Property Spotlight: A Grade II listed farmhouse in Redbourn

PUBLISHED: 11:52 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:52 13 March 2018

Nicholls Farm, Lybury Lane, Redbourn

Nicholls Farm, Lybury Lane, Redbourn

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Nicholls Farm is a delightful period cottage, which stands at the end of a no through road on the edge of the village of Redbourn.

The drawing room's vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers is one of the property's stand out featuresThe drawing room's vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers is one of the property's stand out features

The Grade II listed farmhouse is registered as dating back as far as the 16th century with later additions. Today, it represents a lovely family home with potential to increase the living accommodation on the top floor into two further bedrooms, if required.

The accommodation includes a drawing room, sitting room, main kitchen/breakfast room, secondary kitchen, shower room, four bedrooms - one with en suite shower room - family bathroom and two large loft rooms.

Many original features adorn the house, most notably in the drawing room, which showcases a wonderful vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and a lovely fireplace with log burner.

Outside, the traditional gardens comprise areas of lawn, herbaceous borders and box hedging. Towards the top of the garden is a useful outbuilding for garden machinery.

The Grade II listed farmhouse dates back to the 16th centuryThe Grade II listed farmhouse dates back to the 16th century

Directly opposite the farmhouse is an equestrian centre with 14.5 acres of land. This is available for sale by separate negotiation.

PROPERTY FACTS

Lybury Lane, Redbourn

The traditional gardens comprise areas of lawn, herbaceous borders and box hedgingThe traditional gardens comprise areas of lawn, herbaceous borders and box hedging

Guide price £935,000

Savills | 01582 465 021 | www.savills.co.uk


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