Elegant edge of village living with stunning views.
Detached Grade II listed house of local stone construction under a pitched Welsh grey slate roof with dormer windows.
Believed to have early 18th century origins with 20th century additions, Greenhill Farm offers a wealth of period features including open fireplaces, exposed timbers, deep window boards, panelled doors, flagstone floors, window seats and leaded lights.
In more recent years the house has been modernised including a bespoke kitchen fitted with handcrafted units, island, Corian work surfaces, four oven Aga, integrated dishwasher and fridge; bathroom fittings and numerous handcrafted fitted furniture including shelving, wardrobes and built-in wine fridge.
Attention to detail and décor throughout. Various improvements include the addition of a bespoke double glazed conservatory with under floor heating, automatic roof lights and blinds, handmade stable doors and low voltage lighting.
There are enclosed level gardens to the front laid to lawn with yew hedge boundaries and garden gate. To the rear the garden has a paved entertaining area and is mainly laid to lawn with part wall and hedge boundaries.
Gravel parking area and integral open two bay garage.
Range of timber outbuildings comprising two loose boxes, hay store, garden store, oil tank store. Power and water connected. Treehouse.
A five-bar timber gate leads from the garden to paddock grazing of about 6.3 acres. Frontage to the Sutton Brook. There is separate farm access (right of way) and public footpath to the north which leads to two further gateways and the paddock grazing beyond. A public footpath crosses the paddock grazing.
In all about seven acres.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
Having lived in the village previously I can't recommend it enough. I've always admired the striking blue windows and the view.Nick Rudge