Kilburn, York (Ref10438297)
- Ref: 10438297
- Type: Land
- Availability: Sold STC
STYLE – 9.25 Acres Overlooking The White Horse
HIGHLIGHTS – Attention Equestrians!
FOUR WORDS – “Little Piece of Magic!”
A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a “Little piece of magic” in the highly desirable village of Kilburn. With stunning views of The White Horse this land hasn’t come up for public sale for nearly 30 years and is perfect for equestrians.
The grazing land is divided into two separate fields enclosed with rail fencing and a gated access from the yard. There is also two smaller paddocks and a generous sized super agricultural building with electric roller door and separate door to the rear.
The floor is concreted and there is electric. Adjacent to this are three stables, hay barn and two open stores with central hard standing area.
Electricity, Mains Water.
Emsley Mavor are selling Dolittle Cottage which is nearby
Entering the village from Coxwold, there is lane to the left which leads to a private gate, this can be identified by the For-Sale Board.
Local Life in Kilburn
Set beneath The North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Kilburn is a quintessential pretty English village. Kilburn is famous for The White Horse, at 318 feet long and 220 feet tall, it is largest and most northerly white horse hill figure in the UK! You can take a walk through Kilburn woods past the White Horse and on to the top of Sutton Bank, for breathtaking panoramic views.
The Fauconberg Arms is in the nearby village of Coxwold and serves delicious food & also has a handy shop. The White Horse is not Kilburn’s only claim to fame of course, for the village was also once home to master wood carver Robert Thompson. Born in 1876, he was renowned for his prowess in carving English oak and put his skills to crafting items of furniture based on 17th century English styles - and from 1919 his trademark mouse symbol became an identifiable signature of his work. However, today you can go to the Mousemans Visitor shop and café.
Local amenities can be found in the nearby market towns of Thirsk and Easingwold. Emsley Mavor thinks it’s a wonderful place to live!