Two homes in the scenic hillside village of Glaisdale

Rake Farm, Glaisdale, �995,000, www.jackson-stops.co.uk
Rake Farm, Glaisdale, �995,000, www.jackson-stops.co.uk
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Rake Farm, Glaisdale

Price: £925,000

Contact: Jackson Stops and Staff, York, tel: 01904 625033, www.jackson-stops.co.uk

This attractive Grade II listed farmhouse comes with an extensive range of outbuildings and has land stretching to approximately 52 acres. The property also has fishing rights on the river Esk. The farmhouse is located in a secluded position with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside and beyond over the North York Moors National Park.

Christmas Cottage, Glaisdale, �295,000, www.jackson-stops.co.uk

Christmas Cottage, Glaisdale, �295,000, www.jackson-stops.co.uk

Inside, it has a central hall, sitting room, dining room, side hall with cloakroom and pantry off, dining kitchen, utility room, office. There are three first floor bedrooms and a large 42ft long fourth bedroom on the second floor, bathroom.

Outside, there is a walled garden to the front of the house with two ponds and a courtyard to the side. There is a useful range of traditional stone outbuildings with potential, a detached stone field barn and three quarters of a mile of river frontage to the river Esk with fishing rights.

*Glaisdale is a pretty village in the North York Moors National Park. It is 10 miles from Whitby and half an hour from Pickering. The village has a pub and a shop and is on the waymarked 37-mile Esk Valley Walk, which runs from the River Esk’s high moorland source to the coast at Whitby. Glaisdale station, a mile from the village, is on the the Esk Valley railway line, which runs from Whitby to Middlesbrough. Peter Walker was born in Glaisdale and spent his childhood in the village. He’s better known as Nicholas Rhea, author of the ‘Constable’ series of books, which inspired the long-running “Heartbeat” TV series, filmed in nearby Goathland.

Christmas Cottage, Glaisdale

Price: £295,000

Contact: Jackson Stops and Staff, York, tel: 01904 625033, www.jackson-stops.co.uk

This charming detached cottage enjoys a central position in this much sought-after village and comes with stunning views over the Esk Valley. The property has brought significant interest from would-be buyers thanks to its spectacular position, its outlook and its chocolate box good looks.

The ground floor comprises of a large sitting/dining room and a breakfast kitchen. There are two first floor double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, there is a private and sheltered garden area.