A delightful country house surrounded by its own land of approximately 140 acres in a beautiful and private setting.
Non-listed house renovated to a very high standard and surrounded by its own land. Adjoining courtyard of stone barns and further modern agricultural buildings. Tennis court. Small lake, pasture and young woodland. 3 bedroom cottage.
Whilst not Listed, Willesley Farm dates from the mid-19th Century and was originally a traditional farm developed as part of the Duke of Bedford's Tavistock Estate. The attractive stone farmhouse has been renovated to a very high standard by the current owners and, combined with its adjoining range of superb stone barns, is an outstanding residential farm.
The house and buildings sit centrally with the land and the house enjoys lovely views over its immediate gardens and grounds, as well as the lake below the house and the rolling open countryside surrounding it. The magnificent gardens have informal and formal areas lying around the lake fed from a natural spring. To the rear is a kitchen garden area and fine Victorian style greenhouse and beyond the farm buildings is a hard tennis court.
The traditional buildings are suitable for a variety of uses with the main barn being ideal as party barn. One of the barns next to the house has already been converted into an office and wine store.
Away from the house is a separate 3 bedroom bungalow currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy and subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction.
Beyond the courtyard is a range of modern cattle buildings which could easily be converted into American barn stabling for the equestrian enthusiast. The farmland and modern farm buildings are currently let to two local farmers on annual grazing licences. All of the land is laid to pasture, interspersed with woodland.