ate 17th century 4-bedroom farmhouse and outbuildings is a fine example of its type, with many interesting architectural features. The building complex could probably be listed (not the case at the moment). There are a number of outbuildings, two storey ones connected to the house, which might be suitable for converting to living accommodation, and currently partly roofed, single storey ones, arranged around a courtyard. The property includes ca. 0.7 acres and is located off a quiet country road, with neighbours nearby, but not overlooking. The house has been renovated by the present owners over the last decade or so, but of course there is more which could be done. The house has many interesting architectural features, such as unusual and interesting joinery details, built-in cupboards, a sophisticated culvert draining system and granite windowsills
This property offers generous living space with huge potential for the courtyard of outbuildings to be converted/transformed into workshops/studios, therapy rooms etc. All in all, an impressive set of buildings with a good atmosphere. Sale includes a garden/orchard to the side of the house and a flower garden to the front.
PROPERTY COMPRISES (All dimensions in metres and are approximate)
Porch 1.65 x 1.89
Kitchen 4.98 x 5.09 Wide fireplace with original arch, Esse wood burning range. Gas hob. Dishwasher, fridge. Stairs to bedrooms.
Utility room 2.86 x 4.10 Oil boiler, plumbed for washing machine. Link door to outbuildings.
Sitting room 4.86 x 4.62 + bays Pine floor, original fireplace with Stanley Fionn wood-burning stove.
Bathroom 4.15 x 2.87 Bath, electric shower, W.C., whb. pine-panelled ceiling.