A handsome period former farm house in need of renovation.
Built between 1772 and 1796, Alveston Hill Farm House is a handsome Grade II listed red brick property in the Georgian style with accommodation over three floors. The property retains external and internal period features and is considered a good example of an enclosure farmstead of the late C18.' Far reaching rural views can be enjoyed in all directions.
The property has been vacant for some time and now requires a substantial programme of repair, refurbishment and modernisation. Scope exists to remodel the existing layout to suit the needs of modern life (subject to the usual consents).
A very attractive front door leads into a good sized reception hall providing access to the principal reception rooms. There is a generously sized kitchen and a utility. Steps lead up to a shower room.
An elegant staircase leads from the reception hall to a good sized first floor landing providing access to four double bedrooms and a bathroom. Four attic bedrooms lie on the second floor. There is a useful cellar which is accessed from the reception hall.
The gardens lie to the front of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with shrubs and specimen trees.
To the rear of the property lies the disused farmyard and a range of former agricultural barns which are available by separate negotiation.
To the front is a level paddock which is also available by separate negotiation.
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I love this house - it is so gracious and presents an increasingly rare opportunity to bring a wonderful house back to life.David Henderson