Church Farm is an outstanding and well appointment family home which so perfect encapsulates what village life should look like. It has a thriving village community on the East and on the West some of the best and most stunning countryside in the area. The house itself also has the most wonderful feel throughout and is one of those houses that instantly welcomes you.
Church Farm is a well-appointed and handsome Grade II listed 18th century edge of village house built of Cotswold stone under a stone tiled roof. The house itself provides excellent family accommodation and retains its original character, particularly with the exposed timbers, impressive original fireplaces, sash windows, window seats and high ceilings. The layout includes three well-proportioned reception rooms, all of which face different parts of the garden.
The drawing room is a particularly wonderful space with dual aspect views over the garden and a large wood burner making it perfect for year-round formal entertaining. The kitchen area combines both a practical space with a useful breakfast room. The area has a key focus on practicality and unusually generous storage, and due to its south facing orientation benefits from an abundance of natural light. In addition, there is a well-proportioned dining room and a welcoming sitting room complete with electric wood burner.
On the first floor and approached off the central landing are four spacious double bedrooms and three bathrooms, two of which are en suite, as well as a large airing cupboard. The family bathroom and principle en suite have both been recently refurbished with underfloor heating and the principle en suite has been fitted with a walk-in shower. The principal bedroom is of real merit and benefits from far reaching views over the village and beyond. The second floor gives versatile space which has been used by the current owners as a mixture of useful office space and very accessible additional storage. This area could be further converted to make additional bedrooms should a buyer wish (subject to the necessary consent).
From its elevated site there is an enchanting view across the village from both the house and garden. The garden is a real highlight and benefits from being mainly walled with a flagstone terrace leading to two paddocks which sit between the house and the church. The garden is particularly private and wraps around the house. It is predominately made up of lawned areas, raised vegetable patch, and formal borders. A wide variety of mature trees surround the property and create additional privacy and there is a large gravelled parking area to the front of the house. There are also two stables, a useful double door store and a large coach house which is currently storage on the ground floor and has a useful workshop above.