Believed to date back to the 16th Century, Bungeons Farm is Grade II listed and is constructed from timber frame with a rendered exterior under a pitched thatched roof. There are numerous features throughout the house including exposed beams, brick floors and inglenook fireplaces.
The house has been extended to incorporate a self contained annexe with its own entrance. The house benefits from planning permission to create a garden room and internal alterations. There are a superb range of outbuildings including a 16th century timber framed barn, workshop (90' x 20') including two internal stables, home office, pottery/studio and store rooms. There is also a hay barn (60' x 45') and a pair of loose boxes. The gardens are very well established including a large kitchen garden with raised beds, potting shed and a cabin. Beyond the house and gardens are post and rail paddocks with water supplied.
The long lane down to the property culminates in a parking area to the front of the house and opens out to the courtyard that is surrounded by the farm house, annexe and the outbuildings. There is a further gateway that leads to the workshop and a large area of hard standing.
The gardens of Bungeons Farm are principally laid to lawn interspersed by several mature trees with a feature walnut tree in the garden. There is an orchard and two natural ponds.