Whitehall Farm is a Grade II listed stone and rendered longhouse of immense character. There are an abundance of original features throughout the property including original oak floors, doors, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak staircases and period fireplaces.
Owned by the vendor for over thirty years, the property is situated in an idyllic rural location. Accommodation is arranged over three floors together with a range of barns and outbuildings offering great scope for improvement and development subject to planning permission.
Accommodation in total comprises: entrance hall, dining room, sitting room conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, scullery, cloakroom/utility, cellar, four bedrooms, two landing/sitting areas, and two bathrooms.
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Outside is a part converted barn, used as ancillary accommodation comprising: Back scullery/utility, open plan kitchen/diner/sitting room, bedroom, and shower room. The original dairy has planning permission for further development and a former granary with scope for conversion to holiday let or similar subject to planning permission.
To the front of the farmhouse is a lawn surrounded by a well stocked herbaceous border interspersed with mature trees and climbing roses. A weeping willow hangs over a mature pond. At the rear of the farmhouse a child’s tree swing is perfectly positioned. At the back of the barns another garden consisting of lawn and flowers, affording fantastic views of the countryside. A pretty chalet-style summerhouse is also part of the gardens. The grounds come to just under seven acres.
Whitehall Farm is located close to the Welsh hamlet of Cefyn Y Coed, and close to the market towns of Montgomery, Bishops Castle and Church Stoke.
The guide price is £500,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01584 873711.
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