Views from Carthorpe

Properties of the Week in the Village of Carthorpe

Where is Carthorpe?

Carthorpe is a village in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire and is conveniently located for the nearby market towns of #Bedale, #Masham, #Thirsk and the city of #Ripon. For commuting, there is easy access for the A1 North and South.

A bit about the village:

Carthorpe is a pretty village with a mixture of both period and more modern properties including some new-build homes and it benefits from

Fox & Hounds, Carthorpe public house. Whilst not open due to Covid Regulations, the village pub is providing a range of Takeaway meals which can be seen on their Facebook page.
The primary age children of the village can walk or take a bus to the next village of Burneston to access Burneston CA (VA) Primary School – http://burneston.n-yorks.sch.uk/ For the older children Bedale High School is only 4 miles away – https://bedalehighschool.org.uk/
For produce there is Carthorpe House Farm – http://carthorpefarm.com/ which sells a small range of hand reared meats and at Christmas time, trees and wreaths too.

We have 3 properties available For Sale in the village …

Field House – A spacious 5 bedroom home benefitting from both Ground Floor and First Floor bedroom accommodation and having stunning countryside views to the rear – https://www.onthemarket.com/details/9423689/
Field House in Carthorpe
New-build homes …
1 and 2 The Paddocks – A 5 bedroom and a 4 bedroom family home both having far reaching countryside views to the rear https://www.onthemarket.com/details/8887663/  https://www.onthemarket.com/details/9036083/  
For further enquiries or to arrange a viewing, please contact our Ripon Office on 01765 694800.

Remember, always get a survey!

Remember…always get a survey!  Hidden defects such as dry or wet rot, structural movement or dampness are some of the common defects our team often find. These can often get worse over time if left untreated and could be an expensive problem to fix once you have moved in.

We can highlight specific defects that may not be immediately obvious when you have initially viewed your dream property. No two properties are the same, and the knowledge and experience of our surveyors can help to identify issues and provide you with the whole picture before making that commitment.

Here are a couple of recent photos of retrofitted damp treatment that could be doing more harm than good. These are quite obvious to the naked eye, however we helped identify future issues, make recommendations for action and provide the buyers with confidence of the complete picture of the property they were buying.

Traditional properties often don’t like modern interventions. Like the pictures shown, these often mask a symptom rather than diagnose the cause. All homes are subject to some defects during their lifespan, so before making that investment. Remember, always get a survey.

Contact us to discuss the property you are purchasing and we will discuss the right survey for you.

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