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Digital Archive - Sale Particulars: Upper House Farm

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Sale particulars for Upper House Farm Craswall were issued by the agent, Knight Frank Farms and Estates.



The overall description given in the particulars is as follows:


Upper House Farm is a traditional stone farmhouse beneath a slate roof with original outbuildings and has been subject to a total refurbishment scheme. The work includes an extension, complete re-plumbing, re-wiring and insulation. Situated up a long track and driveway to a gravelled parking area, the house is approached up stone steps to a part glazed oak front door. Internally there are flagstone floors, traditional doors and exposed beams. An impressive sitting room opens to eaves with elevated mezzanine floor to one end and extensive book cases. Stone steps beneath to bedroom 4 and a well fitted en suite bathroom. The kitchen has exposed beams, oak flooring, oak fitting units, an oil fired Aga and woodburner set in chimney breasts either end. The original stone staircase leads up to landing with doors off to two good bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms. An inter-connecting door leads through to a third bedroom with French windows out to a terraced decking. Hollywell cottage is a derelict Welsh longhouse sitting in a delightful glade with springs and streams. There are also a range of outbuildings. The farm totals approximately 69 acres and is typical of the hill farms of the Golden Valley.


Full particulars including detailed descriptions of the accommodation, a selection of photographs and the floor plans can be downloaded here in PDF file format.




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