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February 20, 2014

The stone age

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 5:38 pm

Stone built homes are a hallmark of much of the English countryside and a favourite subject for regional picture postcards. We have assembled   a collection of Jackson-Stops & Staff properties, each constructed of a locally sourced stone, representing the regional ideal for traditional properties in each English county.

The Roarings, on the edge of the village of Fulbrook, is a traditional Cotswold stone property, once made up of two cottages, but following renovation now comprising a single integrated home. With two spacious reception rooms, a kitchen with AGA and five bedrooms, the property is the perfect residence for a growing family. There is a pretty south facing garden which leads through to an orchard and the edge of village location ensures peace and quiet. The popular town of Burford is just one mile away and regular train services run to London Paddington from Charlbury station, six miles away. The property is on the market for £715,000 with our Burford office (tel.: 01993 822661). For more information click here.

Number 98 lies in the small hamlet of Kit Hill, two and a half miles south of the historic market town of Shaftesbury. Constructed with local green sandstone, the property boasts many period features such as beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces. There are two bedrooms and the potential for an annexe with bedroom and shower room. To the north-west are far-reaching views of the undulating countryside and the pretty garden includes mature trees and a summer house. Gillingham, four miles away, runs mainline train services to London Waterloo in just under two hours. The property is on the market for £435,000 with our Shaftesbury office (tel.: 01747 850858). For more information click here.

Constructed of traditional Dartmoor granite and situated within the hamlet of Gidleigh, to the north of Dartmoor National Park, South Creaber Farm is believed to date from the 15th century. The property has well-proportioned reception rooms, six bedrooms, a gym/ office and extensive outbuildings including a barn and six stables. The grounds extend to 13.5 acres, making this the perfect property for an equestrian family. The town of Chagford, three miles away, provides a good range of local facilities and hosts an annual arts festival. The property is on the market for £995,000 with our Exeter office (tel.: 01392 214222). For more information please click here.

Trehane is an 18th century detached family home built of traditional Cornish stone and situated in the quaint hamlet of Trevanson, only a ten minute walk from the town of Wadebridge, at the head of the Camel Estuary. The sitting room and dining room both benefit from deep bay windows and upstairs there are four bedrooms. The conservatory gives access to the pretty gardens which include a slated courtyard and established orchard. Bodmin Parkway, 12 miles to the south-east, runs mainline train services to London Paddington. The property is on the market for £595,000, with our Truro office (tel.: 01872 261160). For more information click here.

Acre House Farm is located in the foothills of the North York Moors, against the backdrop of the famous Kiburn white horse. Built from traditional Yorkshire stone, the farmhouse includes a beamed drawing room and dining room, small library, snug, vaulted kitchen with AGA and three double bedrooms, all en-suite. The property stands in sixty-three acres of land, comprising mixed grassland and woodland, a small shoot and planning permission for three lakes. The owners currently run a successful water abstraction business from the property and the license for abstraction remains available for the next residents. The property is on the market for £1,300,000 with our York office (tel.: 01904 625033). For more information click here.

 

 

 

February 4, 2014

The road less travelled

Filed under: Latest News — Four Communications @ 10:01 am

Britain’s ancient tracks no longer represent the quickest way to get from A to B but many provide excellent walking routes. We have put together a collection of Jackson-Stops & Staff properties close to beautiful cross-country footpaths.

Easthill Farm lies on the path of the Icknield Way, which runs from Norfolk to Wiltshire, also known as “the oldest road in Britain”. The property is situated within the town of Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire and is just a short walk from local shopping and leisure facilities. Comprising elegant Georgian dimensions, the Grade II listed home includes a panelled drawing room with inglenook fireplace, sitting room with tongue and groove panelled walls, orangery and veranda. In addition to five bedrooms within the main house, there is also a studio, with en-suite facilities, above the oak framed barn. The property is on the market for £995,000 with our Woburn office (tel.: 01525 290641). For more information click here.

Situated within the Suffolk stretch of the Icknield Way, Glebe Farm lies in an idyllic position within the village of Ousden, eight miles from Newmarket. Set at the end of a long driveway, the farmhouse is situated within two acres of grounds, and has its own outdoor heated swimming pool. The property dates from the fifteenth century and includes a host of period features, such as exposed timbers and inglenook fireplaces. There are six bedrooms, including the master suite with mezzanine level. The property is on the market for £890,000 with our Newmarket office (tel.: For more information click here

Graystones is situated within the North York Moors National Park and close to Wade’s Causeway, which folklore suggests was built by a giant called Wade as a path for his wife to take a cow to market.  This Edwardian property is found within the landmark village of Danby, 20 miles south of Middlesbrough but easily accessible with Danby station linking to the East Coast train line. The accommodation is arranged over four floors, with the principal rooms facing south-west over the extensive grounds and wooded riverbank beyond. The property sits in five acres and includes woodland, formal lawns and a paddock. The property is on the market for £895,000 with our York office (tel.: 01904 625033). For more information click here.

Sweet Track is an ancient causeway in North Somerset dating from the fourth century BC. It passes through the village of Shapwick, where The Hermitage is located; a spacious home lying within a collection of barn conversions. The design and décor of the ground floor has created an ideal entertaining space and upstairs there are four bedrooms, including a particularly spacious master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom. Taunton, 22 miles distant, offers mainline train services to London Paddington in less than one hour 45 minutes. The property is on the market for £575,000 with our Taunton office (tel.: 01823 325144). For more information click here.