A near rebuild of a 1930’s conversion of a sheep barn circa 1800 or earlier – rebuild was with reclaimed bricks, much of which is herringboned and green oak timber framework consisting of a very large Chalon kitchen/diner (33’ long x 19’ wide plus a large bay window) with 3 oven Aga, and an Aga companion, a Meneghini double door fridge and a 10 seater farmhouse table and chairs, there is also a window seat in the bay with a table and chairs.

Two large sitting rooms with stone open fireplaces and one with a double height cathedral style window, four bedrooms, two ensuite shower/bathrooms and a large family bathroom, cloakrooms, boot room, utility room and boiler room.

The downstairs floors of the property are all old flagstones, whilst the upstairs is all wide oak floorboards with rose head nails.

The house is set within award winning gardens, which includes a pottage surrounded by a wild meadow and overlooking an uninterrupted view of the stunning Brede Valley.

There is also a converted one bedroom quirky, eclectic open plan Dutch style barn with large open plan sitting room with breakfast bar to kitchen.

There are about 100 acres for use in any filming with rolling hills and wooded areas – some of which is usually wheat or linseed crop but this year have been left fallow.

There are also four portable type stables.

Parking for many cars both adjacent the house and the barn, access is via a 1km drive, halfway down there is a large turning circle then the drive narrows slightly.


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