• Asking price

    £600,000 Guide Price
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Offered for sale with no upward chain this charming period stone farmhouse includes a paddock and a range of stone outbuildings. The property retains a wealth of period features and includes three reception rooms, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Offered for sale with no upward chain, Throstle Bush Farm is a charming stone farmhouse that enjoys mature gardens, a range of stone outbuildings and an adjoining paddock. Situated opposite Altar Stones Nature Reserve this well proportioned property requires some modernisation, and benefits from a wealth of period features, gas fired central heating and electric solar panels.

The ground floor accommodation includes an entrance porch that opens onto a snug that features deep set windows and an original cast iron range. Leading from the snug is a cloakroom which in turn leads to a useful ground floor shower room. The lounge is a good size room that is triple aspect allowing lots of natural light to enter the room, and has a beamed ceiling and an open stone fire. From the lounge is a workshop which could be developed to form a well proportioned home office/study.

At the opposite side of the property is a farmhouse style dining kitchen that is fitted with a good range of base and wall mounted units and includes a range of integrated appliances. A rear lobby provides access to the rear garden and a utility room. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a dining room which is another good size room that overlooks the rear garden and is conveniently located next to the kitchen.

The first floor accommodation includes three double bedrooms, and a good size single room that are all served by the main bathroom.

Outside, there is a small lawned frontage with a grass driveway to the side of the property that provides off road parking and allows access to the paddock and garden. To the opposite side of the property lies a stone barn that is currently used as a garage and has an up and over door, a vaulted beamed ceiling and side access. The mature rear garden is lawned with specimen trees and established shrubs. There are two further outbuildings, the smaller of the two being used as a stable with an adjoining feedroom, and a larger open fronted L-shaped barn. The remaining land including the paddock and excluding the main garden amounts to just under half an acre - subject to measuring.


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