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  • Charming five bedroom farmhouse
  • Private garden
  • Double garage with studio
  • Useful range of modern agricultural buildings
  • Ring fenced views across open countryside
  • In all about 9.17 acres

Property Description

Charming family house set in 9.17 acres of land, surrounded by open countryside

Berrybrook House is a charming five bedroom family house surrounded by 9.17 acres of land with a useful range of outbuildings which could be used for a variety of purposes.

The house is approached via a quiet country lane. At the front of the house is parking, with a double garage and studio to the side. The house was built in the mid 1960's with a later extension in the mid 1990's, with Bradstone elevations under a tile roof.

The house has a light and airy feel throughout. The front door leads through into the Entrance Hall and the ground floor coprises; Dining Room, Sitting Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Utility Room with Larder and Downstairs Shower Room and Boot Room.

Stairs from the Entrance Hall lead up to the first floor landing, off which can be found five Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.

The views from the house across the land and beyond, over the beautiful surrounding countryside are exceptional.

GARDEN
The sheltered garden wraps round the house and is mainly laid down to lawn, with a productive fenced vegetable garden.

BUILDINGS
Behind the double garage and studio is a 4 baytimber Barn with concrete floor and corrugated roof (14.6m x 7.4m) which has in the past been used for stabling.

Adjacent is a 3 bay open fronted Hay Store (10.9m x 7.4m) which has also been used as calf housing, to the rear is a 3 bay cattle shed (10.3m x 7.1m).

Next to the buildings are gated and well fenced concrete livestock yards. These well laid out, compact range of livestock buildings and yards lend themselves to a wide variety of uses.

LAND
The Grade 3 gently sloping ring fenced land sweeps round the house on three sides. The land is divided into manageable sized paddocks, ideal for rotating livestock. The boundary fence is a mature hedgerow. The land has in recent years been grazed by a mixture of horses, cattle and sheep, with the loam over clay capable of growing abundant grass crops.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
No Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are included in the sale.

RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the title deeds together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way affecting the property. There are no public footpaths crossing the land.

Berrybrook House is a delightful property located in the pretty village of Sedgehill. A short distance away is the popular village of East Knoyle,which is claimed to bethe birthplace of Sir Christopher Wren and features many period properties, a church, pub and village shop.

The historic Saxon town of Shaftesbury,is approximately 4 miles away and offers everyday amenities including GP's, a village hospital and supermarket. Gillingham is also within easy reach with a Waitrose and a main line railway station serving London Waterloo and the West Country. The A303 to the north gives good access to London and the M3.

The tows, villages and countryside around Berrybrook House provide an extensive range of social and leisure activities, with excellent walking and riding. Golf can be played locally at Wincanton, Rushmore and Bourton. National Hunt Racing is within easy reach at Wincanton, with flat racing in Bath and Salisbury.

This area has become increasingly popular because of its excellent selection of schools at all levels both in the private and public sectors, including St Mary's Shaftesbury, Sherboune School for boys & girls, Hazelgrove, Kings Bruton and Bruton School for Girls, Sandroyd and Port Regis.

Council Tax Band - F

Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage is in the form of a septic tank. Solid fuel and electric heating to the house. Berrybrook House also benefits from Wessex Internet connection, award winning superfast broadband.

From Shaftesbury head north on the A350. After just under 3 miles turn left signposted Sedgehill 1/2 mile. Follow the road into Sedgehill passing the church on your left hand side. Continue on this road for approximately a mile after which Berrybrook House will be found on your right hand side.

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Sedgehill, Shaftesbury, Wiltshire, SP7

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