Believed to date back to the late sixteenth/early seventeenth century, Roach Farm contains many original features to include inglenook fireplace with bresumer beam, traditional bread oven, wood burning stove and beautiful beams throughout.
The accommodation radiates from a central hallway offering spacious and well-proportioned rooms of some elegance. On the ground floor are three principal reception rooms together with a kitchen/breakfast/family room, utility, cloakroom and boot room, whilst on the first floor (accessed via two staircases) are five bedrooms, two family bathrooms, and access to the attic rooms. Of particular note, the triple aspect, west facing lounge has a large bay window with far-reaching views over open farm land from which spectacular sunsets can be watched.
In addition to the main house is a two storey ancillary accommodation which was converted to accommodate a previous owners elderly parents. Today, it consists of a hall, landing and stairs with a lounge, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom/w.c. and a large first floor bedroom.
Outside is an attractive garden which the current owner divided to give the main house a private space, separate to the livery yard. The gardens have a variety of areas to include a vegetable garden, chicken run, barbeque with swimming pool, hot tub and pool house, whilst the remainder of the garden is lawned with a variety of mature trees, hedging and flower beds.
The plot extends to approximately 25 acres which is split into individual paddocks. There is also an Olympic sized menege, 30 stable boxes, tack rooms, several storage barns and numerous outbuildings ideal for the car enthusiasts.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 25