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17006

A luxury detached five-bedroom
eco-friendly family home located on
the fringes of a sought-after village,
enjoying far-reaching views over open
farmland towards Harrogate.

Pannal and mainline station 2.4 miles (London
Kings Cross 2 hours 49 minutes), Harrogate 4.2
miles, A1(M) (Jct. 45) 8.1 miles, Leeds Bradford
International Airport 11.5 miles, Leeds 15.2 miles

Reception hall | Living room | Open plan Kitchen/family/
dining room | Utility room | Cloakroom
Principal bedroom with dressing area and
en-suite bathroom | 2 Additional bedrooms
with dressing areas and en-suites | 2 Further
bedrooms | Family bathroom | Double garage
Garden
EPC rating B
The property
Converted in 2017 from a redundant former
grain store, Church Farm is an attractive
architect-designed, steel-framed and part
cedar-boarded country home. Winner of the
Yorkshire Residential Property Awards in 2017
and a finalist in the Northern Design Award this
property provides a stunning contemporary
family and entertaining space. Featuring large
picture windows to maximise the property’s
impressive views and retaining character
features including a part-exposed steel frame, as
reference to the property’s origins.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a
welcoming reception hall and the main ground
floor rooms benefit from electronically operated
curtains and blinds. The large triple aspect living
room has full-height glazing, feature fireplace,
and patio doors leading to the garden and
terrace. The kitchen offers a range of bespoke
Interiors of Harrogate contemporary wall and
base units, including a large central island with
breakfast bar and modern integrated appliances.
Flanked on each side is the spacious dual
aspect family and dining areas which creates an
extensive open plan kitchen/family/dining room.
Completing the ground floor is a separate fitted
utility room with doors to the garden and to the
integral double garage.
A cantilevered feature staircase rises from
the reception hall to the galleried woodenfloored landing. The large principal bedroom
features full-height glazing, fitted dressing area
and contemporary en-suite bathroom with
freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower.
Two additional double bedrooms both include
fitted dressing areas and modern en-suite
facilities. Lastly there are two further well proportioned double bedrooms, one with Jack
and Jill access to a modern family bathroom.
Outside
The property is approached over a sweeping
tarmacadam driveway through twin wooden
security gates. The spacious block-paved
parking area gives access to the integral double
garage and is screened by mature trees and
hedging. The garden surrounding the property
is laid mainly to level lawn and features two
large decked terraces, ideal for entertaining and
al fresco dining. The whole enjoying sweeping
views over open farmland towards Harrogate.
Location
Located to the favoured south side of Harrogate,
the sought-after village of Follifoot has a good
range of day-to-day amenities including a
village store, Post Office, church, two public
houses, popular primary school, popular
children’s play area and cricket club.
The spa town of Harrogate is popular as a base
from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales.
There are plenty of shopping facilities including
a shopping centre, arcade and a wide range
of independent retailers as well as the larger
supermarkets with Sainsbury’s and Fodder a
short drive from the property.
The world-renowned Bettys Café Tea Room
opposite the Stray is a wonderful relaxed
setting for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and
evening meals. Offering one of the best spots
from which to enjoy the beauty of the town’s
surroundings.
The area offers a wide range of sporting clubs
including cricket, tennis, rugby, football, squash,
five golf courses and Follifoot Riding Stables all
within a short drive of the property.
The nearby A1(M) ensures easy access to both
the north and south of the country, as do the
excellent links from Pannal and Harrogate train
stations.
The area provides a good selection of state
schooling including Follifoot C of E Primary
School, St. John Fisher Catholic High School
(rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and St. Aidan’s
C of E High School together with Harrogate
Grammar School. There is also a wide range of
noted independent schools including Ashville
College, Harrogate Ladies’ College, Brackenfield,
Gateways, The Grammar School at Leeds,
Belmont Grosvenor and Queen Ethelburga’s
College.
Directions
From Harrogate at the Prince of Wales
Roundabout take the exit onto Leeds Road
(A61). Follow this road for 2.1 miles then turn left
onto Follifoot Road. Continue onto Pannal Road
then turn right to stay on Pannal Road. Turn left
onto John Metcalf Way (A658) then turn right
onto Pannal Road. Continue onto Plompton
Road and after 0.1 mile Church Farm can be
found on the right-hand side
General
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
01423 500 600
Services: Mains electricity and water, private
drainage with a sewage treatment plant. Ground
source heat pump central heating and high
levels of insulation.
Council Tax: Band H