An idyllic farm near Tisbury in the sought after Nadder Valley
Park House is an attractive, Grade II Listed, four bedroom cottage situated in an elevated position overlooking the Nadder Valley. Constructed of Chilmark stone under a thatch roof, this cottage is full of character and is split over three floors with exceptional views. The cottage has a gravel drive and is set within pretty cottage gardens enclosed by post and rail fencing.
An oak stable door leads into a central hallway which gives access to the main rooms on the ground floor. There is a triple aspect sitting room with large inglenook fireplace with wood burner to the right and to the left is a large kitchen/dining room leading to a good sized utility room and WC. A cellar runs underneath the kitchen. On the first floor there are three bedrooms two of which are double and one smaller which could be used as a study or nursery. The bathroom is also on the first floor. The second floor comprises a galleried landing space (occasional bedroom) which leads through to a double bedroom.
Outside there is a patio area with a lawn garden and a timber
summer house that enjoys the far reaching, panoramic views of the Nadder Valley.
Park House is currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
To the west of Park House is an attractive farm yard that
includes a mixture of traditional and modern farm buildings as
set out below:
4 bay steel framed barn part Chilmark stone and part
Traditional two storey building built with Chilmark stone.
To the back of the building there are steps leading to a
former second storey whilst at the front are three arch
ways leading to a stone floor. Historically this has been
used to host shoot lunches and could have potential to be
converted (subject to gaining the necessary consent).
Two traditional timber stables and a tack room.
Five bay steel framed barn, part timber and part stone on a
concrete base with a storage area and mezzanine floor at
Three double garages – part breeze block and part timber.
The second farm yard is located behind Park House and comprises a 9 bay x 5 bay steel framed livestock barn, with each bay being about 20ft long. The second barn is a 5 bay steel framed open fronted straw barn with a lean to storage area at one end. These buildings may have the potential for other uses, including equestrian subject to gaining any necessary consents.
200 acres of attractive pastureland with pockets of woodland surrounds Park House from the north, east, south and west. This block of land is accessed via a good track that runs through both farm yards. The majority of the soil is shallow, lime-rich and lies over chalk. It is free draining therefore is ideal for livestock however, there is potential to convert the fields to arable although some are registered with DEFRA.
Historically the owners have run a family shoot on the farm with average bags for the year of 200 birds split across 3 days driven shooting and some additional walked up days. The topography of the farm lends itself to shooting with some good valleys as well as wooded areas and mature hedgerows.
Acreage: 198.95 Acres