Farm is full of charm
THIS house at Filham Farm dates back to 1840 and stands within the partly cobbled and stone yard that was once a working farm.
The barns have since been converted, with Filham Farm retaining a private entrance to the property off the lane.
There is a pretty garden to the rear, and parking within the cobbled yard for three or four cars as well as a single garage.
The house faces south east and has plenty of charm and character throughout, including the original sash windows and working shutters, some flagstone floors and high ceilings in all the rooms.
The property is in need of some sympathetic modernisation, and there would be scope to create further bedrooms, and perhaps a bathroom on the second floor (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents).
Currently the accommodation comprises of two reception rooms, a kitchen, dairy and rear covered courtyard/passage on the ground floor, while upstairs there are three double bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom.
Available by separate negotiation is 1.18 acres of pasture land planted with mature apple and pear trees as well as a number of specimen trees.
Within the corner of the field is a natural pond teeming with wildlife.
The land is available to purchase with the house and will be subject to an overage agreement.
Further details available from the agents.
Available through Luscombe Maye (01364 646170) with a guide price of £440,000.