An impressive Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse in gardens and grounds of about 15.95 acres.
The property is a substantial family house of approximately 5000 sq ft arranged predominantly over two floors. The house is approached into a large and welcoming reception hall, the central staircase leading to the first floor and flagstone flooring. The reception hall provides access to a number of the principal reception rooms including the dining room, sitting room, drawing room and study. The drawing room is accessed via a rear lobby. The room is an exceptional size measuring 27' 2 x 22' 8, with two sets of double doors leading to outside, part-timbered walls and an open fireplace with wood burner. The sitting room and dining room are both excellent rooms, each with an inglenook fireplace and timbered ceilings. There is an excellent study and a rear lobby provides access to the garden next to the ground floor cloakroom. Beyond the dining room is a superb kitchen/breakfast room with fitted Aga and ceramic flooring, this opens up into a delightful breakfast room. Beyond this is a well-fitted and substantial utility room with access to outside. On the first floor, the principal bedroom suite overlooks the property's extensive grounds and has a large fitted shower room. There are five further bedrooms, one with adjoining bathroom, one with an adjoining shower room and a separate family bathroom.
The property is approached over a gravel driveway leading through timber gates and on to the Coach House and central parking area in front of the property. The Coach Houses are extremely useful, two set out as garages with loft storage above and a separate studio with first floor storage space. The studio and indeed the entire Coach House could be converted, subject to the necessary planning consents, to further additional annexed accommodation to the main house.
Gardens and Grounds
The gardens and grounds extend to in all about 15.95 acres, there is a formal garden to the south-west of the property leading out onto a delightful paddock beyond. To the north-east of the property is a further area of paddock that runs up to the road and then beyond gates, the main tranche of land for the property extends to about 9.94 acres, areas of meadows and woodland providing excellent amenity space and a wonderful outlook from the property.
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A substantial period family house standing within grounds of approaching 16 acres.Steven Moore