Guide price £1,100,000
A particularly charming period farmhouse, Listed Grade II with guest cottage, ancillary accommodation, all set in a good parcel of land. In all about 5.006 acres. This beautiful old farmhouse has an enchanting faade of mellow brick, white painted windows and canopy porch and has in recent years been well restored and modernised to present day fashions. The principal house has a flagstone floor hall, which leads through panelled doors into the drawing room, dining room and an inner hall, leading to the music room, cloakroom and stretching across the rear of the house a beautifully fitted kitchen designed and built by Brian Brunel of Castle Reclamation. The kitchen is bespoke with natural wood panelled cabinets and topped with deep granite work surfaces. There is a breakfast room which has double doors leading into a magnificent double height family sitting room with wood burning stove and doors out onto a terrace. There is a home office / studio on the first floor, which could be made self-contained by using an external staircase. The bedrooms are all well-proportioned, the principal bedroom having a particularly spacious en suite bathroom fitted by Goodwood Bathrooms. In addition to the main house, as the floor plans will show, there is a spacious and well-appointed two bedroom Cider House, providing good ancillary accommodation or for lettings, also an intriguing Hayloft at present providing a ground floor bedroom with beautifully fitted bathroom and again could be made self-contained by knocking through into the present secondary kitchen / laundry serving the main house. The house and cottages are found in excellent decorative order throughout and have been fitted with good quality fixtures and fittings.
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