Property Spotlight: A Grade II listed farmhouse with pool in Letchworth

PUBLISHED: 10:26 24 January 2019 | UPDATED: 10:30 24 January 2019

Coopers Farm, Norton Road, Letchworth Garden City. Picture: Alexander Lewis Estates

Coopers Farm, Norton Road, Letchworth Garden City. Picture: Alexander Lewis Estates

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Coopers Farm is a spectacular six-bed detached farmhouse and thatched barn conversion located on a mature private plot within Letchworth Garden City.

The Grade II listed farmhouse was redesigned by Parker and Unwin. Picture: Alexander Lewis EstatesThe Grade II listed farmhouse was redesigned by Parker and Unwin. Picture: Alexander Lewis Estates

Redesigned by Parker and Unwin, the 17th century Grade II listed farmhouse has a wealth of history - not to mention beautiful south facing 0.93 acre grounds including an orchard and walled garden.

An alarmed triple garage with twin driveways leads to off road parking and other features include a large conservatory facing out to the gardens, plus an outdoor heated swimming pool and pool house with shower room.

The main barn, which leads off the conservatory, is home to two of the bedrooms and has won an architect design award, while a smaller barn houses office facilities.

The conservatory measures 11' x 22'3The conservatory measures 11' x 22'3". Picture: Alexander Lewis Estates

Property Facts

Coopers Farm, Norton Road, Letchworth Garden City

Guide Price £1.5million

Alexander Lewis Estates, 01462 510881, www.alexanderlewisestates.co.uk

The property has an outdoor heated swimming pool. Picture: Alexander Lewis EstatesThe property has an outdoor heated swimming pool. Picture: Alexander Lewis Estates


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