Set in 10.79 acres which includes extensive stabling, enclosed paddocks and permission to create an attached annexe.
Opportunities such as this are exceptionally rare extensive equestrian facilities and acreage are often coupled very large and expensive houses but in this instance they are available to purchase with a manageable, low maintenance family home. Converted to a high specification from a former agricultural building, The Piggeries offers light, well planned accommodation, decorated throughout in a neutral palette with LVT oak floors and doors, exposed roof trusses, a wood burning stove and Everhot Range (available by separate negotiation). The kitchen/dining room incorporates a relaxed seating area and has been well fitted with plenty of storage cabinets, a central island and granite work surfaces. The property works equally well as a three or four bedroom home and it should be noted that planning permission has been granted for the erection of a single story annexe to the rear which would be perfect for a dependant relative, home office suite or for those seeking to generate additional revenue from short term rentals.
Set along a lovely rural lane, away from busy traffic, the land and countryside that surrounds the house is delightful, attracting an abundance of wildlife. Whilst the grounds do not have to be exclusively used for equestrian purposes, the current set up of eight stables, tack room and arena would certainly meet most such buyers requirements, with paddocks fully enclosed by stock proof fencing and post and rail. There are water troughs in each of the paddocks and the land is predominantly level. The gardens that surround the house are largely a blank canvas awaiting ornamental planting if so desired and the completion of the terrace to the rear has been left on the basis that the new owner may wish create the annexe as described.
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Land, stables, beautifully presented accommodation and delightful countryside all around. This is what country living is all about!David Wild