This property is taking part in the Savills Open House Event on Saturday 11 May. An attractive period farmhouse set in 10.78 acres with superb outbuildings and far reaching views.
This property is taking part in the Savills Open Houses event 2019. This is a day when properties across the UK open their doors to registered Savills buyers on Saturday, 11 May from 10am-4pm. Find out more and register to view properties by calling your local office or visit Savills Open Houses Event.
Visitors enter through the front door, into a small entrance hall which has a maple wood floor and leads to the Sitting Room.
The Sitting Room with a continuation of the maple wood flooring and with a feature brick fireplace, housing a Harmony' multi-fuel burner and where the stairs to the bedroom accommodation on the first floor can be found.
The sitting room leads through to the Dining Room and Drawing Room.
The Drawing Room has feature French windows lead to the outside seating area and with far reaching views over the farmland and countryside, there is a feature brick fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner.
The Dining Room leads from the kitchen to the Sitting Room and the Drawing Room.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: The kitchen is a lovely beamed country kitchen with a walk-in pantry and a Stanley Range electric oven which also provides central heating and water heating, with propane gas for the gas hob. There re ample fitted base and wall fitted cupboards with a separate dining area.
Utility / Boot Room: There is ample room in the fitted utility room for washing machine/dryer. Also a WC/cloakroom and door to the rear courtyard with a sociable decked area ideal for summer entertaining.
Master Bedroom: The master bedroom has a Juliet balcony and is a comfortably proportioned room, with far reaching countryside views, comprising an en-suite bathroom and an additional dressing room area.
3 further double bedrooms with delightful views and useful built in wardrobes.
1 further single bedroom with an aspect overlooking the main driveway and courtyard.
Family Bathroom with bath and separate shower
The property is approached via a lovely sweeping drive, bordered by new post and rail fencing affording open countryside views. The front aspect of the property enjoys south facing views and sunshine most of the day. There is plenty of parking space on the hard-standing area of the drive, which is lit by low-level LED floodlights.
The extensive outbuildings comprise 2 single garages, 3 stables and a tack room with electricity and water. On the roof of the stable block there are a range of PV/solar panels (please see Agents Note'). There are further newer and substantial storage sheds: 1 Tractor Shed with roller shutter-door and electricity, 1 steel portal framed Log Store/Hay Store and an additional workshop/tractor shed with sliding door and formerly used to house a large oat.
10.48 acres in total woodland and pasture, with approximately an acre f garden. acres woodland populated with Oak, Beech, Sycamore, Ash, Alder, Hazel and Elm. There is also a delightful children's tree house (well used).
2 further substantial general purpose buildings, 1 being 5-bay and insulated and the other a substantial shed of a similar size and to the rear is a good general purpose log shed. There is an additional superb 3m Roundhouse livestock building (currently used for goats but could be adapted for cattle or equestrian use) which has separate access from the driveway. It is aesthetically pleasing, fitting into the surrounding countryside well.
*There are PV panels on the stable roof, providing both income of approx. 600 p.a. and reduced fuel bill.
*There is a 7 tonne grain store/feed bin located at the Roundhouse which could be made available for sale by separate negotiation.
*We are informed the house was re-roofed only 13 years ago and is in very good condition.
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Such great potential with a wonderful lifestyle opportunityTony Morris-Eyton