Grange Farm House is a Grade II listed farmhouse believed to date from the 17th century. The property is understood to have been substantially remodelled during the 19th century and all of the reception rooms benefit from attractive working fireplaces and views over the surrounding gardens and farmland beyond. It has classic room proportions throughout and good ceiling heights, typical of a house of its period.
The house has been refurbished by the current owners and also benefits from planning consent to extend and improve certain areas further with the addition of a significant kitchen extension, new utility/boot room and a further bathroom on the first floor.
Upstairs there are currently five bedrooms and three bathrooms. With three staircases in total the current layout offers flexibility for creation of a self-contained guest area or annexe if required.
There is an indoor swimming pool which opens onto a south facing terrace area and the property benefits from about 28 acres of rolling park-like grassland.
A driveway to the side of the property leads past a parking area in front of the house. To the rear of the property there is parking for a number of vehicles and two individual garages with a store room (with dividing partition wall) power and a loft space over. A second door leads to further storage at the end of the pool room, housing the oil tanks. There is a boiler room with a pool filtration system and two boilers. Opposite is a further store/freezer room.
The well maintained gardens are partly walled and lie mainly to the south, east and west, wrapping around the house and providing an attractive setting. A terrace adjoins the pool room and the gardens are laid mainly to lawn with various established flower and shrub borders.
The land is divided into five separate fields with two field shelters and various water holes. A bridleway runs along the western boundary.
Five Bedrooms and three Bathrooms
Indoor swimming pool
Garden and paddocks
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 2.31