Traditional timber-framed farmhouse
Grange Farm is a Grade-II listed farmhouse in the village of Wyverstone.
Sitting on the edge of the village in a plot of around 1.5 acres (subject to survey), the farmhouse benefits from extensive countryside views and a range of outbuildings.
Dating back to the 16th century, alterations were made in the 17th and 18th centuries including a barley sugar baluster staircase.
Spread over three floors, the accommodation includes five/six bedrooms, a farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room and a number of reception rooms.
The sitting room has a red-brick fireplace, and the dining room and study both house woodburning stoves.
The traditional farmhouse kitchen features an ingloenook fireplace, a walk-in pantry, and a range of bespoke oak fronted units.
The oak-framed vaulted garden room has underfloor heating and a woodburning stove.
The ground floor incorporates a former dairy with a large laundry room and ground floor bathroom
The timbered first floor landing leads to the vaulted master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a principal bathroom. On the second floor are two further bedrooms.
The farmhouse is approached along a sweeping gravel driveway, leading to a triple bay cartlodge garage.
One of the bays serves as a workshop with stairs to two first floor rooms/studios, and there is an oak-framed veranda to the rear.
The gardens comprise formal lawned areas, a part-walled orchard, and a rear courtyard garden with pond.
There are a number of flagstone pathways, one leading beneath an arch of roses to a glass house.
The outbuildings include a timber-framed barn with scope for improvement.
With Bedfords, Bury 769999. Guide £735,000.