Birchwoodmoor House, Roston

Guide Price £775,000

Key features

  • Seven Bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms
  • Two Storey Former Barn
  • 4.16 Acres Of Grounds
  • Stunning Rural Location
  • Period Features
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • 5.25 Acres Available By Separate Negotiation

Full Details

Birchwoodmoor House is an exceptional country house which we believe was constructed in 1650 with later Georgian additions, to provide generous family sized accommodation. Internally the property benefits from a delightful farmhouse kitchen, imposing drawing room, spacious dining room and cosy rear sitting room, there is also a useful utility porch, below ground is a vaulted cellar. To the first floor there are five bedrooms a separate shower room and family bathroom. To the second floor there are two large interconnecting bedrooms.

Outside with grounds totalling 4.16 acres the established gardens comprise of stunning lawns, flower beds, mature trees and a vegetable garden. The properties appeal is widened further with a detached two-story former barn which has previously been granted planning consent for conversion into holiday let accommodation. To be included in the sale are 3 stables, a 0.6-acre paddock and a 2.1-acre paddock. Available by separate negotiation is an additional 5.25 acres.

Ground Floor
Entrance Hall
Stairs rise to the first floor. Large central heating radiator, access is provided to the lower cellar.

Vaulted Cellar
With boiler providing domestic hot water and servicing the oil-fired central heating system.

Drawing Room
The drawing room benefits from a stunning fossil marble feature fireplace and tiled hearth with multi-fuel burning stove. Central heating radiator. Decorative coving.

Dining Room
With oil fired space heater. Double central heating radiator.

Rear Sitting Room
A cosy and welcoming room with exposed beam ceiling providing a wealth of character. Oak mantel, feature fireplace with brick surrounds, wood burning stove. Useful built in cupboards with shelving, central heating radiator, stairs rise to the first floor.

The farmhouse style kitchen is the hub of the home, with enamelled sink and mixer taps, base cupboard beneath a range of wall mounted cupboards, work surfaces and tiled surrounds. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Electric cooker point. Aga (oil fired). Tiled floor and central heating radiator.

This room has plumbing for an automatic washing machine, tumble dryer point and work surfaces over. Door to the rear.

First Floor

Bedroom 1
Large double central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2
A further bedroom with built-in storage cupboard providing access to the loft. Decorative dado rial. Central heating radiator.

Bedroom 3
This is a further double bedroom with access off the landing. It has a double central heating radiator.

Bedroom 4
With exposed beamed ceiling and central heating radiator.

Jack and Jill Bathroom
This is a shared bathroom for bedrooms 3 and 4. It has a Heritage double ended bath with mixer tap and shower and a towel radiator.

Family Bathroom
With a four-piece suite offering corner shower with tiled surrounds, glazed side screen and shower over. Low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin. Panelled bath. Heated chrome towel rail. Tiling to main walls. Tiled floor. Built in airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

Bedroom 5
With central heating radiator. Beamed ceiling.

Bedroom 6
With beamed ceiling and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 7
With central heating radiator.

The grounds comprise of 4.16 acres or thereabouts, a delightful cottage garden and lawns, flagstone patios, flower beds and boarders. There are a range of established fruit trees, a vegetable garden and timber summer house.

The property boasts a 0.6-acre paddock with fencing and three stable units. The 2.1-acre paddock is to be sub-divided by a vehicular track that will be retained by the owners to service additional land. Additional land available by negotiation.

Partly Converted Former Barn
Brick built barn which had previously been granted planning consent for conversion into a holiday let. With potential to generate an income.

Wayleaves, Rights of Way and Easements
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

The seller has requested that all interested parties must be accompanied by the Agent.

The property has mains and electricity, oil fired central heating with storage tank. telecommunications and broadband available.

Council Tax
We understand the property is band F for Council Tax purposes. The amount due for 2020-21 is £1,949.05.

Fixtures and Fittings
Fitted blinds are included. Curtains are not included. Some furniture and chattels may be purchased by separate negotiation. Garden urns, furniture and statuary are not included.

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