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Restored stone farmhouse set in three and a half acres

By Blackmore Vale Magazine  |  Posted: November 09, 2012

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WOODROW Farm, Hazelbury Bryan is a historic farmhouse which has undergone extensive and sympathetic renovation over the last few years, yet many period features have been retained and enhanced.

There are stone flagged floors, exposed brick and stone walls, inglenook fireplace with bread oven, exposed ceiling beams and a full height A-frame exposed beams in the main bedroom. The kitchen and adjoining utility/boot room are fitted with a full range of units incorporating integral appliances. A conservatory leading from the dining room is a recent addition, taking advantage of the glorious garden and rural views beyond. An L-shaped range of stone buildings have been converted to provide additional accommodation and there is an indoor swimming pool with wave resistant exercise facility.

This very attractive conversion will lend itself to a variety of uses including additional family accommodation, possible holiday letting, course session accommodation; self-contained annexe or a superb space for those working from home.

Approached through wooden gates a graveled drive provides plenty of parking and leads to a detached triple garage. The gardens surround the house. The front garden is laid to lawn with neat hedging forming the boundary, a variety of fruit trees ands specimen shrubs add structure. At the back is a paved terrace, wooden pergola, beautifully landscaped borders; beyond the formal gardens are the well fenced paddocks (sheep graze the fields at present). To one side of the house the owner has created an enclosed patio garden with fish pond and rose garden.

The guide price is £850,000. For further information please contact Chesterton Humberts on 01258 452343.

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