The magnificent Grade II listed Avon Farm House Estate, backing on to the stunning river Avon boasting in excess of 3 acres.
Savills are delighted to offer for sale the spectacular Grade II listed Avon Farm House Estate which dates back over 300 years old. Boasting over 10,000 square feet of internal space in total (inc outbuildings) and approximately 3 stunning acres of grounds backing onto the tranquil River Avon with uninterrupted views.
The Avon Farm House estate is ideally located giving convenient access to the nearest towns only circa 4 miles away. This property is one of Dorset most sought after homes and is offered for sale for the first time in over 38 years.
This incredibly rare residence is steeped in local history and boasts many original features including a rare inglenook fireplace and tremendous grandeur from the moment you drive into the private courtyard entrance.
The Estate is split into multiple properties. There is a substantial main house which has 5 generous bedrooms and views over the river, a 3 bedroom dairy house, the coach house, West range barn & stable barn (both of which have full planning permission to convert sympathetically into single story dwellings), an additional storage barn and extensive shelter shed. Please see the floor plan for more information and detail. Approved plans for the two barns are available upon request.
This beautiful country home would make the perfect family home, as it has been for the last 38 years or would equally suit as a country retreat. The Estate is simply one of a kind and must be viewed in person to fully appreciate the size, the extensive grounds, and views of the river, the precious original features and charm.
Important notice: The South Field is being retained by the current family. This area of land is currently staked out.
NB Photographs taken October 2021
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Escaping to the countryside is something my family and I love to do. Avon Farm House Estate is a place I would love to spend the summer with my family exploring the grounds and having a splash in the river.Sean Gibson