A charming detached farmhouse constructed in the late 1700's in popular Vale of Belvoir village.
Pasture Farm is a charming detached farmhouse dating back to the late 1700's presenting well balanced and versatile family accommodation. The property offers three formal reception rooms, a breakfast/kitchen, four bedrooms and three bathrooms, standing in mature, formal gardens and grounds of around a third of an acre.
On entry via the front aspect the stone tiled entrance hall allows access to the generous ground floor living accommodation which comprises; a sitting room to the front of the property with wood flooring and an attractive
stone built open fireplace. The sitting room also offers entry to the study which features a vaulted ceiling with Velux windows and ample shelving.
Opposite the sitting room is the formal dining room, benefitting a dual aspect view with a feature fireplace and hardwood flooring. The bright, well proportioned kitchen diner incorporates a range of cream base and wall units with black granite work surfaces and good quality integrated appliances such as; a Smeg dishwasher and Smeg oven with 5 burner gas
hob. In addition, there is a breakfast island providing further storage and seating to two sides.
Positioned to the rear aspect, the snug holds a log burner with timber surround, original wood flooring and provides entry to the rear courtyard via the French doors and also onto the boot room and utility. The utility affords space & plumbing for further appliances whilst the boot room allows access to the stairs leading to the separate double bedroom with en suite shower. The snug, boot room, utility and separate bedroom may suit use as annexe accommodation with minimal alterations.
The main staircase ascends from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, off which there are three good sized double bedrooms with the front facing rooms boasting superb unobstructed views over to Belvoir Castle. The dual aspect master bedroom features a four piece en suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle, in addition to a walk in wardrobe. Sat to the rear of the property, the family bathroom also benefits a separate shower cubicle, alongside a free standing bath, a pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C.
The formal gardens cloak three elevations and are predominantly laid to lawn with a patio area to the west aspect and courtyard to the rear. An unused barn within the grounds offers great potential (subject to the necessary planning consents) to be converted into either separate accommodation or integrated within the current footprint of Pasture Farm. Ample off street parking is provided to the front aspect via the block paved drive.
Mains electricity, gas fired central heating, drainage and water are understood to be connected to the property.
A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request.
Strictly by appointment with Savills.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
I am particularly drawn to the potential of the outbuildings in terms of integrating them with the current dwelling.Luke Billson