A detached five bedroom former farmhouse with stabling, outbuildings and enormous potential, set in 14.
88 acres (6.
02 ha) with an additional 9.
51 acres (3.
85 ha) available.
For sale by private treaty as a whole or in two lots (further lotting considered).
This property is all about position and potential and originally formed part of the Urless estate, with the farmhouse believed to have been built in 1840 and substantially extended in the 20th Century.
The house is beautifully positioned at the end of a long drive, with all the principal rooms enjoying views over the property's own land and the surrounding countryside, with no other houses visible as far as the eye can see.
The outbuildings were formerly a state of the art dairy unit and would lend themselves to conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents, for a number of different uses.
The accommodation is arranged with an entrance porch laid with reproduction limestone paving, beyond which there is an attractive dining hall with a fireplace incorporating a wood burning stove.
The most eye-catching room is the drawing room, which has large picture windows taking in the best of the views.
The farmhouse kitchen has a lovely conservatory to one end, with underfloor heating.
The kitchen is equipped with a range of floor mounted units and cupboards with a Rayburn at its centre and the floor is laid to practical yet attractive ceramic tiles.
The conservatory has double doors onto a decked terrace that takes in the evening sun and looks out over the gardens.
A shower room completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs there are five good bedrooms, the principal of which has an ensuite shower room, with a family bathroom serving the remaining bedrooms.