Dating back to the 17th and early 18th centuries, Low Farm is a country house on the edge of Syerston in Nottinghamshire with views to the Vale of Belvoir.
This six bedroom farmhouse has accommodation over three floors and has been modernised to make a comfortable and charming family property. Accommodation includes an entrance hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, inner hall, study, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, rear hall and boot room on the ground floor.
Upstairs, the first and second floors offer five double bedrooms, one single room, two bathrooms and a shower room, all with excellent rural views. Hay Barn cottage is a listed barn conversion with three bedroom accommodation over two stories.
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To the north of the farm are courtyards of brick and timber outbuildings including a tack room, stabling and kennels. There are extensive equestrian facilities including the nine stables, horse walker, ménage and paddocks.
Outside are the formal gardens and grounds, a pretty pond, and an orchard. The grounds and farmland extend to around 96 acres.
Low Farm sits on the edge of the Nottinghamshire village of Syerston, and is well places for both Nottingham and Newark (six miles), which has all necessary local amenities.
The guide price is £2,325,000. For further information please contact Savills on 0115 934 8000 or visit their website.
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