The Manor House is a handsome stone farm house believed to date from the mid 18th Century, with superb rolling countryside views.
The property boasts gardens and paddocks of approximately six acres, with the house standing at the end of its long driveway.
Manor House stands adjacent to the delightful Grade II listed St Andrew’s Church.
Constructed of mellow local Ancaster stone with mullioned windows under a slate roof, Manor House has many appealing facets both internally and externally.
The principal elevation is to the west where there is a magnificent stone portico and which overlooks a delightful parterre walled garden with lovely views beyond.
The house has a well proportioned drawing room and separate dining room, a snug/study and fitted kitchen, a breakfast room, utility, boot room, cloakroom and three dry vaulted cellars.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en suite and dressing room/bedroom five and three further bedrooms over two floors.
There is an adjoining range of red brick and pantile outbuildings which could be converted to further accommodation subject to the relevant planning permissions.
Outside, the gardens include a superb walled garden, productive fruit orchard, lawns, kitchen garden, raised beds and a tennis court. The paddocks beyond the gardens total about four acres and are with mains water and extensive stock and electric fencing.
There is potentially the ability to develop a modest equestrian facility. There is also ample parking for vehicles and four garages.
The Manor House offers a great opportunity for those seeking a rural lifestyle in an attractive period home without being too far off the beaten track.
Guide price: £735,000
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