Edith's Farm
Haigh Lane, Doncaster Road, Whitley, Goole, DN14 0JW

Modern family home, useful range of outbuildings, grass paddock
In all approx 7.55 acres

For Sale by Private Treaty
Guide Price: £800,000

The sale of Edith’s Farm provides a great opportunity to purchase a substantial family home complete with a range of outbuildings and a useful grass paddock, the whole property extending to 7.55 acres (3.06 hectares) or thereabouts. The residential property which was completed in 2014 is of stone construction under a concrete interlocking tile roof and has the benefit of an oil fired central heating system, including underfloor heating to part. There is extensive use of oak timber for the doors and bannisters.

Edith’s Farm is situated to the south of the village of Whitley. The town of Doncaster lies approximately ten miles to the south and Junction 34 of the M62 motorway lies approximately two miles to the north, which provides for easy access on to the national motorway network.

The accommodation comprises:-

Ground Floor

  • Front Entrance Hall - with an understairs cupboard.
  • Dining Room
  • Double Bedroom - with fitted wardrobes and an En-suite Wet Room with a shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c. and a heated towel rail.
  • Dining Kitchen - with a range of fitted wall and floor units, a stainless steel sink unit, a built in CDA fridge, dishwasher, electric double oven and electric hob and a tiled floor.
  • Separate WC - part tiled with a low flush w.c. and a vanity wash hand basin.
  • Utility Room- with a range of fitted floor units, a stainless steel sink unit, a built in Hotpoint automatic washing machine, freezer and a CDA fridge.
  • Boiler Room- with a Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and a 250 litre water tank.
  • Integral Double Garage - with an electric roller shutter door.

First Floor
  • Landing
  • Lounge - triple aspect with a feature fireplace which houses a wood burning stove.
  • Study
  • Double Bedroom - with a coombed ceiling, fitted wardrobe, undereave storage cupboards, one radiator and with a En-suite shower room - which is fully tiled with a low flush w.c., wash hand basin and a shower.
  • Bathroom - fully tiled with a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., panel bath and a heated towel rail.

Second Floor
  • Landing - with a coombed ceiling and a Velux window.
  • Double Bedroom- dual aspect with two Velux windows, one radiator and an En-suite shower room - fully tiled with a corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, a low flush w.c. and a heated towel rail.
  • Double Bedroom - dual aspect with two Velux windows and one radiator.

Outside a block paved drive leads to the garage and there are lawned gardens to both the front and rear of the property. There is a well in the rear garden and a separate stone built shed which houses a Titan 2500 litre plastic bunded oil tank for the central heating system.

The farm buildings comprise a range of both traditional and more modern buildings. The traditional buildings surround an open courtyard and comprise:-
1Kennels with Pigeon Loft Over (access to first floor via partially covered external steps)18ft x 16ft (5.49m x 4.88m) of rendered brick construction under a concrete tile roof, with attached stables 38ft x 14ft max (11.58m x 4.27m) of similar construction and adjacent to the;
2Main Barn51ft x 21ft (15.54m x 6.40m) of rendered brick construction under a stone tile roof.
3Open Fronted Machinery
Shed & Store to the southern end
27ft x 18ft (8.23m x 5.49m) of brick construction under a pantile roof.
4Further Open Fronted Stores24ft x 15ft (7.32m x 4.57m) of similar construction to the stables and with a further covered area 25ft x 17ft (7.62m x 5.18m)
5Curved Top Dutch Barn60ft x 30ft (18.29m x 9.14m) of four bay steel frame construction with a corrugated curved sheet roof and with a Lean-to 45ft x 19ft (13.72m x 5.79m) of three bay timber pole construction with a corrugated iron sheet roof and steel box profile sheet cladding to two external sides.
6Nissen Shed37ft x 16ft 6” (11.28m x 5.03m) of curved corrugated iron sheet and brick construction.
7Store18ft 6” x 16ft 6” (5.64m x 5.03m) of brick construction (part rendered) under a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof.

There is a 6.61 acres grass paddock in front of the house and buildings. The field is fenced and has direct access from off Haigh Lane and from the farmstead. The majority of the paddock can be readily seen from within the farmhouse. The land is classified as being Grade 3 on Sheet 103 of the Provisional Agricultural Land Classification Maps of England and Wales as historically published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

The soils are identified by the Soil Survey of England and Wales as being almost entirely from the “Foggathorpe 2” association, with their characteristics described as “slowly permeable stoneless clayey and fine loamy over clayey soils” and as suitable for “cereals and grassland”.

The traditional farm buildings could lend themselves to residential conversion, subject to obtaining planning consent. Any enquiry regarding this potential should be made to the planning department of Selby District Council on 01757 705101.

There are mains water and electric supplies to the property. Drainage is to a private system.

The property is offered for sale freehold with the benefit of vacant possession on completion.

Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents. Interested parties are invited to speak to Andrew Houlden 07970 126303, or contact the office on 01302 714399 to discuss their interest.

2 Doncaster Road • Bawtry • Doncaster • South Yorkshire • DN10 6NF
Tel: (01302) 714399 • Fax: (01302) 719715