An enchanting Grade II Listed farmhouse beautifully set in unspoilt grounds of about 20 acres on the edge of this popular village.
This delightful property last changed hands some 37 years ago, which will come as no surprise when you drive down the tree lined driveway and all that Nortons Farm has to offer becomes apparent; it really is a truly wonderful environment in which to raise to raise a family.
Originally of 17th Century origin the property has grown over the years, with additions in the 18th and 20th Centuries, the latter by the current owner. The captivating accommodation has infinite charm and the owner has always been determined to preserve the integrity of the property.
The front door opens into a reception hall with staircase up to the first floor. The elegant sitting room has a graceful air with an open fireplace and casements out to the garden. The dining room has a wealth of exposed beams and an impressive inglenook fireplace with a door leading through to a generous study. The kitchen is fitted with a range of pine fronted units and leads through to the very large conservatory which commands a wonderful outlook of the garden. The office/utility room provides a great space with many options.
On the first floor there is a large master bedroom with a small dressing area and en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms on this floor and the family bathroom. A staircase leads from the landing up to the second floor, whether there is a fourth double bedroom.
Nortons Farm is approached via a long driveway leading down to the farmhouse and the adjacent yard which is encircled by stabling and a brick barn.
There is a small self-contained ‘flat’ at one end of the barn which has a kitchen area on the ground floor and a sitting and bedroom area on the first floor, together with a shower room.
There is a workshop, dog run, outhouse and an adjoining partly enclosed pole barn.
There are sweeping formal gardens with a paved terrace off the sitting room. Beyond the immediate gardens lies a small copse and natural dew pond surrounded by bluebells in the Spring, which then extends up through glade making a captivating walk.
The land is traditional unspoilt pasture and separated into several paddocks including a well established wild flower meadow bordered by natural hedge rows.
Nortons Farm is tucked away down its own driveway, occupying an enviable and secluded position. The property is just a short drive from the villages of Holmer Green and Hazlemere which provide for day to day needs, with a more comprehensive range of amenities in nearby High Wycombe. The latter also offers a fast and frequent rail service to London as does Great Missenden to Marylebone, with Junction 4 of the M40 at Handy Cross.
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