Jordans Farm is listed as being of Architectural or Historical Interest Grade II and is believed to date from the 17th century constructed of a heavy timber frame under a peg-tiled roof with rendered elevations and a more recent extension. A front door leads into the sitting room with a natural brick floor and lovely inglenook fireplace with a large oak bressumer above housing a log burner, with the original staircase to the first floor. Also off the sitting room there is a dining room leading through to the inner hall, a second staircase, a study,a living room with exposed brick fireplace and inset wood burner and a third staircase to the first floor. Off the sitting room is the kitchen/breakfast room with an oil-fired Rayburn leading through to the utility room, pantry and shower room. Off the cloakroom lobby to the rear is a snug which could be used either as a sitting room, playroom or a guest suite with an en suite shower room. Also accessible off the cloakroom lobby is the bespoke conservatory overlooking the garden and pond.
Off the main landing are three bedrooms (one with an en suite shower room) and bathroom, and off the secondary landing a further two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Well screened from the road, access is through electric gates leading to a gravel parking area with space for numerous vehicles. To one side is a four-bay cart lodge (37' x 36') and to the other side a fenced paddock. The gravelled vehicular access leads beyond the main converted barn and divides, one drive to the traditional outbuildings/equestrian facilities and another through brick pillars to the house and established formal gardens with lawn, a large weeping willow, shrub borders, apple trees and with a large natural pond adjacent to the conservatory with an area of decking. To the south of the house is a delightful well-stocked terrace, a suntrap, enclosed by a flint stone wall opening onto a further lawn area and ancillary outbuilding used for storing machinery. To one side is a kitchen garden.
The main barn (presently used for ?Bridal Re-Dress' and with change of use planning permission personal to the owner), is located to the north east of the house. There is courtyard stabling with traditional red-brick outbuildings including a former dairy with a tack/groom's room, gravelled courtyard, kennels and access to the paddocks and grassland. To the rear is a barn with three-bay lean to, a protected tractor storage area and a further concrete hardstanding washing bay area opening out into a paddock with fields beyond. There is post and rail, hedging and permanent electric fencing with automatic drinkers in the paddocks.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil-fired heating and ground source heat pump in the barn.
1. There are current planning permissions for further alterations, including five additional stables, a new kitchen/breakfast room and cart lodge (lapsed).
2. There is a right of way along part of the western boundary for the owners of Mill House on the lane to access their paddock with a tractor. This is fenced off with post and rails.
Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agents Savills.View payable Stamp Duty for this property