Situated at the end of a track, this period farmhouse with attached unconverted traditional barns, a range of more modern outbuildings, gardens and just over 11 acres of pasture land. The farmhouse occupies a peaceful setting and has been recently updated and now offers well proportioned accommodation with potential to convert the attached barns into further accommodation. The house currently offers a sitting room, lounge (both with wood burning stoves), a recently fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted units, electric oven and hob, rear entrance hall with separate toilet and a family bathroom and a utility area. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms with a large en-suite bath and shower room.
The Outbuildings The two attached barns are of a natural stone traditional construction and comprise; former cow stall with hayloft, cellar and stables. Part of these may have previously formed part of the original dwelling and would, subject to consent, provide further accommodation to the main house. There is a range of more modern agricultural outbuildings including workshops, implement stores and covered yards. Outside The gardens are mainly to the rear of the house and are sheltered and enclosed by stone walls and mature hedges and are mostly laid to lawn. The Land The land is divided into 2 paddocks, one of 4.79 acres. The other 5.11 acres lying to the front and rear of the farmstead. The whole property totals 11.177 acres.