Idyllic equestrian property with its own 6.5 acre parkland hits the market for £1.5m
An equestrian property with its own parkland has hit the market for £1.25m - with the sellers of the home expecting to get plenty of interest on the enviable address.
Park House, which is based in Azerley, Ripon, provides amazing equestrian buildings with a Lutyens-influenced chalet-style property within private parkland of around 6.5 acres.
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Set in the peaceful surroundings of North Yorkshire, the home is four miles to the west of Ripon.
The area around the property is ideal for hacking and includes many miles of off-road routes.
The nearby stations of Northallerton and Thirsk give direct access to the East Coast mainline providing access for commuters from London to Edinburgh.
Harriet Naish-Bain, Associate Director, GSC Grays, said: "Park House is probably the nicest equestrian property that I've had the pleasure to put to market, with the added bonus of being within catchment for the top performing state school in the North".
The property features include:
Purpose built stable block
Large detached barn
Around 6 acres of parkland
Four bedroom detached residence
Formal gardens and orchard
Garaging and stores
Guide Price - £1,250,000