Very attractive 17th century farmhouse in the rural hamlet of Wanshurst Green
Manor Farm House is a 17th century grade II listed house with a 19th century façade sitting very well in approximately 1.7 acres and with lovely rural views. The house has been sympathetically extended by A T Palmer and provides excellent accommodation and proportions, with many rooms being double aspect. The house effuses warmth and charm with a range of reception rooms and a south-facing kitchen/breakfast room opening on to a terrace and the gardens beyond.
The outbuildings are currently used as stores and a snooker room and are substantial period buildings in their own right, including a 6 bay cart shed which could be a holiday let, subject to planning permission. An interesting historic element to the property is a cart pond beyond the cart shed where the wagons would have bene taken to cool the hot wheels.
The main house is set well back from the lane behind secure gates providing good privacy. A gravel drive leads to the rear of the property with plenty of parking. The house occupies a raised position in the hamlet of Wanshurst Green with views over ancient woodlands.
A beautiful 17th century farmhouse with wonderful outbuildingsDuncan Petrie