Fair House Farm is approached by a driveway to the rear of the property. Ample parking for several vehicles. Bordered by mature trees with walkway to the entrance door to the rear of the property.
The hall is of a split level design. There is an electric heater, tiled flooring, steps to the first level and a door to
With tiled flooring and part tiled walls, side aspect window, corner bath, WC and wash hand basin. This room is in need of refurbishment.
Split Level Landing
With stairs that continue to the first floor, door for access in to the 2nd reception room and door to
15' 9'' x 14' 11'' (4.80m x 4.54m) L Shaped
With real slate tiled flooring, windows to front, rear and side, Belfast style sink with mixer tap set in to worktops and base units. Electric Aga, with tiled wall behind, large Eco-Sol boiler to the corner (requireds completing works for installation) which can be connected to a solar unit. Feature wood beams and lighting to the ceiling. Space for white goods and internal door to
11' 10'' x 10' 10'' (3.60m x 3.30m)
Part of the original farm house dating back several hundred years, this period and feature-rich room has wood beams to the ceiling, recessed storage shelving, inglenook with wood lintel, exposed stone surround, hearth and wood burner. Front entrance door, front aspect window, power points and internal opening to
2nd Reception Room
11' 10'' x 10' 6'' (3.60m x 3.20m)
With side aspect window and feature inset window seat, wall lighting, WC and behind a wood built cupboard, a door leading back to the split level landing.
Split level Landing
With stairs from the ground floor proceeding up from the first split level, there is a rear aspect window over-looking the rear gardens, courtyard, workshops and garden. Door to
0' 0'' x 0' 0'' (0.00m x 0.00m)
With tiled flooring and part tiled walls, claw foot bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin, WC, radiator, wall lighting, rear aspect window.
First Floor Landing
Steps up from the split level lead to the first floor landing. Door to a large eaves storage space with hot water tank and lighting. Door to
11' 10'' x 10' 10'' (3.60m x 3.30m)
A warm and characterful room with exposed wood flooring, front aspect window, wood beams to the ceiling and space for furniture.
10' 6'' x 10' 0'' (3.20m x 3.05m)
With exposed wood flooring, front aspect window, recessed shelving, space for furniture, wood beams to the ceiling and wall lighting.
The property sits within its own grounds with views across the valley to hillsides and open countryside. There are gardens that wrap around the property and offer multiple areas of enjoyment. To the immediate rear of the house, sits a walled courtyard area laid to grass and bordered by outbuildings which include:
A utility area with power.
Door in to a further office/storage room with power and lighting and side aspect window over-looking the courtyard. An interior door leads to a further stone built room with power and lighting.
A door from the courtyard allows access to a large workshop area with power.
24' 0'' x 11' 0'' (7.31m x 3.35m)
A stone outbuilding with entrance door and two side aspect window ports. Ideal for conversion (stp) with steps in to it. This sits to the side of the property and has a grass area laid to the side.
11' 0'' x 8' 6'' (3.35m x 2.59m)
With entrance and window port, stone construction and ideal for conversion (stp).
The property is located on Garway Hill with views around. The grounds of the gardens measure approximately 0.75 acres in total. There is a separate field (approximately 0.5 acre) of grass land with a boundary of hedging to farm land. Gates access from the main garden. Ideal for equestrian use.
This property would benefit from refurbishment and would suit a buyer looking for a rural retreat. The outbuilding lend themselves well for conversion to make annexes or holiday lets for walkers across Garway Hill.
Council Tax Band: C
Mains Water: Metred