- Grade ii listed former farm house
- Character and charm in abundance
- Large gardens small paddock
- Beautifully presented accommodation
- Great location
- **virtual viewings available - call branch for details**
Entrance PorchAn impressive entrance with original front door into:
Entrance HallwayStaircase to first floor. Door to "key hole" rear entrance porch. Stained glass feature with 1677 date having borrowed light from the dining room.
Sitting RoomA splendid triple-aspect room with views over the gardens. Cast iron working fireplace and surround. With modern oak floorboards throughout this is an exceptionally elegant and well-proportioned room.
Dining RoomModern oak floorboards and double-aspect windows to front and rear. Beamed ceiling and brick inglenook with bressumer beam and cast iron woodburning stove on a brick hearth.
Utility RoomThis room features an unusual reclaimed tiled floor from a Maltings and plumbing for washing machine and drier. Window to the rear and a fascinating original door with medieval graffiti opening onto the secondary staircase to the first and second floors Walk in storage cupboard.
CloakroomWith low level WC and wash hand basin.
Kitchen/breakfast RoomThis wonderful room has windows to the front and side aspects and a door leading out to the side garden. The kitchen area features a farmhouse-style kitchen with bespoke cupboard and drawer units having wooden work surfaces over with space for range-style cooker, attractive tiled flooring and exposed timbers to the ceiling. Within the kitchen area there is room for a breakfast table and leads through to a lovely seating area where there is a fireplace with bressumer beam over housing a wood burning stove, this fireplace features the original 'bread and faggot' ovens. Fitted storage.
Walk In PantryWith slate cold slab, shelving and fitted cupboards.
First FloorA delightful landing with double-aspects and including an oak mullion. Exposed timbers.
Master BedroomDouble-aspect windows with views over gardens. A beautiful room featuring wide original floorboards, cast iron fire grate and door to:
En-Suite Shower RoomShower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom TwoAgain with double-aspects including an oak mullion and views over the gardens. Wide floorboards and impressive fireplace. Latched door to 'secret passage' into bedroom three. Original clothes cupboards.
Bedroom ThreeDouble-aspects with views over the garden and long views East over countryside. Elm floorboards. Door to walk in cupboard:
Bedroom FourDouble-aspects with far-reaching views over the countryside. Original fireplace.
BathroomRefitted in recent times by the owners and incorporating a bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC.
BathroomBath, low level WC, wash hand basin and large double-sized shower cubicle.
Staircase To Second Floor
General DescriptionThe second floor is a revelation. It is as extensive as it is beautifully presented and would make a fantastic apartment or studio. It has been home to numerous family sleepovers and offers children and young adults a delightful escape from the "grown ups" below. Featuring some beautiful oak timbers, the second floor has extensive insulation and is as well-appointed as everywhere else.
Bedroom FiveWith gable window and extensive views.
Bedroom SixThe room showcases the fabulous oak roof structure and again has extensive views over the gardens. Door to:
Lumber RoomThis is where you keep your stuff!
Playroom/general Purpose RoomA large room ideal for sleepovers, games, etc. The secondary staircase from this room leads down to the secondary landing on the first floor.
ExternalManor Farm House is approached through wooden gates onto an extensive gravel parking area suitable for numerous vehicles. The owners have FULL PLANNING PERMISSION for a cart-lodge style garage within this area. (Details can be obtained from the branch) A pathway leads from this area through to the walled garden on the east-side and adjoins the house by the kitchen and breakfast room. Here this delightful enclosed garden features a formal central lawned area, fruit trees and vines, herbaceous borders and raised vegetable beds as well as a greenhouse. To the south of the house is a distinctive crinkle-crankle wall which extends along the boundary with a range of shrubs and trees. Much of the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with some apple trees and a willow. A gate takes you through to the PADDOCK and further large garden where there is a magnificent and ancient oak tree. The garden in total amounts to 0.85 of an acre (STMS).
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