A delightful historic farmhouse with an extensive range of barns set in approximately 2.75 acres.
Fullingmills Farm This impressive period farmhouse is listed Grade II with accommodation over 3 storeys. The house would benefit from some modernisation but has an array of characterful features including fine stone carved fireplace in one of the bedrooms and there are good views from most rooms. The property benefits from having an extensive range of largely period farm buildings which have been used as workshops/stores more recently but offer much potential. The property includes a paddock and woodland extending to about 1.8 acres all, boarding to Caul Bourne, a spring fed stream.
The property occupies a rural position, just west of the village of Calbourne, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has good access to the towns of Newport, Freshwater as well as nearby harbour village of Yarmouth, (with nearby ferry links to Lymington) Just south of the property is extensive unspoilt down land delightful coastline being within the vicinity.
Entrance Porch Front door opening to a Hallway
Kitchen Overlooking the courtyard and fitted with a range of kitchen units.
Bathroom Bath with shower over, wash basic, WC and a range of built in cupboards, including an airing cupboard
Inner hall with staircase off.
Dining Room An imposing and nicely proportioned room with Parquet flooring, a large fireplace housing and French doors opening to: Conservatory with stone walls and glazing above under a Perspex roof and French doors to the garden.
Drawing Room An impressive room of great proportions with exposed timbers to the ceiling and a fireplace housing a wood burning stove. Outlook through wide stone mullioned windows over both the courtyard and the rear garden.
Bedroom 1 With great views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. Built in cupboards and WC en-suite.
Bedroom 2 Stone mullion windows overlooks the courtyard and a fine period carved stone fireplace.
Bedroom 3 Country views.
Steep staircase to:
Bedroom 4 A characterful room with sloping ceilings and painted beams with down land views 4.19 x2.88m
Access to study/bedroom with views over the barns to the surrounding countryside, sloping ceilings with painted timbers.
Cellar Accessed externally from the southern elevation of the house.
Outside The property is approached by a driveway that culminates within the partially lawned courtyard surrounded by the barns, providing ample parking. Whilst to the rear of the house is an attractive largely lawned garden overlooking the paddock.
There are a good range of mainly period farm buildings including:
Stone Barn 1 8.93 x 4.96 with loft. Additional open fronted stores adjacent.
Barn 2 A period timber framed barn with a slate roof, clad in corrugated sheeting. (11.78m x 5.56m). With additional store to one end with loft area over.
Barn 3 Stone and blockwork walls under a slate roof (14.15m x 5.6m)
An additional barn beyond 7.8m x 5.7m and a secure store (9.6m x 3.3m)
Barn 4 Timber framed building served by power and lighting.
Barn 5 The workshop, timber framed and timber clad walls and corrugated sheeting to the roof. (14.67 x 5.25m).
Directions from Newport Proceed along The Middle Road (B3401). From the cross roads at Calbourne, (adjacent to the Sun Inn) continue in a westerly direction towards Freshwater and Fullingmills farm will be found on the left hand side after 0.4 of a mile.
Postcode PO30 4JL
Services Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Electrical heating.
Viewings All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents.
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