Hill Farm is thought to date back to being part of Lord Rendlesham's Estate and the orginal farm cottages were constructed in the late 1800s. The current owners have lived and worked the farm for the last eighty years and have bred cattle amongst other farming activities. The property offers the opportunity of possibly redeveloping the current properties, subject to the planning permission.
1 Hill Farm Cottages
Entrance hall stairs to first floor. Door to
Sitting room overlooking the front and farm buildings. Feature fireplace, built in cupboard to side and shelving. Radiator. Door to
Dining room open fireplace. High rise built in cupboard. Radiator. Open to
Kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units, work surfaces with stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Built in RangeMaster cooker. Deep walk in larder.
Conservatory 'L' shaped and fitted with a range of cupboards. Wall mounted Prima boiler. Radiator. Plumbing for washing machine and butler sink unit. Door to gardens at either end.
Landing access to loft space. Airing cupboard.
Bedroom one front aspect. Original feature ornamental fireplace. Radiator.
Bedroom two rear aspect. Radiator.
Bedroom three rear aspect. Radiator.
Bathroom a Heritage suite comprising bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, w.c. and wash basin, part tiled
walls and heated towel rails.
2 Hill Farm Cottages
Deep porch part glazed door to
Entrance hall double radiator, staircase to first floor with cupboard under. Door to study/bedroom four and door to sitting room.
Study a double aspect room with wood sealed unit double glazed sash windows and sliding doors to the garden. Corner fireplace.
Sitting room brick fireplace with tiled hearth and mantle. Fitted bookcase and cupboard. Moulded cornice. Wood sealed unit double glazed sash window. TV aerial. Double radiator. Door to
Dining room fireplace housing wood burning stove, china cupboard. Double radiator, telephone point, door to
Kitchen a double aspect room fitted with a range of wall and base units, work surfaces with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, wood sealed unit double glazed wooden window. Gas cooker point. Radiator. Door to
Rear lobby/utility room wall mounted Prima Potterton gas fired boiler for central heating with Drayton central heating control. Plumbed for washing machine. Part glazed door to conservatory. Door to
Shower/cloakroom comprising low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and fully tiled shower cubicle with shower unit. Radiator.
Conservatory fitted with a range of cupboards, butler sink, light and power point. Part glazed door to garage.
Landing access to the loft. Wood double glazed sash window.
Bedroom one fitted with a range of built in wardrobes with high level storage over. Original feature fireplace. Wooden double glazed sash window. Double radiator.
Bedroom two with fitted wardrobes. Original corner fireplace.
Pedestal wash hand basin with cupboard under. Wood double glazed sash window.
Bedroom three with a double aspect, wood double glazed sash window. Original corner fireplace. Radiator.
Family bathroom panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Part tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., sealed unit double glazing, radiator. Airing cupboard housing encased hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Wood single glazed sash window.
In all about 20 acres are approached via two entrances from Stag Lane through two five bar gates. The grounds are a delightful feature with a number of paddocks and woodlands with some fine views.
The right hand (north west) entrance leads to the two cottages. Here there is an area of parking space in front of an open sided barn.
To the front of this is a series of old cow sheds, stables and general farm buildings. There is a large open sided barn with six bays. To the rear is a large open sided storage area currently housing wood. A former cow shed.
Six stables of various sizes.