Oxley House is very conveniently situated close to the Centre of the popular and thriving market town of Middleham. It is also within easy reach of the busy market towns of Leyburn, Bedale and Richmond and within reasonable commuting distance of Teesside, York and Leeds. Middleham has historical significance due to the location of Middleham Castle which was once known as “The Windsor of the North” during the reign of King Richard III. The Castle occupies an historic hill site in Middleham, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book, when it was known as “Medelai”. It is also in close proximity to a number of well-known Horse Training Yards.
Oxley House comprises a very attractive three storey town house with three double bedrooms. It offers excellent accommodation which benefits from solid fuel central heating and many period features have been retained throughout.
The property has a delightful secluded garden with two most useful stores. It has views across open countryside from the first and second floors.
To the rear of the property there is a delightfully secluded garden which is mainly laid to lawn. There is a large shed with light and power.