WHILE, by their very nature, most barn conversions offer the chance to live the rural dream with views over wide open spaces, Park House can go one better thanks to its truly idyllic setting within the grounds of Hornby Castle Deer Park.

Once a traditional barn, grade II listed Park House has been converted to an extremely high standard, combining features such as exposed timber ceiling beams, traditional radiators and timber panel latch doors with spacious, well-appointed rooms, a contemporary feel and an open-plan kitchen/breakfast room which is at the heart of family life.

Briefly, the accommodation comprises a ground floor entrance hall, living room that opens to a private paved outdoor patio seating area, formal dining room with a window seat, cloakroom, and utility room with an integral door to a large double garage with central heating and a mezzanine storage area.

One of the highlights of this property is its open-plan sociable kitchen breakfast room with fitted units with granite worktops, a central island with breakfast bar, display cupboards and plate racks and windows, with window seats, which offer superb views over the nearby paddock land the surrounding countryside beyond.

Upstairs are the family bathroom with timber panelled walls, a heritage suite and a free-standing roll top, claw and paw foot bath, plus four double bedrooms, including the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Park House has a private south-facing garden, laid mainly to lawn, with a patio seating area.

Park House is on the market at a guide price of £485,000.

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact the Northallerton office of Nick & Gordon Carver Residential on 01609 777710.