Open days for potential buyers to look around centuries-old Ravensthorpe property

Open days for potential buyers to look around centuries-old Ravensthorpe property
Open days for potential buyers to look around centuries-old Ravensthorpe property

This property in High Street, Ravensthorpe, comprises two buildings: a Grade II listed home and commercial two-storey barn.

The detached character house dates back to the 1600s and includes flagstone flooring, a cast-iron log burner to the lounge, stone mullion windows and an oil-fired Aga.

Accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen breakfast room and barrel vaulted cellar/utility.

Pleasure and business

Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom with further development potential (subject to planning permission) to convert the large attic space.

Planning permission has already been granted for a single storey extension to the rear.

The detached barn is also partially Grade II Listed and has commercial use and has two floors comprising workshops, offices, cloakrooms and a kitchen.

There is three phase electricity plus room for large machinery and vehicles to be sheltered.

Outside are gardens and ample off-road parking.


High Street

The Village Agency
01604 624900

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