This individual detached countryside farmhouse provides a combination of spacious modern accommodation in the main house, set in land of over 5 acres plus various outbuildings including a Howdenshire Barn, up to 23 stables, formal garden, paddocks and is ideal for a buyer with an Equestrian interest. Viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate what is on offer here. The house itself provides modern accommodation briefly comprising a lovely living room with feature stone wall and multi fuel stove, conservatory, dining room, study, cloaks/WC and the heart of the house is a breakfast kitchen with modern units and appliances. The entrance hall also has the added attraction of a feature illuminated well. Upstairs are four double bedrooms two of which are served by modern ensuites and there is a separate house bathroom. The accommodation has the benefit of uPVC triple glazing and oil fired central heating. Outside there is a walled courtyard allowing for ample parking and turning area for trailer/horse boxes etc. A Howdenshire Barn extends to one side of the courtyard. There are 12 original brick built stables some with open bay garaging and a separate gated access leads to paddocks and fields where there are 11 further purpose built stables which have a power and light supply installed. Directly to the south and west of the property lies the formal lawned garden which enjoys views across the adjoining countryside.
Location - Common Lane is situated to the southern outskirts of North Cave village and indeed lies to the south of the A63 close to the village of Newport. The village of North Cave itself lies approximately 15 miles to the west of Hull and only 11 miles from the historic town of Beverley. The village has a good variety of local amenities, Junior School, recreational field and is ideally placed for many lovely walks and cycle trails. Immediate access is available for the A63 close to the junction with the M62 motorway thus providing easy access towards Hull to the east or the national motorway network to the west. A mainline railway station is located in the nearby village of Brough which is approximately 6 miles away.