Low Farm comprises a 17th and early 18th century Grade II Listed farmhouse together with a range of outbuildings, garaging, entertainments barn, equestrian facilities and three bedroom barn conversion all set within formal grounds and gardens enjoying an edge of village setting.
The six bedroom farmhouse offers well proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors and has been sympathetically modernised to provide excellent family accommodation including entrance hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, inner hall, study, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, rear hall, utility room and boot room on the ground floor. The first and second floors offer five double bedrooms, one single bedroom, two bathrooms and a shower room and are well presented with rural views.
Hay Barn Cottage is an early 18th century Grade II Listed barn conversion providing three bedroom accommodation over two storeys. The property is exceptionally well presented offering entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and utility room on the ground floor. The first floor accommodation includes; Master Bedroom with en suite shower room, two further double edrooms and family bathroom. The barn conversion is currently let on a periodic Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
Situated to the north of Low Farm are courtyards of brick and timber outbuildings including a tack room, stabling, kennels, garaging for five vehicles and an alarmed storage building with mezzanine. There is a versatile air conditioned entertainments barn with mezzanine floor which incorporates a kitchen, bedroom area, shower room, WC and offers a diverse space which could suit a variety of uses.
There are extensive equestrian facilities including nine stables (one with hot and cold water supply to wash down area), a secure alarmed tack room, a five-horse covered Monarch horse walker, a floodlit 80m x 25m sand and rubber manège with adjoining paddocks which extend to approximately 3.97 acres. Across Moor Lane are a further 8.56 acres of paddocks benefitting from post and rail fencing and water. Beyond this, there is a further 83.2 acres of agricultural land and woodland which is let on a Farm Business Tenancy until September 2014.
The property has formal gardens and grounds as well as informal grounds including a pond and orchard. The property borders open countryside with uninterrupted rural views. In total the gardens, grounds and farmland extend to approximately 96 acres.