Situated on the edge of the town of Stonehouse the property is within a short walk from the town centre which delivers for all the essential everyday facilities and schooling, especially the highly regarded Wycliffe School. The M5 motorway, Junction 13 is approximately 2 miles to the west and offers commutability to the cities of Bristol, Bath and Cheltenham. Stonehouse Station is within a close walk, which provides access to London Paddington within 1 hour and 40 minutes.
The property comprises a well maintained detached 4 bedroom farmhouse built in the 1950â€™s and in an elevated position, capturing the far reaching views. The generous accommodation is well arranged over two floors and briefly comprises: Ground floor ; Kitchen, Dining Room with wood burner, Entrance Hall, Lounge with wood burner and W.C and large Utility Room. First floor : 3 large double Bedrooms with good size en-suite, single bedroom and family bathroom. Outside the property boasts large gardens which are mainly laid to lawn.
To the east of the farmhouse lies a range of farm buildings, that comprise a Traditional Stone Barn (approx. 3.8 m x14.5m), Modern Steel Portal Framed Shed (approx 13.1m x 12.3m) and a Dutch Barn (approx 20.62m x 9.04m), set around a concrete yard. Surrounding both the farmhouse and buildings is approximately 14.11 acres of gently sloping Orchards and Paddocks. The Stone Barn may have potential for alternative use, subject to the relevant planning consent being achieved.
The land lies to the east and north of the main farmstead and is divided into two main blocks which can be linked together by a narrow track running alongside woodland (north of field parcel 17). The block located to the east of the farmhouse and buildings comprises workable pasture land, set in an elevated position within a ring fence.
The block to the north and situated over the hill is mainly pasture with small areas of coppice and scrub throughout. The land falls from a workable level plateau, sloping towards the north-west and the town edge.