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November 22, 2013

Properties to make your mouth water

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 12:14 pm

Foodies in search of a rural lifestyle can have the best of both worlds.  We have put together a selection of rural Jackson Stops and Staff properties which benefit from having some of Britain’s most sought after culinary establishments on their doorstep.

Located just a mile from Daylesford Organic, the café/ restaurant/ spa/ farm shop owned by Lady Bamford, 3 The Grange is situated in Kingham in west Oxfordshire, judged Britain’s favourite village by Country Life in 2004. With two fabulously foodie pubs found in the village itself, Kingham residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out. The property offers spacious family accommodation, with a large family room leading through to a bright south facing conservatory; sitting room; dining room and kitchen. On the first floor is the master suite in addition to three further bedrooms. The lawn gardens lie to the front and rear. Kingham boasts a very well regarded primary school and village shop and further shopping facilities can be found at Daylesford or the nearby Stow-on-the-Wold. Direct line trains run from Kingham to London Paddington. The property is on the market for £565,000 with our Burford office. For more information click here.

 

Regularly voted favourite Northern restaurant by those in the know, The Star Inn in Harome, North Yorkshire, is a hotel/ pub/ restaurant which is certainly a desirable establishment to have close to home. Callart House is just a short drive from the inn, situated in a small development of converted farm buildings within the village of Great Edstone. The stone house has been refurbished to a very high specification and comprises spacious family accommodation with a high quality kitchen, family room, drawing room and gym. A recent extension has added a spectacular master suite with wet room and sweeping views of the surrounding countryside; there are four further bedrooms. The grounds extend to 2.4 acres and include a stable block and paddock. Two miles to the north is the A170, a main road from the coast to Leeds and trains can be caught from Malton to York and then onto London Paddington in under two hours. The property is on the market for £640,000 with our York office. For more information click here.

 

South Creaber Farm is within easy walking distance of Gidleigh Park Hotel, with its two Michelin starred restaurant. There is another good pub and restaurant just a mile away. The property is located in the hamlet of Gidleigh in south Devon, three miles from the eclectic town of Chagford, home to many artists and a selection of good local facilities. The property comprises spacious period accommodation and six bedrooms. Within the 13.5 acres of grounds is a yard with six stables and a stone barn. The expanse of Dartmoor is literally on the doorstep and offers a wide selection of possible outdoor pursuits. The property is on the market for £995,000 with our Exeter office. For more information click here.

Cob Cottage is found in the small village of Pityme, just one mile from the popular resort of Rock in North Cornwall, home to two of award winning chef Nathan Outlaw’s restaurants. The property boasts slate flooring throughout the majority of the ground floor, open fireplaces and an AGA oven in the bespoke kitchen. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one en-suite, and a family bathroom. Pedestrian access from the front of the property leads to the conservatory and rear garden, with raised patio terrace. A wide selection of shopping facilities can be found at Wadebridge, 5 miles from the cottage, and the main train line to London can be accessed from Bodmin Parkway, approximately 15 miles distant.  The property is on the market for £399,000 with our Truro office. For more information click here.

 

 

November 8, 2013

Living in literary landscapes

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 2:29 pm

Renowned for both its rich literary heritage and the beauty of its varied landscapes, Britain is a country in which many regions have become synonymous with certain authors. We have put together a collection of Jackson Stops & Staff properties from areas immortalised in great British literature.

Situated on the romantic coastline often used as the backdrop to the work of Daphne du Maurier, Halenkene is fully refurbished and stylish five bedroom house with two luxury holiday cottages within its extensive 1 ¼ acre grounds. Far more comfortable than du Maurier’s burning mansions or dim fisherman’s shacks, the property includes a magnificent pool complex, with swimming pool, jacuzzi and shower. The property lies on the North Cornish coast in the small hamlet of Joppa, on the outskirts of the village of Hayle, which boasts a large open estuary. The A30 is only a few minutes’ drive away and offers easy access to the east. The town of St Ives is 7.6 miles distant. Halenkene is on the market for £1,250,000 with our Truro office. For more information click here

In the early 1800s, George Clarkson ran one of his infamous ‘Yorkshire schools’ from Bowes Hall and the school is thought to have directly influenced Dickens’ Nicholas Nickleby. The property is located on the edge of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the historic village of Bowes. Barnard Castle is just four miles distant and offers a wide range of shopping facilities while Scotch Corner and the A1 lie just 16 miles from the Hall. The property has three storeys plus an attic floor and has been restored meticulously over the past ten years with the installation of a new breakfast kitchen and landscaping of the grounds. The elegant accommodation includes a stunning two flight stone cantilever staircase with arched Venetian window at the half landing. The property is on the market for £795,000 with our York office. For more information click here.

Thomas Hardy’s fictional town in The Mayor of Casterbridge is based on his home of Dorchester, set within the “merely realistic dream county” of Wessex, otherwise known as Dorset. Moreford Hall is 6.5 miles to the east of Dorchester, positioned at the end of a long sweeping drive half a mile from the conservation village of Moreton. The village was the site of Lawrence of Arabia’s fatal motorcycle accident in 1935 and the celebrated war hero is now interred in the cemetery near Moreton’s St Nicholas church. The hall boasts typically high quality Victorian construction and charming period features. In addition to the spacious reception rooms and five bedrooms, there is a one bedroomed self-contained flat on the first floor. The impressive 2.5 acre gardens include a tennis court. The property is on the market for £1,275,000 with our Dorchester office. For more information click here.

Far Dean Farm is just a couple of miles from the village of Haworth, home to the literary Bronte sisters, who immortalised the romantic Yorkshire moors in their works. The property occupies a tranquil rural position, five minutes’ drive from the village of Laycock and just three miles from the town of Keighley, which is served by the railway line running from Carlisle to Leeds. Set at the end of a country lane, Far Dean occupies a south facing position with far reaching views of the unspoilt rural valley. Having recently undergone a sympathetic restoration, the property now comprises spacious reception rooms, including a wood burning stove and four bedrooms. The property is on the market for £525,000 with our York office. For more information click here.