Attractive detached property in a glorious rural location with 4 bedrooms, adjoining 2 bedroom annexe, spectacular views, about 6 acres.
With door to the
Stone Inglenook style fireplace with wood-burning stove, parquet-style flooring, radiator, window to front and door to the
Windows to front.
Understairs storage cupboard, Velux window, staircase to first floor landing.
Comprising bath with mixer tap, electric shower, tiled surround, glass screen, wash hand-basin, cupboard under, WC, ladder style radiator, window and two built-in storage cupboards, wall mounted electric heater.
Storage cupboard and Velux window and walk-in pantry with cold-slab, window, Velux window.
With an oil-fired Rayburn, oak fronted base and wall mounted units with worksurfaces and tiled splashbacks, dresser-style unit, tiled floor, electric cooker point, windows to front and side, further storage cupboard, door to the
Full height ceiling, exposed timbering, windows to rear and to the front, door to the
With windows to the front and side and hatch to roof space. This room could provide a large en-suite bathroom.
Wooden flooring, hatch to roof space, built-in wardrobe, window to front, connecting door to "The Barn".
Windows to two sides.
Comprising wash hand-basin, WC, small store cupboard, extractor fan.
There is a door to an Entrance Hall with electric fuse-board and door to the Lounge with wood-burning stove, a ? With cider press over, radiator, 3 windows. Kitchen fitted with oak-effect base and wall mounted units, worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine, 1½ bowl sink unit, tiled floor, extractor fan, window to rear, doors to the rear. A staircase leads from the Hall to the first floor landing with radiator, Velux roof window. Bedroom 4 has a built-in wardrobe, radiator, windows to front and side and a door to the Dressing Room/Office with hatch to roof space, storage cupboard and window to the front. Bedroom with radiator, Velux roof window. Bathroom comprising white suite comprising a bath with electric shower, wash hand-basin, WC, extractor fan, shaver light and point, Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Backbury House is surrounded by its own gardens, ground and woodland which extend to approximately 6 acres and is initially approached by its own private, sweeping driveway which bi-sects a bank stocked with shrubs with a path leading to the sun terrace and an orchard with a vineyard and a wildlife pond. To one side of the driveway is terracing with a range of shrubs and flowers and to the other side is an orchard with two vineyards, a wildlife pond, seating area. There is a secondary access through the paddock which provides access to "The Barn". Off the drive there is a detached timber garage with a metal up-and-over door and then the driveway continues to the side where there is a parking area. Immediately to the front of the property, there is the raised double sun terrace which takes full advantage of the spectacular southerly views to Haugh Woods and there is a lawned area with Box hedging, a further raised patio with iron railings and ornamental pond. To the eastern side, there is a vegetable garden and soft fruit cage, two greenhouses. There is a concrete pathway that leads to a range of storage outbuildings and then there is a gate to a pasture paddock which is sloping and stocked with a variety of mature and specimen trees with a further access to the lower roadway, two corrugated field shelters. To the western side of the property is a log-store and an oil storage tank. The paddock then continues to the rear of the property and beyond which, there is an area of mature and historic mixed woodland with wild daffodils and bluebells and this then leads into a further area of woodland with both native and specimen trees including Redwoods. This then backs onto the Mordiford loop walk.
There are a variety of storage buildings, some to the eastern side of the property with two greenhouses, two field shelters, a log-store, corrugated store building on the driveway entrance, workshop and a detached timber garage with a metal up-and-over door.
1. There are solar panels.
2. There are Commoners Rights on Backbury Waste (details tbc).