A charming Hampshire farmhouse surrounded by a lovely established garden, with outbuildings and 10.62 acres in total. Energy Rating D.
Porch, cloakroom, kitchen, utility, large dining hall, sitting room, family room, rear hallway, landing, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, detached barn, brick built detached stable block, wonderful garden containing a wide variety of trees, shrubs and plants including a separate vegetable area, garden sheds, greenhouse, shepherds hut, good level grazing land which has separate road access and from the rear attractive views over the surrounding countryside.
Hollybush Farm is a pretty, part tile hung detached property which enjoys views over the surrounding garden. Over the years the current vendors have adapted the house to suit their own requirements. There is further scope however for it to be extended should a buyer wish to create more
space, as the plot size and location would certainly sit comfortably with a larger dwelling. The property is not Listed and therefore just the usual planning permission would be required. Currently a main feature of the house is a large central dining hall which is double aspect with French windows to the front and sliding doors to the rear into a small conservatory. In addition to this large space there
are 2 separate reception rooms both double aspect and with open fireplaces, a well fitted kitchen and a large utility. Upstairs there is a central landing around which radiate the 5 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. The property has a south and west aspect so the principal rooms have the advantage of sun throughout the day and into the evening.
Hollybush Farm is approached from the road through double gates beyond which is a long drive leading through the garden to the rear of the house. Directly behind the property is a courtyard area which has a building on either side, one being a brick built stable block which is currently
divided into three areas and the other being a large barn which is currently used as garaging and storage and also housing the chickens. These buildings could be improved should a buyer need specific accommodation for equestrian
purposes, livestock etc. The current vendors are extremely keen gardeners and they have lovingly created a very interesting and private garden which is well screened by a number of mature trees and hedges. On the drive side of the house there is an open area of lawn, which is all part of the domestic garden and could be an ideal place for additional
garaging if required. The main part of the garden extends around the house and has been designed to incorporate a number of very well established beds and borders containing a variety of plants and shrubs. Throughout the garden there are plenty of mature trees and to one side is a separate
vegetable area with raised beds, fruit cage and a greenhouse. In addition there are 2 useful large sheds and an attractive original shepherd hut, again which could be used for storage.
The grazing land extends on the northern side of the property and runs alongside Thornford Road from where there is separate access. In total the property has 10.62 acres although it is being sold in 2 lots as shown on the enclosed plan, with each lot having its own roadside access. Please note that if sold in separate lots the purchaser of Lot 1 will
be responsible for erecting and maintaining the dividing fence between Lots 1 and 2. It should also be noted that there is mains water supply available in the road and the land provides flat and level grazing and is bordered by a number of attractive mature trees.