- Situated in the Yorkshire Wolds only 8.4 miles from the coast
- Regular trains from Nafferton to Sheffield and Doncaster with connections to London
- Stunning six bedroom house with self contained flat & planning for two bed bungalow
- Plenty of garaging including a barn with tack room
- Open views over paddocks and farmland
- EPC Rating = D
Kilham Church of England Voluntary Controlled School (1.4mi.)
Nafferton Primary School (2.0mi.)
Burton Agnes Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School (2.5mi.)
Exceptional country house within a peaceful setting on the edge of a village with open farmland on three sides.
Ruston Parva is a rural village only 8.4 miles from the coastal town of Bridlington, a fishing port and Victorian resort. Just off the A614 this pleasant little village sits quietly in the hillside with a number of houses both old and new, and farms with their associated buildings.
Within the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, there is an extensive network of walking and cycling routes and access to the beaches, historic York (33 miles) and Beverley (18 miles).
Kilham is the nearest village, 1.5 miles away with two pubs, a primary school, butchers, post office and village store.
Nafferton (2 miles) has a number of facilities including a newsagents, village shop, three public houses, a primary school, and train station which offers regular services between Scarborough and Sheffield.
There are further, more extensive amenities in Driffield (4 miles) including independent shops and supermarkets.
Please note all distances are approximate.
West End Farm is a significant property, and lies at the edge of the village with open farmland on three sides.
The property has been lovingly designed and finished by the current owners.
The house is approached via electric wrought iron gates, along a lit driveway leading to the rear of the main house where there is a paved courtyard, water fountain and three bay car port.
There is a wonderful handmade kitchen, which has double doors into the dining room with views over the front garden and paddocks. There are Pippy Oak units, marble work services and extensive integrated appliances including a steam oven, coffee maker and double “drawer” dishwasher.
A magnificent day room and hallway is situated in the centre of the house with oak framed timber windows and French doors leading on to the terrace. The morning room is equally impressive with a brick Inglenook fireplace and multi fuel stove. In addition there is a generous sitting room.
To the first floor there is a Library area with exposed beams and a Faber gas fire, the master bedroom with en suite, five further bedrooms, two en suite, and a house bathroom.
The house benefits from Faber living flame LPG built in fires, under floor heating to the ground floor and a wet radiator system to the first floor.
To the rear of the house there is additional accommodation currently used as a cinema room, office, gym and workshop, as well as a three bay garage.
The Granary is situated to the west of the main house, and provides further secure garaging and a comfortable one bedroom apartment with an open plan kitchen and living room with a log burner. Attached to The Granary are four further stables/kennels.
There is a general purpose building with tack room, feed store and WC.
In addition, there is planning permission for a two bedroom bungalow to be built to the right of the main house.
The land extends to about 24.2 acres.
Please Note: There is an agricultural right of way for the neighbouring farm across the land.
Square Footage: 4981 sq ft
Acreage: 24.29 Acres
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