Greenfield Farm is an historic detached house, believed to date back to the 14th century, but predominantly constructed during the 16th and 17th century. Grade II listed, it has a wonderful array of period features including inglenook fires, deep bayed windows, exposed beams and beautiful stonework. It is set around its own courtyard with an extensive array of outbuildings and landscaped gardens.
The drawing room is spectacular, light and airy in its appearance measuring an impressive 33' x 16' with two fireplaces located at both ends of the room. This room enjoys views over the front and rear gardens as well as providing access to the rear courtyard. Steps lead up to the dining room, this atmospheric room with an original style integrated dresser as well as further inglenook fire complete with bread oven and wood burner. The dining room leads on to the entrance hall which provides access to both the kitchen/breakfast room as well as the courtyard and has flagstone floors. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room has two formal zones; the kitchen with a range of fitted units inclusive of a two door Aga as well as a four hob gas cooker with adjacent oven for summer use and South facing views over the gardens. The second zone is the dining area with ample space for tables and chairs etc. This leads to two former stables, now converted into a useful utility room as well as two independent and enclosed store room/study and an adjacent store room ideal as a pantry.
The main staircase leads to the first floor landing where accommodation is split into two sections. The first is used as a large master suite with walk through dressing area which in turn leads to the double aspect bedroom. This is a spacious room and has a beautifully appointed en-suite shower room adjacent. Further charm is found in the lovely guest room; this has vaulted and exposed truss roof adding great volume and charm to this room.
The second section of the first floor accommodation includes further bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and adjacent dressing room, a further bedroom and family bathroom enjoying views over the Gordano Valley. The second floor of the house finds two more rooms as well as ample eaves storage and an independent cloakroom. This floor has had many uses including home office as well an ideal floor for independent children’s use.
Timber paned front door opening to the entrance hall.
Flagstone flooring, period timber thumb latched doors opening to the kitchen and the dining room.
Feature beamed inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove, tiled hearth and bread oven, staircase rising to the first floor landing, beamed ceiling timbers, radiator, multi-paned window to the rear aspect with secondary glazing, window seat, integrated dresser, under stairs storage cupboard.
An impressive, family orientated reception room which offers substantial living space. Feature beamed ceiling, two bay windows to the side aspect, radiators, fire places to both ends of the rooms with beamed mantles, one with an electric stove effect fire, multi-paned French doors opening to the sun terrace in the rear garden, door opening to the stone Portico which formerly was used as the main entrance.
Fitted with a range of shaker style wall, base and drawer units with roll top edged work surfaces over, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit, mixer tap, tiling to splash prone areas, deep sill with multi-paned window to the rear aspect, 'Bosch electric fan assisted over with four ring gas hob, pull-out extractor hood over, recess with gas fired Aga, under counter fridge, flag stone flooring. The breakfast area offers ample space for a table and chairs, beamed ceiling, period thumb latched door opening to:-
This space offers potential to extend into but is currently used as a utility room and store rooms but could easily be incorporated into the main house to provide extra living accommodation to suit a growing family,, Fitted with roll top work surface with stainless steel sink and drainer, washing machine, dishwasher, American fridge/freezer, window to the rear aspect, internal glazed windows and access to two storage rooms, towards the end of the room is two further store rooms with a generous full height workshop beyond. This space is commodious and offers potential to extend into subject to the necessary planning and building consents.
Leaded multi-paned window with secondary glazing to the rear aspect, under stairs storage cupboard, ceiling timbers, gently tiered stairs rising to the second floor landing, timber thumb latched door that opens to the south-east wing of the property and could be used as spacious bedroom suite complete with dressing room or nursery/study.
Fitted with a four piece suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, deep paneled bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, shower enclosure with electric shower, tiling to splash prone areas, beamed ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, window to the side aspect with window seat, radiator, heated chrome towel radiator, storage cupboard, radiator.
With hanging rails.
Beamed ceiling, recessed ceiling down lighting, radiator, window to the side aspect with views towards the Gordano Valley, period thumb latched door to:-
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; low level WC, wash hand basin, shower enclosure with mains shower, chrome heated towel radiator, tiling to splash prone areas, wood effect flooring.
feature beamed ceiling, recessed ceiling down lighting, leaded multi-paned secondary glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
With gently tiered steps up to the master bedroom suite, stairs rising to second floor landing, door to bedroom.
Full height ceiling with exposed ceiling timbers, radiator, storage cupboard, multi-paned window to the side aspect with views towards the Gordano Valley.
Period thumb latched door opening to a dressing room with a full length clothes rail with beamed ceiling, door to the en-suite and the master bedroom,,
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower enclosure with mains shower, tiling to splash prone areas, chrome heated towel radiator, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, access to roof space via loft hatch, recessed ceiling down lighting,,
Exposed low level ceiling timbers, window to the rear aspect with secondary glazing, airing cupboard, storage cupboard, cupboard housing freestanding gas fired boiler that serves the heating system and domestic hot water, recessed ceiling down lighting.
Fitted with a low level WC, wash hand basin, radiator, ceiling timber, extractor fan, recessed ceiling spot light,
Exposed low level ceiling timbers with vaulted and exposed truss roof, access to roof space via loft hatch, recessed ceiling down lighting, radiator, window to the side aspect with secondary glazing and deep sill,
Exposed ceiling timbers, skylight, radiator, access to roof space via loft hatch, recessed ceiling downlighting, cupboard with hanging rail, half height timber door opening to:-
Exposed ceiling timbers, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, eaves storage cupboard, recessed ceiling spot lights.
There are a variety of outbuildings surrounding the central courtyard. The detached stone barn takes centre stage offering numerous possibilities. There is also, attached to the main house, a former smithy with many original features. This could easily be converted providing alternative accommodation, as it links to the main house (subject to planning). The garden is walled to most sides and has been beautifully landscaped into a number of independent areas including a substantial patio, a decked seating area, as well as a lawned area and further seating. This enclosed garden leads via a pedestrian gate to the front of the property, where you will find parking for numerous cars as well as a low maintenance front garden.
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