A Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse of historical significance dating from 1630 situated within the delightful parish of St Andrews Major. The property is in a rural location and benefits from a south facing aspect to gardens and orchard extending to approximately an acre of mature and well landscaped grounds. Biglis Farmhouse retains many original features including a magnificent oak ceiling with hand carved reed beams and Inglenook fireplaces. The property briefly comprises of a welcoming entrance hall that leads into a traditional farmhouse style kitchen. Both the lounge and dining rooms have impressive Inglenook fireplaces, a useful study overlooks the front gardens. To the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms, two with en-suites and a further family shower room. The attic rooms benefit from exposed original ceiling beams with windows that provide panoramic views across the mature gardens and neighbouring golf course.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 16'9 X 14'1
DINING ROOM 17'4 X 15'5
LIVING ROOM 18'1 X 19'4
STUDY 5'2 X 8'5
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
MASTER BEDROOM 13'1 X 12'10
BEDROOM TWO 12'8 X 12'8
BEDROOM THREE 10'1 X 18'1
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
BEDROOM FOUR 8'6 X 17'5
LOFT ROOMS 23'0 X 13'11 (5'3 X 13'3)
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