An 18th century Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse nestled on Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire borders with extensive gardens and paddock of about 2.37 acres
On the market for the first time in forty-five years, Hrempis Farm is a family home updated to an exacting standard. The house exudes character, with beamed ceilings, open fires and an eclectic mix of period features.
Enjoying an elevated setting amongst approximately 2.37 acres of gardens and grounds with the backdrop of mature trees and paddock land. A handsome three storey, seven/eight bedroom Georgian property with oil fired central heating, garaging, stable block and open views to rear.
Ground floor - Front entrance door opening through to:
Reception hall, flagstone flooring, window to the rear, stairs to the first floor, feature fireplace surround with inset working fire, access to cellars and doors leading off to:
Sitting room, a delightful dual aspect room with windows to both front and rear, wooden flooring, feature marble fireplace surround with inset working fireplace.
Dining room, windows to both the front and side with working shutters, wooden flooring, exposed beams, two feature display cabinets and feature stone fireplace surround with working fire.
Downstairs cloaks, WC, vanity unit, incorporating wash hand basin and window to the side.
Dining kitchen, base and wall units, granite work surfaces, quarry tiled floor, twin Belfast style sink units, waste disposal, Aga, two ring induction hob, electric oven, two windows to the side, plumbing for dishwasher, exposed beams and access to walk-in pantry and utility room.
Music room/home office, French doors opening through to the conservatory, tiled flooring and access to the snug/family area.
Snug, tiled flooring, wall light points, tiled floor, window to the front and inset log burner.
Conservatory, flagstone flooring, dwarf wall, glazing to all elevations, glazed roof and French door to the rear elevation.
Snooker/billiard room, vaulted ceiling, wooden flooring, windows to both the side and rear.
First floor - Bedroom one, dual aspect room with windows to both the front and rear, wooden floor, exposed beams, feature fireplace surround with cast-iron inset and access leading out onto the balcony with views over the grounds.
Bedroom two, windows to both the front and side and built in wardrobes.
Jack and Jill bathroom, twin pedestal wash hand basins, cast-iron bath, WC, tiled floor, exposed beams and two windows to the side.
Bedroom three, exposed beams, window to the side and built-in wardrobes.
Shower room, pedestal, wash hand basin, WC, shower cubicle with with plumbed shower unit, towel radiator, tiled floor and window to the front.
Bedroom 4/suite, window to the rear, opening through to: sitting room/dressing room with windows to the front and rear and feature fireplace surround.
Bedroom five, windows to the side and rear and built in wardrobes.
Second floor - Bedroom six, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, windows to the side and rear elevations.
Bathroom, panel bath with shower screen, plumbed shower unit, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, window to the side, tiled floor and towel radiator.
Study/library/bedroom, window to the side, extensive built in shelving, exposed beams and feature fireplace surround with cast-iron inset.
Bedroom seven, exposed beams, window to the side, built-in wardrobes, feature fireplace surround and access to the roof.
Store room / box room
Outside - To the front, boundary wall, area laid to lawn, flower borders, pathway to front entrance and twin driveways giving access to the rear of the property.
Driveway providing car standing for numerous vehicles giving access to the detached double garage.
To the rear, patio area, log store, variety of mature trees and shrubs, formal lawns, well-stocked flower borders and vegetable plot area. A detached stable block with three stables and a detached summer house. In addition to the formal gardens, there is a paddock with the grounds totalling in the region of 2.37 acres.
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When I first visited Hrempis Farm it really felt like a home, although certainly grand the rooms felt comfortable and warm. I love the feeling of history as soon as you venture up the pathway.Ian MarriottProperty agent