For sale in Yorkshire: Home in Heartbeat country...with llamas

The llamas in the field attached to the cottage.
The llamas in the field attached to the cottage.
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This beautiful home is on the edge of Goathland, which is best-known as the setting for the hit TV series Heartbeat and for its station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

The location within walking distance of a village well-served with shops and pubs, the spectacular views and proximity to the coast at Whitby were among the main selling points when Gail and Terry Beaumont bought the house.

Cherry Tree Cottage sits on the edge of the village of Goathland with exceptional views.

Cherry Tree Cottage sits on the edge of the village of Goathland with exceptional views.

The sixteen and a half acres of land, which includes five paddocks and eight acfres of woodland, was also vital as the couple have horses and llamas.

The Beaumonts have modernised and redecorated the property and have also gained planning permission for a detached annexe.

They are now selling to move closer to their family but are sad to leave their rural idyll.

The house has a cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen/diner, a sun room, dining room, boot room and utility room. Upstairs, there is a master suite, three double bedrooms and a house bathroom.

The kitchen, which leads to a light and view-filled dining area.

The kitchen, which leads to a light and view-filled dining area.

Outside, there are numerous outbuildings including stables, a workshop, garage, a livestock shelter and an equestrian arena.

Contact: Willow Green, tel: 01653 916600, willowgreenestateagents.co.uk

Cherry Tree Cottage, Goathland

Price: £799,950

The cosy sitting room

The cosy sitting room