Unique period home with cottage set in four acres of gardens and grounds.
Queen Anne Farm is a unique period property with 15th century origins and a substantial detached four bedroom cottage, set in approximately four acres of gardens and grounds. The property offers an exciting opportunity for a new owner to modernise and update this much loved family home which has been in the same ownership for nearly 47 years. There are a number of retained features such as original timber beams and fireplaces and exciting scope to further enhance and update this exceptional home.
Downstairs accommodation comprises six well-proportioned reception rooms, versatile in their use, with the added benefit of an integral annexe, if required, with a kitchenette and a shower room. Queen Anne Farm's flexible accommodation lends itself to multi-generational living. The drawing room is a memorable space with impressive proportions, whilst the property also benefits from two orangeries and a garden room.
The principal bedroom with two dressing areas can be found on the first floor, along with three further double bedrooms across the landing and two family bathrooms. On the second floor are two significant eaves storage spaces with the potential to be converted, subject to the necessary planning permission.
Of note is the detached four bedroom annexe positioned to the front of the main house with accommodation extending over 1900 sq ft. The Cottage has recently been modernised with a new kitchen. Accommodation comprises four bedrooms (one en suite), three reception rooms, a kitchen, utility room and a bathroom.
Outside, there are large formal gardens extending from the rear which leads to a connected paddock space. The plot in total measures 4.12 acres.
The property is accessed via a gated entrance leading to the private courtyard situated to the front of the property, where there is ample parking for multiple vehicles, two car ports and a store.
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The level of grandeur, in this abundance of space, is truly a sight to behold. It's a personal favourite feature of mine.Matthew Addison SmithProperty agent