*OPEN HOUSE DAY Saturday 11th March 11am-3pm. This detached farmhouse was built from the mid 16th Century onwards. Harmonious additions were added circa 1600's with the most recent extension believed to have been erected in the 1900's.
Five Reception rooms
About 1.1 acres (Lot One)
This exceptional timber framed and brick property enjoys period oak beams to walls and ceilings typical of the era, yet boasts high ceilings throughout. Living space is in abundance, with the oldest section being the drawing room with a chalk open fireplace. The inglenook fireplace within the triple aspect living room, in close promity to the kitchen, has the original bacon cupboard in situ on the left hand side.
Parquet flooring extends across the majority of the ground floor. Numerous leaded oak framed windows allow for an abundance of natural light. The grand oak main staircase leads to a spacious vaulted landing area. The principal bedroom is sizeable with the historic fascination of a priest hole to the right of the fireplace. The further four bedrooms are large doubles with bedroom two having impressive joinery, resulting in the * aspect of Grade II Listed being awarded.
Old Hatch Farm sits in an elevated position overlooking woodland and open countryside with direct access onto National Trust Land.
A traditional garden path set between lawns and flower beds, leads to the main entrancecirca 16th century.
The gardens to the rear aspect include a substantial level lawn with uninterrupted undulating countryside views.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 1.1