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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Polecat Lane, Southwater

Guide Price £1,400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • High quality timber framed Barn Conversion
  • Impressive part-vaulted Reception Area
  • Kitchen with oak units and Aga
  • Main Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room
  • 2 Further Bedrooms
  • Planning Consent to extend Integral Garage and Triple Garage
  • Brick Stable Building with Consent for 1st Floor Residential Use
  • Range of Dilapidated Buildings
  • Gardens, Own Drive, Paddocks, About 23.9 Acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

High Quality Residential Barn Conversion with no immediate neighbours in a rural setting, approached by own Drive. Outbuildings and about 23.9 Acres.

The property is approached via its own tarmacadam drive leading to an electric gate, and parking area beyond. The barn was converted over 20 years ago to a high standard with oak framing and cladding under hipped tiled roofs and provides accommodation with immense character and also has the benefit of planning consent (Ref No. DC/14/2244) to extend the ground floor. An oak front door opens to a reception hall, leading to a part-vaulted main reception room with a flagstone floor, much exposed timbering, Inglenook style fireplace and bifolding double glazed doors opening to the garden. The kitchen is open plan with quarry tiled floor and oak units and oil fired Aga. In addition there is a walk-in cloaks cupboard housing oil fired boiler, utility room, bedroom and well fitted bathroom with free-standing bath.

An oak staircase leads to a vaulted bedroom/study. There is a separate staircase to the main bedroom suite comprising dressing room, bedroom and en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle and hipped bath.

The garden lies on three sides of the barn and includes a cobbled and fenced courtyard area and areas of lawn incorporating an attractive pond with waterfall and traditional timber and tiled granary building on steddles beyond.

The outbuildings lie around the parking area and include an integral single garage with roller door, a detached traditional timber and tiled utility room with built-in cupboard and cloakroom, 3-bay traditionally built oak framed garage with roller doors and an impressive brick and tile stable building with two large boxes, tack room; and loft over with planning consent (Ref No DC/14/2244) to convert to residential use. Lean-to open fronted store and fenced lunging ring.

The land comprises two paddocks, located either side of the entrance drive and a further field. In all about 13.8 acres.

An adjoining pasture field to the north of the barn with its own gated entrance from Polecat Lane and a range of dilapidated buildings including a stable building and an agricultural pole barn, 7.1m x 5.5m (with possible potential subject to appropriate consents). This extends to about 10.1 acres (4.08 hectares).

(N.B. Any form of residential development of the additional buildings and land will be subject to an overage clause under which 35% of resulting uplift in value will be reserved for a period of 25 years).

Aout 23.9 Acres in all.

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Added on Rightmove:
09 December 2016

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