The original configuration of the site was for an established butchers business with excellent owners accommodation, gardens and a range of ancillary outbuildings which were formally used as an abattoir.
Full planning consent was granted by North York Moors National Park in October 2018 for the alterations and
extension to and subdivision of existing dwelling to create a 2 bedroom terraced property.
Currently tenanted (vacant possession can be provided on completion), this house has the potential to be transformed into a wonderful family home. Currently comprising; entrance porch leading to the living room, kitchen/diner and stairs to the first floor where four bedrooms, a study, bathroom and separate WC are located. To the rear of the property is a reasonable sized garden. The planned conversion is granted on the existing
dwellings and the demolishment of the outbuildings and
re-erection of a 3 bedroom detached property.
HOUSE 1 - Park Cottage
The mid terrace brick built
cottage to comprise:
Entrance porch and hallway
Thornton-le-Dale was named Yorkshire's Prettiest Village and remains popular with tourists. Such visitors fuel the economy, with many visiting the very quaint village with its ancient market cross, stocks on the small village green and small stream. There are several cafés and pubs, as well as a seasonal tea room and many shops. Nearby, Dalby Forest offers paths for walking, cycling and nature-watching. The Information Point can provide visitors with a pamphlet providing specifics as to other walks from the village, including one to the tiny hamlet of Ellerburn. Another attraction, Go Ape Dalby, provides zip lining opportunities in the Dalby Forest. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway in nearby Pickering offers rides on a steam or heritage diesel train on one of the historic lines in the area and the Beck Isle Museum features displays of historic sets and objects. Stage Three of the Tour de Yorkshire in May 2018 started in Richmond and finished in Scarborough going through Thornton-Le-Dale.