A rural family home, in about 20 acres, with development opportunity.
Tucked away down a private lane, Stoke Grange Farm offers
an exciting opportunity to a variety of potential purchasers.
The property comprises a spacious family home with various outbuildings, an additional barn with the benefit of planning permission to convert to a second residential dwelling and a large, open sided Dutch barn, all sitting in about 20 acres.
The spacious five bedroom house, offers plenty of scope
for modern family living. The large kitchen/diner is light and
airy with a two door Aga, making it a welcoming family
room. A good sized utility room and separate boot room lead
off the kitchen and have direct access outside. The generously
proportioned sitting room with its wood burning stove and full
height windows leads through to a large family room. Two
downstairs bedrooms, both with en suites, are at the end of
the house and could easily be made into annexe accommodation.
Upstairs, off the galleried landing, are three further bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. The generous master bedroom suite also has a sitting room with lovely views over the garden and land beyond.
Planning has been granted to convert the separate timber
framed barn to a two storey house with approximately
3,000 sq ft of living space. (Planning Application Details
Attached to the main property are a range of wooden outbuildings under a pantiled roof. There are also six open bays for garaging and storage use. To the field behind the unconverted barn is a large open sided Dutch barn.
In all the land extends to approximately 20 acres, mostly
divided into paddocks, but also with an apple, pear and plum
orchard, and a large well established duck pond.
Photographs taken and brochure prepared February 2020.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Services: Mains water and electric are connected. Private drainage. Oil- central heating
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There are not many exciting opportunities left like this. Few homes come with a collection of farm buildings, a truly rural setting and all hidden at the end of a long drive through the fields.Charles Elsmore-Wickens