Situated at the edge of the village with pretty views over the surrounding countryside, Northcourt Farmhouse is a detached period property which has evolved over the years. Constructed of local stone beneath a part tile, part slate roof it is believed to have originally been a terrace of farm workers cottages. Accommodation comprises character and practical modern living. On the ground floor is a sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood burner, dining room, kitchen with door to garden and walk in pantry. There is also a utility room and snug/study which is currently used as an additional bedroom. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, two single bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate shower room.
During the property's recent renovations new porch windows and doors were replaced by Everest Double Glazing which come with a 25 year guarantee.
Planning permission (15/03042/FUL) has been granted to convert the attached adjacent outbuildings to provide a large new kitchen and utility room, a ground floor 1 bedroom annexe and on the first floor two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside there is a walled garden to the front of the property with former fruit and vegetable gardens. To the rear there is a terrace accessed from the kitchen, lawns and fruit trees.
Adjoining the farmhouse is the detached Dovecote which is listed Grade II and could be available by separate negotiation.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. LPG boiler supplies heating and hot water hot water. Electricity is supplied by solar panels.
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