Dean?s Farm is a Grade II period farmhouse with 16th century Yeoman features. Set in about 10.6 acres, the property occupies a glorious rural location in open countryside on the edge of the hamlet of Weston, on the West Sussex/Hampshire border.
Described in early records as an ?early 16th century timber framed hall?, the farmhouse has been added to over the years and now includes exposed ceilings, wall timbers and inglenook fireplaces typical of the Yeoman period. Five decent sized bedrooms look out across the spectacular gardens and fields and over to Butser Hill on the South Downs.
A lofty timber framed barn has been renovated to provide a stunning open planned kitchen and cosy sitting area. Adjacent to the main sitting area is a guest bedroom suite with a separate entrance making it ideal for an independent guest or tenant.
Outside, the gardens are complimented by a brick walled terrace and a Glass House with vine, a tiled range of former stabling and garden stores.
Deans Farm is available as a whole or in two lots. Lot 1 and 2 combined extend to about 10.6 acres. Lot 2 is 1.7 acres of land, which includes a derelict stone built former barn and farm buildings and can be accessed from a trackway on the south of the southern field. The property is on the market with Hamptons International Country House department in Farnham with a guide price of £1,850,000.
For further information, please contact John Brain or Paul Ormerod at Hamptons International in Farnham on 01252 718149.