House For Sale

Hall Farm, The Green, Orton on the Hill, Atherstone, Leicestershire

Guide price £1,600,000

A period farmhouse and an excellent range of outbuildings offering scope to be put to a variety of uses (subject to consents), all of which are presented to an extremely high standard.

  • A great combination of a fully renovated, spacious period house with a range of high quality buildings
  • 3-4 reception rooms, breakfast kitchen
  • 6 bedrooms, 6 bath/shower rooms
  • 1 bedroom annexe
  • Office
  • Attached stable range with two tack rooms
  • A range of barns and garaging
  • Walled kitchen garden with greenhouse, mature formal gardens
  • Manège, paddocks extending to approximately 4.56 acres
  • In all extending to approximately 8.13 acres

Hall Farm sits within a private position on the edge of soughtafter village of Orton-on-the-Hill and benefits from far reaching views. The property is very well placed for accessing the major
road networks including the M42, M6 and M1, with a mainline ailway station easily accessible at Tamworth. The cities of irmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Derby are
all within striking distance. There is a range of well-regarded chools in the area including Twycross House School, Twycross Preparatory School and The Dixie Grammar School at Market osworth. The very attractive town of Market Bosworth is only 8 miles away and offers a wide range of services.

Hall Farm presents a superb opportunity to purchase an attractive country property offering a very broad range of facilities which are all presented to a very high standard. The
property has undergone a significant scheme of renovation and improvement works over the past five years and now presents a great combination of a fully renovated, spacious period farm
house along with a range of very high quality buildings. The vendors have displayed great attention to detail in all aspects of the improvements work carried out and the design and layout of the facilities at the property. Hall Farm offers an excellent range of equestrian facilities but the buildings have been constructed in such a way that they could be put to a variety of
uses and developed further (subject to the necessary consents). Alternative uses might include additional residential accommodation, business use including office space, secure garaging or workshop space.

The house is believed to date from the 18th century and has been extended in various phases since that time. It now offers substantial and flexible accommodation extending to
approximately 6,641 sq. ft. and has the potential to be utilised to provide semi-independent accommodation within the main house itself, providing greater privacy for guests or relatives. A centre-piece of the house is the impressive breakfast kitchen which is by Christopher Peters of Leamington Spa, and has an electric Aga together with a free standing island. Accessed off the kitchen is a well-proportioned reception room which opens to a garden room area creating one easily utilised space. Also adjoining the kitchen is a very well fitted utility room, and a WC, along with steps leading down to the cellar. The attractive dining room, with exposed ceiling timbers and impressive fireplace, is also located close to the kitchen for ease of use. The additional ground floor space includes a formal sitting room of 19ft x 11” x 13ft 11”, a good sized office, and a guest bedroom suite with en suite shower. The first floor accommodation can be accessed via three staircases allowing flexibility and the potential to provide greater privacy. There are two main bedroom suites each with spacious bathrooms but this section of the accommodation could be used to provide a very significant master bedroom suite, with the use of two bathrooms and a dressing room, which could be accessed with its own staircase. The first floor accommodation offers three further bedrooms each with an ensuite bath/shower room, and one having a dressing room area as well. Attached to the house is an annexe with accommodation over two floors including a spacious open plan living/dining kitchen
with stairs to the first floor bedroom with en suite shower room. This provides useful additional accommodation for relatives,guests or staff.

A garage courtyard adjoins the house and has an impressive timber framed garage building to house up to four cars. An archway leads from the courtyard through to formal gardens
and a terrace area of York stone on the eastern side of the house which has far reaching views over the countryside to the south east. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a number of mature trees, well established borders and a pond with weeping willow. Adjoining the garage courtyard is a very impressive walled vegetable garden with a number of raised beds served by an automated irrigation system. A key feature of this garden is a highly impressive greenhouse, with oxy-coated galvanised steel frame and automated vents, by The Victorian Glasshouse Company. Hall Farm benefits from a very impressive range of buildings which offer excellent equestrian facilities, but have the flexibility to be put to a variety of other uses. This may include conversion to residential use, office space, or other commercial uses, subject to the necessary consents. Accessed off the driveway is a machinery shed of brick construction with a timber frame under a slate roof. This 35ft 8” x 26ft 6” building offers extensive storage space which can be accessed via a wide roller shutter door for vehicle access or a pedestrian door. A second barn has been constructed principally to provide covered space for a horsebox but has been designed in such a way that openings can easily be created along its southern elevation to allow the building to be converted into a further range of stables with the use of internal partitions. A third building provides useful storage space for bedding and feed and is of timber clad stone and block construction. Attached to the annexe and visible from the house is the impressive brick stable range which offers four loose boxes, with Monarch stable doors and partitions, and a feed room plus tack
store. This building also benefits from an overhanging roof and brick apron. The feed room/tack store benefits from a Belfast sink with hot and cold running water. A further equestrian facility is the 60m x 20m manège, with flood lighting by Jumping Jack Flash and a high quality Martin Collins wax coated Ecotrack surface.

The grazing land is divided into four enclosures, which are enclosed predominantly with post and rail fencing, and benefits from a mains water connection. An access track serves all four
enclosures from the yard, whilst there is also vehicular access from the east off Moor Barns Lane. In all the paddocks and fields extend to approximately 4.56 acres with the track covering a further 1.30 acres.

Read more

Stamp Duty Calculator

Our calculator and guide to Stamp Duty will tell you all you need to know about SDLT.

Calculate Stamp Duty

Mortgage Calculator

Need a guide as to likely mortgage payments? Let our calculator help.

Calculate Mortgage

Similar Properties