Enchanting Grade II listed property in an exceptional setting tucked away down a secluded country lane.
Smallbrook Farm is an enchanting Grade II listed property dating back to the early 16th Century, occupying a wonderful quiet position, tucked away down a secluded country lane. The property is excellently presented, with a wealth of character features and includes a fabulous extension which takes full advantage of the beautiful garden view. All of the rooms are of good proportions and the layout works very well for entertaining and modern living.
The property begins with a pretty open gabled porch giving way to a welcoming entrance hall, leading to a pleasant sitting room with a timber floor and open brick fireplace. The extension to the property provides a fabulous space for the family kitchen, created out of an exposed oak frame with pitched and glazed lantern roof with wide bi fold glazed doors on the garden side, taking in the view. There is a contemporary tile floor throughout and a stylish fitted kitchen, designed around an island with breakfast bar seating. The kitchen features granite worktops and fitted appliances including fridge, freezer, dishwasher and wine store and there is a range oven. In addition to the principal living rooms, there is a comfortable snug/tv den, a study. A utility room and guest WC complete the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there is a principal bedroom, three further double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Within the grounds there is a detached double garage which also comprises a one bedroom cottage with a kitchen and shower room. There is also secondary one bedroom annexe with shower room.
The gardens and grounds here are glorious and are the standout feature to the property. Over the years the gardens have been landscaped to provide a stunning outlook for the property with an elevated terrace and a mixture of formal garden, expanses of lawn, wild and woodland areas. The beautiful terrace, with York stone paving is accessible directly from the family kitchen, boasting a prominent position enjoying the garden view, perfect for alfresco dining and relaxing. A rolling lawn is surrounded by an attractive array of established specimen trees and rhododendrons all underplanted with seasonal flowering bulbs. The wild meadow and woodland areas lead down to a scenic brook. Across the country lane there is a further area of private garden.
In all the land area of the property measure around 1.1 acres
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Wonderfully pretty house, beautiful gardens and a picturesque settingClive Moon