Take a look inside this £760,000 home built around a 14th century medieval oak frame for sale near Scarborough

Fancy living in a piece of history?

Tuesday, 7th January 2020, 1:01 pm
Updated Tuesday, 7th January 2020, 1:02 pm
The oak beams can be seen in the ceiling of the well proportioned dining room which features a cast iron fire.

If you have a spare £760,000 to spare, this grand five bedroom home currently on the market near Scarborough could be just the ticket. Located in Allerston, the historic property is built around a 14th century medieval oak cruck frame, and sits within 2.6 acres of grounds including landscaped gardens, a paddock area, stable blocks and barns. Take a look inside to see what £760,000 could buy you.

The property in Allerston. Picture: Rightmove
A spacious sitting room with carpet flooring and the exposed beamed ceiling, complete with log burner to keep cosy on winter nights.

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A room fitted with wall and base units with tiled worktops, an integrated Aga with a feature brick surround and original beams.
The hallway features Yorkshire stone flooring and exposed beams. Door leading to the outside garden.
A large room with a rear aspect window, a perfect quiet work space.
Beautiful features such as the cast iron fire and wooden panelled wall can be seen.
One of the five bedrooms, a large double room with space for a range of furniture and feature doors.
One of the propertys three bathrooms fitted in a modern style.
Another of the five bedrooms with plenty of light from the windows.
A third sunny bedroom complete with cast iron fireplace.
A beautiful conservatory area looking out to the grounds, the perfect spot to while away a few summer hours.
A separate stable block is part of the grounds.
A view of some of the extensive gardens.
A paved patio area to the rear of the property.
More of the outdoor space which includes a stable block, barns, garden and paddock.