Agent: Strutt & Parker

Offers: £800,000

Call: 01584 873711

THIS handsome property, thought to have origins in the 17th century, was completely remodelled and enlarged in 1902.

Middlemoor has not be sold for over 50 years. This is a rare and exciting opportunity for the next custodian to create a very special home from this charming property.

The present day property exudes character and charm, although would benefit from a scheme of general improvement and modernisation.

There are original details found throughout and the warmth to the house is apparent immediately, welcoming one through its door.

The reception rooms are generous, and large windows fill the spaces with natural light.

Of particular note is the dual aspect sitting room with views over the walled kitchen garden and front gardens which fall away to the River Lugg at its southern boundary.

The grounds extend to about eight acres, consisting of two large paddocks adjacent to the private drive, extensive gardens and a river frontage with single and double bank fishing rights.

A large walled kitchen garden is situated off the western aspect to the main house.

Off the rear courtyard is a collection of outbuildings, including garaging, tack room, stables, stores, carports and plenty of parking space.

A detached barn makes up the majority of these, with garage, stables and stores and benefitting from a self-contained two bedroom flat to the first floor (The Stable Flat). This could be used as holiday let, annexe to the main house, or for tenancy, and provides excellent scope for further conversion (subject to necessary consents).

For further information about this handsome property please contact Joe Martin at Strutt & Parker via joe.martin@struttandparker.com