A substantial period residence with extensive ancillary accommodation and equestrian facilities.
Drawing room | Sitting room | Dining room
Billiard room | Kitchen | Utility room | Study | Guest cloakroom w.c | Morning room
Annexe comprising, living room, kitchen, store room, breakfast/morning room, two en suite bedrooms
Five Bedrooms (four en suite) | Linen room
Family bathroom | Separate wc | Garaging
Self-contained first floor apartment comprising kitchen, utility, breakfast/dining room, sitting room, three bedrooms and a bathroom
Stabling and tack room | Machinery store | Barn | Landscaped gardens and grounds.
About 7.5 acres. There is a further 48 acres of land is available by separate negotiation, approximately one mile from the property.
Plovers Moss is a magnificent example of an Edwardian country house set in wonderful private grounds of about 7.5 acres. The property dates back to the early 1900’s and offers generous and versatile accommodation which includes some attractive original features.
Currently incorporated within the property is a wing which could be suitable for used as a self-contained annexe, subject to some minor alterations. Additionally, situated to the west of the house and approached via a gravel drive, is a substantial two storey building comprising stable block with four loose boxes, a tack room and a wc. The building also includes a 32’ barn and 20’ machinery store, above which is a three bedroom self-contained apartment which offers further scope for development, subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.
In brief, the accommodation on the ground floor consists of three receptions rooms, a kitchen, a study beyond which is a billiard room and a utility room and guest cloakroom. Continuing into the annexe wing there is a living room, breakfast/morning room, former kitchen,laundry/store room and there is access to the garage and a further cloakroom with wc.
The second floor provides five principal bedrooms served by four bath/shower rooms, three of which have en suite facilities and there are a further two en suite bedrooms in the annexe.
Externally, the property has two driveways one reached off the A49, the other off Hogshead Lane. The delightful main gardens lie to the south and west of the house and include a large variety of mature shrubs and specimen trees. There is a wooded area and the remainder of the land is sub-divided into two paddocks which are post and railed and suitable for grazing horses or livestock.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 7.5