A remarkable 200 year old stonebuilt farmhouse restored and reroofed from 2002 – 2012 by the present owners. Featuring stylish use of natural wooden beams, the houses if full of character, and could be described as a work of art. There are many interesting shapes throughout the dwelling. When the roof was replaced, copious amounts of modern insulation were used in its reconstruction which has helped to improve the energy performance of the house. The property is located on a small slip road, with negligible passing traffic. The circa 0.5 acre plot includes a grove of trees, outbuildings and a poly tunnel. This wonderfully unusual house has a living area of approx 141sq. m.
PROPERTY COMPRISES (All dimensions in metres and are approximate)
Porch 1 2.24 x 3.24
Porch 2 1.26 x 2.87 Tiled floor, access to fuel store
Kitchen/ Diner 8.40 x 3.25 Slate floor, Kitchen with elm worktop, Antique Stanley 9 stove. Hand hewn beamed ceiling. Heating window to upstairs bedroom. Hardwood locally sourced lintels. Steepish stairs to bedroom 1
Sitting Room 4.47 x 6.54 Wood floor, Nestor Martin solid fuel stove with back boiler
Bathroom 2.80 x 2.32 Power shower, W.C. Whb, Bath
Study 2.68 x 4.13 Brick fireplace, (currently sealed and not used)
Bedroom 1 4.70 x 4.50 W.C. Whb.
Bedroom 2 3.25 x 4.65
Bedroom 3 2.65 x 4.53
Bedroom 4 2.28 x 2.78
Outbuildings 2.50 x 4.50 Stonebuilt, steel roof
6.50 x 6.00 Timber framed, concrete floor
Water from deep bored private well
Approx 50% double glazed windows
Solid fuel central heating
4G broadband available
Situated on quiet rural road.