Versatile country living with fine views
Potsgrove Hill Farm commands a wonderful rural setting in an elevated position with far reaching views over open countryside.
The property is believed to date back to the late 17th Century and being Grade II listed offers a wealth of period features including open fire places, exposed timbers, window seats and internal pine doors.
In more recent times the house has been extensively modernised and extended, particularly the kitchen and breakfast room, drawing room, study and principal bedroom suite with spacious en suite bath/shower room and steam room.
The 17th Century architecture has created a property of lovely proportions particularly reception rooms which offer generous ceiling heights, all creating a sense of space and light.
Attention has been paid to the installation of good quality, modern fixtures and fittings, particularly the kitchen and bathrooms. Attention has also been paid to the installation of a good quality bathroom, tiling and bathroom furniture.
Bespoke traditional farmhouse kitchen including electric Aga and integrated appliances.
The property is approached over a private drive that leads to both the front and rear of the property. The front drive leads through a former threshing barn into a central courtyard surrounded by a range of traditional farm buildings laid out in the shape of a C and provide stabling, storage and potential for conversion to a number of alternative uses, subject to the relevant consents. Planning permission has been granted (2009) for the conversion of courtyard outbuildings and, subsequent to this consent, works were commenced in part for the creation of ancillary accommodation, leaving any incoming purchaser the opportunity to complete the leisure and pool complex (planning ref: CB/09/05850)
To the northern side of the courtyard is a useful and well-presented guest cottage with four bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en suite), sitting room and kitchen. This would be ideal for dependant relatives, visiting guests, staff or income stream. Adjoining is a studio/store that would make a useful home office and scope to install a shower room/kitchenette, all subject to the relevant consents.
The rear drive also takes you to the cottage and the rear of the house. To the north there is an area of paddock grazing.
The property enjoys extensive gardens, currently laid to lawn, a cobbled entertaining area, kitchen garden, orchard and natural ponds.
In all the property extends to approximately 6.2 acres.
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This has a fantastic rural setting, plenty of accommodation, a separate cottage and amazing outbuildings with scope.Nick Rudge