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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Tenure: FreeholdA small sporting estate set in a beautiful location together with detached farmhouse, 35 acres and outbuildings
The house and buildings are surrounded by the original deer park of Madryn Castle. The property is a registered smallholding in receipt of Tir Cynnal. Comprising a substantial detached farmhouse, extensive outbuildings, walled garden, being the original formal garden for the castle, paddocks and woodland. The total area of the freehold property is approximately 35 acres, including the woodland. The property also enjoys sporting rights over approximately 450 acres of neighbouring land.
The house is approached over a stoned and fenced drive with rolling countryside to either side. There is a spacious gravelled parking area to the front and both formal and informal gardens surround the property. The original part of the house is believed to date from around 1750 and was constructed for the Head Gardener of the Madryn Castle Estate. The house was sympathetically extended and refurbished in the 1980's and the front elevation features a pottery sculpture by Aldrich Osenbril entitled "Wine, Women and Countryside". The accommodation briefly comprises a kitchen diner with fitted units and a multi fuel Rayburn, a cosy snug, utility with oil fired central heating boiler, shower room and a magnificent formal reception hall, partly full height to the underside of the roof and with an exposed stone gable wall featuring a Simon van der Putt sculpture "The Agricultural Battle Banner". From this room stairs rise to a mezzanine library or study which could be used as an occasional fifth bedroom, from which steps lead to the fourth bedroom. The principal staircase rises from outside the snug to the first floor landing giving access to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The outbuildings are handily situated in relation to the house and include six stables with adjoining feed room and tack room, barn and additional stores currently used as kennels. There is also a large garage and workshop as well as a range of 19 kennels which could provide an additional business opportunity, subject to planning. To the other side of the house there is an eight berth caravan set within its own private garden. This is connected to the services and provides additional accommodation and the possibility of letting. The caravan enjoys superb views towards the coast.