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Substantial and much improved farmhouse in Wyverstone

Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103054001
Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103054001

Understood to have been built about 500 years ago, with significant alterations and additions in the 17th and 18th Centuries, this substantial grade II listed farmhouse, in Wyverstone, stands within delightful grounds of just over 1.5 acres.

Grange Farm, in Potash Lane, is complemented by formal gardens, orchard, sweeping driveway and numerous outbuildings enhanced by a quiet setting affording countryside views.

Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103336001
Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103336001

This historic house displays a wealth of original features and in more recent years, has been lovingly restored by the current owners with local craftsmen and materials, now resulting in a comfortable family home of enormous personality.

Being south facing, the property offers a substantial level of elegantly arranged accommodation (of some 3500 sqft excluding outbuildings and barns) benefiting from oil fired.

Features include an elegant Georgian entrance door which opens to the reception hall with stairs off to first floor.

The sitting room is a wonderful reception displaying Ovalo Mullion windows, red brick fireplace and oak flooring.

Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103108001
Potash Lane, Wyverstone ANL-151201-103108001

The dining room is an elegant reception with a fine carved beamed ceiling, oak flooring and fireplace with wood burning stove.

The study also has a fireplace with a wood burning stove and a large traditional farmhouse kitchen, boasts a huge Inglenook, walk in pantry and a range of bespoke oak units beneath an enamelled Basalt work surface.

Of particular note is a magnificent and more recently built oak framed vaulted garden room with underfloor heating, wood burning stove and affords superb views across the grounds and open countryside.

The ground floor accommodation further includes a former dairy (now large utility laundry room), and a rolltop bathroom.

A stunning 17th Century ‘Barley Sugar Baluster’ staircase leads to the first floor which includes a long heavily timbered landing, fabulous master en-suite bedroom, three further bedrooms, bathroom and second floor fourth bedroom and study.

Grange Farm is approached along a sweeping gravel driveway providing extensive vehicle parking, plenty of turning space and access to a more recently built oak post triple bay cartlodge garage with oak framed veranda to the rear.

It is £775,000.

For more information, contact Sheridans on 01284 700018.


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