Residential For Sale, Under Offer £1,750,000 Guide Price - House
A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF COUNTRY LIVING YET WITHIN EASY REACH OF MAJOR ROAD NETWORKS. SET IN THOUGHTFULLY DESIGNED AND METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED GARDENS IS THE DECEPTIVELY LARGE FAMILY PROPERTY. NOW WITH PLANNING PERMISSION ON 3 BARNS CONVERSIONS!!
Entrance Hallway – Drawing Room – Garden Room – Study – Dining Room – Breakfast Kitchen – Sitting Room – 3 Bedrooms – Dressing Rooms – 2 En-suites – House Bathroom – Detached Studio – Leisure Complex with indoor swimming pool and sauna.
One two bedroom barn already converted
Two redundant farm buildings with planning permission for 3 bedroom dwellings
Feckenham is on the border of Warwickshire and the area was known for its needle and fish hook manufacture. There are records from the 1790’s outlining the growth of importance of the area through the manufacturing industry. Old Yarr is steeped in history, located to the north east of the village ‘Old Yarr Mill’ was an important part of the needle making industry.
The current owners have renovated the property with no expense spared creating a substantial property sat in circa 30 acres including beautifully landscaped gardens, fenced paddocks with stabling and barns with planning consent for conversion of redundant agricultural buildings.
To the East of the Old Yarr is Fox Pitts sitting on the hill overlooking open farmland and consisting of circa 27 acres, the property has planning permission for a substantial four bedroom family home and has high quality race horse stabling for 20+ horses.
Old Yarr is approached from Blaze Lane via electronic gates. As the gates open the beautifully landscaped gardens become apparent. With the large lake to the front which was originally used as the holding pond for the mill. A tree lined sweeping drive intercepts the main lawn and leads down to a large parking area and centre island to the front of the house.
A glazed front door to a covered porch opens into a bright welcoming RECEPTION HALLWAY with exposed wooden flooring and stairs leading the the galleried landing above. Doors radiate off into
DRAWING ROOM: 25’2” 16’0”
A well proportioned room running from the front to back of the house with good natural light including the double opening doors that look down the main formal grounds to the front. Having a feature fireplace and door that leads into
GARDEN ROOM 12’11” x 8’11”
Having a feature glazed floor section over the water originally powering the mill. A exposed oak truss ceiling is a beautiful feature and with views over the formal garden to the front and pond this would be a delightful room to sit and relax.
Formal DINING ROOM: 21’4” x 11’11”
A well proportioned room giving amble space to fit a large dining room table for entertaining. There is good natural light from the windows to the front elevation and double opening glazed doors which open into
BREAKFAST KITCHEN: 30’1” x 29’1” (L-Shaped)
A ‘L’ shaped room in a country farmhouse style with exposed beams and Aga beneath an exposed brick and beam inglenook. There is a full wall of windows giving good natural light but the room retains a warm cosy charm.
DAY ROOM: 14’5” x 10’11”
Having ¾ height windows to two elevations this light yet cosy room creates an ideal less formal sitting room or childrens playroom.
VERANDA: 36’11” x 35’0” (L-shaped)
Wrapping around the kitchen area and split into distinctive areas creating a extended porch area and UTILITY.
STUDY 18’3” (max) x 9’9” (max)
Situated directly off the reception hallway, this room would make an ideal study or home office with patio doors that open onto the rear terrace.
Stairs from the reception hallway lead to a superb galleried landing which gives access to the bedrooms but also has a large seating area with full height windows that overlook the mill pond to the rear.
BEDROOM 2: 26’1” (max) x 16’3”
Originally designed as two bedrooms but currently is one large bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams being of dual aspect with delightful views from both windows, a door leads into a
Large EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
With extended shower, low level WC and vanity unit with built in sink.
BEDROOM 3: 16’0” x 12’1”
A further good sized room with picture window to the front elevation which looks over the lake to the front.
Situated at the front of the house with a window overlooking the formal gardens. Comprising of a freestanding feature bath, pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower.
TWO DRESSING ROOMS
A spectacular master suite comprising of
Having a feature raised bath, pedestal wash hand basin and large window with views over the magnificently landscaped gardens.
BEDROOM: 27’6” x 14’10”
A superb space as you would expect from a house of this size and ilk. Having beautiful views from all three windows to three elevations and plenty of space for both a dressing area and seating area.
This is where the property is truly unique, carefully thought out and meticulously maintained grounds, superb leisure complex with indoor swimming pool, sauna, changing facilities, gym area and butlers pantry. There is a detached brick built STUDIO or HOME OFFICE and relaxing walks around the 30 acres of ponds, landscaped gardens, wall vegetable garden and horse paddocks and stabling.
Within the grounds there are several barns with planning permission for conversion into residential properties which can be accessed from a separate driveway from Blaze Lane.
We are advised (not verified)
1. The property is FREEHOLD
2. The property has mains
3. The property has oil fired central heating
4. The property has septic tank
Council: Redditch DC
Council Tax Band: H
The adjacent barns are to be sold with the benefit of planning permission. Currently one of the barns has been converted into a ‘live work’ unit and has been granted permission for solely residential use. There is a further brick built barn, which is currently a redundant dog kennel and store, has planning permission for a three bedroom single storey property. The third barn was a previous used for agricultural storage has planning permission for a three bedroom property. These three barns can be accessed from a separate entrance from Blaze Lane and could have little impact on the main house. Alternatively they would make ideal rental accommodation or annexes to the main house.
Further information with regards to the planning can be found on the Redditch
Planning Portal with planning references 2013/290/COU & 2013/292/COU