A former dairy in the Hackwood Estate, the traditional building convered to a four bedroom house in a generous garden.
The Old Dairy, as the name would suggest, was a former dairy to the Estate. It is a traditional building which was converted in 2002 to a high standard to provide interesting and stylish accommodation all on one level, which provides flexibility to adapt the rooms to individual living styles.
Many of the rooms are double aspect with vaulted ceilings, providing a light and spacious atmosphere. The two principal reception rooms both have open fireplaces with wood burners and doors leading onto the gardens. The centrepiece of the property is the large kitchen/breakfast room, comprising an extensive range of shaker style units with wooden work surfaces, incorporating a 4-oven electric AGA, electric oven, induction hob, larder fridge freezer and dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility room with fitted washer, dryer and further freezer. In total, there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The property is approached through an electric five-bar gate onto a gravel courtyard, which leads onto a 6-bay open fronted car port. The beautiful gardens have been landscaped to provide wonderful outside space, comprising areas of formal lawns with a wealth of mature shrubs, trees and specimen plants. There are paved terraces bordered by beds with herbaceous plants and spring flowering bulbs and pergolas adorned by climbing shrubs, including clematis and wisteria.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 0.65