Period village house with extensive outbuildings.
Streatley Hall is a delightful detached period farmhouse, built circa 1800, and set in lovely gardens and grounds of about 1.5 acres. The property boasts numerous outbuildings which offer a multitude of uses subject to any planning consents that may be required. The house is situated on the edge of the village and enjoys some wonderful far reaching views over open countryside.
To the south eastern side of the house and set around a courtyard, is an range of stables/store barns and a large brick and timber barn. To the north west of the house and adjacent to the driveway stands a lovely detached building which incorporates a garage, workshop, games room and home office and although this building does require some attention, it has great potential too, not least, conversion to ancillary accommodation. The house will also appeal to those with an equestrian interest given the barns and pasture land that comes with the house. Set towards the end of the garden is a lovely little brick outbuilding, which is currently used as a small bed/sitting room with mezzanine floor above.
Streatley Hall extends to over 2,500 sqft of living space and has two principal reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor, and four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. The house offers great scope for enlargement, again, subject to the usual planning consents.
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What a lovely village house with great potential and fabulous far reaching views.Nick Ingle