♦ Set in Approx. 46 Acres
♦ Detached Four Bedroom Period Farmhouse
♦ One Bedroom Annexe
♦ Outbuildings and Stabling, Manege c.50m x 30m
♦ Pastureland and Woodland
Price Guide £549,950 Ref: JN4647
A detached period farmhouse with much character believed to date from the 19th century with possible earlier origins. The residence has oil fired central heating and the accommodation with approx. maximum room sizes is as follows:
RECEPTION HALL 13’ x 11’10 (about 4m x 3.6m) quarry tiled flooring, part feature plank and muntin screening, turned staircase to first floor, door to:
CONSERVATORY 16’ x 14’ (about 4.9m x4.3m)
SITTING ROOM 16’9 (into large inglenook fireplace) x 12’7 (about 5.1m x 3.8m) with wood-burning stove and back boiler (back up), front window, old wide plank door leading to kitchen
KITCHEN / DINING ROOM 30’ x 9’ (about 9.2m x 2.7m) dining area having three windows and two radiators, slate flooring, door to outside, kitchen area with slate worksurfaces, Belfast sink, oil fired Aga
LANDING loft hatch and built-in cupboard
BEDROOM 14’9 x 9’8 (about 4.5m x 2.9m) two front windows, Victorian style fireplace (not used), feature arched window (borrowed light from stairs)
BEDROOM 12’11 x 11’2 (about 3.9m x 3.3m) front window, cupboard housing oil fired boiler for hot water and central heating, wide old timber flooring
BEDROOM 14’11 x 10’2 (about 4.5m x 3m) side and rear windows, radiator, Victorian style fireplace (not used)
BATHROOM comprising bath with mixer tap, bidet, WC, wash hand basin
BEDROOM 9’10 (into cot bed area) x 9’10 (about 3m x 3m) two windows, built-in cupboards
From the conservatory a door leads into the:
BARN 24’7 x 14’6 (about 7.5m x 4.4m) light and power, plumbing for washing machine, Belfast sink and door to arrival yard, door leading into:
ANNEXE with corridor leading to:
SHOWER ROOM 10’10 x 6’9 (about 3.3m x 2.1m) roof light, WC, large walk-in shower area, extractor
KITCHEN AREA 11’3 x 9’ (about 3.4m x 2.7m) fitted units, stainless steel sink and drainer, four ring hob, window
SITTING ROOM 15’ x 11’ (about 4.6m x 3.3m) wood burning stove, high ceiling, exposed A framing, window, double doors to rear
BEDROOM 10’9 x 8’10 (about 3.3m x 2.7m) rear window, built-in cupboard
EN SUITE CLOAKROOM wash hand basin and WC
Price Guide £549,950Ref: JN4647
OUTSIDE & OUTBUILDINGS
Adjoining the annexe there is a BARN c.20’ x 15’ (about 6.1m x 4.6m)
TWO STABLES each c.16’ x 12’ (about 4.9m x 3.6m)
On the opposite side of the yard there are
THREE TIMBER LOOSE BOXES approx. 12’ x 12’, 12’ x 12’ and 12’ x 10’ (about 3.6m x 3.6m, 3.6m x 3.6m and 3.6m x 3m) (ext) each with rubber matting and lighting
REAR LOOSE BOX (in course of construction)
DUTCH BARN c.30’ x 17’ (about 9.2m x 5.2m)
The property is approached via a long farm trackway which is navigable in a car with care. We understand that there is an agricultural access to some adjoining land over the first part of the track. The track then leads down passing through the main bulk of the land, passing the manege and on to the farmstead where there is an arrival yard to the front of the farmhouse.
The land comprises a mixture of fairly level and gently sloping pasture with all main enclosures having a water supply. Some enclosures have been sub-divided for the vendors horses. There is some slightly steeper land leading down to a small stream with a valley area and valley fields having a woodland belt.
Within the land there is:
DUTCH BARN and LEAN-TO c.50’ x 30’ (about 15.2m x 9.2m) utilised for storage and stock housing
EXCELLENT PURPOSE BUILT MANEGE c. 50m x 30m with sand and fibre surface, post and rail surround
There are other smaller woodland areas throughout the land and also a small PEN / SCHOOL AREA
The views from the land are beautiful and have to be seen to be fully appreciated.
The vendors believe that very approximately 30 acres are of grazable pastureland with the balance being either steeper banked areas or woodlands.
IN ALL APPROX. 46 ACRES (About 18.7 Hectares)
Price Guide £549,950Ref: JN4647
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