An attractive Grade II Listed house adjoining open fields with a mature garden and a range traditional outbuildings
Bannisters Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II Listed house with origins reputed to be amongst the oldest in Mattingley. It is recorded as dating back to the seventeenth century and has been extended and re-modelled by the current owners creating flexible well-proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors.
Double doors open out from the entrance porch into the dining hall part of which was the old dairy whilst the beamed drawing room features a large Inglenook fireplace and the original quarry tiled floor. The kitchen enjoys views over the garden and has a good range of units and a four oven Aga.
On the first floor the dual aspect main bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There are a further three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor comprises two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The house is approached via an electric five bar gate leading onto a large gravel driveway. There are a variety of outbuildings including two Grade II Listed barns, a Grade II Listed Granary and a further barn with stables and hay loft above.
The garden is a particular feature of the house and has been attractively landscaped. The majority is laid to lawn with well stocked herbaceous beds, mature trees including fruit trees and a productive kitchen garden with heated greenhouse. The heated swimming pool is enclosed by a wrought iron fence and part of the barn has been converted into a changing room and plant room. There is also a tennis court.
Overall the grounds extend to about one acre.
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Architectural Style: Farmhouse
Lot Acres: 1