Holders Farm Cottage is a picturesque Grade II listed cottage, believed to date back from the mid-17th century. The accommodation has immense character with an Inglenook fireplace and a wealth of exposed beams and timbers throughout the property. The flooring on the ground floor is a combination of flagstone, quarry tiled and brick with some period oak flooring on display on the first floor. The vendor's vast 'hands-on' experience with period homes gives the new owner a chance to own a period home with much attention having been carried out to the structure and fabric of the cottage. The interior is cleared and fully prepared to allow the new owner to bespoke their dream home. A charming addition to Holders Farm Cottage is an adjacent attached property. "Byre" is predominantly timber framed construction with oak framing on display and some peg joinery. This one bedroom cottage provides excellent additional accommodation to compliment Holders Farm. The close proximity of "Byre "to Holders Farm allows for the possibility of combining the two dwellings should it be preferred (subject to the usual consents). To the outside a sweeping drive and lawned area leads to the detached oak framed car barn and workshop. The grounds amount to just under half an acre with areas of lawn and a small orchard. The neighbouring countryside makes an excellent backdrop to the property. A wonderful opportunity to purchase a quality period property with an abundance of historic charm and brimming with an array of original features.
Holders Farm Cottage
Rayburn, exposed timbers, leaded light window.
Containing soil pipe and water stop cock.
Principal Reception Room
Flagstone floor, Inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers, leaded light window, staircase to first floor.
Second Reception Room
Brick exposed floor, double opening doors to outside, concealed door giving access to staircase.
Third Reception Room
Brick exposed floor, double aspect, leaded light windows, cast iron Range.
Period oak floor, leaded light window, cupboard that would be ideal for hot water tank.
Bedroom One (accessed by separate staircase)
Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, glazed viewing panel to maintain view of original smoke bay. Part partitioned for an en-suite if required.
Double aspect, part vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers.
Oak floor, leaded light window.
Approached by double opening double glazed doors leading through an:
Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen
Oak flooring with a vaulted ceiling and queen oak truss with peg joinery, the kitchen area is well equipped with wooden worksurfaces and hand painted units, integrated hob, oven, Butler sink unit, extractor hood, eye-level units, quarry tiled floor, double glazed period style windows, skylight windows, under floor heating, side door to outside.
Oak floor, airing cupboard housing the LPG gas fired boiler supplying the under floor heating.
Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, oak floor, double glazed window, additional sky light window, under floor heating, exposed brick work.
Period style suite comprising: bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment, glazed shower screen, wash hand basin mounted in vanity unit with storage under, several further matching storage cupboards, quarry tiled floor, w.c., exposed joists, heated towel rail, under floor heating.
Sitting in grounds of just under half an acre, the property is approached by a five bar gate and sweeping drive that passes an oak framed car barn and workshop with oak feather edge boarding and beams and trusses. There is additional parking and a turning point. The property is approached by a brick path with flower beds and the majority of the grounds that encompass this property are laid to lawn with a small orchard towards the rear boundary