High Street, Barmby-On-The-Marsh, Goole


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
(GUIDE PRICE £500,000)


Barmby on the Marsh is a highly desirable area, situated approximately 4 miles west of Howden town centre which has a vibrant selection of independent and supermarket shops, restaurants and café-deli s. There is a primary school in the village, and popular Howden primary and secondary schools are close by with further well renowned schools locally, including Reed Private School and Selby High School. The market town of Howden is a popular destination with commuters given its proximity to the motorway network and railway station with regular direct trains to York and London.

West End Farm was purchased by the present owners in early 2012 as a tired Victorian farmhouse, built in 1864. Since then they have undertaken a comprehensive programme of renovation and refurbishment which has seen the house significantly extended, reconfigured and the entire building refurbished, whilst restoring many original features of the house. In summary the works include, a two storey extension, single storey extension to the rear, new gas central heating system, double glazed windows and the whole ground floor newly plastered throughout.

The present owners have carefully focused on an extensive and sympathetic restoration of the property, having many original features blending the history of the house with modern day living.

The expansive accommodation on the ground floor is particularly adaptable and flows well, combining both family and more formal rooms centred around the attractive original oak staircase creating a real sense of space. The house is complemented by many period features including deep skirting boards, open fireplaces, architrave, coving and high ceilings. There is a superb bespoke handmade kitchen designed and crafted by Northbar Kitchens of Beverley, enjoying black granite worktops.

The property is further enhanced with four spacious double bedrooms including two bath/shower rooms. It s of particular note that the two front bedrooms, one and two, enjoy fabulous uninterrupted views across open countryside to the front.

Of particular note is the single storey extension to the rear which offers excellent accommodation, comprising of a utility room and shower room and complements the main house. There is indefinite planning permission for the conversion of the existing outbuildings to continue from the single storey extension, which could be used as a separate self-contained apartment or additional living space. Detailed plans are available from our Stephensons Selby office or electronically via the East Riding Council Open Access portal site by decision No: 12/04449/PLF.

The house stands parallel to the road, approached from the side to reveal a generous gravelled parking area, enclosed by a high brick wall which provides a great deal of privacy and security. The rear garden extends to approximately 0.7 acres, having predominantly lawned garden and pedestrian access to the River Derwent via a timber framed gateway.

West End Farm is one of the signature properties within the village, and it is not very often that properties of this size and nature with associated land come to the market. As the acting agents, we strongly advise an early inspection at the earliest opportunity.

Tenure Freehold

Services All mains services

Council Tax Selby Council Band - E

EER 63 (D)

Viewings Via Selby Office 01757 706707

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Stephensons - Selby

43 Gowthorpe, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 4HE

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