A courtyard of traditional farm buildings with scope for residential or amenity use, subject to planning permission, has come to market near Malton for offers over £500,000.

The buildings and yard have historically been utilised for agricultural storage on the edge of Westow which lies between the Howardian Hills AONB and the Yorkshire Wolds

John Coleman, head of country house and farm sales at GSC Grays said: “Manor Farm is in the heart of rural North Yorkshire and the farm buildings are currently used for agricultural storage purposes and are centred around an attractive traditional stone range. Modern farm buildings have been added in later years to enhance the functionality of the farm.”

The buildings are situated on a substantial hardcore yard with excellent road frontage access, occupying a site that extends in total to approximately 1.40 acres (0.57 ha). The traditional buildings are arranged in a courtyard configuration, with accommodation provided over a combination of single and double stories.

The buildings are stone with traditional pantile roofs, extending approximately 6089 sq ft (GIA) and require a degree of reinstatement works. The steel-portal framed buildings include purpose-built grain and machinery stores, extending to approximately 11,884 sq ft (GIA).

Manor Farm buildings are currently on the market with GSC Grays Boroughbridge office with a guide price of offers over £500,000. Tel: 01423 590500 www.gscgrays.co.uk