A substantial Grade II listed detached farmhouse in need of complete modernisation, with some lovely far-reaching views. About 9.7 acres.
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Adams Farm is a substantial period farmhouse of some 4,147 sq ft, which is in need of complete renovation. The house is understood to have origins dating from the 15th Century and provides particularly well-proportioned and well-arranged accommodation over two floors.
Features within the house include a pretty tile floor in the entrance hall, particularly high ceiling heights for a property of its age, flagstone floor in the dining room, three impressive inglenook fireplaces - one with a large bread oven, a wealth of exposed wall and ceiling timbers, a vaulted ceiling in the boot room and some beautiful exposed sandstone walls.
The kitchen/breakfast room is particularly well-proportioned and affords superb far-reaching views, as does the drawing room and boot room.
The first floor can be approached by two staircases and provides a spacious principal suite comprising bedroom and bathroom, a guest suite comprising bedroom and bathroom, three further bedrooms and a third bathroom. Approached from the first floor landing is the large partly boarded attic.
This property has 9.7 acres of land.
Adams Farm is approached via a long shared entrance track which leads to the property's private entrance drive, leading down to the farmhouse. To the front of the house there is a lawn and adjacent to the rear of the house is a paved terrace with far-reaching views. The principal rear garden is laid to lawn with an orchard area and a tennis court which is in need of repair. Located within the garden are two brick and tile outhouses and a further open fronted period outbuilding all in need of repair.
Lying to the north of the house is a large paddock to one side of which is a timber stable block. Statutory Authorities have a right of way across part of the paddock - for further details please contact the agents. To the east of the house is an area of woodland and to the south east is a further sloping paddock area. About 9.7 acres.
Adams Farm lies in an elevated rural position about 0.75 mile from the centre of the small village of Crowhurst, with its village hall, primary school, cricket ground, church, public house and train station with services to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street. The historic town of Battle is some 4.5 miles to the north-east and provides an extensive range of shops and amenities together with a further train station with services to London. The coastal, business and entertainment centres of Hastings and Bexhill are about 4 and 4.5 miles respectively.
From the centre of Crowhurst, passing the The Plough Inn public house on the right, continue for approximately 0.3 of a mile and as the road bears sharply to the left, turn right into the unmarked entrance (with a metal gate) immediately before the brick bridge. Proceed down the track for approximately 0.3 mile and Adams Farm will be found at the end.Read all
- Three reception rooms
- 19'5" Kitchen/breakfast room
- Large vaulted boot room
- Utility room, cloakroom & cellar
- Five bedrooms (two ensuite)
- Timber stable block, substantial re-built period barn & various other outbuildings
- About 9.7 acres
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