Lawn Farm is a charming, substantial Victorian farmhouse on the Dorset/Wiltshire border. The house dates back to 1887 and was formerly part of the Duchy of Cornwall Estate. It was bought by the present owners some five years ago and has since been the subject of a considerable refurbishment.
The accommodation is bright and spacious throughout with good proportions and the new kitchen/breakfast room is a good example of the recent work, with its custom-built units, oak and Zodiac work surfaces and a Traventine floor.
Accommodation in total comprises: drawing room, sitting room, dining room, snug, study, kitchen/breakfast room, boot room, master bedroom suite with bedroom, bathroom and dressing room and four further bedrooms (two en suite) and a family bathroom.
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Outside are a single storey range of buildings which could be converted subject to planning consents. The property sits in the centre of five acres of pastureland with a small woodland at the northern end containing oak, ash, lime, wild cherry, wild pear, crab apple and field maple trees.
The property is in countryside in between Shaftsbury, Mere and Gillingham, all of which have good amenities whilst there is a mainline railway station to London from Gillingham. The A303 is just over three miles to the north of the house.
The guide price is £1,495,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01747 850858 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk.