Manor Farm is a charming period farmhouse standing in mature gardens and grounds in a private and secluded location. The house offers delightful accommodation over two storeys, and has good ceiling heights throughout. The current owner has extended and modernised the house, which offers flexible accommodation.
At the eastern end, of the house, there is a fine kitchen/ breakfast room with an Aga, Travertine tiled floor and underfloor heating. There are exposed beams and brickwork and light to three aspects. The drawing room is of particular note, with an inglenook fireplace, a wood burning stove and French doors leading to the conservatory. The conservatory in turn has French doors leading to a south facing terrace and there is planning permission to extend this part of the house with a ground and first floor extension. Please speak to the agent for more details. There are some delightful period features throughout Manor
Farm, including exposed beams, pamment flooring, all of which adds significantly to the charm.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom suite, with dressing room and en suite bathroom. There are four other bedrooms, a family bathroom and some delightful views over the surrounding gardens, grounds and open countryside.
To the south east of the house is Cherry Tree Cottage, which is currently used as a holiday let providing useful income, and this has a sitting room, kitchen and two bedrooms and a bathroom.
This cottage also contains some delightful features including exposed timbers, the original wooden cattle trough and exposed brick flooring. The cottage has been well finished and is completely self-contained.
Adjoining the cottage, is a substantial range of buildings, including a superb main barn which has fantastic brickwork, spectacular beams and timbers. This has potential for conversion to further accommodation, subject to the necessary
Adjoining the barn is a wood store, car port, workshop and a number of storerooms along with the boiler/utility room. These would be ideal for use as a home office, gym or stabling. All of the buildings have power and light. They surround an extremely pretty courtyard which is west facing and boarded by shrubs and roses.
Manor Farm is approached by a tree lined hard driveway via a five bar gate with paddocks to either side. This avenue creates a superb entrance and the paddocks are mostly post and rail fenced. The driveway leads to a parking and turning area at the front of the house, and also branches off to the north east to the car port and a further parking and turning area.
There are fantastic rural views from Manor Farm, and the gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn, also contain some rose borders and some fine trees with two magnolias just to the south of the house. There are a number of fruit trees, a fruit cage and some delightful box hedging. The house is well-protected, with a border around the majority of the boundary of mature trees adding to the privacy and seclusion. Manor Farm would be ideal for equestrian use.
Architectural Style: Farmhouse
Lot Acres: 3.7