Secluded farmhouse requiring modernisation with extensive outbuildings and surrounded by gently undulating paddocks.
Rose Farm is believed to date back to the 15th century and is
Grade II Listed. The property is located in a delightful setting
with elevated views over the attractive countryside that
surrounds the property. The house has been in the same
ownership since 1966 and the majority of the renovations date
back to around this time. Internally there are some attractive rooms with features including open fireplaces, panelled doors, brick and wooden floors, some original mullion windows and exposed beams and stud work. There are good ceiling heights throughout and attractive views over the surrounding meadows and countryside beyond.
There is a substantial range of outbuildings to the side of the house with 3 phase electricity and built around a traditional brick barn. There are modern additions to the side and rear which formerly housed a printing business and also stabling,
machinery stores and other general store areas. The property is approached over a long curving driveway which divides two large front paddocks and one with a double field shelter. The drive curves around the barn to a parking area to the
rear of the outbuildings and fronting 2 double garages. There
is a further field to the rear of the property which also has a double field shelter and water supply. The main barn/outbuildings comprise of a covered double stable, hay barn, office area, workshops and storage areas. The gardens are set mainly to the south and west of the house with a greenhouse, rose arbor and orchard area with a pond to one side.
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The house occupies a lovely valley setting surrounded by undulating countryside at the end of a lovely long curving drive through the paddocks.Tom Orford