Detached period farmhouse in an excellent rural location with open countryside views set in about two acres.
Detached period farmhouse
Excellent edge of village/rural location
Five bedrooms (3 en-suite)
Planning permission in place to extend
Garden designed by James Alexander Sinclair
In all about 1.99 acres including two paddocks and manège
Detached triple garage and two stables
Approached via a private gravel drive, Low Farm House is a built of local stone under a slate tiled roof. Presented to a high standard throughout, the property offers spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over three floors and has retained many period features including exposed beams, stonework and large inglenook fireplace. The property is ideal for families and equestrian use.
The front door opens to the porch providing access to the boot room and cloakroom. The farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room has a range of wooden units with wood work surfaces, four oven AGA with warming plate, double Belfast sink and integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A light and spacious oak framed garden room adjoins the kitchen with a contemporary wood burning stove and large sliding doors to both sides enabling the room to be fully opened up.
The impressive double aspect dining/drawing room completes the ground floor accommodation with solid wood flooring, inglenook fireplace and large open fireplace.
Stairs rise from the drawing room to the first floor which comprises the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two further double bedrooms (one with en-suite).
There are two double bedrooms (one with ensuite), family bathroom, utility/laundry room and a study on the second floor.
A detached stone triple garage is situated opposite the main house with attic space above, there is also an external boiler room and a timber stable block with two loose boxes and a tack room.
There is planning permission in place to extend the property – plans are shown in the brochure. The garden room, which is part of the permission, has already been added to the house. Application number: S/2016/0898/FUL
The gardens at Low Farm House have been designed by the renowned landscape gardener James Alexander Sinclair.
The main garden lies to the rear of the property and benefits from being both south facing and private with wonderful open countryside views. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and includes a large patio area, two ornamental ponds, log store, open stone garden store and a variety of herbaceous plants inluding many unusual varieties, flowers and mature trees. A vegetable garden with raised beds can be found to the front of the property.
There are two grass paddocks as well as a manège with post and rail fencing.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 1.99