Handsome traditional farmhouse in need of complete restoration. Accommodation comprises; Ground Floor - Vestibule, hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, back kitchen, dairy. First floor - 4 double bedrooms, 1 single bedroom, bathroom, WC. 2,500 Sq ft approx over 2 storeys.
Substantial stone building formerly utilised as a milking parlour and general store with hayloft over. Overlooking main courtyard. 6,500 Sq ft approx over 2 storeys.
Substantial stone building formerly utilised for calf housing with hayloft over. Overlooking the main courtyard. 2,800 Sq ft approx over 2 storeys.
CART SHED AND GARAGING
Most attractive former machinery store. 1,600 Sq ft approx over 1 storey.
In addition to the tradition buildings are a dutch barn, timber cubicle house, Boythrope 10 ring grain silo and further small stone outbuildings. A large slurry/mature store is found to the southernmost point of the yard.
Gently sloping with a southern elevation. Excellent agricultural land surrounds the property. Predominantly laid to pasture with well maintained mature hedges in abundance. In all approximately 161 acres. A plan of the land is shown overleaf for illustrative purposes only.
The agricultural land area (excluding the farmstead) will be conveyed subject to a Development uplift clause.
The vendors have engaged a major local architect who has undertaken a comprehensive feasibility study. A copy can be viewed in Chrystals Douglas office. Measurements are approximate and interested parties must satisfy themselves of the extent of the property.
The agricultural land area (excluding the Farmstead) will be conveyed subject to a Development Uplift Clause.
The vendors have engaged a major local architect who has undertaken a comprehensive feasibility study.
Mains water, electricity and telephone are connected.
Viewing is strictly by appointment through CHRYSTALS
Please inform us if you are unable to keep appointments.
Vacant possession on completion.
The company do not hold themselves responsible for any expenses which may be incurred in visiting the same should it prove unsuitable or have been let, sold or withdrawn.