Property
3 Nov 2017

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Cassia Green Farm is a distinctive, striking and individual detached house that offers fantastic accommodation that comprises of five impressive bedrooms, four immaculately presented bathrooms and two sizeable reception rooms.

The property has been exquisitely renovated and extended so as to create a first class family home that is unstinting in its quality and exceptional flexibility. The internal quality is excellent with a pleasing blend of contemporary specification with features of tradition and character.

At ground floor level there is an outstanding breakfast kitchen and two further reception rooms which include an impressively large living room which benefits from striking period beams and a large fireplace. At ground level, there is also a superb ground floor bedroom with an en-suite facility that is perfect for guests. This high level of finish and design continue at first-floor level, where there are four further bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The property is set in beautifully landscaped gardens that include mature shrubs and trees along with a patio dining area that would be perfect for enjoying the summer sunshine whilst admiring the views of surrounding countryside. The garden also offers a covered dining area so that outdoors entertaining does not need to be limited by Britain’s unpredictable weather. There is also ample off road parking and an oak framed carport.

This excellent individual detached house is located in a position that combines rural beauty with excellent accessibility to many commercial centres which is undoubtedly why properties in this area are continually in demand. The property also benefits from having excellent country walks on its doorstep which would be perfect for lovers of the outdoors.

Cassia Green Farms is located in a first class position, as such, a viewing is absolutely essential in order to appreciate this excellent property. For further information please contact our office on 01829 731 300

By Stephanie WilsonBack to Blog