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Property for sale, Ellisras

R 290,145

17th of november, 2012 08:42
ZAR 360,000The Waterberg. This idyllic area of more than 150km? of Great Bushveld Wilderness with the beautiful sandstone mountains soaring 2100 metres into pristine skies is a rich tapestry of contrasts. Waterfalls and mountain streams cascade into secret rock pools in the forested fynbos of the adjacent hills and koppies. Mixed bushveld is home to a wide diversity of reptiles, birds and wildlife, many of which are rare or endangered. The Waterberg. Malaria free with a mild climate, year round. Is it possible that it's really a leisurely two-hour drive from Pretoria to Paradise? Nestled in the heart of this Eden is Tholo Bush Estate, authentic wild Africa, a mere 260km from Pretoria. Imagine your own lodge, designed and styled to your requirements, nestled in this perfect wilderness. One of only 49 full title stands on 2000 hectares exquisite views, perfectly private. All the amenitities of civilisation including electricity, water and security balanced with complete privacy and natural beauty. Tholo Bush Estate Waterberg Enjoy the privilege of your own game farm without the exorbitant costs associated with ownership. Have your say by participating in the management of the estate and the farm. Tholo Bush Estate is stocked with non-threatening game to ensure safety in the proximity of homes and the freedom to enjoy walks and drives in the surrounding bushveld. Residents can enjoy sightings of Impala, Kudu, Oryx, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Giraffe, Duiker, Warthog and smaller antelope such as Sharp's Grey Buck, Mountain Reedbuck and Steenbok. Tholo Bush Estate offers all this and so much more at a fraction of the price of owning a game farm! A central lodge and a mere 49 full title stands, spread across picturesque ridges for exceptional river views and optimum privacy. Stands from R360 000Property Features: Reception Rooms Carport Living Rooms (www.holprop.com - ad: ZA4606599)
Property for sale, Vaalwater

R 3,800,000

17th of november, 2012 04:25
Bedrooms: 4
Vaalwater, this 123 Ha farm is partly game fenced farm is ideal for a family retreat, game breeding or property development. The four bedroom house, set in a natural garden, blends with the environment. From the open veranda, experience the river flowing in close proximity, creating peace and tranquility. The property also offers one private chalet, one chalet, three garages, two carports, staff quarters, workshop and shed. The typical bushveld habitat with natural dams, are home to small game and an abundance of bird life.
Property for sale, Vaalwater

R 10,800,000

17th of november, 2012 04:25
Price: ZAR 10.800.000 Prestigious Game Farm - 333 hectares in the malaria-free Waterberg area Limpopo region and is 1,500 m2 above sea level. The farm is part hilly, two hills are part of the farm, part open savannah, grasslands and trees, vegetation supports various animals, browsers and grazers. The main house has two double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms as well as a spacious walk-in closet with built-in cupboards. On the ground floor is a very spacious main lounge and a lounge/TV area on the mezzaine floor. There are two working desk areas, one on the ground floor and the other on the mezzaine floor, a fully furnished dining room, guest bathroom, an unfurnished guest room with shower, large fully equipped kitchen with oven, large fridge, two large freezers, washing machine, dryer and wall cupboards and next to the kitchen is a large storage round. Outside is a large covered terrace with table and chairs overlooking animal grazing grounds, outdoor fireplace for barbecue and Jacuzzi size swimming pool. The gardens have lighting and there is a small power generator. The Club House has a dining room accommodating up to fourteen people fully equipped with cutlery, glassware, crockery and cooking utensils. Two separate toilets, separate fully equipped kitchen, fully equipped laundry room, internal fireplace two thirds surrounded by couches, a terrace with outdoor fireplace for barbecues and wooden table and chairs, and a large swimming pool with pool chairs. Cottages One and Two are fully decorated, furnished and ready for use and have two double bedrooms, bathroom with shower and WC, lounge, open kitchen fully furnished including washing machine and fridge, covered terrace with table and chairs and outdoor fireplace for barbecue. Cottage Three is fully decorated, furnished and ready for use and has one double bedroom, bathroom with bath and toilet, a smaller lounge than the other two cottages, open kitchen fully furnished including washing machine and fridge and covered terrace with table and chairs. The Manager´s House is painted but not furnished and has lounge, open kitchen fully furnished including washing machine and fridge, bathroom with shower and toilet, fully equipped bathroom and covered terrace. There is covered parking for up to five vehicles, separate closed garage for one vehicle, a game viewing vehicle with closed cockpit in excellent condition and a fire fighting trailer. There are staff quarters for two staff including bathroom and kitchen, fully equipped tool shed, wood storage room, two x diesel storage tanks with 500 liters capacity each and water tank. The farm has a large dam, own water supply from underground source and the water is of excellent quality and highly drinkable, electricity from Eskom, the main house has two electric boilers, one for each cottage, one for club house and one for Managers House. This piece of Africa borders two privately owned game farms and one commercial game farm, Safari Lodge and the two staff are both trustworthy and know the property well and will be staying. The nearest town is Vaalwater 35 minutes drive where you will find police, doctor, shops, restaurants, building supplies, supermarkets, post office and banks and the larger town of Modimolle is one hour away and has an airport, hospital, golf course and all you would expect of a large town. It is 2.30 minutes easy drive to the city of Johannesburg, 1.5. hrs on the highway. The accommodation are fully furnished with linen etc and the farm is ready to be taken over as it is and no further purchases are necessary. Animals on the farm are Giraffes, Kudu, Nyala, Waterbuck, Impala, Eland, Zebras, Blue Wildebeest, Jackals, Leopard, Klipspringer, Vervet Monkeys, Warthogs and a rich variety of bird life. This superb game farm is ready for immediate occupation and will bring in a good revenue.
Property for sale, Vaalwater

R 5,700,000

17th of november, 2012 04:25
Bedrooms: 3
Size: 535 ha Location: Vaalwater, Waterberg area, Limpopo Province, South Africa. Approximately 2 hours drive from Pretoria. In close range of two well known Big Five Game Reserves. Inner farm 5-6 km from tar road. Topography: Rolling topography sloping to the North. Activities: Game Farm – ideal for intensive game breeding. Soil type: Sandy to Sand loam – Typical sandveldt bushveldt. Vegetation: The veldt is a mix of sour grass and sweeter grazing. Grazing in prime condition. A large selection of indigenous flora such as silver cluster-leaf, wild seringa, Transvaal beech (boekenhout), red bush willow, large fruited bush willow, live-long, kudu berry, peeling plane, monkey orange, common wild pear to mention only a few. Game: The farm currently hosts the following game; Kudu, Impala, Steenbuck, Duiker, Warthog, Bush pig, caracal, jackal, bat ear fox, brown hyena, smaller predators, Yellow tree squirrels and hares. All these animals will add to the thrill of your game drive. Approximately 15 -20 km of sand roads on the farm. Fences: Game fence. Approximately 15 -20 km of sand roads on the farm. Water: 2 Borehole (1500l/hour) supplies water. Two waterholes. Average rainfall of approx. 600mm per annum. General: No land claims currently registered. No servitudes registered on title deed. It is a malaria-free area and part of the bigger Waterberg Savannah Biosphere Reserve. Owened by Closed Corporation . VAT (value added tax) registered. Buildings: Main House: Newly built Old Transvaal style Approx. 200 sqm Three Bedroom main house. 2 Bathrooms. Kitchen with openplan living and dining area. Open patio (stoep) Double Garage. All furniture included excepted personal and private belongings. Eskom: 3 Phase.
Detached house for sale, Waterberg

R 483,581

17th of november, 2012 08:42
The Waterberg. This idyllic area of more than 150km? of Great Bushveld Wilderness with the beautiful sandstone mountains soaring 2100 metres into pristine skies is a rich tapestry of contrasts. Waterfalls and mountain streams cascade into secret rock pools in the forested fynbos of the adjacent hills and koppies. Mixed bushveld is home to a wide diversity of reptiles, birds and wildlife, many of which are rare or endangered. The Waterberg. Malaria free with a mild climate, year round. Is it possible that it's really a leisurely two-hour drive from Pretoria to Paradise? Nestled in the heart of this Eden is Tholo Bush Estate, authentic wild Africa, a mere 260km from Pretoria. Imagine your own lodge, designed and styled to your requirements, nestled in this perfect wilderness. One of only 49 full title stands on 2000 hectares exquisite views, perfectly private. All the amenitities of civilisation including electricity, water and security balanced with complete privacy and natural beauty. Enjoy the privilege of your own game farm without the exhorbitant costs associated with ownership. Have your say by participating in the management of the estate and the farm. Tholo Bush Estate is stocked with non-threatening game to ensure safety in the proximity of homes and the freedom to enjoy walks and drives in the surrounding bushveld. Residents can enjoy sightings of Impala, Kudu, Oryx, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Giraffe, Duiker, Warthog and smaller antelope such as Sharp's Grey Buck, Mountain Reedbuck and Steenbok. Tholo Bush Estate offers all this and so much more at a fraction of the price of owning a game farm! A central lodge and a mere 49 full title stands, spread across picturesque ridges for exceptional river views and optimum privacy. FACTS Development type Up market secure wildlife estate with access control. Location In the Waterberg between Vaalwater and Lephalale (Ellisras) Distances 260 km from Pretoria. Main Arterial route From Vaalwater on R33 for 50 km left on Witkop road for 10 km. Climate Typical Bushveld Rainfall 480 to 550 mm per annum Size of Estate 1921 ha in total Previous uses Game farming Number of stands Only 49 and one private lodge Stand sizes 2500m2 Stand views Breathtaking views of river and surrounding ridges. Roads Well maintained and treated gravel Security 24 hours with 14 hour access control Water and electricity Full bulk services provided at each stand Builders Sijakha Properties CC Approval Approval of province obtained 17 March 2006 Total building time 36 months from date of registration, 12 months to complete. Building style Own choice ? Colors and materials as per HOA rules Ownership Full title stands with share in game and common area of ? 2000ha Syndications Syndications are allowed. Pricing:Stands from R600 000 Houses from R1 290 000Property Features: Reception Rooms Carport Living Rooms (www.holprop.com - ad: ZA4562197)
Property for sale, Hoedspruit

R 1,200,000

17th of november, 2012 09:18
Bedrooms: 2
Wildlife Reserve close to the Kruger National Park Lissataba Private Nature Reserve is situated just four and a half hours drive from Johannesburg, and is within easy driving distance of the world renowned Kruger National Park. This magnificent Game Reserve is home to an abundance of plains game such as Cheetah, Leopard, Rhino, Hippo and Crocodiles as well as the occasional Buffalo, Lion and Elephant as they pass through. It is located near the towns of Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa, which cater for shopping and lifestyle requirements. There are also daily, scheduled flight from Eastgate and Phahaborwa airports. Lissataba is a well managed private reserve and offers owners traversing over 2500 hectares of unspoiled bushveld. The total open area is 5500 hectares. The magnificent Olifants River borders one side of the property and the Drakensberg Mountains provide a majestic backdrop to this unspoiled reserve.There is a communal swimming pool and clubhouse area for the use of members and their visitors. House-Homes For Sale 2 bed in Hoedspruit Limpopo South Africa find Hoedspruit properties
Plot for sale, Elands River

R 2,982,088

17th of november, 2012 08:42
ZAR 3,700,000Location The farm is situated 43.5km from the outskirts of P.E. with only 9kms of this distance being on gravel road. Size Made up of a single title, the property is 185.64 ha in extent - there is also an additional 15 hectares "inherited" from Groendal Nature Reserve. It boasts a good grazing capacity in addition to truly fantastic available browse matter. Description This area of the Eastern Cape between the Elandsrivier and the Kwazungu River is one of the prettiest pieces of real estate in the province. Comprising a series of higher plateaus and valleys as well as the flood plain of the Elandsrivier that meanders through this property. This crystal clear river is home to both small mouth and large mouth bass and there are even fish eagles to complete this picture perfect setting. The farm offers truly outstanding views of the mountain ranges of the Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve to the South and West and densely vegetated mountains of Groendal Nature Reserve to the North. Veld types The farm is made up of a combination of sweet thorn, grassveld and denser Cape valley bushveld as well as some forest. The almost ideal combinations of browse and graze are testified to by the species diversity found on the property, all of which are breeding well and appear in excellent condition. There is also 38 head of cattle grazing on this farm. Grass species found include Digitaria Smutsii, Eriantha, perennial Pannicums and Cynodon Dactylon. While the latter grass species can be of marginal value in harder areas, here by virtue of the fertile soils and high rainfall, it is a superb grazing grass and is well used right through the year. Tree species include: wild olive, milkwood, yellowwood, candlewood, cape plain, euphorbia, cabbage tree, common guarri, boerbean and sweet thorn. Rainfall The farm falls in a transition summer / winter rainfall area with an annual average of 600mm. Improvements A 2.4m high game fence of very high specification (21 strand) encloses the entire property. There is nearly 8kms of fencing which cost in the region of about R 350 000 and add to this the value of the introduced game at around R 150 000. There is a spacious 3 bed home with 2 bathrooms and huge porch complete with braai. There is one staff house and 1 small open shed. The main water supply comes from a strong fountain on the neighbouring Groendal Reserve and this water is gravity fed via a 40mm PVC pipe which is constantly running. This pipe fills a large concrete reservoir from where water is gravity fed elsewhere on the farm while the supply to the house comes directly from the cool, clear pool at the source of the fountain. This water costs approximately R 100/month and is also used to irrigate +- 10 ha of grazing along the river bank. In addition there is the perennial stream as well as 1 borehole and 1 small earth dam (holds water all year) on the elevated part of the farm. Power is supplied from a 50kv Eskom transformer. Wildlife species Game species that are currently on the property include:Mountain Reedbuck Bushbuck Blesbuck 14 Grysbok Zebra 4 Caracal Waterbuck 4 Common Duiker Red Hartebeest 4 Kudu Impala 35 Bushpig The bird life is phenomenal with species like knysna lourie, narina trogon and the resident fish eagles to name just a few. Conclusion This farm is incredibly scenic and the topography of this property would lend itself well to a game based, outdoor living eco estate or alternatively a lodge/conference/wellness or wedding venue. Alternatively simply indulge in ones own private getaway which could just as easily become a permanent residence due to its close proximity to P.E. Price R 3 700 000 plus Vat if applicable. Price includes all game but excludes the cattle.Property Features: Reception Rooms Carport Living Rooms (www.holprop.com - ad: ZA4563210)
Property for sale, Cape Town

R 1,611,939

17th of november, 2012 08:40
ZAR 2,000,000Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate ? Hermanus Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate's rare position ensures that Benguela residents enjoy majestic views over the lagoon to the Palmeit mountains, which form the spine of the Kogelberg Biosphere. The vineyards which have been planted across the estate, although young, have already asserted the quality of the terroir with awards starting to stream in on the maiden vintage. For those who love nature, this is the ultimate location. Nestled between two gentle hills on the banks of the Botrivier Lagoon, lies the Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate. Located a leisurely one hour from Cape Town , 45 minutes from Cape Town International Airport and just 10km from the historical seaside town of Hermanus, the site enjoys majecstic views over the lagoon to the Palmiet mountains, which form the spine of the Kogelberg Biosphere. Perfectly positioned to capture these panoramic views, the 210 Hectares of open land, formed by a large cove on the lagoon, offer just the right amount of seclusion and privacy. At the heart of the estate will be a productive wine farm housing a cellar where some of the region's finest wines are to be produced. Only 124 residential opportunities are available in Benguela Cove's residential plan which has been designed by leading urban architects, dhk, to capture the essence of its rural nature and breath-taking views. By deftly combining the built and natural fabric, the development succeeds in retaining its charming, rustic character. Sharing the estate with the residents is the 80 Hectare private wildlife reserve - Grey Rhebok, Duiker, Grysbok and other indigenous game roam freely through the ecologically significant Renosterveld Nature Reserve. Rarely does one find this perfect balance between nature and modern living. "The challenge was to create a place where people can live and enjoy all the benefits of a 'Farm in Africa' without the management worry or financial liability. This special place where people can create a home and unique privileged rural lifestyle, will be managed in a manner which will ensure long-term environmental and investment sustainability" - Developers Chris Drummond & Mike Nixon, on their vision for Benguela Cove. Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate is amongst just a handful of residential lifestyle estate developments in the Cape to have received full government approval to proceed as planned. Benguela Cove Coastal Wine Estate offers:? Only 124 residential opportunities in 210 hectares ? 80 hectares private nature reserve ? 70 hectares of premiere vineyards or vines integrated into the development ? 10 hectares of olives and lavender ? Benguela residents will receive a free annual allocation of wine ? Benguela residents have exclusive recreational access to the farming areas ? A 500 ton capacity winery ? 5km of Lagoon frontage for hikes and recreation ? Two deep water jetties for water sports, water skiing & sailing ? Fishing ? Abundant bird life ? Hiking and leisure walkways ? A de luxe, boutique hotel, spa and restaurant ? 24/7 Internet connectivity ? Perimeter security with access control ? Investment security From R2 500 000Property Features: Reception Rooms Carport Living Rooms (www.holprop.com - ad: ZA4858426)
Property for sale, Mossel Bay

R 523,878

17th of november, 2012 08:42
Gondwana game reserve investment property in game farm for sale Return with us to Nature's Perfect Playground Situated in the heart of the Garden Route you will find a beautiful piece of land that will stir your senses. Set on 27,000 acres of dramatic terrain, Gondwana Game Reserve holds the distinction of being the only Fynbos reserve in the world with free roaming big five game as well as endangered species like the Cape Mountain Zebra and Black Rhinoceros. The reserve is ideally and accessibly located in the world famous Garden Route just 3.5 hours drive from Cape Town and 45 minutes from George Airport. Nearby charming coastel towns, pristine beaches and top golf courses to explore. The Mediterranean climate affords prime year round game viewing and is recorded as the second most moderate climate in the World next to Hawaii. The first of its kind in the Western Cape, Gondwana offers the chance to own a bush home in a private game reserve with 5 star amenities and the ultimate luxury . . . space to enjoy your natural surroundings. Activities Activities in the malaria free game reserve include game drives with expert field guides in open game viewing vehicles and horse-back safaris, bush picnics, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and bird watching in the reserve's 1000 hectare protected area. AJunior Ranger program is available for children while parents enjoy some quiet time or indulge with a spatreatment. Site Layout o The residences are surrounded by ample undeveloped land allowing for spectacular views of wildlife, nature and the Outeniqua Mountains. The Private Residences Technical Information o Free hold title ownership of property o All sites are serviced with 2x4 road access, Eskom electricity, potable water and telephone/internet supply Architecture o The style is natural bush, with thatched roofs and Cape Country elements. o The homes are built with Safari type o Each North facing site is situated within a o Owners have exclusive traversing rights living in mind - double volume, 1 hectare (2.5 acre) exclusive use area o There are 5 residence camps within the reserve located several kilometres apart o Each housing camp (at least 300 hectares) is fenced for safety and freedom of movement and inhabited with plains game o All sites are placed discretely into the landscape for minimal visual impact to the surroundings and full access to the reserve o A luxurious main bush lodge has been built for owner recreation o 4 years to build from transfer. o Monthly levy (currently R1890) maintains reserve and covers all household services except direct electrical costs metered in house. o ROI potential through participation in the reserve rental pool folding windowed doors that open onto large decks and open plan interiors for spacious indoor & outdoor living. o Beautiful plot and plan options or design your own within architectural guidelines o 370m2 under roof (241m? interior with 131m? exterior wooden deck) Free Roaming Big 5 Imagine co-existing with herds of wildlife in a vast and beautiful place. The first Big 5 game reserve in the Western Cape with over 1500 head of general game such as Eland, Kudu, Black Wildebeest, Springbok, and Zebra to enjoy on your doorstep. Lehele Lodge - Club House Its cool organic style provides the ultimate watering hole to sample the fantastic Cape wines at the bar, enjoy gourmet meals in the dining room, and view the abundant animal life from the many outdoor areas. TV & Internet facilities in bar& library. Service A variety of services are available to owners through the hotel and club house staff - housekeeping, private chefs, babysitting, repair and maintenance, private field guides and car transfers from airports and surrounding areas. Fynbos Vegetation The world's smallest and richest floral kingdom, providing a tapestry of year round colour. The landscape is lush and green yearround with over 2000 floral species to discover on Gondwana alone. 5 Star Boutique Hotel Luxury Kwena Huts, an innovative Khoi San-inspired design providing guests with a 180 degree view of the surroundings. Facilities include main reception, lounge/bar and dining areas, infinity pool, bush spa, and 14 stand-alone suites. Gourmet Cuisine Delicious cuisine is passionately prepared by our international chefs. Enjoy a bush brunch after a morning game drive or an elegant 4-course dinner in Lehele Lodge. Meals can be delivered to your doorstep and your kitchen can be stocked on arrival. Endemic Birdlife The Fynbos vegetation draws over 150 species of birdlife, many of which are endemic and seen nowhere else in the world such as the Cape Sugarbird and Orange breasted sunbird. Endangered species like the Black Harrier are frequently seen. Fynbos Villas Luxury accommodation in private bush villas which include 10 superior rooms and 10 deluxe suites (ideal for families). They boast maximum privacy and awe-inspiring views. Can be privately staffed with your own chef, ranger and butler to cater to your every whim. Gatehouse 24 hour manned security points for access control into the reserve. An Investm (www.holprop.com - ad: ZA4562224)
Farm for sale, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, UK

R 9,253,858

13th of february, 2014 14:23
Bedrooms: 5
Set in an idyllic secluded location, Low Park Barn is a wonderful, light-filled barn conversion with stunning accommodation over two floors. Dating from the mid-1800’s the property has a traditional Lincolnshire barn layout with former stables, grain store, threshing room and cart sheds grouped around a sheltered south-facing crew-yard. Much of the charm of the property today comes from the careful preservation of the period buildings, with arched barn-door windows, exposed reclaimed brick-work, cast iron guttering and impressive oak beams making striking features throughout the interior. New design additions, such as the solid oak latch-handled doors, carefully match the age and style of the property. Whist the period integrity of the house has been carefully conserved, the property has been enhanced throughout with the benefits of modern fittings and energy-efficient systems. Particular features include; underfloor heating, an eco-friendly ground source heating system, rain-water harvesting and a centralized home hub powering audio, TV and internet systems. The spacious interior is a mix of informal, open plan living spaces, impressive reception rooms and bedrooms on two floors, whilst the many windows flood the house with natural light and make the most of the open views. Eight acres of gardens and paddock are surrounded by rolling Lincolnshire meadows and woodland. Combining charming period style with modern fixtures and cost saving energy-efficient systems, Low Park Barn is an impressive, unique and fun country residence. Low Park Barn has a wonderful rural location and is just a short walk from the pretty Lincolnshire village of Aslackby, which lies 17 miles to the south of Grantham and 7 miles from Bourne. Aslackby itself has a thriving Church and pub, there are local stores available at nearby Folkingham and Rippingale and the busy market town of Bourne offers shopping and leisure facilities. The lovely, renowned Georgian town of Stamford, 18 miles to the south, has further shopping, bars, restaurants, a busy Arts Centre and is home to the famous George Hotel and the Burghley House Estate. The property is well placed for road access with the A1 just a few miles away, whilst Grantham Station is on the East Coast high speedtrain link to London and the North. The area is excellently served for education with private schools at Stamford, Oakham and Uppingham, and Grammar Schools in Bourne, Sleaford and Grantham. Grimsthorpe Castle with its extensive parkland and grounds is just a few miles away and it is an easy drive to Rutland Water which offers sailing, biking and other outdoor leisure pursuits. There are golf courses at nearby Toft and Burghley Park. APPROACH The house is approached from the village by a quiet lane from where the drive sweeps down to the barn and round to the south-facing faade and gravelled courtyard. There is parking in front of the house with the detached Garage & Office to one side. Flagged steps lead from here to a sunny patio and the Front Door. OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN & DINING ROOM The wide glazed front door leads into this wonderful open plan space, which forms the heart of the property and is ideal for everyday family life. The many striking features include original roof beams and exposed brick-work, windows with lovely views, and wide doors on each side that open onto flagged patios. The Dining area is ideal for large-scale entertaining and family meals, and at this end of the room a run of neatly designed cupboards are tucked underneath the staircase. Doors lead from here to the Cloakroom and the Living Room. The spacious Kitchen is divided from the dining area by a wide, sociable peninsula with breakfast bar seating, and is fitted with a range of painted solid-wood wall and base units with a mix of oak and marble work-surfaces. The 1 bowl ceramic sink has a mixer tap and sits beneath a window overlooking the garden, and a central island provides more storage and a food preparation area. Appliances include a Britannia Range with electric oven and six ring gas hob, an integrated dishwasher and integrated American style fridge/freezer. BREAKFAST ROOM 18' x 8' 11'' (5.49m x 2.72m) Wide double glazed doors link the Kitchen to this sunny room which has windows on all sides overlooking the garden and pond, exposed brickwork and dado-height tongue & groove panelling. A pioneer-style wood-burning stove provides heat in the cooler months and French doors allow the room to be opened up to the patio on sunny days. LARDER Adjacent to the Kitchen, the walk-in Larder has a cool atmosphere and practical shelving for food and kitchen equipment. CLOAKROOM Steps up from the Dining room lead to a cloakroom with tiled floor, exposed brickwork walls, white basin and WC. SITTING ROOM 37' 3'' x 16' 10'' (11.35m x 5.13m) An elegant reception room which features French doors opening to each side of the house, a brick and timber fireplace fitted with a wood-burning stove, and a wall of fitted cupboards and display shelving. SIDE HALL From the Kitchen, a side Hall leads down the eastern, single-storey wing of the house. A bench built from reclaimed timbers is a quirky feature, and there is a Garden Door leading out to an arched porch on to the side lawn. UTILITY & CLOAKROOM With tiled floor and a white suite with basin and WC. A run of wall units and shelving has space and plumbing below for a washing machine and tumble-dryer. PUMP ROOM This houses the Geo Thermal ground source heating system, the water softener and the home networking hub which controls audio, TV, internet and security systems throughout the whole property and office. GAMES ROOM 37' 1'' x 18' 7'' (11.3m x 5.66m) Steps lead down into this spectacular room, currently used as a huge informal games space, which has an impressive vaulted ceiling, two arched floor to ceiling windows and a stable door opening into the sunny courtyard. A door leads from here to the ground floor bedrooms, currently used as guest accommodation. GUEST ROOM ONE 14' x 12' 2'' (4.27m x 3.71m) With an impressive vaulted ceiling and view of the central courtyard. BATHROOM A lovely, airy room with a vaulted ceiling, this has been beautifully fitted with Travertine marble floors and a white suite comprising OF basin, WC and Jacuzzi bath with hand-held shower attachment. GUEST ROOM TWO 19' 2'' x 18' 7'' (5.84m x 5.66m) This striking, vaulted room is tucked at the far end of the barn and is flooded with natural light from a window overlooking the courtyard. French doors open on to a private south-facing patio from which there are views of the open meadows beyond. FIRST FLOOR The stairs lead from the Dining Room & Kitchen to an attractive Landing where a window seat is the perfect place to enjoy views over the garden to the paddock. There is also a large landing cupboard. MASTER BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM & ENSUITE BATHROOM 19' 4'' x 17' 2'' (5.89m x 5.23m) With a vaulted ceiling and floor-depth windows on both the garden and south side of the house, this lovely room features original restored roof timbers and wonderful views. A wall of fitted wardrobes, with hanging, shelving and internal lights link the bedroom to the Dressing Room and Ensuite Bathroom. DRESSING ROOM 16' 11'' x 7' 3'' (5.16m x 2.21m) A quiet space ideal as a dressing room or private sitting area. ENSUITE BATHROOM With Travertine marble floor and tiling and a bath positioned under the south-facing window, the white suite also includes a basin with mixer tap set in a vanity unit, bidet, and curved shower cubicle with Monsoon shower. BEDROOM TWO 13' 11'' x 13' 4'' (4.24m x 4.06m) With a south-facing window, large cupboard and vaulted ceiling. FAMILY BATHROOM With a white suite comprising bath, basin, WC and shower-cubicle with Monsoon shower. Large linen cupboard with shelving. BEDROOM THREE 17' 11'' x 11' 5'' (5.46m x 3.48m) Located on the apex of the main barn, this sunny room has windows on three sides and original beams. GARAGE & OFFICE Adjacent to the main house is a detached four car Garage with a double car-port to one side next to double doors leading to internal parking for two further cars. There is a log store on the ground floor and a CLOAKROOM with WC and basin. A separate side door leads into the garage from where an enclosed staircase leads up to the first floor Office. SELF-CONTAINED OFFICE 33' 8'' x 14' 7'' (10.26m x 4.44m) Running the full length of the building, this wonderful space has four Velux windows allowing plenty of natural light and, at the far end, full-length south-facing French windows with peaceful views over the surrounding countryside. The office is fully equipped as a home business centre with an Internet server connecting to the hub and systems in the main house. The Office has under-floor heating and a separate alarm system. GARDENS Low Park sits in around three acres of open grounds with a five acre paddock on the south side. The lawned gardens to the house are bordered by semi-mature hedging. Each side of the barn has sunny patios with French doors linking them to the interior and allowing easy access to the garden. The rear garden has a large lawn with a living willow arbour feature to one side whilst the side garden has a natural pond whose plant-life, reeds and trees provide a haven for wildlife. A stream runs along the edge of the southern perimeter bordering the Paddock and woodland beyond. At the far corner is a handy car-washing area fitted with an electrical socket and water supply. There is also ample space for a south-facing vegetable garden. A wide patio runs along the barn’s attractive south-facing faade which is draped with climbers including wisteria. The garden benefits from a r... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1302444/
House for sale, Ceredigion SA48 8, UK

R 4,161,790

17th of november, 2012 07:16
Bedrooms: 4
A 4 Bedroom Detached Period Farmhouse Extended In 1990. Set In 8.5 Acres Of Organic Pastureland With An Acre Lake And Some Woodland. Double Garage/Workshop, Stone And Slate Building For Renovation. A Large Privately Located Property With Abundant Wildlife, Peace And Quiet. Offered With No Onward Chain And Annex Possibilites The Property Bridport House is a stone and a tiled roof detached property dating from C1900 and extended and modernised in the early 1990's including double glazing throughout with floating insulated floors and cavity wall insulation to the extension. Now a spacious property with scope for an annex if desired, it now comprises:- Front Entrance Via a wooden door into the original part of the property Main Hallway with original wooden walls and staircase to first floor Reception Room 1 4.62m(15'2'') max x 2.92m(9'7'') facing the front Reception Room 2/Games Room 4.62m(15'2'') max x 3.86m(12'8'') max facing front and with the original fireplace blocked off Into The Extension which runs along one side and across the rear of the property Kitchen/Dining Room 8.99m(29'6'') x 4.17m(13'8'') A superb sized working kitchen area fitted with a range of base units, gas cooker twin stainless steel sinks in front of a picture window with lake view. ample power points and plumbed for washing machine, space for an American style fridge/freezer and tumble drier etc, under stairs storage and option of an additional Range cooker Dining Area fitted with base and wall cupboards and with picture window overlooking the fields Inner Hall Way with doors to rear and side gardens, Cloak room with toilet and wash basin. Second staircase to first floor with cloaks and wellie area Lounge 6.07m(19'11'') x 3.66m(12'0'') with newly fitted double french doors to side garden, wall mounted fire and a window to the front First Floor via the main staircase to Landing 4.24m(13'11'') x 2.95m(9'8'') with super views and space for a study or even an en-suite bathoom to bedroom 3 if desired Master Bedroom 4.62m(15'2'') x 4.27m(14'0'') Being in the orginal house and with a Dressing Room/Possible En-Suite off 8'x 6'3 Bedroom 2 3.76m(12'4'') x 3.05m(10'0'') with dual aspect windows Bedroom 3 4.29m(14'1'') x 2.92m(9'7'') with super views over the fields and the lake Bathroom 4.39m(14'5'') x 2.13m(7'0'') part tiled with toilet, wash basin, bath and a double shower cubicle with direct feed shower. UPPER HALL TO INNER Landing 4.22m(13'10'') x 3.66m(12'0'') where the second staircase leads to another large landing area, which could easily be closed off from the main house to become an annex bedroom and living room incorporating bedroom 4 Bedroom 4 4.80m(15'9'') x 3.66m(12'0'') currently the Study - with dual aspect windows Outside the property sits surrounded by its own land with no visible neighbours. Gravel Patio to sides and rear and a front rockery border. Stone And Slate Range Derelict and currently unfit for use but retained due to potential for conversion to holiday cottage (subject to planning consent) or for renovation to barn or farm outbuilding Double Garage/Workshop 7.82m(25'8'') x 6.02m(19'9'') with two auto electric up and over doors, power and light. Built of block with a corrugated roof and concrete floor Two Garden Stores one timber 16' x 10' and one metal 12' x 9' with a concrete base The Lake is about an acre in total and includes a wooded island. It is spring and ground water level fed, never dries up or floods The Land amounting to 8.5 acres in total, the land has been organically managed for 20 years and has been ungrazed for 10 years. In four distinct areas which are partly mown with with mown rides throughout remainder Woodland in small areas of mixed native and conifers planted by the current owners mixed in with mature trees and shrubs. Land Notes The property boundaries of the land are formed by a mix of fenced and hedge banks. The original paddocks within the boudaries have been opening to allow free access through what were originally gateways, hedgerows remain. It abounds with a huge range of flora and fauna including Buzzards, Red Kites and Wood peckers Services mains electric and water, private drainage to a modern double chambered septic tank, telephone with broadband reception, wooden double glazing and economy 7 heaters all on individual timers. Council Tax Band E. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2089731/
House for sale, Staffordshire Moorlands

R 18,116,020

17th of november, 2012 07:26
Bedrooms: 11
Description and General Remarks Paddock House Farm occupies an idyllic location just outside the well considered Peak District Village of Alstonefield. The main farmhouse has been renovated by the current owner who has also upgraded many of the outbuildings/barns to now offer six holiday units of varying size. It is now well equipped to move the holiday business forward and the owner already has his own active website . The property is accessed via a long tree lined drive.. Rural views are enjoyed to all aspects. The opportunity to purchase such a property is rare, so a viewing to understand the full extent of what is on offer comes thoroughly recommended. The property is situated between Alstonefield and Hulme End both provide a good base for walking in the Peak District National Park. The George, the public house, located in the Village of Alstonefield runs a farm shop supplying local produce to tourists and surrounding area. Other popular Peak District attractions such as Hartington Village, Milldale and The Manifold Way are all within easy reach. LOCATION The cities of: Derby - 20.5 miles Nottingham 36.5 miles Manchester 41 miles Stoke on Trent - 21 miles Mainline railway connections are available from all the major cities as well as Macclesfield and Buxton with international airports at Manchester, Birmingham and East DIRECTIONS From Ashbourne - Leave Ashbourne along the A515 heading towards Buxton. Turn left for Alstonefield. Pass through the village and continue out heading towards Hulme End where the property can be found on the left hand side clearly identified by the Paddock House Holiday Cottages' sign Paddock House Farm Accommodation A series of stone steps lead from the main courtyard to the main entrance Vestibule Solid Oak entrance door and glazed door to dining room. Dining Room 5m x 4.4m (16'3 x 14'4) maximum Attractive staircase leading to half landing and feature window. Hardwood flooring, feature fireplaces with timber surround, stone slips and hearth, range of fitted mahogany storage cupboards. Living Room 9.1m x 4.9m (29'10 x 16'1) Attractive fireplace with carved stone fireplace and hearth. French doors lead to garden, four other windows with working shutters, hardwood flooring. Inner Lobby Providing access to dining room, ground floor shower room, breakfast kitchen and utility room. Breakfast Kitchen 4.9m x 3.5m (16'2 x 11'4) Extensive range of fitted units comprising base and wall cupboards, complementary work surfaces and breakfast bar, cooking range and cooker hood, plumbing for dish washer, porcelain twin sink, exposed ceiling beams, windows to two aspects. Walk in Larder off Kitchen. Ground floor Shower Room Power shower cubicle, low flush wc and wash hand basin. Utility Room Tiled floor, range of fitted units, plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Side Entrance Hall With walk in storage cupboard and glazed door to courtyard. Leading to the Boot Room and the Boiler Room. Cellar Access from the Dining Room there is an exposed stone wall with a fitted staircase leading to the fitted wine cellar. Separate Office Set north of the main house, in a separate wing, an office with broadband, currently used as the booking office for the holiday cottages. Cloakroom/WC Off FIRST FLOOR Central Landing Hard wood flooring and two storage cupboards, access provided to all first floor rooms. Master Bedroom 5m x 4.9m (16'4 x 16'1) Double glazed window to front and side, fitted wardrobes with concealed entrance to en-suite. En Suite Shower Room Large power shower, wash hand basin and low level flush wc. Bedroom Two 4.4m x 4.1m (14'4 x 13'4) Double glazed window to rear and side, fitted wardrobes. Bedroom Three 3.8m x 3.8m (12'4 x 12'4) Double glazed window to front, fitted double wardrobes. Bedroom Four 2.5m x 2.4m (8'3 x 8') Double glazed window to rear. Bedroom Five Double glazed window to rear. Refitted Family Bathroom Large range of fitted vanity units incorporating twin wash basins, illuminated recessed mirror, low level wc, large bath with power shower above. Outside Gardens The gardens of Paddock House Farm provide a delightful setting for the house with both formal and informal areas of great variety and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The long driveway to the farmhouse provides a beautiful approach. The drive is lined by trees and open pastureland and then divides by the house with branches off the drive serving the different parts of the property. The main driveway passes the front of the house and divides again. The main drive leads past a pretty wildlife pool at the entrance to the main courtyard where the driveway passes around a central lawned island with ornamental box hedging, flower beds, stone terrace and central stone urn. The Living Room French windows open to a stone paved terrace and a lovely walled garden with a southerly aspect. An area of lawn is surrounded by dry stone walls and yew hedges. The garden is divided into a number of formal borders surrounded by stone edgings and low clipped box hedges. Stone steps rise to an upper level of garden with mature borders planted to rhododendrons and further area of lawn planted with bulbs and a larger number of young trees. Barn This good sized barn of steel construction with double doors can provide access for vehicles if required, one half being converted to a games room and shower room to service the holiday cottages if required. To the rear of the barn are three loose boxes and tack room. Tenure and Possession The property is offered freehold with vacant possession being granted on completion Services It is understood that there is mains water with a metered supply via the neighbouring farmer together with mains electricity. Private drainage arrangements. Heating for farmhouse and Cottages via oil fired central heating. Local Authorities: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire. Tele: Peak District National Park. Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire. Tele: Fixtures and Fittings Other than those fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in these sales particulars no other fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Carpets and curtains are available by separate negotiation. Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements. We are informed that there is one public footpath which traverses the driveway, but, prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries. Viewing Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents' Ashbourne Office on , alternatively please e-mail us at Finance AMC specialise in loans for the purchaser of country property, farms and land. If you require finance for the purchase of this or any other property please contact your nearest office of BAGSHAWS LLP. Photographs Some photo's are taken with a wide angle lens camera THE COTTAGES Six Cottages have now been created and updated as holiday cottages OAK COTTAGETHREE BEDROOM COTTAGE Located to the rear of the main house with a particular feature being the church style window with spectacular far reaching views at the rear. Entrance Hall Lobby Open Plan Lounge Dining/Kitchen, most delightful arched top window taking advantage of superb views Double Gallery Bedroom (located over the Lounge) taking advantage of the views WC being low flush Twin Bedroom Single Bedroom Bathroom. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2182924/
House for sale, Dursley

R 7,347,479

8th of september, 2013 04:41
Bedrooms: 6
A true example of a former 'Gentleman’s Retreat' sitting proudly within secluded grounds conveniently positioned for M5 connections. This Victorian family residence is positioned within a plot of just over 9.5 acres of gardens, meadows and paddocks offering fabulous opportunities for those wishing to keep horses or live stock. The flexible grounds offer a range of outbuildings including 5 stables with a covered grooming area and yard, hay barns and other versatile structures. Wick House Farm offers spacious family accommodation with many period features typical of its origin including ornate cornicing, ceiling moulds, bay windows, high ceilings and pretty fireplaces in many of the rooms. As illustrated on the floorplan the well-proportioned accommodation is positioned across three floors with the ground floor offering an entrance hall leading to the principal reception rooms including sitting room and dining rooms with beautiful bay windows and fireplaces plus additional second sitting room. A bespoke fitted kitchen is situated at the heart of the house and offers an Aga, central preparation station and a range of fitted units leading to the breakfast room, games room and conservatory. Further areas on the ground floor include a utility room, shower room and cloakroom. On the first floor the beautiful master bedroom is serviced by a fine ensuite with a free-standing roll-top bath, whilst two further ample bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom with bath and shower cubicle. There are three equally well-proportioned bedrooms situated on the second floor all of which are serviced by a shower room. All bedrooms are positioned to offer beautiful views of the grounds. STR130185 Situation Wick Farm House is situated in a private position nestled between the Severn Vale and the Cotswold Hills escarpment. Nearby villages including North Nibley offer a Post Office, Community-run Shop, Church, Garage, Pub and a primary school along with its famous monument to William Tyndale, translator of the New Testament in the early 1500s. The nearby town of Wotton-under-Edge caters for most day-to-day needs and boasts a Farm Shop, Cinema and Secondary School. The market towns of Dursley and Tetbury are within easy reach with a more diverse selection of shops, leisure facilities and restaurants. Cheltenham, Gloucester and Bristol are easily reached via the M5 and meet further requirements. Nearby road access includes the M5 & A38 connecting the Midlands and the West Country, as well as the M4 at Bristol, ensuring easy access to London and the South West. Intercity rail links into London are available from Bristol Parkway or Kemble Stations linking into Reading and London (Paddington). Recreational pursuits include golf at Stinchcombe and Cotswold Edge, hunting with the Berkeley Hunt and first division rugby at Kingsholm, Gloucester. Berkeley Castle is also nearby as is the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge. Outside The grounds are a particular feature of the property with vehicular access available via a gated in-out driveway or alternatively via a separate gated access into the yard. Plentiful parking is available for a range of vehicles as well as providing access to the paddock and stables. The house itself offers comprehensive family gardens to both the front and rear, enclosed via a variety of trees providing optimum privacy. The smaller of the two paddocks has been planted in recent years with a variety of trees providing a natural haven for a variety of wildlife and whilst it has been left open for access from the garden, this could easily be fenced off. Access to the main paddock and stables/outbuildings is located via the yard. A paved seating terrace is located to the side of the house offering both sunny and shaded areas. Additional Information Agents Note: We have been advised by our vendors that the postal code is not a true representative of where the property is situated. Please call the branch to discuss.
House for sale,

R 3,469,662

12th of february 09:44
Bedrooms: 3
Enchanting character detached residence in peaceful rural hamlet Situated close to the coast and only four miles from Looe Light and airy living spaces and bespoke Pine kitchen with Rayburn Three double bedrooms enjoying breathtaking rural views Bristling with charm featuring slate and original tiled flooring In level mature grounds with walled gardens and complete privacy Versatile garage/workshop building with ample secure parking Beautiful and separate self contained studio/annexe with income potential Beside popular village with primary school, shop and pub with restaurant GROUND FLOOR Hallway With original 'Minton' tile flooring leading through to the rear of the house and principal reception rooms Sitting Room Enjoying morning sun with a wealth of exposed stone work. Fireplace with a raised slate hearth and wooden mantel housing a multi fuel wood burning stove Dining Room Featuring a dual aspect with glazed doors opening to the adjacent Vine House and also opening into the kitchen. This is a really sociable family room with wooden flooring and a lovely light and airy atmosphere Vine Room In need of some repairs, yet housing a delightful mature grape vine with an adjacent Greenhouse Kitchen Splendid slate flagstone flooring and a bespoke handmade kitchen suite featuring a comprehensive range of Pine units, complimented by solid Oak working surfaces with tiled surrounds and fitted Belfast sink and mixer tap. This traditional kitchen has space for a family breakfast table and within a recessed fireplace there is an oil fired Rayburn. Walk- In Larder Just off the kitchen, with exposed slate flagged stone flooring and a wealth of shelving. A really useful extension to the kitchen featuring charming arched windows and boasting character features including original game hooks Utility Room A versatile Utility/Boot room with an 'easy clean' slate flooring, Belfast sink and spaces for appliances including plumbing for washing machine Shower Room Fully tiled with a suite comprising a shower enclosure with wall mounted electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC FIRST FLOOR Landing Bathed in natural light via a large sash window and overlooking the rear garden and neighbouring farm land Bedroom One A delightful principal bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and morning sun. Fantastic views are taken in across neighbouring farm land and countryside with Dartmoor visible in the distance on a clear day Bedroom Two Also enjoying outstanding rural views across the rear garden and enjoying plenty of natural light Bedroom Three With fine views over countryside and featuring a vanity basin with storage Bathroom The suite comprises panelled bath with mixer tap, wash basin and WC Outside The property is approached via a five bar gate and a private driveway. This opens into a large courtyard laid to stone chippings, providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles with a further single driveway to the side of the property. The house is set in level mature grounds featuring a vast range of mature trees and plants, originally planted in the 1920's. Included is a beautifully enclosed walled garden with level lawn offering excellent privacy and benefiting from sun throughout the day. Additionally there are other areas of garden which provide a real wildlife haven featuring a timber summer house, established chicken runs and kitchen vegetable gardens which can provide a varying range of harvests Detached Garage/Workshop A useful and versatile space providing ample storage for vehicles, or for use as a workshop with its own power and water supply and timber concertina style doors STUDIO/ANNEXE Stairs lead from the courtyard along the side of the garage/workshop building to a decked entrance balcony with hand rail. This provides a small space for outdoor living. From here a door leads to the Open Plan Studio/Annexe. This recent addition to the property is a lovely light and airy open plan dwelling providing an excellent extension to the property's main accommodation or alternatively providing income potential Open Plan Living/Dining/Kitchen/Sleeping Accommodation With exposed wooden flooring and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and spotlights. The room is bathed in natural light with a southerly facing velux window and French doors opening to a Juliet balcony from where breathtaking and far reaching views can be enjoyed over neighbouring countryside, with Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor in the distance. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of base units with Beech working surfaces, inset stainless steel sink and drainer. Built in appliances include electric oven and hob with space for a refrigerator Shower Room Tiled walls, towel radiator and suite comprising glazed shower enclosure with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC Services Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Oil for central heating to main residence Council Tax Band E
House for sale,

R 3,265,156

8th of september, 2013 04:38
Bedrooms: 5
A Delightful And Completely Peaceful 4 Bedroom Renovated Farmhouse, With A Self-Contained Annex & New Double Glazing . 12 Acres Of Land With 2 Large Stocked Lakes Surrounded By Specimen Native Trees. A Stone Barn Converted Into A Solarium And 3 Large Workshops. The Whole With Superb Rural Views Out Over Cardigan Bay, And In The Most Desirable Setting. EER- F The Property Banc Farm is a detached stone and slate house C 18900's with a self contained Annex, oil fired central heating and new double glazing (2013 with 10 yr warranty). The property has been modernised but still retains its charm and character. Now Comprising:- Front Entrance Porch with a new composit outer door and a new hardwood inner door Lounge/Dining Room 8.18m(26'10'') x 5.13m(16'10'') max with Beamed ceiling and quarry tiled floor.open fire in stone surround with feature bread oven Stairs to first floor. Dining Area with plate rack Kitchen 5.69m(18'8'') x 1.88m(6'2'') A Galley kitchen with beamed ceiling, quarry tiled floors andfitted with a range of base and wall units. Space for cooker with extractor hood over and space fridge, plumbed for washing machine. Door to rear garden and windows overlooking the view Ultilty Room off kitchen, with freezer points and with cloakroom off with toilet and washbasin. First Floor via half landing and stairs to front and rear Master Bedroom 4.85m(15'11'') x 4.37m(14'4'') overlooking front Bedroom 4/Study 2.90m(9'6'') x 1.91m(6'3'') overlooking front Bedroom 2 4.80m(15'9'') x 2.03m(6'8'') overlooking front Bedroom 3 4.75m(15'7'') x 2.08m(6'10'') overlooking rear with sea views over Cardigan Bay to Bardsey Island and New Quay. Bathroom 2.44m(8'0'') x 2.01m(6'7'') with toilet, washbasin and bath with direct feed shower. Airing cupboard. Sea views. Self-Contained Annex converted in 1995. Accessed from the main lounge and from an indpendant external access with ramp. With tiled floors throughout Bedroom 5.08m(16'8'') x 2.72m(8'11'') Rear facing with rural views to sea Living Room 5.31m(17'5'') x 2.36m(7'9'') overlooking the main yard Front Entrance to tiled hallway Kitchen/Dining Room 3.68m(12'1'') x 3.20m(10'6'') fitted with a range of base and wall units. Plumbed for washing machine, space for freezer and electric cooker with extractor hood over. Wet Room 2.57m(8'5'') x 1.98m(6'6'') with toilet, washbasin and shower, with electric Triton shower. Double Garage 8.20m(26'11'') x 5.79m(19'0'') with power and light, open fronted. Gardens pretty lawned garden to rear of house, with sea views. Summer house/garden arbor, with seating and raised pond, currently roofless. Outbuildings The stone range is opposite the house and is divided as follows Milking Parlour 4.80m(15'9'') x 4.22m(13'10'') stone and slate, full height Barn/Solarium 12.37m(40'7'') x 4.67m(15'4'') Converted from the original stone barn 2007, and now with polycarbonate roof, cascading ponds stocked with Koi, ornamental tench, and other assorted fish. raised flower beds and TV point. The perfect place to sit and relax or for entertaining. Double doors lead out on to a stone patio overlooking the lakes and trees Door to dairy and to:- Workshop In 3 Units All with power and light Woodworking Shop 7.80m(25'7'') x 5.38m(17'8'') General Workshop 5.89m(19'4'') x 5.44m(17'10'') Games Room 5.44m(17'10'') x 3.89m(12'9'') currently set up as a double 00 gauge model railway (negotiable) of Foxley Hill and Drakes Mere for which the family have written a potted history. Door out in to the kitchen garden Kitchen GARDEN Glass greenhouse 6' x 8' with staging 2 polytunnels both 30' x 13' approx Glass greenhouse 8' x 8' with staging Outside tap Poultry house The Land lies in 5 pasture fields, approximately 12 acres in total including the yard and gardens Mains water on all fields except the hay field. The Main Lake Raised above the driveway and stocked with course fish. Wildlife Lake Created as part of a woodland scheme the lake is planted with native deciduous trees including alder, birch, ash, hawthorn and oak and has a wildlife walk around bottom pond Council Tax Band 'F' Services mains electric, water and private drainage. Oil fired central heating for house and annex. Annex has its own hot water from an immersion heater. Telephone with good broadband signal.
House for sale,

R 15,103,235

8th of september, 2013 04:07
Bedrooms: 11
Description and General Remarks Occupying an idyllic location just outside the well considered Peak District Village of Alstonefield. The main farmhouse has been renovated by the current owner who has also upgraded many of the outbuildings/barns to now offer six holiday units of varying size. It is now well equipped to move the holiday business forward and the owner already has his own active website . The property is accessed via a long tree lined drive.. Rural views are enjoyed to all aspects. The opportunity to purchase such a property is rare, so a viewing to understand the full extent of what is on offer comes thoroughly recommended. The property is situated between Alstonefield and Hulme End both provide a good base for walking in the Peak District National Park. The George, the public house, located in the Village of Alstonefield runs a farm shop supplying local produce to tourists and surrounding area. Other popular Peak District attractions such as Hartington Village, Milldale and The Manifold Way are all within easy reach. LOCATION The cities of: Derby - 20.5 miles Nottingham 36.5 miles Manchester 41 miles Stoke on Trent - 21 miles Mainline railway connections are available from all the major cities as well as Macclesfield and Buxton with international airports at Manchester, Birmingham and East DIRECTIONS From Ashbourne - Leave Ashbourne along the A515 heading towards Buxton. Turn left for Alstonefield. Pass through the village and continue out heading towards Hulme End where the property can be found on the left hand side clearly identified by the Paddock House Holiday Cottages' sign Paddock House Farm Accommodation A series of stone steps lead from the main courtyard to the main entrance Vestibule Solid Oak entrance door and glazed door to dining room. Dining Room 5m x 4.4m (16'3 x 14'4) maximum Attractive staircase leading to half landing and feature window. Hardwood flooring, feature fireplaces with timber surround, stone slips and hearth, range of fitted mahogany storage cupboards. Living Room 9.1m x 4.9m (29'10 x 16'1) Attractive fireplace with carved stone fireplace and hearth. French doors lead to garden, four other windows with working shutters, hardwood flooring. Inner Lobby Providing access to dining room, ground floor shower room, breakfast kitchen and utility room. Breakfast Kitchen 4.9m x 3.5m (16'2 x 11'4) Extensive range of fitted units comprising base and wall cupboards, complementary work surfaces and breakfast bar, cooking range and cooker hood, plumbing for dish washer, porcelain twin sink, exposed ceiling beams, windows to two aspects. Walk in Larder off Kitchen. Ground floor Shower Room Power shower cubicle, low flush wc and wash hand basin. Utility Room Tiled floor, range of fitted units, plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Side Entrance Hall With walk in storage cupboard and glazed door to courtyard. Leading to the Boot Room and the Boiler Room. Cellar Access from the Dining Room there is an exposed stone wall with a fitted staircase leading to the fitted wine cellar. Separate Office Set north of the main house, in a separate wing, an office with broadband, currently used as the booking office for the holiday cottages. Cloakroom/WC Off FIRST FLOOR Central Landing Hard wood flooring and two storage cupboards, access provided to all first floor rooms. Master Bedroom 5m x 4.9m (16'4 x 16'1) Double glazed window to front and side, fitted wardrobes with concealed entrance to en-suite. En Suite Shower Room Large power shower, wash hand basin and low level flush wc. Bedroom Two 4.4m x 4.1m (14'4 x 13'4) Double glazed window to rear and side, fitted wardrobes. Bedroom Three 3.8m x 3.8m (12'4 x 12'4) Double glazed window to front, fitted double wardrobes. Bedroom Four 2.5m x 2.4m (8'3 x 8') Double glazed window to rear. Bedroom Five Double glazed window to rear. Refitted Family Bathroom Large range of fitted vanity units incorporating twin wash basins, illuminated recessed mirror, low level wc, large bath with power shower above. Outside Gardens The gardens of Paddock House Farm provide a delightful setting for the house with both formal and informal areas of great variety and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The long driveway to the farmhouse provides a beautiful approach. The drive is lined by trees and open pastureland and then divides by the house with branches off the drive serving the different parts of the property. The main driveway passes the front of the house and divides again. The main drive leads past a pretty wildlife pool at the entrance to the main courtyard where the driveway passes around a central lawned island with ornamental box hedging, flower beds, stone terrace and central stone urn. The Living Room French windows open to a stone paved terrace and a lovely walled garden with a southerly aspect. An area of lawn is surrounded by dry stone walls and yew hedges. The garden is divided into a number of formal borders surrounded by stone edgings and low clipped box hedges. Stone steps rise to an upper level of garden with mature borders planted to rhododendrons and further area of lawn planted with bulbs and a larger number of young trees. Barn This good sized barn of steel construction with double doors can provide access for vehicles if required, one half being converted to a games room and shower room to service the holiday cottages if required. To the rear of the barn are three loose boxes and tack room. Tenure and Possession The property is offered freehold with vacant possession being granted on completion Services It is understood that there is mains water with a metered supply via the neighbouring farmer together with mains electricity. Private drainage arrangements. Heating for farmhouse and Cottages via oil fired central heating. Local Authorities: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire. Tele: Peak District National Park. Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire. Tele: Fixtures and Fittings Other than those fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in these sales particulars no other fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Carpets and curtains are available by separate negotiation. Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements. We are informed that there is one public footpath which traverses the driveway, but, prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries. Viewing Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents' Ashbourne Office on , alternatively please e-mail us at Finance AMC specialise in loans for the purchaser of country property, farms and land. If you require finance for the purchase of this or any other property please contact your nearest office of BAGSHAWS LLP. Photographs Some photo's are taken with a wide angle lens camera THE COTTAGES Six Cottages have now been created and updated as holiday cottages OAK COTTAGETHREE BEDROOM COTTAGE Located to the rear of the main house with a particular feature being the church style window with spectacular far reaching views at the rear. Entrance Hall Lobby Open Plan Lounge Dining/Kitchen, most delightful arched top window taking advantage of superb views Double Gallery Bedroom (located over the Lounge) taking advantage of the views WC being low flush Twin Bedroom Single Bedroom Bathroom with panelled
House for sale,

R 12,245,866

12th of february 09:42
Bedrooms: 4
Small Country Estate of approx. 10 Acres. * 4 Bedroom Farmhouse * 4 Bedroom Barn Conversion * 3 Bedroom Cottage Barn Conversion * 1 Bedroom Studio Lodge * Superb Indoor Equestrian Arena * 9 Indoor Stables * 3 Open Stables * Gym/Studio/Office * Garage/Workshop * Generous Parking * Tennis Court * Gardens and Lake Description Gorlofen Farm Estate is a private idyllic estate located within the South Hams and would be ideal for an equestrian family or for those looking for a life style change and additional income. Gorlofen is within easy reach of Plymouth which lies 7 miles to the west and the villages of Brixton, 1 mile to the south west and Yealmpton to the South East, which offers local bus services to Plymouth College and Ivybridge Community College. The village also benefits from excellent local facilities including a farm shop, pubs, petrol station and regular buses into Plymouth City. A few miles further there are local beaches and the popular villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo. Gorlofen Farm Estate is set within a gated entrance with mature boundaries essential for those with animals or pets. The property is a must view for those with an interest in an equestrian lifestyle or for those looking an opportunity to generate a rental income, either from the additional homes as letting units or even those looking to purchase within a family. New Barn Rebuilt by our clients from the ruins of a former barn the property has been transformed into a deceptively spacious, comfortable and thoughtfully laid out family home. With reversed accommodation the design maximises the direct access to the garden at both ground and first floor. From the slate paved terrace the front door opens into the lobby with oak floor and solid oak staircase leading down to the ground floor. The landing opens directly into the sitting room with exposed roof trusses and a fireplace housing a wood burner on a raised slate hearth, velux windows to the southern elevation. The kitchen / dining room has an electric Aga together with a range of polished work surfaces with built in appliances, island unit with recessed double Belfast sink. This room again has an oak floor and a triple aspect overlooking the gardens with French windows to a Juliet balcony overlooking the pond. An office area ideal for a pantry is located just off the kitchen. On the ground floor there are four spacious bedrooms, two of which benefit from walk in wardrobes and en-suites. The bedrooms also enjoy French doors that open onto a private gravelled courtyard garden. Conveniently on the ground floor from the courtyard a stable door leads to the boot room, WC, store room and large utility/ laundry. Outside there is also a slate paved terrace ideal for entertaining that enjoys the views of the garden. Pool Barn A characterful detached three bedroom barn offering reverse level living with modern open plan reception room, vaulted ceilings and exposed stone walls and timber beams. Pool Barn is a delightful property which would be suitable as an investment unit with a strong rental history. On the first floor the open plan reception offers ample space with defined kitchen, dining and living areas. On the ground floor, accessed via feature hard wood stair case, there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom which enjoy use of a good size family bathroom. Outside there is ample space for parking and garden areas to enjoy this delightfully tranquil setting. Currently an application for unrestricted residential use is being sought via South Hams District Council. Application number 07/1626/13/f Gorlofen Farmhouse A unique detached farmhouse with a wealth of character and charm set in a mature garden with separate drive and ample parking. Sitting Room with feature fire, Farmhouse style Kitchen/Dining Room with fuel burner, Aga and kitchen with integrated appliances, exposed beams and feature walls. French doors open into a Conservatory a delightful room to enjoy the sun throughout the day. From the spacious hall, stairs rise to first floor landing and to three spacious double bedrooms (master with en suite) and a single fourth bedroom and family bathroom. Other benefits include oil fired central heating and PVCu double glazing. The Studio Annexe The detached studio annexe offers independent accommodation ideal for a relative, stable hand or even as a private office for those working from home. Briefly comprising entrance lobby leading into the living room with mezzanine bedroom over, ample built in storage, kitchenette offering a range of base units, cooker, space for fridge and a modern bathroom completes the offering from this bijou annexe. Outside Lake with two islands and mature willows that is fed by a stream that borders the eastern boundary and makes a perfect haven for birds and wildlife. Equestrian Arena 3.73m(12'3'') x 1.88m(6'2'') The indoor flood lit equestrian arena, (38m x 19m), is the ideal place for year round training, coaching or schooling. The mezzanine provides additional storage ideal for hay but also has potential as a viewing gallery. An entrance leads directly from the school into adjoining stables, providing 9 boxes (3.38m x 3.59m up to 4.69 x 3.34m). The stables complete with automatic drinkers, Kraiberg rubber mats, electric horse shower, lighting and drainage, also benefit from a tack room (3.42m x 3.59m) and feed room (3.60m x 1.57m). To the rear of the stables a lean too drying area provides ample space for drying in the winter months (12.5m x 3m). Open Stable Boxes 3.50m(11'6'') x 3.00m(9'10'') In addition there are three open stable boxes (3.5m x 3m) and further cavity wall damp proofed tack room (3m x 3m) adjacent to an outdoor pen (11m x 10m). Outdoor Grass Arena 60.00m(196'10'') x 20.00m(65'7'') To the north of the arena there is an additional outdoor grass arena (60m x 20m) providing further training area. The 10 acres of pasture land lies beyond with easy access and bordered by mature woods and the stream. Tennis Court A full size, all season Tennis Court with enclosed Harris fence is a useful addition to the activities possible at this substantial property. Gymnasium / Games Room 5.60m(18'4'') x 5.70m(18'8'') Adjacent to the annexe. The gym provides an excellent area to train but could be altered to provide further garaging. Garage / Workshop 8.40m(27'7'') x 6.30m(20'8'') Excellent size garage with vaulted ceiling allowing additional storage. Provides ample space ideal for a car enthusiast or hobbyist. The garage also benefits from damp proofing and dry lining to provide dry and secure storage. Services Private water supply. Private drainage. Mains electricity. Oil heating for the main residence and farmhouse. Lpg gas for heating for the annexe. Site Plan Viewing Strictly by appointment with the agents. The comments made by the vendor and estate agent are not factual in any way. Tenure The agent has not had sight of the title documents and therefore the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor as to whether the property is leasehold or freehold. All Measurements quoted are approximate. The Fixures, Fittings & Appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal Photographs are reproduced for general information and it cannot be Inferred that any item shown is included in the sale. Council Tax & Business Rates, Etc You are advised to contact the local authority for details. Ordnance Survey Maps Crown copyright 2001. All rights reserved. Based on Ordnance Survey data (not to scale). Drawings/Sketches/Plans/Etc This representation is provided for general guidance and is not to scale.
House for sale,

R 12,245,866

12th of february 09:43
Bedrooms: 11
Small Country Estate of approx. 10 Acres. 4 Bedroom Farmhouse * 4 Bedroom Barn Conversion * 3 Bedroom Cottage Barn Conversion * 1 Bedroom Studio Lodge * Superb Indoor Equestrian Arena * 9 Indoor Stables * 3 Open Stables * Gym/Studio/Office * Garage/Workshop * Generous Parking * Tennis Court * Gardens and Lake. Gorlofen Farm Estate is a private idyllic estate located within the South Hams and would be ideal for an equestrian family for those looking for a life style change and additional income. Gorlofen is within easy reach of Plymouth which lies 7 miles to the west and the villages of Brixton, 1 mile to the south west and Yealmpton to the South East, which offers local bus services to Plymouth College and Ivybridge Community College. Whilst the village also benefits from excellent local facilities including a farm shop, pubs, petrol station and regular buses into Plymouth City. A few miles further there are local beaches and the popular villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo. Gorlofen Farm Estate is set within a gated entrance with mature boundaries essential for those with animals or pets. The property is a must view for those with an interest in an equestrian lifestyle or those looking an opportunity to generate an rental income either from the additional homes as rental or even those looking to purchase within a family. New Barn Rebuilt by our clients from the ruins of a former barn the property has been transformed into a deceptively spacious, comfortable and thoughtfully laid out family home. With reversed accommodation the design maximises the direct access to the garden at both ground and first floor. From the slate paved terrace the front door opens into the lobby with oak floor and solid oak staircase leading to the ground floor. The landing opens directly into the sitting room with exposed roof trusses and a fireplace housing a wood burner on a raised slate hearth, velux windows to the southern elevation. The kitchen / dining room has an electric Aga together with a range of polished work surfaces with built in appliances, island unit with recessed double Belfast sink. This room again has an oak floor and a triple aspect overlooking the gardens with French windows to a Juliet balcony overlooking the pond. An office area ideal for a pantry is located just off the kitchen. On the ground floor there are four spacious bedrooms, two of which benefit from walk in wardrobes and en-suites, the bedrooms also enjoy French doors that open onto a private gravelled courtyard garden. Conveniently on the ground floor from the courtyard a stable door leads to the boot room, WC, store room and large utility / laundry. Outside there is also a slate paved terrace ideal for entertaining that enjoys the views of the garden. Pool Barn A characterful detached three bedroom barn offering reverse level living with modern open plan reception room, vaulted ceilings, and exposed stone walls and timber beams. Pool Barn is a delightful property which would be suitable as an investment property with a strong rental history. On the first floor the open plan reception offers ample space with defined kitchen, dining and living areas. Whilst on the ground floor accessed via feature hard wood stair case there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom which enjoy use of a good size family bathroom. Outside there is ample space for parking and garden areas to enjoy this delightfully tranquil setting. Currently an application for unrestricted residential use being sort via South Hams. Application number 07/1626/13/f. The Studio Annexe The detached studio annexe offers independent accommodation ideal for a relative, stable hand or even as a private office for those working from home. Briefly comprising entrance lobby leading into the living room with mezzanine bedroom over, ample built in storage, kitchenette offering a range of base units, cooker space for fridge, a modern bathroom completes the offering from this bijou annexe. Gorlofen Farmhouse A unique detached farmhouse with a wealth of character and charm set in a mature garden with separate drive and ample parking. Sitting Room with feature fire, Farmhouse style Kitchen/Dining Room with fuel burner, Aga and kitchen with integrated appliances, exposed beams and feature walls, French doors open into Conservatory a delightful room to enjoy the sun throughout the day. From the spacious hall, stairs rise to first floor landing to 3spacious double bedrooms (master with En Suite) and a single fourth bedroom nd family bathroom. Other benefits include oil fired central heating, and PVCu double glazing. Outside Pond with two islands and mature willows that is fed by a stream that boarders the eastern boundary and makes a perfect haven for birds and wildlife. The indoor flood lit equestrian arena 12'3 x 6'2 (38m x 19m), is the ideal place for year round training, coaching or schooling, the mezzanine provides additional storage ideal for hay but also has potential as a viewing gallery. An entrance leads directly from the school into adjoining stables provide 9 boxes (3.38m x 3.59m up to 4.69 x 3.34m). The stables complete with automatic drinkers and Kraiberg rubber mats, electric horse shower, lighting and drainage also benefit from a tack room (3.42m x 3.59m) and Feed room (3.60m x 1.57m). To the rear of the stables a lean too drying area provides ample space for drying in the winter months (12.5m x 3m). In addition there are three open stable boxes (3.50m x 3.00m) and further cavity wall damp proofed tack room (3.0m x 3.0m) adjacent to an outdoor pen (11m x 10m). To the north of the arena there is an additional outdoor grass arena (60m x 20m) providing further training area. The 10 acres of pasture land lies beyond with easy access and bordered by mature woods and the stream. A full size all seasons Tennis Court with enclosed Harris fence is a useful addition to the activities possible with this substantial property. Gymnasium/Games Room 5.60m x 5.70 (18'4' x 18'8') Adjacent to the annexe, the Gym provides an excellent area to train but could be altered to provide further garaging. Garage/Workshop 8.40m 6.30m (27'7' 20'8') Excellent size with vaulted ceiling allowing additional storage provides ample space ideal for a car enthusiast or hobbyist. The garage also benefits from damp proofing and dry lining to provide dry and secure storage. Services Mains water plus private water supply and private drainage. Mains electricity. Oil heating for the main residence, Pool Barn and farmhouse. LPG gas heating for the annexe. THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991: Town and Country Estate Agents endeavor to ensure the accuracy of property details produced and displayed, we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are connected, in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.
House for sale, Cilcennin

R 3,469,662

8th of september, 2013 04:04
Bedrooms: 4
A 4 Bedroom Detached Period Farmhouse Extended In 1990. Set In 8.5 Acres Of Organic Pastureland With An Acre Lake And Some Woodland. Double Garage/Workshop, Stone And Slate Building For Renovation. A Large Privately Located Property With Abundant Wildlife, Peace And Quiet. Offered With No Onward Chain And Annex Possibilites The Property Bridport House is a stone and a tiled roof detached property dating from C1900 and extended and modernised in the early 1990's including double glazing throughout with insulated floors and cavity wall insulation to the extension. Now a spacious property with scope for an annex if desired, it now comprises:- Front Entrance Via a wooden door into the original part of the property Main Hallway with original wooden walls and staircase to first floor Reception Room 1 4.62m(15'2'') max x 2.92m(9'7'') facing the front Reception Room 2/Games Room 4.62m(15'2'') max x 3.86m(12'8'') max facing front and with the original fireplace blocked off Into The Extension which runs along one side and across the rear of the property Kitchen/Dining Room 8.99m(29'6'') x 4.17m(13'8'') A superb sized working kitchen area fitted with a range of base units, gas cooker twin stainless steel sinks in front of a picture window with lake view. ample power points and plumbed for washing machine, space for an American style fridge/freezer and tumble drier etc, under stairs storage and option of an additional Range cooker Dining Area fitted with base and wall cupboards and with picture window overlooking the fields Inner Hall Way with doors to rear and side gardens, Cloak room with toilet and wash basin. Second staircase to first floor with cloaks and wellie area Lounge 6.07m(19'11'') x 3.66m(12'0'') with newly fitted double french doors to side garden, wall mounted fire and a window to the front First Floor via the main staircase to Landing 4.24m(13'11'') x 2.95m(9'8'') with super views and space for a study or even an en-suite bathoom to bedroom 3 if desired Master Bedroom 4.62m(15'2'') x 4.27m(14'0'') Being in the orginal house and with a Dressing Room/Possible En-Suite off 8'x 6'3 Bedroom 2 3.76m(12'4'') x 3.05m(10'0'') with dual aspect windows Bedroom 3 4.29m(14'1'') x 2.92m(9'7'') with super views over the fields and the lake Bathroom 4.39m(14'5'') x 2.13m(7'0'') part tiled with toilet, wash basin, bath and a double shower cubicle with direct feed shower. UPPER HALL TO INNER Landing 4.22m(13'10'') x 3.66m(12'0'') where the second staircase leads to another large landing area, which could easily be closed off from the main house to become an annex bedroom and living room incorporating bedroom 4 Bedroom 4 4.80m(15'9'') x 3.66m(12'0'') currently the Study - with dual aspect windows Outside the property sits surrounded by its own land with no visible neighbours. Gravel Patio to sides and rear and a front rockery border. Stone And Slate Range Derelict and currently unfit for use but retained due to potential for conversion to holiday cottage (subject to planning consent) or for renovation to barn or farm outbuilding Double Garage/Workshop 7.82m(25'8'') x 6.02m(19'9'') with two auto electric up and over doors, power and light. Built of block with a corrugated roof and concrete floor Two Garden Stores one timber 16' x 10' and one metal 12' x 9' with a concrete base The Lake is about an acre in total and includes a wooded island. It is spring and ground water level fed, never dries up or floods The Land amounting to 8.5 acres in total, the land has been organically managed for 20 years and has been ungrazed for 10 years. In four distinct areas which are partly mown with with mown rides throughout remainder Woodland in small areas of mixed native and conifers planted by the current owners mixed in with mature trees and shrubs. Land Notes The property boundaries of the land are formed by a mix of fenced and hedge banks. The original paddocks within the boudaries have been opening to allow free access through what were originally gateways, hedgerows remain. It abounds with a huge range of flora and fauna including Buzzards, Red Kites and Wood peckers Services mains electric and water, private drainage to a modern double chambered septic tank, telephone with broadband reception, wooden double glazing and economy 7 heaters all on individual timers. Council Tax Band E
House for sale,

R 3,714,579

8th of september, 2013 04:21
Bedrooms: 4
* A beautifully appointed 4 bedroom character residence which is part of a Grade II listed mill * 3 reception rooms * Fitted breakfast kitchen * Stunning views to the surrounds * Viewing essential Floor Layout Plan This Plan Is For Identification Purposes Only It is not to scale and is intended to show the approximate relationship of one room to another, with an indication of the main fixtures and fittings Great Alne is a delightful village in which to reside with its local Church, School, Inn and Village Hall, and close to the old market town of Alcester where excellent shopping and recreational facilities exist. Great Alne is also within easy travelling distance of Stratford-upon-Avon, Henley-in-Arden, Solihull, Warwick and The Cotswolds and readily accessible to the M40 and M42 motorway links which, in turn, access the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham International Airport and Warwick Parkway Railway Station. The Mill was first recorded in the Doomsday book and was valued at 5 shillings in 1086. It is believed that the present Mill was built in the 16th Century and was a working Mill. From 1904, it was one of the few mills regularly producing flour using stones driven by a turbine, replacing the original water wheel. The Spencer family owned the Mill in 1872 and continued working there until the mid 1960's when production ceased. In its' hey dey it produced some 100 tons of flour a week and employed 16 men. In 1979 the Mill was bought by the Gray family from Devon, who then restored it to a working Mill, producing about half a tonne of stoneground flour a week and supplying local bakeries, including Becketts farm shop at Wythall and Rima Pattiserie at Solihull and opening the Mill to the public for afternoon teas and cakes. The present Mill occupies an idyllic and tranquil location with the Mill Race running beneath. The communal grounds are an absolute delight, including wildlife pond, all weather tennis court, half mile river frontage with fishing rights and extensive country views. There cannot be many better places to relax than to sit on one of the balconies or patios overlooking the gardens and river, watch the wildlife, perhaps have a game of tennis, rowing or canoeing and not to have to worry about the upkeep! The Mill has been carefully converted into five highly individual character homes and No. 5 comprises a two storey house which occupies probably the finest setting on this select development, enjoying 180 degree views over the gardens, water and countryside. The property has a delightful rear private garden together with rear and side patio areas, whilst the lovely communal gardens provide a wonderful backdrop. Comprising:- On The Ground Floor Porch With flagstone floor, wall light point and stable door leading into:- Dining Hall 5.12m(16'10'') max. x 4.12m(13'6'') Having flagstone floor, contemporary style radiator, panel glazed windows overlooking the delightful gardens and River Alne to the front, two wall light points, recessed ceiling halogen lighting and stripped pine panel door to:- Fitted Cloakroom Having a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with wall tiling to the rear, low level w.c., radiator and stone flagged floor. Well Proportioned Lounge 4.93m(16'2'') into bay x 4.76m(15'7'') This well proportioned room enjoys a wealth of natural illumination via glazed windows to the front and rear elevation and large glazed bay window to side with double French doors leading out. Feature full height brick chimney breast with fitted cast iron wood burning stove set on a flagstone hearth. Ample space for seating and free standing furniture, double radiator, chipped wood flooring, TV and telephone points, exposed wood beams over and numerous inset downlighters. Excellent Re-Fitted Kitchen 4.78m(15'8'') max x 3.64m(11'11'') max Providing contemporary fronted base and drawer units set under a wooden work top surface with an inset stainless steel 1 sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Recess for range cooker with built in Miele two ring electric hob, integrated fridge and freezer and Bosch dishwasher. Natural illumination via a glazed window to front with double radiator set below, glazed double French doors which lead out to the conservatory and window to the same elevation. Tiled floor, space for breakfast table and chairs and free standing furniture, exposed wood beams over, numerous inset downlighters and a single wall light point and an open archway into Utility Area 5.49m(18'0'') max x 1.96m(6'5'') min Providing complementary base and drawer units set under a wooden work top surface with an inset Belfast sink with mixer tap set below a glazed semi-bay window enjoying stunning views to rear. Feature Rayburn cooker which also provides hot water and central heating, recess, power and plumbing for washer/dryer, space for free standing furniture, exposed wood beams over, inset downlighters and a stable door leading out to Delightful Conservatory 6.00m(19'8'') x 2.86m(9'5'') With matching tiled floor, cast iron radiator, recessed ceiling halogen downlighting, double glazed roof lights, double door cloaks/storage cupboard with smaller storage cupboard over, double glazed windows and double french doors and single door to the terraced gardens. On The First Floor 'L' Shaped Gallery Landing Two wall light points and stripped pine panelled doors lead into:- Bedroom Suite One 4.81m(15'9'') x 4.80m(15'9'') A delightful room with windows on three sides providing wonderful views over the grounds and river. Range of fitted bedroom furniture comprising fitted headboard with bookshelves and bedside drawers to either side, triple door wardrobe with adjacent six drawer chest of drawers and two further double door fitted wardrobes. Radiator and french doors to south facing balcony with lovely views over the pond and gardens. En Suite Bathroom 3.05m(10'0'') x 2.34m(7'8'') min. Having a white Sanitan suite comprising panelled bath set into tiled surround, shaped pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, low level w.c., tumbled marble tiled shower cubicle with chrome fitted shower. Built-in linen cupboard with hot water cylinder and fitted shelves and additional full height storage cupboard with shelving and hanging rail. Velux double glazed roof light and heated chrome towel rail. Bedroom Two 3.59m(11'9'') x 2.42m(7'11'') Providing a glazed window to front with double radiator set below, space for double bed and free standing bedroom furniture, exposed beams and two ceiling light points. Bedroom Three 3.60m(11'10'') x 2.42m(7'11'') Providing a glazed window to rear enjoying stunning countryside views beyond with double radiator set below. Space for double bed and free standing bedroom furniture, exposed wood beams and ceiling light point. Bedroom Four 4.13m(13'7'') x 2.19m(7'2'') Having two double full height built in wardrobes, radiator, high ceiling with exposed beams and French doors leading on to a balcony with lovely views over the river and gardens. A ladder leads up to a mezzanine children's play area which extends the depth of the house and provides an excellent storage or play area. Separate Shower Room Having ceramic wall tiling to full height, recessed shower cubicle with chrome shower unit, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome tap, Velux double glazed roof light and heated chrome towel rail. Outside Gardens & Grounds To the rear of the property is a delightful paved terraced area with low brick walling, herb and raised alpine beds, ornamental trees and herbaceous border with further raised vegetable beds. The residents have the use of the magnificent
Semi-detached house for sale, Liskeard

R 4,161,790

11th of february, 2014 01:35
Bedrooms: 3
Enchanting character detached residence in peaceful rural hamlet Situated close to the coast and only four miles from Looe Light and airy living spaces and bespoke Pine kitchen with Rayburn Three double bedrooms enjoying breathtaking rural views Bristling with charm featuring slate and original tiled flooring In level mature grounds with walled gardens and complete privacy Versatile garage/workshop building with ample secure parking Beautiful and separate self contained studio/annexe with income potential Beside popular village with primary school, shop and pub with restaurant GROUND FLOOR Hallway With original 'Minton' tile flooring leading through to the rear of the house and principal reception rooms Sitting Room Enjoying morning sun with a wealth of exposed stone work. Fireplace with a raised slate hearth and wooden mantel housing a multi fuel wood burning stove Dining Room Featuring a dual aspect with glazed doors opening to the adjacent Vine House and also opening into the kitchen. This is a really sociable family room with wooden flooring and a lovely light and airy atmosphere Vine Room In need of some repairs, yet housing a delightful mature grape vine with an adjacent Greenhouse Kitchen Splendid slate flagstone flooring and a bespoke handmade kitchen suite featuring a comprehensive range of Pine units, complimented by solid Oak working surfaces with tiled surrounds and fitted Belfast sink and mixer tap. This traditional kitchen has space for a family breakfast table and within a recessed fireplace there is an oil fired Rayburn. Walk- In Larder Just off the kitchen, with exposed slate flagged stone flooring and a wealth of shelving. A really useful extension to the kitchen featuring charming arched windows and boasting character features including original game hooks Utility Room A versatile Utility/Boot room with an 'easy clean' slate flooring, Belfast sink and spaces for appliances including plumbing for washing machine Shower Room Fully tiled with a suite comprising a shower enclosure with wall mounted electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC FIRST FLOOR Landing Bathed in natural light via a large sash window and overlooking the rear garden and neighbouring farm land Bedroom One A delightful principal bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and morning sun. Fantastic views are taken in across neighbouring farm land and countryside with Dartmoor visible in the distance on a clear day Bedroom Two Also enjoying outstanding rural views across the rear garden and enjoying plenty of natural light Bedroom Three With fine views over countryside and featuring a vanity basin with storage Bathroom The suite comprises panelled bath with mixer tap, wash basin and WC Outside The property is approached via a five bar gate and a private driveway. This opens into a large courtyard laid to stone chippings, providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles with a further single driveway to the side of the property. The house is set in level mature grounds featuring a vast range of mature trees and plants, originally planted in the 1920's. Included is a beautifully enclosed walled garden with level lawn offering excellent privacy and benefiting from sun throughout the day. Additionally there are other areas of garden which provide a real wildlife haven featuring a timber summer house, established chicken runs and kitchen vegetable gardens which can provide a varying range of harvests Detached Garage/Workshop A useful and versatile space providing ample storage for vehicles, or for use as a workshop with its own power and water supply and timber concertina style doors STUDIO/ANNEXE Stairs lead from the courtyard along the side of the garage/workshop building to a decked entrance balcony with hand rail. This provides a small space for outdoor living. From here a door leads to the Open Plan Studio/Annexe. This recent addition to the property is a lovely light and airy open plan dwelling providing an excellent extension to the property's main accommodation or alternatively providing income potential Open Plan Living/Dining/Kitchen/Sleeping Accommodation With exposed wooden flooring and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and spotlights. The room is bathed in natural light with a southerly facing velux window and French doors opening to a Juliet balcony from where breathtaking and far reaching views can be enjoyed over neighbouring countryside, with Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor in the distance. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of base units with Beech working surfaces, inset stainless steel sink and drainer. Built in appliances include electric oven and hob with space for a refrigerator Shower Room Tiled walls, towel radiator and suite comprising glazed shower enclosure with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC Services Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Oil for central heating to main residence Council Tax Band E. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1049514/
Semi-detached house for sale, Ormskirk

R 22,032,999

14th of march 06:02
Bedrooms: 8
Situated in private gated plot of approximately 10 acres and surrounded by fantastic open green belt countryside, Salt Pit Farm offers the ultimate in luxury living that simply must be viewed in person to be fully appreciated. This awe inspiring bespoke home was constructed in 2008 to the most exacting of specification with no stone left unturned in the pursuit of absolute perfection. Located on the edge of the spectacular Lancashire villages of Mawdesley and Eccleston, well placed for a host of amenities and within easy access to major transport links including the M6, M61 and M65 motorway networks, making it ideal for those looking to commute. Rarely do homes of this size and quality come to the market and as such, an early internal viewing is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Accommodation The accommodation is set over three floors and comprises a reception hall, principal lounge, formal dining room, family room which is open plan to the living kitchen, orangery, games room, cloakroom with wc, utility room and further wc to the ground floor. On the first floor a galleried landing, laundry and six en-suite bedrooms can be found whilst on the second floor there are two further en-suite bedrooms along with an additional wc, cinema room, gymnasium, office and sitting area and store room. Outside the property is set within a gated plot of approximately 10 acres which feature gardens, a lake, paddocks, 3 stables, extensive car parking and a detached garage block, all set to breath taking back drop of open countryside. Location The village of Mawdesley has for a long time been a favourite location for those looking for the perfect balance between countryside and modern convenience, it sits within easy access of both the M61 and M6 motorway networks suiting the needs of commuters travelling across the North West. Situated in breath-taking open countryside the village maintains much of its original character and charm with local public houses and schools that provide rustic Lancashire appeal. With the towns of Wigan, Liverpool, Ormskirk and Chorley close by, village life is never far away from more suburban civilisation. Reception Rooms The property is accessed via an impressive reception hall that has a splendid double winged staircase that rises to the first floor with a stunning galleried landing. From here double doors lead into the spectacular principal lounge, a room of epic proportions that has windows and French doors that not only offers views over the gardens and countryside but flood the space with a wealth of natural light. There is a fabulous fireplace which provides a superb centre piece to this wonderful reception room. An equally spacious and highly imposing dining room has bespoke fitted furniture and fireplace, providing a more formal area for entertaining, whilst a separate family room with log burner offers an alternative area for relaxing that is open plan to the kitchen, ideally suited to modern lifestyles. The reception areas are completed by a breath-taking orangery which has the benefit of the most amazing panoramic views, provides excellent and comfortable living space. In addition to this on the second floor a further sitting area and office space has bespoke fitted furniture completes the versatile reception space. Leisure Facilities In addition to the reception rooms there are several further rooms that provide the ultimate in luxury leisure facilities. These include a spacious gymnasium, purpose built sound proofed cinema room with large screen, surround sound and comfortable seating, plus a fantastic games room that houses a full size snooker table and has a contemporary fitted drinks bar, offering the perfect party room, that must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. Living Kitchen, Utility Room & Laundry The hub of this wonderful property is the living kitchen, a splendid open space that has been carefully designed with modern family living in mind. Fitted with an extensive range of bespoke wall and base units, complemented by granite work surfaces and a range of high specification integrated appliances. There is more than enough room for cooking and dining alike, providing a comfortable yet practical area at the heart of the home. Adjacent to here a larger and average utility room provides yet more useful storage space, whilst a purpose built laundry room can be found on the first floor which is fitted with a range of high quality washing and drying appliances. Master Suite The splendid master suite comprises an exceptional, large light and airy double bedroom with dual aspect windows that offers spectacular views over the garden areas and towards the stunning open countryside beyond. A walk in dressing room is fitted with a wealth of bespoke floor to ceiling wardrobes with hanging, shelving, drawers and shoe racks, providing extensive storage space. From here access can be gained to a luxury five piece shower room which completes the suite and comprises a double sized walk in shower enclosure, free standing slipper style bath, "his 'n' hers" twin wash basins and wc, complemented by a feature tiled wall and floor coverings and adjustable mood lighting. Bedrooms There are seven further good sized double bedrooms which have their own luxurious en-suite facilities. The bedrooms all have their own unique shape and character. Of particular interest is the guest bedroom, located upon the second floor which has its own walk in dressing room. Sanitary Facilities A large cloakroom and separate wc ideally services the main body of the ground floor accommodation, whilst a further wc located off the utility room provides yet more sanitary facilities. An addition cloakroom/wc on the second floor can also be found. Parking Arrangements The property is accessed via a tree lined private road which leads via electrically operated gates into a substantial courtyard, which provides ample off road parking for several vehicles which in turn offers access to a detached garage block that provides yet more secure parking. Above the garage a large room provides excellent secure exterior storage space. Gardens & Views The property is situated within a large private plot of approximately 10 acres. The spectacular mature gardens are a joy to behold being tastefully landscaped with stone flagged patios, large areas laid to lawn along with well tended shrub and floral displays and mature trees. There is a large natural pond which attracts wildlife including ducks and swans as well as a stone built bridge. The gardens are enclosed by fencing and are private and not directly overlooked with breath-taking open aspects to the rear, having stunning panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, that must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. Equestrian Opportunities With approximately 10 acres of land including large paddock areas and three substantial stables, along with beautiful open countryside and numerous bridleways. This property is a horse lovers dream offering excellent equestrian opportunities. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3593878/
Detached house for sale, Smarden

R 4,081,914

8th of september, 2013 04:45
Bedrooms: 3
Welcome to your country home dream! A long driveway takes you down past a beautiful old farmhouse, converted barn and oast, and ends at this most charming restored ‘Byre’. Onwards from here Just glorious open countryside as far as the eye can see. Coming to the end of the driveway, you really do feel like you have entered into your very own private world. There is ample space for your friends and family to park up and join you, including a delightful detached garage. Gather inside the fabulous vaulted living/dining room. Lovely big oak framed double glazed panels and a substantial pair of matching French doors lead you out to a charming courtyard garden. This has a lovely walled garden feel. The old cattle troughs have been retained creating an impressive raised bed! The master bedroom is tucked away at the other end of the barn. This is a quiet haven with its own en-suite and views over both the courtyard and the main garden. Walking out into the main garden you just get the impression of almost infinite space. The views are of open countryside and mighty trees. When dusk falls the night sky is all yours, and during the day you can spot the small planes and balloons with the children – that is if they aren’t already exhausted from running around the large flat garden. The detached garage also has an extra kitchen, shower room and games room over and is a real bonus. What the Owner says: We fell in love with the amazing location with its fantastic views and feeling of peace and seclusion. We liked the fact that the other converted farm buildings were around us, so that we were not totally isolated, but that as we are right at the end of the driveway there is no-one past us, just beautiful countryside and wildlife. This property, which was a derelict cattle barn, needed complete renovation and we have loved bringing it back to its former glory and beyond to create a wonderful home. The grandchildren adore it here. It is a magical home for them and they love playing in the big garden. We wander up to the local pub, or hop in the car and five minutes later are in the charming villages of Headcorn or Smarden. Room sizes:GROUND FLOOREntrance HallwayLounge/Dining Room: 23'7 × 12'3 (7.19m × 3.74m)Kitchen: 11'3 × 8'7 (3.43m × 2.62m)Bedroom 1: 16'9 (5.11m) narrowing to 12'8 (3.86m) × 12'11 (3.94m)En-suiteBedroom 2: 11'7 (3.53m) × 9' (2.75m) narrowing to 8'2 (2.49m)Bathroom: 8'8 × 5'7 (2.64m × 1.7m)Bedroom 3: 8' × 7'6 (2.44m × 2.29m)OUTSIDEGardens to Front and RearDetached GarageOff-Road ParkingShower Room  The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may be it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures & fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only as are floor plans which are not to scale and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose.
Semi-detached house for sale, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, UK

R 18,116,020

23rd of june, 2013 08:17
Bedrooms: 11
A BEAUTIFUL FIVE BEDROOM FARMHOUSE AND HOLIDAY LETTING COMPLEX ENJOYING LOVELY FAR REACHING VIEWS Six separate holiday letting units having undergone a period of upgrading by the current owner. Excellent booking levels throughout 2013. Idyllically located on the edge of the sought after, picturesque and popular Peak District village of Alstonefield. The current owner has a real eye on reducing fuel and heating costs and as such has had installed (in 2012) a Biomass boiler and solar panels to assist in reducing these costs and it now provides a good level of income from these renewable power sources. Accessed via long tree lined drive, the total site extends to approximately 6.17 acres, with more land available by separate negotiation. Viewing comes thoroughly recommended as this is the only way one can appreciate the full extent and potential of the overall site. PADDOCK HOUSE FARM ACCOMMODATION A series of stone steps lead from the main courtyard to the main entrance. Vestibule Solid Oak entrance door and glazed door to dining room. Dining Room 5m x 4.4m (16’3” x 14’4”) maximum Attractive staircase leading to half landing and feature window. Hardwood flooring, feature fireplaces with timber surround, stone slips and hearth, range of fitted mahogany storage cupboards. Living Room 9.1m x 4.9m (29’10” x 16’1”) Attractive fireplace with carved stone surround and hearth. French doors lead to garden, four other windows with working shutters, hardwood flooring. Inner Lobby Providing access to dining room, ground floor shower room, breakfast kitchen and utility room. Breakfast Kitchen 4.9m x 3.5m (16’2” x 11’4”) Extensive range of fitted units comprising base and wall cupboards, complementary work surfaces and breakfast bar, cooking range and cooker hood, plumbing for dishwasher, porcelain twin sink, exposed ceiling beams, windows to two aspects. Walk in Larder off Kitchen. Ground floor Shower Room Power shower cubicle, low flush WC and wash hand basin. Utility Room Tiled floor, range of fitted units, plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Side Entrance Hall With walk in storage cupboard and glazed door to courtyard. Leading to the Boot Room and the Boiler Room. Cellar Accessed from the Dining Room, there is an exposed stone wall with a fitted staircase leading to the fitted wine cellar. Separate Office Set north of the main house, in a separate wing, an office with broadband, currently used as the booking office for the holiday cottages. Cloakroom/WC Off. FIRST FLOOR Central Landing Hard wood flooring and two storage cupboards, access provided to all first floor rooms. Master Bedroom 5m x 4.9m (16’4” x 16’1”) Double glazed window to front and side, fitted wardrobes with concealed entrance to en-suite. En Suite Shower Room Large power shower, wash hand basin and low level flush wc. Bedroom Two 4.4m x 4.1m (14’4” x 13’4”) Double glazed window to rear and side, fitted wardrobes. Bedroom Three 3.8m x 3.8m (12’4” x 12’4”) Double glazed window to front, fitted double wardrobes. Bedroom Four 2.5m x 2.4m (8’3” x 8’) Double glazed window to rear. Bedroom Five Double glazed window to rear. Refitted Family Bathroom Large range of fitted vanity units incorporating twin wash basins, illuminated recessed mirror, low level WC, large bath with power shower above. OUTSIDE Gardens The gardens of Paddock House Farm provide a delightful setting for the house with both formal and informal areas of great variety and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The long driveway to the farmhouse provides a beautiful approach. The drive is lined by trees and open pastureland and then divides by the house with branches off the drive serving the different parts of the property. The main driveway passes the front of the house and divides again. The main drive leads past a pretty wildlife pool at the entrance to the main courtyard where the driveway passes around a central lawned island with ornamental box hedging, flower beds, stone terrace and central stone urn. The Living Room French windows open to a stone paved terrace and a lovely walled garden with a southerly aspect. An area of lawn is surrounded by dry stone walls and yew hedges. The garden is divided into a number of formal borders surrounded by stone edgings and low clipped box hedges. Stone steps rise to an upper level of garden with mature borders planted to rhododendrons and further area of lawn planted with bulbs and a larger number of young trees. Barn This good sized barn of steel construction with double doors could provide access for vehicles and one half could be converted to a games room and shower room to service the holiday cottages if required. To the rear of the barn are three loose boxes and tack room. Land A good sized grass paddock with gated access from the drive conveniently located adjacent to the barn. The site in total extends to 6.17 acres approximately. Agents Note (Renewable Energy Income) A particular feature of the development is the investment that the current owner has made in renewable energy sources by way of the solar panel installation and bio mass boiler. There are three 4 kw solar systems which were installed prior to March 2012 so they benefit from the feed in tariffs higher rate for 25 years. The vendor informs us that an income of approximately 4500 was generated for 2012 with savings in excess of 1200 in electricity costs. The Biomass Boiler Complex heating system is approved for a 20 year renewable heat incentive and over the last 6 months (April - October 2013) generated an income of 5500 approximately, with savings in excess of 7000 in oil costs. GENERAL NOTES Tenure and Possession The property is offered freehold with vacant possession being granted on completion. Services It is understood that there is mains water with a metered supply via the neighbouring farmer together with mains electricity. Private drainage arrangements. Heating by solar and Biomass boiler which is a particular feature to the property as it also provides a further income stream. Local Authorities: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire. Tele: Peak District National Park. Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire. Tele: Fixtures and Fittings Other than those fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in these sales particulars no other fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Carpets and curtains are available by separate negotiation. Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements. We are informed that there is one public footpath which traverses the driveway, but, prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries. Viewing Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents’ Ashbourne Office on . EPC Ratings Paddock House - ‘ D’ Ash Cottage - ’D’ Beech Cottage - ‘D’ Cherry Cottage - ‘D’ Elm Cottage - ‘C’ Hazel Cottage - ‘D’ Oak Cottage - ‘C’ THE COTTAGES Six Cottages have now been created and updated as holiday cottages. OAK COTTAGE—THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE Located to the rear of the main house with a particular feature being the church style window with spectacular far reaching views at the rear. Entrance Hall Lobby Open Plan Lounge Dining/Kitchen, most delightful arched top window taking advantage of superb views Double Gallery Bedroom (located over the Lounge) taking advantage of the views. WC being low flush Twin Bedroom Single Bedroom Bathroom with panelled bath, shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC Hazel Cottage, Beech Cottage, Ash Cottage, Elm Cottage and Cherry Cottage are found in an “L” shaped block that consists of: ASH COTTAGE—THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE “L” Shaped Entrance Hall Sitting Room with open fireplace Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a range of fitted cupboards and appliances. Master Double Bedroom Twin Bedroom Further Twin Bedroom Bathroom with panelled bath, shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush WC Shower Room with shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, separate WC. NB: This would be suitable as accommodation for a dependent relative or alternatively may be let. CHERRY COTTAGE— ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE This cottage being the most recently converted and consisting of: Open plan Living and Kitchen with fitted units and access off to Double Bedroom with En suite Shower Room HAZEL COTTAGE—TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE Lounge Kitchen Dining Room with range of fitted cupboards and appliances. Double Bedroom with En Suite Shower having pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC. Bedroom Two Bathroom having panelled bath, shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC BEECH COTTAGE— THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE A two storey cottage with: Entrance Hall Bathroom with panelled bath, shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC. Inner Hall leading to: Sitting Room with feature fireplace. Twin Bedroom Kitchen/Dining Room with a range of fitted cupboards and appliances. Master Double Bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Twin Bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Shower Room with shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC. ELM COTTAGE—ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE Bedroom Kitchen with range of fitted cupboards and appliances. Lounge/Dining Room Bedroom Bathroom with panelled bath, shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush WC. Agents Note; Bagshaws LLP have made every reasonable effort on behalf of their client to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that; All measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing Fixtures, fittings and any appliances referred to in these details have not been tested or checked and any reference to rights of w... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t162178/
Semi-detached house for sale, Brampton

R 7,344,335

28th of february 09:14
Bedrooms: 6
Accommodation in Brief Porch | Entrance Hall | Drawing Room | Study | Sitting Room | Kitchen | Breakfast Room | Utility Room | Cloakroom/WC | Office | Master Bedroom with Dressing Room | Five Further Bedrooms | Two Bathrooms | Shower Room | Cellar Boiler Room | Store | Gardener’s WC | Log Cabin Annex | Stable Block | Garden and Woodland The Property The Old Vicarage is a magnificent late-Victorian, detached house which was originally built by the Blenkinsopp Estate and sits amidst beautiful gardens and woodland. Greenhead lies just outside the Northumberland National Park in the heart of Roman Wall country with The Pennine Way, the UK’s first National Trail, passing through the village. The Old Vicarage retains many original features including ornate cornicing, picture rails, fireplaces and panelled doors. The house provides flexible accommodation and has a useful cellar together with a fabulous log cabin entertaining space and timber stables. Stone steps lead up to a veranda and the front door which opens into an entrance porch. The entrance hall gives access to the main reception rooms and has an attractive, original staircase to the upper floor. The spacious drawing room has a bay window with views over the garden and marble fire surround with cast iron insert with LPG gas fire. To the other side of the hall is a study which also has an original fireplace with LPG gas fire. The dual aspect sitting room which has windows to the front and side and an original open fireplace, could also be used as a formal dining room as it links through to the kitchen and breakfast room. The kitchen, which has a window overlooking the side garden, is fitted with a range of units, electric range-style cooker, Belfast sink, is plumbed for a dishwasher and has a door to the outside. The adjacent large breakfast room provides ample space for a table and chairs and has an LPG gas stove in an inglenook, Belfast sink and two large sash windows to the side. A door from the breakfast room leads into a small office, fitted with floor to ceiling period-style pine cupboards which provide excellent storage, which leads back to the entrance hall. There is a useful utility room/pantry to the rear of the property which is fitted with a range of units and 1 bowl sink and drainer. Also on this floor is a cloakroom and separate WC, large storage cupboard off the hall and access to the cellar from the passage between the sitting room and breakfast room. The cellar has potential for use as a games room, or for storage with ample head height. There is also a back stair which would have originally been the servant’s staircase to the maid’s quarters. The stairs lead up to a bright and spacious landing, both of which have attractive inlaid carpet, which is flooded with natural light from windows on the half landing. The master bedroom has a window overlooking the front garden and countryside beyond, an original fireplace with gas stove, fitted bedside cabinets and dressing table and a dressing room with a range of fitted wardrobes. There is an adjacent bathroom which is fitted with a freestanding ball and claw foot roll top bath, wash hand basin, bidet and WC. This bathroom could easily be converted into an en-suite for the master bedroom if required. There are five further bedrooms, most of which have fireplaces and fitted wardrobes, which have use of a bathroom and shower room. The bathroom is fitted with a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC, has half-panelled walls and tiling. There is a shower room fitted with a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Externally The Old Vicarage is approached from the road across a white railed bridge over Tipalt Burn up a private drive to a parking and turning area at the front of the house. The domestic outbuildings to the rear of the house include a gardener’s WC, log/coal store and laundry/boiler room; the latter houses the wood boiler system. The gardens, which surround the property, are well maintained and partially surrounded by mature hedging and woodland giving privacy. The main garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs together with a productive vegetable garden of raised beds. The surrounding woodland which comprises mixed hardwoods and is a haven for wildlife. There is also ruins of an old farm steading within the woodland, benefitting from a separate access. In all, the gardens, grounds and woodland extend to approximately 6 acres. The timber stable block comprises two loose boxes and a tack room together with a fenced yard. A bespoke log cabin is situated in a position to fully appreciate the tranquility of the garden at all times of the year. The cabin has a green ‘living’ roof, fitted kitchen units, living/dining area with log-burning stove together with a shower room with steam shower, wash hand basin and WC and a separate infrared sauna. Glazed doors from the cabin open onto a large terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining. Local Information Greenhead village lies just outside the Northumberland National Park and close to Hadrian’s Wall ideally situated to enjoy many attractions and activities as well as the wonderful surrounding countryside of Cumbria and Northumberland. The village offers a primary school, tea room, a hotel, Saint Cuthberts Church, a village hall and the old Methodist Chapel is now a youth hostel. Nearby Haltwhistle is a popular and thriving town situated between Carlisle and Newcastle. The town offers an excellent range of amenities with supermarkets, a good selection of shops, leisure centre and outdoor swimming pool, primary and secondary schooling, professional services and a new hospital which has just opened. The beautiful surrounding area is Hadrian's Wall country and the town itself is believed to be the centre of Great Britain. More comprehensive services including larger supermarkets, schooling, a larger hospital, a further range of shops and eateries are available in nearby Hexham. Both Newcastle and Carlisle provide comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities. For the commuter the property is well-located for transport links to regional centres with the Military Road which runs through the village and connects to the main A69 which provides good access to Newcastle Airport and City Centre, Carlisle and onward access to the M6 and A1. Haltwhistle and Brampton both have a railway station which provide regular links to both Newcastle and Carlisle, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south. Approximate Mileages Greenhead 0.2 miles | Haltwhistle 3.4 miles | M6 J43 16.3 miles | Carlisle 18.4 miles | Hexham 19.0 miles| Newcastle International Airport 37.8 miles | Newcastle City Centre 40.2 miles. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3074420/
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