On entering the property it is evident that the property has been maintained to an exacting standard and is beautifully presented. There is a large kitchen / dining room with double stable doors out onto the garden. There are a further two reception rooms with the main living room having a recessed wood burning stove and the snug offering the possibility of a fifth bedroom. The ground floor also provides an office, a well appointed utility room with access to outside and a downstairs cloakroom.
The first floor provides four good sized double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room and the two large picture windows make the most of the beautiful views across the wild garden. There are a further three bedrooms all with dual aspect windows and a light family bathroom.
You approach the property via a shared driveway which passes the original mill pond. Entering through a five bar gate the driveway offers extensive parking and a double carport. The garden wraps itself around the property with a south facing patio offering a superb entertaining space ideal for al fresco dining. The extensive level gardens back onto open countryside and a stream and woodland area run along the northern boundary. The relaxing sound of the running water creates an idyllic backdrop to this unique property.
The shepherd’s hut is located by the wild flower garden with outdoor seating and a fire pit. The current vendors have used this as a summerhouse but it could be used as an office or additional accommodation for those unexpected guests.
There are several wooden outbuildings for additonal storage, one of which could be easily adapted to be used as a craft room / artist’s studio / children’s playroom.
Mains electricity. Private water. Private drainage. Oil fired heating.
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