Situated in the middle of open
countryside at the end of a
no-through private lane, this
lovely Yorkshire farmhouse sits
in a secluded and peaceful
location, yet is close to the
popular and picturesque market
town of Wetherby. The property
enjoys a unique setting, with
wonderful open views over the
surrounding countryside, whilst
being within easy reach of local
amenities and transport links.
Millfield Farm is a traditional
farmhouse enjoying generously
over two floors measuring in
excess of 3,000 sq.ft. The
current layout has been
specifically designed to cater for
multi-generational use with
separate self-contained living
spaces, but could easily be
modified to create one
substantial family home.
The ground floor of the main
dwelling caters well for a
family, with a formal drawing
room with log burner and
separate light and spacious
family room. The open plan
breakfast kitchen and dining
hall is at the heart of this
lovely home and boasts an
extensive range of bespoke
wall and base units with
granite work surfaces and
central island. Integrated
appliances include a
and fridge/freezer. There is a
Belfast sink and Aga. Further
accommodation to the
ground floor is a fully fitted
utility room and separate
The superb proportions and excellent flow of rooms continues to the first floor, where the
design and layout allows for flexible bedroom accommodation, ideally suited to family life.
The first floor comprises a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further double
bedrooms and a house bathroom. Wonderful views over the gardens and grounds can be
enjoyed from all of the bedrooms.
The living accommodation of the annexe is on the ground floor and comprises an entrance
porch, dining kitchen with range of base and wall units, sitting room, three bedrooms, two
of which are interconnecting, family bathroom and separate cloakroom.
The mature and established gardens and grounds complement the house perfectly, with generous wrap around
gardens mainly laid to lawn interspersed with herbaceous borders and delightful seating areas all bounded by
mature shrubs and trees. Attached to the property is a large integrated triple garage which could, with the
necessary planning consents, be incorporated into the main dwelling.
Millfield Farm is ideally suited for those requiring significant equestrian facilities. A pathway from the main garden
leads to the stable yard with ten large loose boxes, feed room and tack room with electricity and water connected.
There is ample hard standing for several vehicles. There is a purpose built all weather manège measuring
approximately 20m x 40m and a separate horse walker. The fenced and railed level paddock land lies beyond,
opening up the stunning far reaching views. There is a further stone built stable block housing two stables.
The overall acreage is approximately 9.8 acres (3.96 hectares). There are numerous grass paddocks, predominantly
flat, with a mix of post and rail and border hedge fencing. The land has water available.
The property is discreetly situated at the end of a long private
country lane on the edge of the popular and historic village of
Tockwith, enjoying a thriving community and boasting an
excellent range of amenities including a post office, village
shop, two public houses, sports club and primary school.
Nearby is the ancient and picturesque village of Bilton-in-Ainsty.
This archetypal English village was historically associated with
agriculture but is now made up predominantly of private
dwellings set behind wide grass verges. The recently renovated
and renamed Tickled Trout is a family-run public house with
origins dating back to the 16th century. St Helen’s is a splendid
medieval church and a particular local landmark.
There is a thriving local community spirit within the
neighbouring villages, offering a range of recreational and
sporting activities and perfect for the equestrian enthusiast,
with surrounding countryside offering a wonderful selection of
walks and riding along a network of footpaths and bridleways.
Millfield Farm is approximately 4 miles (6km) east of Wetherby,
a vibrant market town set on the banks of the River Wharfe
and centred in the Yorkshire triangle of Leeds, York and
Harrogate. This historic town offers an extensive range of
amenities, shops, leisure and sporting facilities and a weekly
market and twice monthly farmers’ market.
There is an excellent range of local primary schools and higher
education at King James’s School, Knaresborough and
Tadcaster Grammar School. The prestigious schools of Queen
Ethelburga’s and St Peter’s are within close proximity.
For the commuter, there is easy access to the regional
commercial centres via the A1(M) national motorway network
and the nearby railway stations of Hammerton and Cattal
provide regular services to mainline stations at York and Leeds.
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