Hall Farm House is a wonderful early 17th century period house on the edge of the popular village of Costock in Leicestershire. The house, mentioned in Pevsner’s ‘Buildings of England’, offers many charming period features with well-proportioned, high beamed ceiling reception rooms, and exposed stonework over three floors.
The accommodation is spacious and ideal for family life: the ground floor has a fine reception hall and three generously proportioned reception rooms, fitted kitchen and a cellar; the first floor has a spacious master bedroom suite and three further double bedrooms, plus a family bathroom; the second floor has three further double bedrooms and a large playroom/study.
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Outside the grounds come to around 2.2 acres. The gardens are well stocked and contain a number of mature shrubs and trees. There is a wide paved terrace to the rear of the property which leads onto further substantial lawned gardens with mature trees and borders, which lead onto the adjoining paddock. The house also has garaging for three cars and stables.
The village of Costock lies between Nottingham and Loughborough and has good local amenities, more of which can be found in nearby East Leake. Loughborough is just over six miles distant and Leicester is 19 miles.
The guide price is £900,000. For further information please contact Savills on 0115 934 8020 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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