A handsome period farmhouse with attached cottage in a lovely rural setting.
Moat Farm is an attractive period property with painted brick and half-timber detailed elevations under pitched tiled roofs. Accommodation is set over two storeys and provides a good layout with flexible usage. Worthy of note is the attached cottage which provides dedicated ancillary or integral accommodation. Accommodation extends to approximately 2068 sq ft with the cottage in addition totaling 598 sqft.
There are two main points of access to the house. Day to day is via the kitchen and a more formal entrance can be used from the garden side leading to the staircase hall. The reception space utilises four rooms which can be used in an open plan or individual layout. The dining room and sitting room enjoy south easterly views and an open plan link via exposed timber beams. The sitting room also has double doors leading to a good sized conservatory which projects into the garden. At the opposite end there are double doors leading to the office. The kitchen has fitted units with granite work surfaces including breakfast bar and adjacent is a useful utility room.
At first floor level is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Accessed from the driveway is the cottage which is also attached to the farmhouse. At ground floor level is a kitchen and separate sitting room, At first floor level are two bedrooms and bathroom. The cottage also has integral access from the farmhouse office.
Moat Farm is surrounded by open countryside with only one other neighbor. Timber gates give access to a graveled driveway and parking area. The garden is mainly south facing and predominantly laid to lawn. A red metal Japanese- style bridge spans across a small watercourse leading to a further piece of land with post and rail fencing.
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I love the way the property is conveniently close to the bustling town of Upton upon Severn, yet a short way down the drive it feels you are in your own world.Christian Swaab