Period farmhouse with extensive equestrian facilities set in a quiet rural location.
North Lane Farm is Listed Grade II of Special Architectural and Historic Interest and is constructed predominantly from timber frame with rendered and colour washed elevations under pitched tiled roofs. Internally the house which is well presented throughput has enormous period character with features including exposed beams and studwork, original mullion windows, open fireplaces fitted with wood burning stoves and the second floor bedroom displays a wealth of fine exposed timbers. The kitchen/breakfast room is largely open plan and the drawing room is divided by open studwork into the dining room making an excellent place for entertaining. The equestrian facilities are well thought out with six Loddon boxes including two large foaling boxes with stable doors to the front and windows to the rear. There are four further internal Loddon boxes with a central tack room with an internal tie up
area. There is a purpose made loading bay which the
owners find useful for loading young stock.
Note: A footpath crosses part of the property.
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This is a perfectly situated equestrian property in superb condition throughoutPeter Ogilvie