Single storey house with equestrian facilities.
Crimpledean Farm is a spacious modern single storey house which dates back to the early 1970s. Set well back from the village road the house has lovely outlooks over its land to the north and offers an unusual combination of a reasonably large house with good accommodation on one level together with a stable yard which may have some potential for redevelopment (subject to planning) and about 12.85 acres of land laid mainly to fenced pasture.
Approached through a large porch and a modern insulated front door which opens into the entrance hallway off which is the dining room. There are three other reception rooms including interconnected sitting and family rooms with large picture windows and a games room. The kitchen has been refitted in recent times and has a range of high gloss units with a peninsula and integrated appliances. There are three double bedrooms one with en suite shower and a family bathroom together with a fourth bedroom/study overlooking the rear.
The accommodation is shown in greater detail in the attached floor plans.
A five bar gate leads into the shingled driveway, on the left hand side is the Stable yard with three separate buildings situated around a concreted yard. There are eight loose boxes, a hay barn and tack and feed rooms. To the rear is the all weather manege enclosed within post and rail fencing. The driveway continues to the east up to the house and a large parking area and the detached double garage. To one side is a paved terrace with planting surrounding and beyond this, up a slight incline, is the wired hard tennis court. To the rear of the house are lawns and a patio area and beyond them the remainder of the land is divided into three fenced paddocks. In addition there are two further pasture fields with natural hedge boundaries.
In all about 12.85 acres.
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This is a really practical and spacious single storey house with lots of light and good outlooks over its land in a lovely spot on the edge of the village with lots to appeal to those interested in outdoor pursuits or with horses.James Barnett