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Flat for sale, Dorset BH24 3


4th of april, 2013 06:14
Bedrooms: 2
A Delightfully Positioned Two Bedroom, First Floor Warden Assisted Apartment Within The Town Centre, With Superb Rural View Across The Millstream And Farm Fields Beyond. Recently Installed Upvc Double Glazing. No Onward Chain. Communal Reception Hall, Security Entrance Phone, Personal Front Door, Private Reception Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms Both With Fitted Wardrobes, EN-Suite Bathroom, Separate Modern Shower Room, Night Storage Heating, Upvc Double Glazed Windows. Description And Construction:- A well positioned first floor apartment enjoying views across The Bickerley and Pocket Park. 40, Bickerley Court forms part of this prestigious retirement complex, which is centrally located adjacent to Ringwood High Street and Market Place. Bickerley Court was constructed in 1993 and has been designed to retain a character appearance. The property also benefits from recently installed upvc double glazed windows and modernised shower/cloakroom, communal garden areas and House Managers. Situation: 40, Bickerley Court is centrally located in Ringwood town centre, which offers a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and community facilities. The A31 and A338 provide transportational links to the main centres of Bournemouth (12 miles) Southampton (16 miles) and Salisbury (18 miles). The open New Forest is within two miles distance. Directional Note: 40, Bickerley Court is to the rear section of White Lion Courtyard and can be accessed from the main communal hall to the far end of the development via ground floor door leading to the first floor stairway which incorporates a stair lift. The personal front door for flat 40 is located on this level. The Accommodation Comprises:- Personal Front Door GIVING ACCESS TO: Reception Hall: Upvc double glazed window to the north easterly elevation overlooking the car park and communal gardens, ceiling light point. Emergency pull cord. Coving. "Dimplex" electric night storage heater. Dado rail surround. Open arch to: Inner Hall: Emergency panic pull cord with intercom. Full height door access to airing cupboard housing factory sealed hot water cylinder with slatted shelving. Additional door access to electric meter cupboard with consumer unit trip switch. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Hatch to loft access. Dado rail surround. FROM THE Inner Hall, Door To: SPACIOUS Living Room: 16' (4.88m) into door recess, narrowing to an average of 15'1" x 13'9" (4.6m x 4.19m) into bay window, narrowing to 10'10" (3.3m). Aspect on the south westerly side elevation via upvc double glazed windows overlooking Bickerley Green and the Avon Valley Causeway beyond. Dado rail surround. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Emergency pull cord. Wall mounted telephone intercom. Telephone and television connection points. "Dimplex" electric night storage heater. FROM THE Living Room, Sliding Door Access To: Kitchen: 8'1" x 4'11" (2.46m x 1.5m). Upvc double glazed window to the south westerly elevation overlooking Bickerley Green. Kitchen comprising of single bowl, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with h and c monoblock mixer tap set into a laminate roll top work surface extending to three walls with part tiled detail surround. Range of base cupboards and drawers beneath the work surface. Matching range of wall mounted units above. Inset into the work surface "Siemens" four ring electric hob. To one end of the work surface "Siemens" oven unit. Recess above suitable for microwave. Further storage cupboard above and recess beneath the oven. Recess display at eye level. "Phillips" canopy fan and light unit. Matching range of wall mounted units. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Recess for fridge or freezer unit. FROM THE Reception Hall, Door To: Principal Bedroom: Dressing area with two inset ceiling down lights. Coved and textured ceiling. Twin bifold doors to built-in twin wardrobe cupboard with hanging and shelving and light. From The Dressing Area, Door To: EN-Suite Bath And Cloakroom: 6'10" x 5' (2.08m x 1.52m). Comprising side panelled bath unit with twin inset hand grips, h and c mixer tap with shower attachment and wall mounted bracket, part tiled surround to the bath area. Additional wall hand bracket. Combined low flush w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin with h and c taps. Wall mounted electric towel rail and additional high level electric heater. Wall "Vectaire" extractor fan. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Emergency pull cord. Small hatch to loft area. From The Dressing Area, Open Arch To: Bed Area: 8'3" x 11'2" (2.51m x 3.4m). Twin upvc double glazed casement doors giving access to the balcony and enjoying far reaching views across the Bickerley Green and Avon Valley Causeway and beyond. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. "Dimplex" electric heater unit. Television aerial point. Telephone point. Wall mounted telephone intercom system. FROM THE Inner Hall, Door To: Bedroom 2: 12'11" (3.94m) into door recess, narrowing to 10'11" (3.33m) to the front of the built-in wardrobes x 8'11" (2.72m). Upvc double glazed window to the north easterly elevation overlooking the parking area and communal gardens. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Emergency pull cord. Television aerial point. "Dimplex" electric heater unit. Twin bifold doors to wardrobes with hanging and shelving. FROM THE Inner Hall, Door To: Modern Shower Room: 7'1" x 4'11" (2.16m x 1.5m). Secure upvc double glazed window to the north easterly elevation. Shower cubicle with glazed side screen. Fully tiled to the shower area with fold down seat. Wall hand brackets and mixer control for the shower. Half tiled to one additional wall. Combined low flush w.c. Wash hand basin with h and c mixer tap and vanity storage cupboard beneath. Wall mounted electric heated towel rail. High level electric heater. Mirror fronted wall mounted medicine cabinet. Ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling. Emergency pull cord. Services: Mains water and electricity. Council Tax Band: D Url: Outside: Parking is available at a cost of approximately £;85.00 per annum. Agents Note: The property is leasehold and has a 99 year lease commencing from 1986. The delightful communal gardens and general maintenance of the building are covered by the Service Charge £;1668.00 annually and the ground rent of £;492.38 annually. The Management Company are New Hampshire Estates Ltd, Langness, Woodgaston Lane, Hayling Island, Hampshire PO11 ORL. We are informed that should a potential purchaser have an existing pet, they may take this pet with them to White Lion Courtyard. Dogs are to be kept on leash, in communal areas. There are House Managers and a 24-hour Helpline connected to the internal alarm pull cord system within the cottage. Whitelion Courtyard appreciates the benefit of Laundry And Guest Room Facility which can be hired if guests wish to stay, subject to availability. There are House Managers and a 24 hour helpline connected to the internal alarm pull cord system, within the property. The Property Misdescriptions Act 1991 The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are.
Flat for sale, England, United Kingdom


9th of april, 2013 10:37
Bedrooms: 1
Please quote reference 11365 when enquiring about this property Luxury Urban Living On The South Coast - 2Nd Floor Apartment - One Double Bedroom - Separate Bathroom - Balcony - One Reserved Parking Space - Secure Gated Entrance - Spectacular Views - Communal Gardens Location and Description Purchased new from Berkeley Homes, this 2nd floor, 620 sq ft. one bedroom apartment is fitted to an extremely high standard and has been rarely used. The entrance hall is carpeted and the self closing doors are oak veneered with chrome furniture. The apartment boasts a modern kitchen with top brand integral appliances, a generous bathroom and spacious living area with superb views from the Juliet balcony towards the Solent and Spinnaker Tower, (the centre piece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour). Bedroom - Carpeted - Full height mirrored sliding wardrobe doors - Window - opens in two directions, one of these being for easy cleaning and has views towards the Spinnaker Tower and the Solent - TV/Satalite connection point Kitchen - Stainless steel Siemens single oven and extractor hood - 4 ring Siemens glass ceramic hob - Stainless steel double sink - Integrated and full height Ariston fridge/freezer - Integrated Neff washer/dryer - Integrated Siemens dishwasher - Cupboard for microwave - Laminated worktop with upstand - Ceramic floor tiling - hygienic and easy to clean - Spot lighting to underside of selected wall units and overhead - Nobilia kitchen units in 'powder blue' - TV/Satelite connection point Open Plan Living The living area is carpeted and has duel, full length, double glazed door to access the balcony, with views of the Solent! TV/Satalite connection point on both sides of the balcony doors. Bathroom - White Villeroy and Boch wall hung sanitary ware with chrome fittings - Thermostatically controlled shower - Full length tiling to bath and half height tiling behind basin and WC - Shaver points to bathroom - Showerlux mirrored and illuminated bathroom cabinet - Ceramic tiled floor - hygienic and easy to clean - White heated towel rail Heating And Insulation - Electric central heating radiators throughout - Hot water system by Pulsa Coil 2000 Gledhill Electric Off-Peak Main Pressure System - White heated towel rail in bathroom - PVCu double glazed windows and balcony doors Electrical And Lighting - Chrome switch plates to living room, kitchen area and hall - White twin 13amp sockets throughout - Down-lighters in kitchen, hall and bathroom - Wall light points in living area - dimmer controlled - Two BT and TV points in living room - One TV point in kitchen - One TV point in bedroom Security And Peace Of Mind - Mains fed smoke detector with battery back-up - Video door entry system - by A.S.T. Ltd, with Privacy, Monitor and Door Release Button and TV monitor - Electric entry gate to parking - Allocated and secure underground parking space - Lift to all floors - Ceramic floor tiling to car park level and lift lobby - Entrance matting to ground floor - Lighting to communal walkways - Visitor Parking Permits - Disabled Parking Spaces and Access - Cycle storage area Everything Else - Lease 199 years - from 2003 - Ground Rent - 150 per year - Service Charge paid 1st April and 1st October - Service Charge includes Building Insurance and Water Rates - Council Tax Band - D - There is NO forward chain Overview There are a superb selection of facilities, with everything you need on site for today's comfortable, contemporary living. An array of cafes and restaurants - ie: Costa Coffee, Cafe Rouge, Loch Fyne, Jamie Olivers Italian - Jamie's and Raymond Blancs Blanc to name but a few. Bars - ie: Bar 38, Tiger Tiger and an excellent Fullers pub - The Customs House. Fashion Shops - including: Karen Millen, Ted Baker, Osprey and Lk Bennett. For Entertainment - there is a 14-screen Multiscreen Vue Cinema, a 26 lane Bowlplex Ten Pin Bowling Alley with full size American pool tables and the latest arcade games with licensed bar and restaurant, Grosvenor Casino. Accommodation available at the Holiday Inn. And everyone's favourites: Marks and Spencer, Boots The Chemist and Tesco. To appreciate this lovely apartment and the amazing views from the balcony, viewing is Highly Recommended.
Farm for sale, Worcester


4th of april, 2013 07:40
8.46 acres of land with useful range of farm buildings and stables.
Farm for sale, DT8, West Dorset District


17th of november, 2012 06:48
Bedrooms: 4
A rare opportunity to acquire a traditional barn with planning consent for conversion to a handsome four bedroom property enjoying fabulous views over the surrounding West Dorset countryside. Adjoining the site is an excellent range of farm buildings suitable for a number of agricultural and equestrian end uses. Surrounding the property is an excellent block of productive and versatile undulating and sloping pasture land in total extending to 128.94 acres (52.18ha) or thereabouts, available for sale as a whole or in four lots. A rare opportunity to acquire a traditional stone barn with planning consent for conversion to a 4/5 bedroom property (subject to AOC) enjoying fabulous views over the surrounding West Dorset countryside. Adjoining the site are a versatile range of farm buildings suitable for a number of agricultural and equestrian end uses. Surrounding the property is a productive block of undulating and sloping South facing pasture land in total extending to 143.54 acres (58.08 ha) or thereabouts. Available for sale as a whole or in four lots. Hillside Farm is situated on the northern fringe of the sought after hamlet of Seaborough which lies some 4 miles north west of the renowned West Dorset town of Beaminster, approximately 2.5 miles south of Crewkerne. Chard is situated approximately 7 miles to the west and the larger commercial centre of Yeovil is some 11 miles to the north east and Bridport some 8 miles due south. The Dorset coast is located some 11 miles due south. The intercity train line to London (Waterloo) is accessed at Crewkerne. A303 access is about 8 miles due north providing a direct east/west route, linking with the M3 to London. Golf clubs at Yeovil, Lyme Regis, Sherborne and Windwhistle. Excellent private schools in the area including Hazelgrove at Sparkford, Perrott Hill at North Perrott, Sherborne Schools, Taunton Schools and Millfield at Street. National Hunt racing at Wincanton and Taunton.
Farm for sale, Darlington


5th of april 06:26
Spacious and well appointed barn offering four bedroomed accommodation, in a select and private location. The Low Walworth site offers a superb opportunity to buy a quality family home in the small community of only five dwellings in total including the existing dwellings, with high levels of privacy and set in open countryside with good access to Darlington, Bishop Auckland and the A1M. The property has imaginative design and in addition will have a substantial garden and car parking for two cars. Paddocks and horse grazing are also available separately, for those who are interested in equestrian pursuits. A two storey barn to the western extent of the development, having kitchen/breakfast, hall, study, sitting room, four double bedrooms (the master bedroom being en suite) and family bathroom. The kitchen and sitting room face the courtyard to the south and west, in addition to gardens surrounding the west and north elevations. Within the courtyard and for sale with the subject property is a further byre premises of stone built construction backing to a neighbouring property 14.42m x 4.62m with light and power. This is provided for storage purposes only. An overage clause will be retained on this building at 50% of any uplift in value if alternative uses are subsequently sought, other than for storage purposes. The property will share a private road with rights of access being legally granted as part of the title from the north. Upon inspection you will note farm buildings exist to the immediate north of the current farm building ranges. These farm buildings, with the exception of the westernmost barn, are to be removed and the road re-routed, providing immediate back drop of paddock in accordance with the plans. The area offered is shown upon the attached plan outlined red. The position is unique and gives individuals an amazing opportunity to enjoy country living within a small select community. Early viewing is highly recommended. Details Viewings strictly by appointment through the selling agents. The sale is by private treaty. Copies of the full plans and planning permissions are available to interested parties. The details are produced with the kind permission of Heritage North C/O Mr Jim Gordon, 4 Linwood Grove, Darlington, Co Durham DL3 8DP, Tel: . Mr Jim Gordon has extensive knowledge as to the planning permission and will be of assistance with any specific planning enquiries. Services Mains water and electricity are available to the site. In respect of water supplies, individuals will need to place their own check meter in at the boundary of their property and should be liable for their installation and subsequent usage. Electricity shall be the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the sufficiency for the purpose of installation. The vendors who own the adjoining land will make available land sufficient to install a separate septic tank and soak away. The vendors do however reserve the right to mutually use the septic tank and soak away for their own uses, paying a reasonable portion of the cost of the subsequent maintenance and repair of the septic tank and pipe work, on the assumption that they elect to use the system. Viewing Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Addisons.
House for sale,


12th of february 09:39
Bedrooms: 5
An outstanding period farmhouse in one of the most tranquil positions in North Hampshire set in perfect rural surroundings and yet remaining accessible. Main House Sitting room * Dining room * Family room * Kitchen/breakfast room * Utility * Study * Master bedroom with en suite bathroom * 4 further bedrooms * 2 bathrooms * Energy efficiency: Band E * The Old Coach House Energy efficiency: Band E Outside Gardens, grounds and paddock in total 4.01 acres (1.62 hectares) Andover 6 miles, Hungerford 12 miles, Newbury 14 miles, Winchester 25 miles, Salisbury 25 miles (all distances are approximate) Note When looking on Google you will note there is a public right of way which runs past the property in a north to south direction. Please note that this is a tarmacadam road up to Whistlers Farm and beyond it is not accessible for vehicles.    Furthermore the chicken houses which are shown on the land of an adjoining property are to be demolished pending the decision of The local Planning Authority to grant planning permission for a country house to be built to the highest of standards. Whistlers Farm Whistlers Farm has a rich history and is recorded in the will of John Whistler, who died in the late 1720’s. His affluent family were involved in the wool trade and lived at Inkpen but also farmed in Tangley. In those days, Whistlers was known as Cow Down Farm and comprised more than 100 acres, then considered a large farm. Around that time the name changed to Whistlers Farm and in the Victorian times it became the home of Sir William Poor, and then part of the Merceron Estate. After the first World War it came into the possession of the Sturt family, who remained at Whistlers until 1969 when the current owners bought the property. Description and accommodation The farmhouse was built of mellow red brick and flint elevations under a tiled roof. The accommodation has an abundance of character with well proportioned rooms which have been altered and extended over the years. In our opinion the building has potential for further accommodation subject to appropriate planning consents being obtained. The present arrangement (as shown on the floor plan) creates a wonderful family house with very good accommodation on the first floor while the ground floor layout offers flexibility. The heart of the house is in the kitchen which benefits from an Aga. The bread oven in the sitting room can only be greatly admired. A short distance from the farmhouse is The Old Coach House built of brick and flint elevations under a slate roof. It was converted 30 years ago and provides valuable additional accommodation, (as shown on the floor plan), which can be used as ancillary to the main house or as self-contained space to meet an owners requirements. Outside The range of very useful outbuildings enclose the property on the eastern boundary. These include brick and slate stables together with adjoining store and a large and extremely useful Implement shed/Workshop which has the benefit of split phase power. (The extent of the outbuildings is shown on the floor plan). It is the outstanding position of Whistlers Farm that makes it such a very special property. The south facing gardens ideally compliment the house and are a most attractive feature. Mainly laid to lawn with numerous bushes, shrubs, mature trees and there is also a small woodland belt on the western boundary. To the rear of the house there is further garden with a vegetable patch and paddock. On the northern boundary is another meadow and orchard area. The whole extends to 4.01 acres (as shown edged red on the plan). The Location Whistlers Farm is in a wonderfully rural and magical location in the midst of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Hampshire. It is surrounded by farmland on all its boundaries and benefits from far reaching views over the adjoining Hampshire countryside with the possibility of seeing the Isle of Wight on a very clear day. The North Hampshire Downs are loved equally by walkers and riders alike and are close to the upper reaches of the Test Valley. To the north and west, the Chute villages and the Wiltshire Downs are criss-crossed with ancient long distance paths and provide an area rich with opportunities for a range of country pursuits. The village of Tangley is nearby and renowned for its two famous pubs, The Fox and The Cricketers. The neighbouring village of Hatherden has a primary school (rated good by Ofsted). Local amenities are available in the nearby village of Hurstbourne Tarrant whilst a more comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and leisure facilities are available in Andover, Hungerford, Newbury and the Cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury. There are a number of highly regarded independent schools in the area including Rookwood School in Andover (approximately 5 miles), and Farleigh and Cheam preparatory schools (approximately 7 and 12 miles respectively).Towards Newbury there is Thorngrove, Horris Hill and St Gabriel’s. There is a good range of secondary schools in Newbury, Andover and Winchester. Nearby public schools include Winchester College, Marlborough College and Downe House. There are mainline railway stations in Andover (providing services to London Waterloo in just over an hour) and Newbury (providing services to London Paddington in just under an hour). The A343 Andover to Newbury road is close, providing access to both the A303 and A34 and allowing convenient access to London (via the M3), the West Country and the North as well as connecting with the M4 motorway at junction 13. Please note photographs were taken in the Summer of 2013 and include views of the property as well as over the adjoining countryside.
Farm for sale, Llantwit Major


17th of november, 2012 01:42
Bedrooms: 6
Moorlands Farm comprises of a farmhouse and wing with up to 6 bedrooms, extensive period outbuildings with planning permission for conversion to two dwellings and 127 acres of agricultural pasture land. The farmhouse is a classic rendered stone building with an 'L' shaped return. It has three well proportioned reception rooms along with various domestic offices. The 4 main bedrooms are in use with 2 further ones currenty not.This extensive accommodation gives enormous potential for varying different formats and usage. Moorlands Farm has a good south east facing garden with lawns and a pair of interesting Monkey trees and a large courtyard to the rear. There are a number of traditional stone built outbuildings stillused for agricultural purposes. 2 principal buildings total 494 sq m and the main building has planning permission for conversion to 2 residential units. There are a number of more modern farm buildings to the south and west of the house used for rearing livestock. The land lies in a ring fence around the property and extends to 127 aces.The soil is associated with the Ston Easton soil series and noted for cropping and land use of dairying, livestock rearing and cereals Cowbridge 5 miles Cardiff 20 miles (Distances approximate)
House for sale,


12th of february 09:43
Bedrooms: 3
Marine & Sailing Club   3 miles   Portsmouth 10 miles   Havant 3 miles   London 80 miles A fascinating period house with separate self-contained annexe in a secluded location, bordering open farmland within a short distance of the water of Chichester and Langstone Harbour, yet within easy reach of Havant Station and a mainline service to London. Entrance Hall   Cloakroom   Drawing Room   Dining Room   Garden Room   Kitchen/Breakfast Room   Utility Room 2 Bedrooms   Bathroom   Separate Barn Annexe: Hallway   Cloakroom   Kitchen/Breakfast Room   First Floor Landing  Bedroom/Home Office   Bathroom   Integral Double Garage   Landscaped Gardens with Covered Decked Veranda Water Feature   Summerhouse Generous parking and self-contained annexe Beautifully landscaped gardens Period character and features Remote controlled gated entrance The original building may date from the 18th Century and was originally a farm building belonging to neighbouring North Farm, which was once owned by Clement Attlee's sister. This is a particularly attractive building with ship's beams visible within the walls which in part are built of stone, believed to have come from the Channel Islands and France. The entrance hall provides access to two cosy reception rooms each with exposed beams and open fireplaces. From the dining room, double casement doors open onto a charming garden room with part vaulted ceiling and exposed stonework. From here, a door leads directly onto the covered decked veranda and the landscaped gardens. A kitchen/breakfast room lies beyond the dining room, in turn leading to a separate utility room. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, each with a fitted dressing table and matching wardrobes, sharing a family bathroom. North Farm Cottage is approached from a no-through lane via remote controlled gates opening onto an entrance shared with the neighbouring house. The sweeping gravelled drive passes an ornamental pond with willow tree, stocked with Koi carp, and leading past well stocked borders and mature trees to a generous parking area. Here there is also a detached barn style garage with self-contained annexe. A hallway leads to a cloakroom and well fitted kitchen/dining room. The integral double garage on the opposite side of the hall could be converted to a well proportioned reception room, if desired. Upstairs, there is a large double bedroom/home office and bathroom. This adaptable building is equally suited to providing a separate office for those looking to work from home, or providing a self contained annexe to use by dependent relatives, external family or a home and income opportunity. A lytchgate to the south side of the house and a vine clad pergola to the north leads through to the beautifully landscaped gardens behind the house. A door from the garden room opens onto the picturesque covered deck, set against the exposed stone walls of the house and sheltered by a vaulted beamed ceiling. A step leads down to a terrace and circular sitting area, sheltered by a eucalyptus tree. From here you can look over the lawn to well stocked borders and various focal points. To the north east lies a further terrace with steps up to a six sided summerhouse with pretty peg tiled roof. A pergola screen leads to an attractive stone pathway with garden lighting, ending in a secluded sitting area with waterfall and stream. A hazel arch covers a short pathway back to the lawn and two further hazel covered pathways lead to a screened walkway along the north and eastern boundaries, which this leads in one corner to a garden shed and greenhouse. Hayling Island lies between Chichester and Portsmouth, jutting out into the waters of Langstone Harbour. Large parts of Hayling retain a peaceful rural atmosphere supporting arable and livestock farming, sites of special scientific interest and wildlife havens. There are 4 miles of beaches, including a blue flag beach at the end of St Catherines Road. Communications are good, with the A27 providing convenient links to the national motorway network and the mainline station at Havant with a regular service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 17 minutes. A passenger/bike ferry runs from south-west Hayling to Southsea. There are a number of local schools on the island and Portsmouth High School for Girls and Portsmouth Grammar School are both within ready travelling distance. There is a wide choice of local shops on the island, which also has its own theatre and a number of clubs and societies for a wide range of interests and ages. Hayling Island is the home of windsurfing and has a well-established kite surfing centre. Hayling Island Sailing Club hosts national and world class events, having access to Chichester Harbour and The Solent. Hayling also has a marina and other sailing clubs. The golf club has a links course and has spectacular views over the sea. Seacourt Raquets Club has a real tennis court as well as courts for lawn tennis and squash, a fitness centre, bar and restaurant. The city of Portsmouth, some 14 miles to the west, has many attractions including an excellent range of shopping facilities, the historic Portsmouth Naval Dockyards, home to HMS Warrior and HMS Victory, and the excellent shopping and leisure facilities of Gun Wharf Quay. There are regular ferries to the Isle of Wight and cross-channel ferry services reaching France in around 5 hours.
House for sale, Bramdean


12th of february 09:45
Description The Buildings at Wolfhanger Farm are an extensive range of former poultry buildings previously used primarily for caged egg production but including both barn and free range production. The last flock was removed from the property in December 2011 and the buildings have remained empty since then. The majority of the cages have been removed from the buildings leaving the building structures intact although some repair and maintenance work is required. The buildings split into two main ranges with 3 buildings to the North of the site which were are of steel portal frame construction with half height blockwork and profile cladding to sides and roof. This range extends to approximately 5, 660 sq m in total. At the Southern end of the site are three more former poultry buildingsall constructed over 50 years ago and built of a half blockwork wall and timber frame structure with externally clad timber walls and asbestos sheet roofs.   . In total this second range extends to approximately 3, 230 sq m. In addition to the 6 buildings described above there are several ancillary buildings as below :- Profile Clad former Egg Store 105 sq m Blockwork former Poultry House 107 sq m Nissen Hut   72 sq m Timber Frame former Staff Room 164 sq m Nissen Hut 129 sq m Steel Portal Frame former Muck Store 325 sq m Please note that the building sizes are approximate only and given to provide guidance. Buyers should not rely upon the sizes given in these particulars as some of the sizes have been scaled off plans rather than measured on site. If the exact size of a particular building is important then prospective purchasers should contact the Agent for verification of that buildings exact dimensions. The buildings are situated to the north east of the village of Bramdean. The property is accessed over a right of way for agricultural purposes which will be granted by the Vendors over the access track from the public highway The Property will be sold subject to a restrictive covenant limiting its use to agriculture only. Services - Three phase electricity. Private water supplied from a third party. The farm also has a non potable extraction licence. Further details available from the Agents. PLEASE NOTE THAT VIEWING IS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT THROUGH THE AGENTS DUE TO THE NATURE OF THE FARM BUILDINGS.
Farm for sale, DT8, West Dorset District


10th of april, 2013 17:01
Lot 1 - Guide Price 60, 000 Extending to 3.95 acres, the property consists of an attractive level field of pasture with small stream to the northern boundary. Adjoining concrete yard area with range of farm buildings. For Sale by Public Auction on 29th May 2013 at The Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster, Somerset TA19 9AR at 3pm. (unless sold prior) Two separate properties comprising a block of gently sloping pasture land extending to 15.74 acres and nearby a separate parcel of land extending to 3.95 acres with range of farm buildings and concrete yard area. The properties are accessed via a no through road public highway as shown on the attached plan. Lot 1 - extending to 3.95 acres, the property consists of an attractive level field of pasture with small stream to the northern boundary. Adjoining concrete yard area with range of buildings as set out below:- Buildings: Storage Barn - 9.25m x 12.37m Dutch Barn with Lean-to constructed of steel frame under GI roof and sides, gate to front. Storage Building - 13.50m x 5.26m Single pitch building constructed of concrete block walls, concrete floors under FC roof, windows and doors to the front. Outbuilding - 9.23m x 4.28m Red brick walls under asbestos roof and concrete floors in need of repair. Storage Building - 84m x 8.09m Timber framed under GI roof and sides. Former Chicken Shed - 6.17m x 3m The buildings are accessed via a gateway directly from Common Water Lane to a useful concrete yard area. Land To the rear of the buildings is a level pasture field extending to 3.95 acres surrounded by mature boundary hedges with a spearate access gateway directly to the lane and to the northern boundary an attractive stream to supply water to the property. The property could be used for a number of uses including agriculture, equestrian or smallholders. The property enjoys a sheltered position but also enjoys far reaching views to the north and west. The properties enjoy a quiet and peaceful location in a desirable and attractive area of West Dorset. The small village of Broadwindsor offers a range of facilities including public houses, shops and a school. Located 2 1/2 miles to the east is the attractive town of Beaminster and within easy distance are the towns of Crewkerne to the north and Bridport to the south.
Farm for sale, Shildon


8th of april, 2014 22:36
An interesting development opportunity comprising a significant range of traditional farm buildings with consent to convert into 7 residential units. Eldon Hall Barns are pleasantly situated in the hamlet of Old Eldon, north east of Shildon. The buildings are of predominantly dressed stone construction and are surrounded by former stack yards together with some attractive amenity land and woodland to the west. The whole property extends to 3.54 acres (1.43 hectares) or thereabouts. There is planning consent for the conversion of the buildings to create 7 single and two storey houses. Google Map: 54.641336 x -1.620201 You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.
House for sale,


12th of february 09:45
Bedrooms: 4
* UNIQUE CONVERTED FARM BUILDING * SIX BEDROOMS * STUNNING SITTING ROOM * ENVIABLE SEMI RURAL LOCATION * FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN * MUST BE VIEWED! * This unique property must be viewed to be fully appreciated. This former farm building has been converted to create superb, deceptively spacious accommodation, in a most enviable semi rural setting on the outskirts of the village of Sopley. A particular feature is the stunning sitting room with high beamed vaulted ceiling, and brick built fireplace and chimney breast. There is scope to create further accommodation or a self contained annexe.
House for sale,


17th of september, 2013 01:36
Bedrooms: 6
Gun Wharf Quays 13.5 miles   Emsworth 7 miles   Havant 5 miles   Chichester 16 miles   London 78 miles A beautifully appointed family house of great character, individually designed and built to the owners' exacting specifications some 17 years ago and situated in one of the most desirable locations on Hayling Island close to local golf and sailing facilities. Reception Hall   Cloakroom   Drawing Room   Dining Room   Study   Sitting Room   Breakfast Room   Kitchen   North Hall   Utility Room   Studio   5 Bedrooms   Balcony to Principal Suite   2 Bathrooms (1 en-suite)   2 En-Suite Shower Rooms    Dressing Room   Deep Walk-In Wardrobes   Integral Double Garage   Gardens " Adaptable lay-out with potential for creation of self-contained annexe. " 4892 sq.ft. " Built using hand-made bricks and clay tiles. " Large prize winning Garden " High quality oak joinery This unique family home has been built to exacting standards using high quality hand-made clay tiles and bricks and exceptional hardwood and oak internal joinery. The house is built on a double plot in one of the best locations on Hayling Island, surrounded by award winning gardens skilfully planted with many points of interest. The visitor cannot help but be impressed by the exceptionally spacious Reception Hall, with its custom built 3-tier oak staircase rising to the galleried landing above and a 16' high ceiling. Directly ahead double doors open onto the dining room with views straight out to the garden beyond. The spacious drawing room is over 23' in length with handsome stone fireplace and a south-facing bay looking over the terrace and gardens. A nearby study provides a dedicated working area and from the North Hall there is a studio which can provide a second study/home office if required with its own access away from the main living areas. Ideal for those looking to work from home. Beyond the formal living areas a well-proportioned sitting room with attractive brick fireplace leads through to a south facing conservatory and adjacent breakfast room for informal family meals and entertaining. The spacious kitchen is fitted with matching light oak fronted cupboards complete with walk-in larder and a good range of integrated appliances. Beyond the kitchen lies the north hall leading to a separate utility room, studio and integral double garage. It is thought that these rooms could be used, together with bedroom 5, the adjacent shower room and dressing room to create a self-contained annexe, subject to compliance with building regulations. The first floor accommodation is similarly well-appointed with an impressive principal bedroom suite complete with walk-in wardrobes, bathroom and south facing balcony. Bedrooms 2 and 3 each have their own shower rooms and deep walk-in wardrobes. Bedrooms 4 & 5 have the use of the family bathroom and bedroom 5 with its dressing room and store room could make an excellent childrens' play area. Outside, The Rick is approached from the north by an entrance flanked by brick piers leading to a stone shingled drive and parking area sheltered by an attractive brick wall to the east with garden lighting. Steps lead up to an area of lawn with borders and a well-established beech hedge along the western boundary. The garden is predominantly south facing, approached via doors from both the dining room and conservatory. A raised terrace provides sheltered sitting areas adjacent to the house and conservatory. From here, steps lead down to a central area of lawn around which skilful planting and landscaping has created various focal points. To the south east a gently curving brick pathway leads past a beautifully stocked border to a sheltered brick-set sitting area surrounded by shrubs, plum tree and contorted willow. From here, the view across the lawn leads to a neatly clipped yew hedge with bench seat recess. A pergola covered opening leads behind this to a grass walkway, passing by shaped borders and a further trellis covered sitting area to a focal point for garden statuary. Looking back to the house the visitor passes a neat area of vegetable garden with cold frame, garden shed and brick compost bins. A brick pathway leads under a yew arch, past an ornamental pond returning to the house. The whole has been designed and planted with a great deal of care and there are many interesting and unusual trees providing colour and interest throughout the seasons. These include Indian Bean Tree, Mimosa, Crab Apple and Olive. Hayling Island lies between Chichester and Portsmouth, jutting out into the waters of Langstone Harbour. Large parts of Hayling retain a peaceful rural atmosphere supporting arable and livestock farming, sites of special scientific interest and wildlife havens. There are 4 miles of beaches, including a blue flag beach at the end of St Catherines Road itself. Communications are good, with the A27 providing convenient links to the national motorway network and the mainline station at Havant with a regular service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 17 minutes. A passenger/bike ferry runs from south-west Hayling to Southsea. There are a number of local schools on the island and Portsmouth High School for Girls and Portsmouth Grammar School are both within ready travelling distance. There is a wide choice of local shops on the island, which also has its own theatre and a number of clubs and societies for a wide range of interests and ages. Hayling Island is the home of windsurfing and has a well-established kite surfing centre. Hayling Island Sailing Club hosts national and world class events, having access to Chichester Harbour and The Solent. Hayling also has a marina and other sailing clubs. The golf club has a links course and has spectacular views over the sea. Seacourt Raquets Club has a real tennis court as well as courts for lawn tennis and squash, a fitness centre, bar and restaurant. The city of Portsmouth, some 14 miles to the west, has many attractions including an excellent range of shopping facilities, the historic Portsmouth Naval Dockyards, home to HMS Warrior and HMS Victory, and the excellent shopping and leisure facilities of Gun Wharf Quay. There are regular ferries to the Isle of Wight and cross-channel ferry services reaching France in around 5 hours.
Farm for sale, Ellesmere Port, Merseyside


8th of april, 2014 22:36
Bedrooms: 4
DIRECTIONS Proceeding from Manchester or Chester heading north on the M53, leave at Junction 5 taking the first exit left (south) the A41 New Chester Road and Hooton Road the B5133 is first right (at the traffic lights). Proceed for approximately 100 yards and The Woodcote Hotel will be seen ont he left hand side and immediately adjacent is the entrance to Chestnut Farm. Outstanding development retaining the original farm house and converting adjoining stables and barns to create eleven spacious homes built around a central courtyard with each having its own private garden to rear. These redundant farm buildings were acquired by Courtyard Developments (North West) Ltd and full planning con sent granted to create a superb development of 3 storey houses and single storey cottages around a central courtyard. The development briefly comprises of the original farmhouse which is to be refurbished, six converted bungalows and five 3 storey linked houses - all units to have two allocated car parking spaces. Each unit will have its own private garden to the rear and in addition there are two nearby paddocks available for sale. The original brick farm buildings are being altered, cleaned and repointed, original slated roofs are being retained and refurbished where necessary with full insulation to modern standards. Internally, the best of the old has been retained combined with high quality modern appliances and fittings with for excample much use made of original exposed roof trusses and rafters with superbly fitted kitchens having Ellis furniture units with granite worktops, Ideal Standard sanitaryware, double glazed timber framed windows and gas fired central heating. Hooton is a small hamlet just outside the attractive village of Willaston and is also under 2 miles from the local shoppping centre of Little Sutton. This development, therefore, lies in a very peaceful rural location but is, however, only one third of a mile from Junction 5 of the M53 motorway access point for very easy commuting to Chester (10 miles), Liverpool (17 miles) and a 30 minute drive from Manchester airport. Hooton also has the advantage of its own railway station with direct train services to Chester and Birkenhead for Liverpool. The area is particularly well served with local amenities including the nearby Childer Thornton primary school, the well known David Lloyd Sports Centre at Cheshire Oaks with tennis, squash, swimming pool and sports facilities, Cheshire Oaks spacious outlet shopping centre, cinema and restaurant ocmplex plus a most attractive choice of local country pubs in surroudning villages including Willaston and the well known local pub/restaurant The Chimneys in Hooton itself. Sporting facilities are well located on Wirral with sailing on the Dee Estuary plus a choice of very well known golf clubs. CHESTNUT FARM, HOOTON ROAD, HOOTON - SPECIFICATION WALLS External walls to be cleaned and pointed. Drylined internally and insulated. ROOFS Existing slated roofs retained where possible, overhauled and fully insulated. New slate roofs and insulation where appropriate. WINDOWS New timber framed double glazing throughout, including French doors where appropriate. Glazing by 'K' glass (reduces condensation, fuel bills for greater comfort). FRONT DOORS Painted timber with double glazed windows. Some with side panels. MECHANICAL VENTILATION Extractor systems fitted to kitchen, bathrooms, internal w.c.'s and utility rooms (where appropriate). KITCHENS Fully integrated kitchens with oak cupboards & granite worktops. 'Electolux' appliances including stainless steel double oven & gas hob (5-burner), fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Stainless steel sink and curved glass extractor hood with light. Ceramic 'cottage style' ceramic floor tiles. BATHROOMS/CLOAKROOM 'Ideal Standard' sanitary ware in white, chrome heated towel rails (incorporating radiator), shaver sockets in bathrooms. Ceramic tiled floors. Wall tiles to half height and in showers. ALARM SYSTEM Fully alarmed with 'Accent' system. ELECTRICAL Generous electrical specification to NHBC standards Mains operated smoke alarm TV aerial points to lounge and bedrooms Telephone points in lounge and some bedrooms CENTRAL HEATING Gas fired central heating boiler installed with thermostatically controlled radiators. GARDENS Front gardens will be turfed. Pathways in stone sets. Courtyard parking bays will be asphalted as with access driveway. Conservation gravel drive to houses with parking at rear. External lighting supplied. Rear garden will be levelled, part turfed and ready for planting. Water tap to front and rear. Front and rear outside light.
Farm for sale,


14th of march 05:08
Bedrooms: 7
Green Farm, Ashton NEAR OUNDLE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE PE8 5LD OUNDLE 2 MILES | PETERBOROUGH 13 MILES | CAMBRIDGE 41 MILES | LONDON 80 MILES A SUPERB RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FARM IN EAST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE GREEN FARM HOUSE 7 bedroom Grade II listed farmhouse, garden and paddock in 6.65 acres WEST LODGE 3 bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage in 2.69 acres SHEPHERDESS COTTAGE 1 bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage Traditional Farm Buildings with DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, subject to planning 1, 000 tonne GRAINSTORE 533.46 acres of ARABLE LAND 69.48 acres of PASTURE LAND 58.46 acres of WOODLAND ISLAND and Frontage to the River Nene In all about 676.76 ACRES (273.88 Hectares). FOR SALE AS A WHOLE OR IN 21 LOTS TELEPHONE BLETSOES, OAKLEIGH HOUSE, THRAPSTON, KETTERING, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE NN14 4LJ SITUATION Green Farm is located in a part of rural East Northamptonshire that is characterised by attractive stone built villages, with Ashton being a model village built around 1900, designed by the renowned architect, William Huckvale. This attractive and unique country estate is conveniently located near to the commercial centres of Peterborough, Northampton and Cambridge, with direct rail services from Peterborough to London Kings Cross (from 51 minutes), and easy access to the A14 (Junction 13) and the A1 (Junction 17). Oundle is a bustling market town dominated by the spire of St Peters church and with the buildings of the renowned public school at its heart. The town benefits from a broad range of facilities including many family run shops, restaurants and businesses centred around the Georgian Market Place; a Waitrose supermarket; a weekly market and a monthly farmers' market; doctors' surgery, a number of churches and community facilities, library, and a great variety of sports clubs and activities, as well as theatres and art galleries. A broader range of recreational, shopping and commercial services can be found close by in Peterborough. Primary education is available at either Oundle Primary School or nearby Polebrook Church of England School, with secondary education at Prince William School in Oundle. Private education is available at the well respected Oundle School, providing a day primary school (Laxton Junior School), and day and boarding at Oundle School from age 11. Within the region there are a number of other private schools of national repute including Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford. There are excellent sporting and leisure facilities nearby, with sports clubs in Oundle; fishing at Eyebrook and Rutland Water; sailing at Rutland Water, Grafham Water and Thrapston; racing at Huntingdon and Newmarket; golf at Oundle and Elton Furze; and hunting with the Fitzwilliam Hunt or alternatively with the Cottesmore, Woodland Pytchley or Oakley. DIRECTIONS For Green Farm House, take the A605 towards Oundle, and at the roundabout, follow the road signposted Ashton and Polebrook. After approximately half a mile, turn left into Ashton village. Green Farm House is located down a small road to the right after the Chequered Skipper public house. POST CODE PE8 5LD GENERAL GREEN FARM, Ashton is an outstanding residential and commercial small estate located close to the popular historic town of Oundle and with excellent access to the motorway network and to the main line train stations. The farmhouse is in a secluded location on the edge of the picturesque village of Ashton, with the majority of the farm land located between the villages of Polebrook, Ashton and the market town of Oundle. Forming part of the Ashton Wold Estate, it is believed this is the first time Green Farm, Ashton has been offered on the open market for over 150 years. Green Farm House is an attractive Grade II listed stone and brick farmhouse under a Collyweston roof, providing spacious accommodation over three floors. West Lodge is a picturesque thatched lodge house on the edge of the village of Ashton. Shepherdess Cottage is a thatched cottage capable of providing supporting accommodation to Green Farm House. The traditional barns located to the north of the village of Ashton are suitable for redevelopment, subject to planning. The farmland comprises 533.46 acres of arable land at Ashton and Polebrook; 69.48 acres of meadow land some with frontage to the River Nene; and 58.46 acres of woodland. In addition, a separate island surrounded by the River Nene and the Mill Race provides additional amenity appeal. Lot 1 : GREEN FARM HOUSE Green Farm House is a Grade II Listed stone and brick farmhouse standing in a secluded position on the fringe of the picturesque conservation village of Ashton. It offers spacious family accommodation arranged over three floors exceeding 4, 000 . and enjoying mature gardens, a range of outbuildings and adjoining paddock land in total extending to approximately 6.65 acres. There is the ability to purchase additional land forming other lots within the sale. The accommodation which benefits from oil fired central heating briefly comprises:- ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Entrance porch, cloakroom/w.c., reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room open plan to kitchen/breakfast room, family room, utility/w.c., store and boot room ON THE FIRST FLOOR there are five double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate w.c. ON THE SECOND FLOOR there are two further attic bedrooms. OUTSIDE: The mature gardens, outdoor swimming pool and adjoining paddock land lie principally to the South and West elevations. To the front of the property is an adjoining seven bay open fronted barn providing undercover parking. A gated gravelled driveway leads to the front courtyard and gives access to a range of single and two storey barns and stabling. There is a rear paved walled courtyard with wood store and w.c., boiler house and potting shed. Lot 2 : SHEPHERDESS COTTAGE Shepherdess Cottage comprises a charming Grade II listed semi-detached stone and thatched cottage. The cottage has recently been refurbished and provides compact accommodation arranged over two floors and would be ideally suited as a staff cottage for Green Farmhouse, a holiday cottage or 'Buy to Let' investment. The accommodation which benefits from electric storage heating comprises: ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Canopied vestibule. Siting room 18'2" x 9'11" with feature fireplace, two storage heaters, two windows to the front elevation and enclosed stairs to the first floor. Kitchen Fitted with a modern range of kitchen units, understairs storage cupboard and two windows to the rear elevation. ON THE FIRST FLOOR: Landing leating to Bedroom - 15'7" max x 11'5" max. Semi vaulted ceiling, electric panel radiator and window to the front elevation. Shower room Recently re-fitted with full suite incorporating shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Window to the front elevation. OUTSIDE There is a charming walled cottage style front garden and large mature rear garden with outside former w.c. Lot 3 : GREEN FARM YARD Green Farm Yard is located on the edge of the village of Ashton, forming part of the existing built form of Ashton, according to the local planning authority. It comprises a number of buildings, used in part as workshops and in part for the farming enterprise within a total site of about 1.88 acres. The buildings are detailed in the schedule. A Pre-Application Enquiry has been made of the local planning authority which has indicated that buildings 3, 4, 5, 7 and 9 appear to be suitable for conversion to residential use. A copy of the Pre-Application Enquiry and the local planning authority's response is available in the Information Pack. Whilst included as a single lot, the Sellers are willing to consider sales of parts. Lot 4 : West Lodge West Lodge is a stunning 'Chocolate Box' Grade II listed stone and thatched detached lodge house located just outside of the conservation village of Ashton and presents a rare opportunity to acquire a family home standing in a picturesque rural position enjoying outstanding far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside with a large plot and adjoining land extending to about 2.69 acres in total. The accommodation which is arranged over two floors benefits from oil fired central heating and briefly comprises:- ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Entrance hall, sitting room with feature octagonal stone mullion window, kitchen/diner and pantry, ground floor family bathroom. ON THE FIRST FLOOR: landing and three good sized bedrooms. There is a canopied veranda around the property, integral store, boiler room and w.c. OUTSIDE there is a private gated driveway providing ample off road parking. West Lodge enjoys a large mature garden principally laid to lawn with mature trees and including a large shed with green house. West Lodge is for sale with approximately 2.22 acres of additional adjoining land. Lot 5 : (61.87 acres), Lot 6 : (90.93 acres), Lot 7 : (67.73 acres) & Lot 8 : (220.98 acres) In all, approximately 441.51 acres of arable land, interspersed around the villages of Ashton and Polebrook. Classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales, the soil is predominantly of the Hanslope, Moreton and Oxpasture Soil Associations, according to the Soil Survey of England and Wales. The land comprises good sized regular shaped fields with easy access and capable of producing consistently strong yielding combinable crops. The land is included in an Entry Level Stewardship Scheme agreement, which expires on 31st May 2016. The land has been claimed under the Single Payment Scheme and is eligible under the Basic Payment Scheme. A right of way will be reserved for Lot 17 along part of the southern boundary of Lot 8, if the lots are sold separately. Lot 9 : Land at Elmington The Land at Elmington forms arable land extending to approximately 23.38 acres, classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales, and of the Fladbury 1 Soil Ass...
Farm for sale, East Devon, Devon


15th of february, 2014 16:21
Auction guide price: 180, 000+ This property is available post auction. For more information or the legal documents concerning this property, please contact Countrywide Property Auctions on . Barn with Grant of Conditional Planning Permission for conversion to a 3 reception/4 bedroom (1 en-suite) dwelling. LOCATION Set in a secluded rural location in the East Devon Countryside between the villages of Churchinford, Bishopswood, Upottery and Yarcombe, with easy access to the A303 which gives access to Honiton and Chard both c. 8 miles, Taunton junction 25 only c. 12 miles with mainline links to London Paddington and the South west. Exeter City centre approx 20 miles having its International Airport. DESCRIPTION An opportunity to acquire an attached stone barn which has the benefits from planning permission for conversion. We are informed that the gross internal floor area of the barn is: Ground floor of 126.64m2 (1, 363sqft) plus First Floor of 111.51m2 (1, 200sqft) giving a total floor area of c. 238.15m2 (2, 564sqft) PROPOSED ACCOMMODATION: A large L shaped barn that is attached to barn 2, having kitchen, utility, w/c, three reception rooms on the ground floor with the first floor having four bedrooms (1en-suite) and a bathroom. To the rear is a large garden area, there is also a communal courtyard to the front. TENURE Freehold PLANNING Grant of Conditional Planning Permission has been granted by East Devon District Council Ref:13/1282/FUL for conversion of three farm buildings to dwellings at Wychford Farm, Yarcombe, Honiton EX14 9LZ on 21st October 2013. Interested parties are referred to East Devon District Council and the information provided within the Legal Pack relating to this property. EPC Energy Efficiency Rating Not required Auction Surveyor - Audrey smith VIEWING Strictly by appointment with our agents Fulfords Honiton Tel Email and Fulfords Land and Planning Tel Email BARN 3 Barn 3 This large barn is “L” shaped and attached to Barn 2, it has a kitchen, utility, w/c and 3 reception rooms on the ground floor with 4 brdrooms (1 ensuite) and a bathroom on the first floor and a large rear garden. We are informed that the gross internal floor areas of the barn are: Ground Floor area of 126.64m2 (1, 363sqft) plus First Floor area of 111.51m2 (1, 200sqft) giving a total floor area of 238.15m2 (2, 564sqft). LOCATION The barns are situated in a secluded rural setting fairly central between the nearby villages of Churchinford, Bishopswood, Upottery and Yarcombe, yet with access to the A303 being only circa one mile away. The towns of Honiton and Chard are both only c. 8 miles distant and the County town of Taunton is only c. 12 miles with its connection to the M5 motorway at J25 and its mainline rail connection with commuting trains to London Paddington, and its wealth of schools, shops and other amenities. Approximately 20 miles to the south west is the City of Exeter and its International airport, with direct access along the A30. PLANNING East Devon District Council granted planning permission (Ref.13/1282/FUL) for conversion of three farm buildings to dwellings at Watchford Farm, Yarcombe, Honiton, EX14 9LZ on 21st October 2013. The planning permission should be read in conjunction with a unilateral undertaking dated 14th August 2013. This undertaking is made under Section 106 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 and requires a financial contribution towards public open space in the sum of 7, 196.28 to be paid prior to first occupation of any of the dwellings. Copies of the plans, planning permission and S106 agreement are held on file by the agents or can be viewed on East Devon District Council’s planning website using the planning reference.
Farm for sale, Nottingham


12th of february, 2014 17:54
Bedrooms: 2
With approximately 2000 sq ft of accommodation, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a spacious two double bedroom barn conversion situated in the highly sought after village location. The property has been built to a high standard with character features to include exposed timbers, vaulted ceilings as well as having the luxury of modern day living to include sealed unit double glazing and part underfloor heating. The property has a fantastic open plan family room with vaulted ceiling to the first floor, a second lounge diner to the ground floor and a master suite with wet room leading to a bathroom. Located in a private courtyard of only three other properties. Externally, there is a single garage, off road parking and a courtyard garden to the front. Accommodation 11'2' x 8'3' (3.40m x 2.51m) A wooden and double glazed hardwood structure with solid roof, and double opening double glazed doors onto the enclosed courtyard garden, with underfloor heating with engineered wooden floor, exposed brick walls, feature open entrance doorway leading into: Entrance Hallway With underfloor heating with engineered solid wooden floor, stairs to first floor with oak balustrade, original feature beam, spotlights, feature exposed brick wall, alarm control pad, glazed wooden doors gives access to: Kitchen/Diner 16'9' x 14'7' (5.11m x 4.45m) Fitted with a range of shaker style cream fronted wall drawer and base units with rolled top work surfaces over, over counter lighting, glass display units, further range of base units with dresser style units over with glass display cupboards, built in shelving and wine rack. Space for American style fridge freezer, built in electric double oven and grill, with four ring ceramic hob and concealed extractor fan over, built in granite bowl and a half sink unit with mixer taps over, plumbing for washing machine, underfloor heating with engineered wooden floor, integral dishwasher, matching butchers block with marble work surface and cupboards beneath, original feature beams to the ceiling, wall lighting, chrome spotlighting, two wooden double glazed windows to front elevation, part exposed brickwork, and door leading to: Walk-in Boiler room With space for tumble dryer, pressurised vented hot water cylinder, shelving, overhead lights, engineered wooden floor. Lounge/Diner 20'3' X 16'6' reducing to 12'8' (6.17m X 5.03m red An L-shaped Lounge/Diner with two wooden double glazed windows to the front elevation, two radiators, wall lighting, exposed original beams, exposed brickwork, television aerial points, and a door leading to integral Garage. Galleried Landing 16'10' x 10' (5.13m x 3.05m) With feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, and brickwork, wall lighting, velux window to rear elevation, wooden double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, oak wooden balustrade, glazed double doors leading to: Family Room 20'7' x 17'1' (6.27m x 5.21m) A particular feature of the property with vaulted ceilings with exposed timbers and beams, exposed chimney breast with inset coal effect gas fire with stone hearth, exposed wooden floor, two wooden double glazed windows to front elevations, velux window to rear elevation, three radiators, television aerial points, exposed brick feature walls, and door leading to Bedroom 2 Bedroom 1 15' x 10'4' (4.57m x 3.15m) With part vaulted ceiling with exposed feature beams, velux window with fitted blind to front elevation, wooden double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, engineered wooden floor, door giving access to: Wet Room With tiled floor and walls, raised tiled shower area with mains-fed shower and exposed beams, arch leading through to: En-suite Bathroom Fitted with a white three piece suite comprising of bath with shower hand attachments, wash hand basin with mixer tap over, low flush w.c, tiling to floor and walls, radiator, wall mounted mirror with built in light, velux window to rear elevation. Bedroom 2 12'3' x 9'6' (3.73m x 2.90m) With wooden double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, part vaulted ceiling with feature original beams, door leading to En-suite Shower room Fitted with a white three suite comprising of shower cubicle with mains fed shower, with shower curtain and rail, tiling to floors and walls, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath and mixer tap over, low flush w.c. Velux window to rear elevation, radiator. Outside The property sits within a development of 4 properties located just off Tollerton Lane in what used to be the outbuildings for the main farm building. There is off road parking for two cars which in turn gives access to the integral garage (measuring 17'8' x 9'8') with up and over door, power and light, courtesy door leading into the main building. The property is fully alarmed There is a courtyard garden to the front of the property, with an eye level retaining brick wall with an attractive cottage style courtyard garden with courtyard slabs, gravelled area, and with a variety of plants and shrubs, and an outdoor tap Services Gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected. Council Tax Band The local authority have advised us that the property is in council tax band F, which we are advised, currently incurs a charge of 2288.47. Prospective purchasers are advised to confirm this. Viewing Please telephone our West Bridgford office on . Property to sell? Please call us for a FREE VALUATION. Our competitive fees include; colour sales particulars, advertising in Nottingham Property Post, coverage on numerous Websites including Rightmove.We operate an extensive data base with E-mail & SMS text updates and a prime office location in central West Bridgford with 7 Day opening. We offer this on a No Sale No Fee basis. Opening Hours Monday - Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm, Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm and Sunday 10.00am to 12.00pm. Additional Services SURVEY DEPARTMENT. We can also assist with your SURVEY requirements which include Homebuyers Reports and Building Surveys as well as RICS Valuations. Please contact MORTGAGE ADVICE. This is provided through our association with Oliver Jones Associates Ltd. At 33 Loughborough Road, West Bridgford. Telephone . YOUR HOME IS AT RISK IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR OTHER LOAN SECURED ON IT. Written quotations are available on request. A life assurance policy may be required. Rental Department Royston & Lund also operate a rental office covering all aspects of lettings and property management. For further details please contact them direct on . Viewing appointment DATE: ................................ TIME: ................................... VENDOR'S NAME: ............................................................ VIEWING COMMENTS: ...................................................... This property is part of our Superior Homes collection. Please call for further properties or to find out more about adding your home to our collection of Superior Homes. These sales particulars have been prepared by Royston & Lund Agents upon the instruction of the vendor. Any services, equipment and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars have NOT been tested, and accordingly, no warranties can be given. Prospective purchasers must take their own enquiries regarding such matters. These sales particulars are produced in good faith and not intended to form part of a contract. Whilst we have taken care in obtaining internal measurements, they should only be regarded as approximate.
Farm for sale, Ormskirk


31st of july, 2013 09:25
Bedrooms: 3
Deceptively spacious barn conversion resting amongst a small hamlet of former barn and farm buildings and sited in a wonderful rural position only a short drive from Ormskirk’s bustling town centre and within walking distance of Town Green Station; is blessed with an impressive flowing floor plan, providing a fantastic arrangement of living space. Rustic charm is reflected throughout with high vaulted and beamed ceilings, an impressive gallery landing and a wonderful use of textures, tints and tones. This impressive residence provides a unique home perfect for entertaining of all kinds whilst being equally comfortable for intimate everyday living. On the ground floor the private areas provide living space; comprising a large lounge and dining area, stunning breakfast kitchen, a bathroom and master bedroom. On the first floor is a gallery landing and two double bedrooms. Outside there are gardens to the front, a rear patio and ample parking to the side elevation. The property has recently been redecorated and newly carpeted with quality carpets, new worcester bosch central heating boiler and double glazing.The heart of the house is the main lounge with its wonderful open feel, huge beams and high vaulted ceiling, a stove style fire adds a cosy charm which is accentuated by an abundance of rustic wood accents. This amazing room is perfect for entertaining on any scale and provides access through to the impressive kitchen. The kitchen itself is also of a good size and includes a dining area, making it a wonderful kitchen for cooking and eating, the quality finish provides a range of units with contrasting work surfaces, integrated fridge and freezer, electric oven and gas hob, complementary tiling to the walls and floor completes the look. Also situated on the ground floor is an excellent double bedroom perfect as a master bedroom and situated adjacent to the family bathroom. The quality bathroom provides a three piece suite in white including low level wc, vanity wash, hand basin and a panelled bath with overhead shower.On the first floor there is a large gallery landing which overlooks the lounge and dining area and two further double bedrooms; ideal children’s or guest bedrooms, one of these is currently utilised as a snug sitting room, however, could also be used as a home office or study. Outside the property is garden fronted with mature planting along with lovely patio areas which can be accessed from the main lounge via French doors. The patio areas takes advantage of a the south west facing aspect creating a lovely spot in which to dine alfresco style and watch the sun set in the evening. There is a gravel driveway which leads to ample parking. To the rear a patio with Water feature and seating area leads to the main entrance of the home.
Farm for sale, Dymock


7th of april 13:04
Bedrooms: 5
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION A delightfully unspoilt residential stock farm with meadows running down to the River Leadon and extensive woodland. The Grade II Listed Period Farmhouse has potential for renovation and enlargement which currently comprises 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Utility Room, Family Bathroom, 5 Bedrooms, Shower Room Attached Granary for Conversion (Subject to planning consent) Traditional Courtyard Farm buildings and Modern Stock Shed 97.4 Acres of Pasture Leys, Two Vineyards and River Meadows 115.2 Acres of Mixed Woodland In All 212.66 Acres (86 Hectares) to be sold Freehold LOCATION Located in the attractive Leadon valley between the popular market town of Ledbury and the cathedral City of Gloucester, Great Ketford Farm sits in an elevated location surrounded by its own pasture land and river meadows with attractive backdrop of the freehold woodland. The farm is in a private, secluded position with excellent access to the motorway and main road networks of the M50, M5 and A417. Birmingham and Bristol City centres are within one hours drive. The nearby village of Bromsberrow Heath offers a village shop and post office. The larger village of Dymock is barely 3 miles from the farm and has a shop, primary school and village pub. The Herefordshire market town of Ledbury is 6 miles from Great Ketford Farm. Ledbury is famous for its black and white architecture, annual poetry festival and renowned hunt. The town offers a range of shops and restaurants, and a number of local primary and secondary schools are within easy commute. The mainline train station at Ledbury provides a direct service to Birmingham New Street (1 hour 17 minutes) and London Paddington (2 hours 45 minutes). FARMHOUSE Great Ketford Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II listed mid-18th Century painted brick farmhouse under a tiled roof. The property retains many original features including beamed ceilings and Inglenook fireplace with installed log burner. It offers an increasingly rare opportunity to renovate and create a sizeable family home in an unspoilt rural location. The accommodation is laid out over three floors. A red brick granary is attached to the house and offers potential, subject to planning consents, to convert into further accommodation. ACCOMMODATION On the ground floor is an Entrance Hall with stairs to the first floor, two reception rooms both with open fireplace, one with log burner and beamed ceilings, kitchen and utility area, rear lobby with door to the outside, family bathroom. On the first floor three bedrooms all with beamed ceilings, shower room and access to the granary The second floor offers two further bedrooms. GARDENS AND GROUNDS The property is approached from an unclassified road along a private drive which passes through pasture fields to the farm yard. Steps lead up through a red brick garden wall with pedestrian gate and garden path to the front door. A mature lawned area can be found to the front and side of the property providing the opportunity to create a formal garden or productive vegetable and fruit bearing garden. The rear of the Farmhouse opens immediately onto farmland, with a woodland backdrop. FARM BUILDINGS Directly south of the farmhouse is a courtyard range of traditional brick and half-timbered farm buildings under a tiled roof, including: 4 stables with loft above, workshop and a traditional barn with part flagstone floor, full height timber doors and an attached timber open fronted lean-to. The modern farm buildings stand alongside the traditional ranges and include: Timber poultry shed Timber calf shed Former dairy and parlour Mono pitch concrete block stock pen Four bay steel frame covered yard with double span Four bay steel framed hay barn Three bay steel frame mono pitch open fronted machinery store LAND 97.4 Acres (39.41 hectares) About 97.4 acres (39.41 hectares) of Grade 2 / 3 grazing pasture rises from the river meadows including approximately 3 acres of maturing vineyard having been recently pruned and comprising of Bacchus, Rondo and Reichensteiner grape varieties. THE WOODLAND 115.2 Acres (46.6 hectares) Described on the Ordnance Survey maps as Coleridge Hill, Ever Hill and Ryton Coppice, the wood comprises 115.2 acres (46.6 hectares) of mixed woodland which wrap around north, west and east boundaries of the farm. The woodland was last thinned by the Forestry Commission during their former Leasehold interest in 2008 / 2009 with further areas clear felled and allowed to naturally regenerate. The mixed broadleaf and conifer woodland is well served by the internal rides and tracks, and is characteristic of local wooded areas with prolific wild daffodils in the Spring. The woodland provides a fantastic opportunity to run a commercial shoot with a central open valley and wooded sides for repeat drives. BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME Single Payment Scheme Entitlements were held by the Vendors in 2014 and are to be activated by the vendors as Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Entitlements in 2015 with the vendor retaining the 2015 payment. Subject to registration under the new Basic Payments Scheme (BPS) and the transfer rules, 38.28 BPS entitlements are to be sold within the purchase price and will be transferred to the purchaser at no extra cost. HIGHER LEVEL STEWARDSHIP The Farm was entered into a ten year HLS with ELS scheme on 1st March 2010 with mainly grassland options HK7 (Restoration of Species Rich, Semi-Natural Grassland), HK15 (Maintenance of Grassland for Target Features), EK3 (Permanent Grassland with Very Low Inputs) and certain Capital Works. The agreement will be assigned to the purchaser. SERVICES Mains water and mains electricity serve the farmhouse and some of the farm buildings and fields. Septic tank drainage to soakaway. Telephone connected subject to BT Regulations. TENURE We understand that the property is freehold and offered with vacant possession upon completion. SPORTING Single bank fishing rights in the River Leadon The Shooting Rights over the farm and woodland are in hand and are included in the freehold sale at no extra cost. STANDING TIMBER The valuable growing timber is included in the sale of the freehold at no extra cost. AUCTION PACK The auction pack is available from the Vendors Solicitor: Wilsons, Alexandra House, St. Johns Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2SB Tel. AUTHORITIES Forest of Dean District Council Council Tax Band D Rates Payable 1, 488.53 (2014/2015) Rural Payments Agency Natural England VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the joint sole agents: Pughs. Tel. Out of office hours Jason Thomson Howkins & Harrison Tel Out of office hours Peter Bennett / Ian Large AUCTION GUIDE PRICE 1, 700, 000 - 1, 900, 000 Please note an Auction Guide Price is an indication by the Agent of the likely sale price and is not the same as a Reserve Price. The Reserve Price is the lowest price at which the vendor will consider a sale and is within or below the Guide Price. Both figures are subject to change. FOR SALE BY AUCTION At The Feathers Hotel, Ledbury, on 6th May 2015 at 6:30pm Vendor Solicitors: Wilsons, Alexandra House, St. Johns Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2SB Tel. For clarification we wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sale particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. If there are any important matters, which are likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. Pughs, for themselves and for the vendors or Lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No person in the employment of the agent has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.
Farm for sale, Trowbridge, Wiltshire


8th of april, 2014 22:51
Bedrooms: 3
SITUATION This outstanding property is located in the kind of setting rarely found. Once part of Brook Hall Farm the property has been formed from a group of period farm buildings converted into four individual units around a courtyard. This collection of properties will be found between the villages of North Bradley and Brokerswood at the end of a no through lane and partly unmade track via a small ford set in attractive countryside. Nearby there are horse riding stables available. The main village of North Bradley is within two miles where there are useful local services and the centre of Trowbridge is within five miles. There are local pubs in nearby Brokerswood and Rudge with easy access to other nearby towns including Westbury where there is a mainline rail service and the city of Bath within 12 miles. DESCRIPTION This is a single storey property formed from farm buildings dating back to the 18th century converted around about 1998. Internally the property is spacious and well laid out with attractive features and a good sized sunny South facing rear garden. There is space to park two cars, oil fired central heating throughout, double glazing, wood burning stove, solid wood flooring to reception areas and ample internal storage space. A viewing is strongly recommended. DIRECTIONS From the centre of Trowbridge take A361 Frome Road and carry on until reaching Southwick. At the roundabout in the middle of the village turn left along Goose Street and after leaving the village on the sharp left handed bend, turn to the right signposted to Brokerswood. Follow this road up and over the hill and at the sharp right hand bend turn left where marked as a no through road. Carry on through the ford bearing left where the road becomes an unmade track in front of the Tithe barn. Follow this track all the way round and the entrance into the courtyard will be found on the right hand side. ACCOMMODATION ON THE GROUND FLOOR ENTRANCE HALL With glazed front door, tiled floor, coved ceiling and cloaks cupboard. Stairs leading down to dining area. SITTING ROOM 20' 6" x 16' 10" (6.25m x 5.13m) Having a 'Supra' wood burning stove, solid wood floor, two radiators, coved ceiling, windows to the front and rear and glazed door to the garden. DINING ROOM 16' 3" x 12' 4" (4.95m x 3.76m) Plus large recess. With windows to the front and rear, glazed door to the rear, solid wood floor, two radiators and access to the loft space with extending ladder. Opening to:- KITCHEN 10' 1" x 9' 10" (3.07m x 3m) 10'1 x 9'10 (3.1 x 3m) Having a matching range of fitted wall and base cabinets with polished marble worktops, tiled floor and tiled splash backs, incorporating a white ceramic twin bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, range style cooker, plumbing for dishwasher and automatic washing machine which are included. Window to the rear, nine recessed spotlights. INNER HALL With window to the front. BEDROOM ONE 11' 3" x 16' 3" (3.43m x 4.95m) Including large double fitted wardrobe, windows to the front and rear, coved ceiling, two radiators, exposed stone and brick wall. ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 7' x 3' 10" (2.13m x 1.17m) Having fully tiled walls and floor, shower area with glass screen and white suite of low level WC and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail, three recess spotlights and window to the rear. BEDROOM TWO 15' 4" x 9' 10" (4.67m x 3m) Having radiator, coved ceiling and window to the rear. BEDROOM THREE 11' 9" x 8' 5" (3.58m x 2.57m) 11'9 x 8'5 (3.6 x 2.6m) Plus large double sized airing cupboard with space for tumble dryer. Coved ceiling, radiator and window to the rear. BATHROOM 7' x 8' 1" (2.13m x 2.46m) Having a Victorian style White suite comprising roll top bath with ornate shower hand set, low level wc and pedestal basin. Tiled floor and splash backs, radiator. EXTERNALLY To the front of the property are two side by side parking spaces, the remainder of the front garden being laid to gravel with raised flower beds, brick paved path with steps up to the front door. Outside light. The rear garden is a generous size and sunny, laid to patio and extensive gravel areas for ease of maintenance. Including a variety of established shrubs, ornamental trees and raised flower borders. Useful garden shed and outside cabinet housing the oil fired central heating boiler. SERVICES Main services of electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a shared septic tank. Central heating is from the oil fired boiler (not tested). TENURE Freehold with vacant possession on completion. COUNCIL TAX The property is in band E with the rate payable for 2012/2013 being £1777.61. CODE ... To view this property call or email .
Farm for sale, Thetford


8th of april, 2014 22:51
Bedrooms: 5
SUMMARY Hunts Farm Close is a small development within the village of Saham Toney. Within the development there is a mixture of barn conversions, and new build homes, designed to complement the surrounds and neighbouring properties. DESCRIPTION . Description Hunts Farm Close is a small development within the village of Saham Toney. Within the development there is a mixture of barn conversions, and new build homes, designed to complement the surrounds and neighbouring properties. We are delighted to offer for sale three of these properties, two 4 bedroom semi detached barn conversions, and a detached 4 bedroom property. Each of these homes has been finished to a high standard with careful use and have many exemplary features. No.4 Hunts Farm Close A semi detached barn conversion with accommodation which extends to around 3600 sq ft. Again this stylish conversion has 3 reception rooms to the ground floor and a first floor Sitting Room with balcony enjoying open views. As with No.3 the open plan living space is ideal for entertaining, while all 4 bedrooms are en-suite. Externally the garden extends to around 1 acre(STMS). Agents Note 1 Further land may be available to purchase by separate negotiation. Agents Note 2 Please note that these photographs are from a selection representing all three properties at Hunts Farm Close. DIRECTIONS From Norwich head west via the B1108 following this road through the town of Hingham and into Watton. Continue straight along the High Street, and towards the end of the High Street turn right onto Saham Road as signposted to Saham Hills. Follow this road past the Golf Club, and after approximately mile turn right onto Hills Road. Continue along Hills Road, Hunts Farm Close will be found on your left hand side. 1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. 2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. 3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture. 4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 5. THESE PARTICULARS ARE ISSUED IN GOOD FAITH BUT DO NOT CONSTITUTE REPRESENTATIONS OF FACT OR FORM PART OF ANY OFFER OR CONTRACT. THE MATTERS REFERRED TO IN THESE PARTICULARS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS OR TENANTS. NEITHER SEQUENCE (UK) LIMITED NOR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE OR GIVE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATEVER IN RELATION TO THIS PROPERTY.
Farm for sale, Market Drayton, Shropshire


7th of april 12:59
Bedrooms: 6
Manor Farm Spoonley is a prestigious family home located amongst the glorious countryside of North Shropshire. Set within approximately 9.5 acres of gardens and paddocks the property has been extensively refurbished and adapted to suit the requirements of modern family living whilst retaining the essence of what makes traditional properties such as these so special. Manor Farm is within just a couple miles of the market town of Market Drayton where there is a wide variety of both high street and independent retailers as well as popular pubs and restaurants. Access to the wider road and rail networks is also perfectly accessible with junction 15 of the M6 being approximately 15 miles away at Newcastle Under Lyme. The pretty cheshire village of Audlem is only just up the road beyond which Nantwich is within easy reach. A gated entrance from the lane opens on to the gravelled drive from where the lawned gardens run down to the pool. The front door opens into a glazed Entrance Porch from where the front door in turn opens to the Entrance Hall. The principal reception rooms overlook the front of the property and have retained many of their original features. The Dining Room is a well proportioned room and adjoins the Drawing Room which has a very attractive fireplace providing a focal point to the room. The large inglenook fireplace in the Family Sitting Room creates a very comfortable room with a beamed ceiling and stone flooring extending through to the Kitchen. A door from the Sitting Room opens into a useful storage area from where steps descend to the cellar. The Kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of smart units with granite preparation surfaces and integral appliances. The Kitchen is large enough to accommodate both a good sized table and also a comfortable seating area centred around a log burning stove. There are french doors from the kitchen opening to the courtyard and also a Wet Room and a Utility Room which in turn allows access to the Guest Cloakroom. Further entertaining space is provided by the oak framed Garden Room which enjoys views of the grounds to the front of the property. Stone flooring extends through from the Kitchen and there are French Doors opening out to the garden. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor including the Master Bedroom which in turn has an adjoining En Suite Shower Room which has been very smartly fitted and has doors opening to a roof top balcony. The Bathroom is equally smartly fitted with a roll top bath. A staircase rises to the second floor which has been very sympathetically converted to provide a further three bedrooms one of which is currently used as a large bedroom and sitting room. A second well appointed bathroom on this floor enables this area to be used as semi self contained accommodation. The courtyard to the rear of Manor Farm is formed by a range of outbuildings belonging to Manor Farm that provide useful storage space and the potential for further redevelopment subject to consent. The neighbouring barn conversion which is currently being converted to form a single dwelling encloses the "third" side of the court yard. To the rear of the traditional farm buildings is a modern steel framed portal building which has an open fronted machinery store measuring 4.43m x 6.95m and sliding steel doors to a further general purpose store measuring 13.69m x 7.38m with two internal stables. The grounds which extend to approximately 9.5 acres comprise well maintained lawned gardens with an attractive pool and paddocks. Room Dimensions: Oak framed Entrance Porch Hallway Dining Room 5.23 x 3.62 Drawing Room 5.28 x 4.13 Sitting room 5.25 x 4.82 Cellar 5.31 x 3.78 Kitchen 11.07 x 3.56 Rear Hall Utility Room 3.10 x 1.68 Oak framed Garden Room 4.95 x 3.64 Guest Cloakroom First floor landing Bedroom One 5.58 x 5.31 Ensuite Shower Room 3.58 x 2.64 Bathroom 3.60 x 2.87 Bedroom Two 5.30 x 4.15 Bedroom Three 5.28 x 3.69 Second Floor Landing Bedroom Four And Sitting Room 5.61 x 5.46 Bedroom Five 5.11 x 3.68 Bedroom Six 2.76 x 2.71 Bathroom 2.72 x 2.66.
Farm for sale, Birchington


17th of april 09:28
Bedrooms: 4
Surrounded by rolling countryside near Birchington is the charming hamlet of Acol. It is one of the smallest communities in Kent but includes a church and a village green. Hidden behind the road through the village is the Dilnot Lane complex of original farm building conversions and a number of modern properties built around 2000. These newer houses have been constructed using reclaimed materials to maintain the style of the older conversions so they meld effortlessly into the environment. This property is one such property and this delightful and unusual four bedroom detached family home has the wonderful combination of period character coupled to modern facilities. Driving up to the property you are immediately aware, being the last property at the end of the lane, how safe the whole area is for children and pets. The enormous window adjacent to the wooden front door gives the immediate impression of light and space that is reinforced the moment you cross the threshold. There are beautiful honey-coloured pine doors throughout the house and all the downstairs rooms including the large hall have beautiful solid pine floors. From the hall there are double doors through to the formal dining room that, when open, create an even greater feeling of spaciousness. There is a large and well proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with an adjacent fitted utility room. The kitchen includes an American style fridge/freezer and a Range cooker. Both the sitting room and dining room have virtually floor to ceiling windows and the sitting room has French doors to the garden. As well as offering delightful views of the garden there are also double doors between these two rooms, giving a large overall space for entertaining. Furthermore there is a cloakroom and a good sized office with French doors out to the front garden – an ideal spot for anyone who wants to work from home or could be used as a snug family sitting room. Upstairs, the master bedroom includes a large en-suite with a corner bath and a bidet, and the family bathroom has both a bath and a shower. What the Owner says: “We fell in love with the house the very first time we saw it 7 years ago. Given the choice we would like to pick up our home and move it to where we are going to live. The property has an open and airy atmosphere throughout and the many windows provide ample light summer and winter which has always lifted our spirits coming home after long days at work. We both used to work in Sandwich so Acol was very convenient, however our business activities are now more focussed in Reigate and Cambridge and the regular commute from Acol is too long. Sadly we have decided we will have to live nearer to our work. It has been a great family home and the neighbourhood is fantastic. . There are children of all ages living close by and we have always felt it is a safe and protected community for our children. Even when we are away there are always nearby friends and neighbours willing to keep an eye on the house. In fact the whole village community is very friendly and we enjoy a number of activities in the village hall. Over the years we have had lots of get-togethers at the house and barbecues in the garden. In the games room above the garage our two sons have enjoyed entertaining their friends and university chums – they have been able to make plenty of noise without disturbing anyone. The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may be it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures & fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only as are floor plans which are not to scale and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose.
Farm for sale, Alton


4th of march 10:49
Bedrooms: 5
A very handsome and substantial house of great history forming the principal portion of a Victorian barn and hop kiln standing in a fine edge of village location with exceptional rural views. Original bricks set in lime mortar, old beams and roof trusses blend beautifully with contemporary fixtures to create a village house of real character. The feeling of space is immediate with a large central reception hall with a stone tiled floor. Double doors open from the hall into a very impressive drawing room with a brick fireplace and two sets of French doors opening out to the south facing rear garden. The generous living accommodation takes full advantage of the history of the building with lower and upper ground floor reception rooms forming part of the original tower. The accommodation is beautifully complemented by a fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room with granite work surfaces and a separate utility room. There are five bedrooms with three enjoying en suite facilities. The bedrooms are set off a stunning vaulted landing and have exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. The principal bedroom suite was created from the upper part of the main tower and is a wonderful room. Of note, the house also has the benefit of under floor heating to the ground floor. Situation The active village of East Worldham is set amidst fine Hampshire countryside between the villages of Selborne, Binsted and Kingsley. There is a village hall, public house and 13th century church. The house forms part of a group of just seven homes at Manor Farm Barns standing in a stunning edge of village location bordering open countryside. This area was well known for its hop growing and Manor Farm Barns were, for many years, primarily devoted to the harvesting and drying of hops. East Worldham is approximately three miles from the thriving market town of Alton, which benefits from a good range of individual shops, cinema, sports centre, two secondary schools, 6th form college and railway station to London Waterloo. The market town of Farnham is about ten and a half miles distant. Outside The house has the most attractive landscaped garden with a principally south aspect to the rear and distant rural views over the surrounding countryside. The garden is well tended with a paved terrace, lawn and borders well stocked with a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and small trees. Of note, there is a separate rose garden to the side. The double garage and parking is set to the rear of the garden with gate access.
Farm for sale, Rugby, Warwickshire


10th of february, 2014 18:36
Bedrooms: 8
Foster Lewis and Co are proud to be offering for sale this Georgian Farm House and buildings set within an acre of the beautiful Warwickshire country side. Which has an easy commute to London. The approach to the property via the Coventry road brings us to the frontage with crescent drive through and lawn area. The main accommodation being the Farm house overlooks miles of fields to the front and side aspect, with a small cottage style garden to the front beyond the drive. There are substantial gardens to left and right of the main house, with various courtyard areas between outbuildings which include a Bake House, Granary/Hayloft, Stables come garages, Coach House, Pig Sty, Wood store and various little storage areas all being original build. The property is aged from upwards of 400 years to the later additions being 250 years old. There is a large courtyard from the secure gated entry which is accessed via the shared private drive off Coventry Road. The property has retained many of its original features both internally and externally and can only be fully appreciated with a detailed viewing. The current vendor has improved the property throughout since occupation began almost 17 years ago, and has been tastefully decorated, modernised and offered with finishing of a high standard. The property offers excellent locality for Rugby, Coventry and surrounding areas with a potential commute to London in under one hour via the various transport links close by. It is within a short distance of the highly acclaimed Princethorpe College. The property is currently set up as a 6-8 bedroom accommodation in the main house and would make an ideal family home with huge potential for furthering the living space in the outbuildings if required. This superb and unique home has many original features, such as large sweeping ceiling beams, broad Georgian pine doors with fittings, high ceilings, tall skirting boards throughout, decorative ceiling roses and coving to most ceilings. Further details and Measurements Entrance Hallway With impressive wooden staircase, tiled floor, tasteful dcor, cloak room under stairs, alarm control pad, main wooden door to front and ornate coloured glass above. Rear entry With rear porch with wooden door and canopy entrance, housing a modern fitted fuse board. Boot room / Ground floor shower room 3.82 x 1.61m Having a shower area, hand wash basin, tiled floor and walls, toilet, and double glazed window over courtyard. Farm House kitchen 4.55 x 3.26m Superb atmosphere in this traditional Farm kitchen with Italian tiled floor, modern fitted units and black granite worktops. Sunken Villeroy & Boch ceramic sink with drainer, under which is a water filtration system. Adjacent is a Range Master double oven with grille, griddle, plate warmer and four hotplates with overhead extractor, double glazed window, connecting hallway with fitted breakfast hatch and access back to main hall and utility. Dairy 4.16 x 4.21m Positioned off the kitchen dropping down into a tiled area with raised counters, shelves and fitted units with handmade glass and pine cabinets, original beams with metal works, and external window to side aspect. Utility area 2.47 x 1.70m Modern fitted units, worktops, tiled walls, floor, ceramic hand basin, double glazed side aspect window, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher whilst retaining some original features. Dining room 4.90 x 5.46m (into bay) Having a marble fireplace, double glazed bay window including shutters, decorative ceiling rose with light fitting and additional wall lights. Living room 4.62 x 5.49m (into bay) With stunning Mahogany open fireplace with tiled hearth and backing, double glazed bay front, wall and ceiling lights. Study 2.74 x 3.98m With wood panelling to the lower portion of the walls, external wooden door to side gardens, double glazed window. Double Cellar Dropping down from the connecting hallway into what is now the boiler room with an industrial size water tank system. It has shutters to the side double glazed window. The Snug 4.27 x 4.60m Located at the back rear of the property on the ground floor, this cosy room offers a superb Ingle-nook fireplace with handmade dog grate and modern surround. It has wooden picture/plate rails, staircase and double glazed doors connecting to the conservatory. Conservatory With tiled flooring including a skylight insert for cellar below, double glazed ceiling and windows with a dwarf brick wall footing and doors onto side gardens. First floor With landing including study area, renovated wooden staircase, and having a double glazed window to the front aspect. Bedroom Front Right 4.65 x 4.58m With fitted vanity unit, double glazed window, and original wooden beam across ceiling. Bedroom Front Left 4.62 x 4.93m Original wooden beam, double glazed window, carpets to floor, ceiling and wall lights, arch to landing and dressing room (4.06 x 4.29m) handmade built in wardrobes, drawers, double glazed window, original feature beam, a dog leg wooden staircase with a second staircase don’t to ground floor and kitchen entrance. Main Bathroom 4.67 x 3.42m Having the original wood en floor with broad boards, a fitted white suite including Porcelanosa Jacuzzi bath, double glazed window with wooden shutters, and second door to the shower room (off landing). Bedroom Middle Right 4.65 x 3.42m With wooden panel boarded walls, viewing window above main wall, double glazed side aspect, mahogany vanity unit with hand basin. Shower Room With original wooden floor, tiled walls, fitted with an Imperial suite, shower cubicle, electric shower, and connecting door to bathroom (off bedroom). Music Room (Above Snug) From the snug with wooden staircase into Music room, with double glazed side aspect over country side, loft access hatch, neutral dcor and carpets. This first floor room is also a potential bedroom. Second floor With double glazed window, wooden staircase and carpet to flooring. Bedroom Front Right 4.75 x 4.22m With Sharp hand-made fitted wardrobes, vanity unit with hand basin, double glazed frontage, neutral dcor and carpets. Bedroom Front Left 4.77 4.41m Also having Sharp hand-made fitted wardrobes and bedroom furnishings, a vanity unit with wash basin, neutral dcor and carpets plus a double glazed window to front. Bedroom Middle Left 4.65 x 4.70m With neutral decor and flooring, vanity unit with wash basin, double glazed side aspect window and a loft hatch. Loft The loft is boarded and has electric and lighting. Bedroom middle rear (Library) 4.65 x 4.71m With double glazed rear aspect with wooden shutters, dual access from left rear bedroom, landing and third bathroom. Second floor bathroom 4.66 x 2.61m Having a traditional theme with roll top bath, fixed from floor separate taps, double glazed rear aspect, and original wood flooring. Out buildings The Granary/ Hayloft 4.94 x 10.12 & 4.04 x 3.48 Adjacent from the main house across the courtyard, with elevated access via and external stairwell into fully renovated Gymnasium/ entertainment room. It has full lighting and electrical wiring throughout. With exposed brickwork walls boarded ceilings, single glazed sky light windows along the run of ceiling, original wooden beam structure running throughout with a separated section (Hayloft) with hatch to ground floor and side. This could be potentially converted into a residential area with the correct planning and alterations. Below the Granary are several shed/ store rooms which offer more external storage which open out onto the side garden from the courtyard. The main courtyard is accessed via the shared driveway from the main road, as we come through the main gates there is a Coach House to the left which has an over sized door, ample storage space and could offers potential conversion with the correct permissions and alteration. To the right are the original Pig Sty buildings which are over six feet in height. Another example of the numerous original features offered with this superb home. Past the Coach House there is another store, and open wood store, opposite the large car port which can accommodate several cars. Opposite the entrance are the original stables, these have been converted to full width garages with lighting and electric, secure wooden doors and are in keeping with the original theme. The final building is the Bake House which is attached to the main house by a canopy walkway across the courtyard. With numerous original features, ample space for potential residence and is currently used as an external entertaining room. It has original wood burner, stoves, beams, meat hooks, pantry and cooking range. In summary this is a very special property which has been updated over the past 15 years, it still offers huge potential on top of the existing lay out and ample living space. A must view property with hundreds of features to take in. *Please Note; Any potential viewer must be in a position of sold, or at least on the market to view this property. Foster Lewis & Co, Coventry - Sales logo To view this property or request more details, contact Foster Lewis & Co, Coventry - Sales 94b Barkers Butts Lane Coventry CV6 1DZ Local call rate -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer Property reference potford. 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