Church End Court
About the property
A period farmhouse with a separate 3-bed cottage, grooms’ apartment, courtyard with stables and an impressive oak barn
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- Large cellar
- 3-bed cottage
- Groom's apartment
- 10 stables with tack room
- Machinery barn
- Indoor and outdoor arenas
Church End Court is a Grade II listed property which dates from the 16th Century. A pretty farmhouse with associated properties, land, and equestrian facilities.
The main house has 4 double bedrooms, 2 with ensuite. But the best features of this wonderful family home are the ample equestrian facilities and the truly stunning views.
The approach from the lane is through an electrically operated timber field gate onto a sweeping gravel drive which leads around the fields and barns and up to the house.
The main entrance is a glazed reception hall which can also be used as a pleasant garden room. It has two doors from it which lead either to the reception rooms or the farmhouse kitchen.
The reception rooms include an impressive drawing room with a log burning stove set within a grand fireplace surround it also has with views over the fields exposed beams and a garden door.
The sitting room has an open fire with a glass display cabinet and fitted shelving. The dining room has a display cabinet to the corner with shelving and cupboards.
The kitchen has been hand crafted by ‘Bespoke Kitchens’. There is a white Aga and cream fitted units with black granite tops. There is a large utility, boot room and cloakroom.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms. The master has a dressing room and ensuite bathroom. There is a family bathroom with Heritage suite and the guest bedroom has an ensuite.
Adjoining the stable courtyard and is a new build cottage. Currently tenanted, but will be sold with vacant possession (tenancy details with agents).
This great space could be used as a home office suite with two reception/office rooms on the ground floor and a kitchen - perfect for today's new working world. To the first floor are two bedrooms that connect through into further accommodation; a large studio/living room and with plumbing and electrics for a kitchen to be installed, a bedroom and bathroom and can alternatively be used as an apartment.
Above the stable block is a one-bed apartment with living area and kitchenette.
A U-shaped courtyard of brick stables, comprising a traditional barn and a new brick barn. There are ten stables in total, including two foaling boxes. The secure tack room has a sink and cloakroom.
The oak barn
A large oak framed and timber clad barn with a machinery store and storage area to the first floor. There is an indoor arena that opens out to the outdoor arena. Sand and fibre surface and post and railing fencing. Two timber Kingsland stables are nearby which are currently used as kennel facilities.
The gardens that surround the house are mature with well-kept, lawns and a terrace that leads out from the drawing room. From here views are enjoyed over the fields. There is a side lawn, trellising and another patio beside the kitchen. A wisteria, greengage and apricot tree climb the walls to the barn as well as a 150-year-old mulberry tree.
The yard area is concrete, together with the area around the brick stables, loose boxes and in front of the oak barn. There is a stone yard to the side of the cottage. There is a productive vegetable and fruit garden to the far end. The fields are all permanent pasture with post and rail fencing which divides it into five paddocks.
Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating and private drainage.
01905 734 734
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