Mr & Mrs Turner, Dorset
We were very impressed with your approach, achieving 14 viewings, sold within a week and at asking price! Excellent result!
Mill Farm is a beautiful 17th century gated farmhouse nestled in the centre of its half acre grounds with a sweeping driveway, a sloping garden to the River Brue, a good selection of productive fruit trees and plenty of parking. You will find that Mill Farm has been very sympathetically refurbished with 4 bedrooms and a self contained annex, with its own entrance, offering income opportunities or accommodation for extended family or guests. The property has been furbished with oak flooring throughout, excluding the living room which has the original bluestone tiles and beams offering a reminder of the heritage that this lovely house has. Alongside a breathtaking inglenook fireplace which houses a large, bespoke woodburner. Internal viewing is highly recommended.
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A wonderfully light, double aspect, showpiece room with a vaulted ceiling housing Velux windows and bespoke tri-folding doors to the rear which provide access to the well kept gardens. The kitchen itself is farmhouse inspired and consists of a range of hand crafted base and wall mounted units with oak work surfaces over, incorporating Belfast double sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, tiling to splash prone areas and an elegant "Smeg" cream fronted electric oven with 7 ring gas hob. There is also a matching, hand crafted island unit with associated storage. Two windows to rear, radiator and opening to-
Benefitting from views over King Alfreds tower, this practical room again offers a vaulted ceiling housing a velux window and a stable door to the front encapsulating the aforementioned views. There are further matching hand crafted base mounted units with oak worksurfaces over, incorporating a Belfast sink with tiling to splash prone areas and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. The utility also houses the oil fired boiler which is under a year old.
A quintessential 17th century room with many features associated with the era, including an imposing inglenook fireplace that has been traditionally restored and now benefits from a large, bespoke wood burner, bluestone tiled flooring and exposed beams. There is a characterful window to front, door to front and open stairs to the first floor. Glazed double doors to the rear lead to-
With an exposed stone wall, radiator, doors to rear and side which lead to -
With private access to the side, fireproof door from living room and access from the conservatory. Benefits from a matching range of base units with oak work surfaces over, incorporating Belfast sink with mixer tap and space for oven and washing machine respectively. Radiator and door to-
A light, airy and spacious room with windows to the side and front, gas fireplace and radiator.
Another spacious, double aspect room with radiator.
A modern suite comprising shower unit with rain water shower head, window to side, heated ladder towel rail, wash hand basin, low level WC and full wall tiling.
An open landing with window to side, access to loft hatch ( with potential for extension) and doors to-
A stunning room which incorporates what was previously the 5th bedroom in order to offer exceptional space. The room benefits from excellent light via the two windows to side and one to front. There is a elegant, exposed fireplace with oak lintel alongside an exposed stone wall. There are two radiators and door to-
Currently used as a walk in wardrobe with useful hanging rails, however planning permission has been granted and plumbing installed in order to offer the opportunity for a large en-suite if preferred.
With window to front, radiator and door to cupboard with useful hanging rails.
With window to front, radiator and currently capped open fireplace with oak lintel.
Another modern bathroom suite comprising Full length shower cubicle with full wall tiling and rainwater shower head, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and heated ladder towel rail. Access to airing cupboard which houses the hot water tank with immersion and benefits from useful slatted shelving. Window to rear.
The beautiful garden offers secluded lawns and should outside space be what you are searching for, then look no further. The gardens completely surround the farmhouse, with formal lawns, fruit trees, vegetable patch, sun-house beneath the shade of a large willow tree and a secret garden over the bank which sweeps down to the shallow river Brue which is home to an abundance of birds including Kingfishers and the resident ducks. When you let the hens out in the mornings take time to sit on the river bank and if you are lucky enough, you will see the early morning deer who use the river bed to access the surrounding land.
For those looking for land with Mill Farm for Livery, there are numerous options within close proximity, therefore it would not be a necessity for prospective purchasers to buy/own land for their horses. Further to this there is some spectacular riding in this area via the network of bridleways in the area; it is routine to see horses walked throughout the lanes within the village.
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