Posted: 8th August 2019 | Back to news feed

Silver Birch Cottage is a distinctive residence, believed to have been built circa 1995 of oak-framed construction under a wonderful thatched roof. The property sits within an exceptionally private setting, including a detached single-storey annexe with courtyard garden, a separate games room with bar and a substantial timber-framed log cabin. The equestrian facilities will appeal to those with an interest, having stables and land extending to approximately 8.3 acres with manège.

The entrance has double gates opening onto an extensive gravel driveway flanked by silver birch trees leading to an expansive courtyard providing parking for numerous vehicles. Off the entrance drive, double gates open into the stable facilities around a concrete enclosure. The L-shaped timber stable block comprises three regular size loose boxes and a larger fourth loose box, benefiting from lighting. Across the courtyard is a timber-framed hay-barn with cold water supply.

To the southern boundary of Silver Birch Cottage is a large single flat field laid to permanent pasture, enclosed by mature native hedging, much of it ring-fenced. The land includes a 25m x 60m sand and rubber-surface manège providing a wonderful outdoor riding arena.

The land is approached through a field gate off the main house entrance, but also benefits from planning approval for a separate independent access directly off the adjoining Rake Lane, which has been commenced (Planning Ref 16/00835/FUL).

The property is offered for sale with Fisher German at offers over £1,000,000.

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