For many years North Farm has been an active Diary Farm, producing high quality milk in a very traditional way. As a working farm, it is exceptionally clean and tidy a credit to the vendors.
The farmhouse is a traditional long house with extensive accommodation extending to 3 Reception rooms, kitchen, pantry and utility, 5 bedrooms and two bathrooms. It could easily be split to accommodate dependent relatives.
The home is well set back from the road with well-maintained gardens.
The yard and farm buildings are situated to the rear of the farmhouse and benefit from a separate access to the southern edge of the village.
The buildings are a mixture of modern and traditional buildings, currently used for dairy production.
The farmland is situated behind the steading and to the south it is largely grassland, well fenced and watered, with one arable field extending to 16.72a (6.77Ha) which is part of Lot 2.
Lots 2 and 3 are separated by a minor, single track road, to Nether Silton.
North Farm enjoys an almost perfect location, situate at the northern edge of the village, with no through road traffic, yet only 11/2 miles from the A19 Dual Carriageway.
The Market towns of Thirsk, Northallerton and Stokesley are all within 15 minutes, with the major destinations of York, Harrogate and Teesside just over 30 minutes away.
The farm lies in a hung valley and is largely south facing.