Charming cottage with period features and a south facing position with equestrian facilities
Weymoor is a wonderful, characterful home with original features that date back to the 1700's, with a later extension that allows the south facing orientation to enjoy a superb view over the garden to its own paddocks. The property offers flexible and comfortable accommodation.
The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace and is open plan to an orangery, which allows a great amount of natural light into the characterful living space. The orangery is a notable feature, built in a beautiful oak frame orangery, which opens out to the terrace with windows and double doors on two sides which take full advantage of the south facing position and provide access to the rear terrace. In addition there is a study area and a tv snug which is a cosy area around a fireplace, perfect for winter evenings. Of particular note is the triple aspect family kitchen, which is fitted with cabinetry in a traditional style, granite work surfaces, an AGA, integrated appliances and French windows. Adjoining the kitchen is a generously sized utility/boot room with a door leading to the rear terrace.
Upstairs the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, an en suite shower room and stunning views of the garden and fields beyond. Additional accommodation includes two further bedrooms, each with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
Weymoor also benefits from a pretty detached annexe with high ceilings and exposed beams, which provides an ideal space for an office, games room or guest room with a shower room, storage and potential for a kitchenette.
Outside, Weymoor is approached via a gravel driveway that provides parking and access through to the detached stable blocks which a single garage and single car port and through to the paddocks.
The rear garden enjoys a south facing position with an area of terrace and garden that is mainly laid to lawn with views of your own paddocks.
The property is well equipped for private equestrian use with a stable yard with mains electricity and water adjacent to an all-weather 20m x 40m sand school. The stable block is constructed on a concrete base with a covered area and consists of two stables and a tack room. The main paddocks are currently divided into 3 fields. The majority of the grazing is enclosed by post and rail fencing and the fields benefit from being on good draining sandy ground and with direct access from the rear to Sailors lane and the Devils Punchbowl.
Overall the property measures approximately 2.56 acres.
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This property offers a perfect set up to keep a horse or pony at home or just a stunning spot to have a large garden with direct access to bridleways and plenty of riding and walking country.Rory McKenzie