A six-bedroom equestrian property with its own stables, paddock and bespoke bar has hit the market for offers over £1.25m.

Thornton Bridge Farm, between the villages of Thornton and Seamer near Yarm, boasts a substantial 100ft x 30ft general-purpose outbuilding with internal stable bays and storage with another three brick-built stables fronting the main hardstand.

The building offers additional covered vehicle storage and space for farm machinery to maintain the grounds and paddocks with a concrete space suitable for large vehicles.

John Coleman, head of country house sales at GSC Grays, who are marketing the house, said: “This really is an impressive equestrian property with a range of stabling and three paddocks that are fenced and back onto farmland.

"Two of the paddocks benefit from timber field shelters while the owners currently have a stock of Alpacas which may be available to stay by separate negotiation.”

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The detached family home is set on approximately 5.8 acres and offers a kitchen garden.

The house features six bedrooms and four large reception rooms.

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To make the most of the views over the lawn and fields beyond, the kitchen and breakfast room can be opened up to the rear garden via large sliding glass doors.

One of the six bedrooms is on the ground floor along with a spacious study.

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Considerable effort has gone into creating the hand-built bar with authentic banquette seating, beer pumps and stylish granite worktops.

The area could work equally well as a gym or a large hobby or music room.

Thornton Bridge Farm Manor is currently on the market with GSC Grays Richmond office with a guide price of £1,250,000.