Robinson David Estate Agents is delighted to present a genuine part of Hardwicke History: Church House Farmhouse. Dating back to the original Hardwicke village, this Grade 2 Listed early seventeenth century (early 1600’s) timber framed Farmhouse boasts many well maintained period features throughout, including originals doors, as well as a separate home office, an oak framed open garage and enclosed single garage, parking for at least 10, and a powered separate stables with 1 acre paddock.
Throughout this charming character filled unique country home, you will discover a tasteful blend of historical architecture with a modern-living twist, from original window frames and oak beams, to an underfloor heated country style kitchen setup complete with wine storage and an Everhot cooker.
As well as much to boast inside Church House Farmhouse, within this historical properties boundaries you’ll find an air conditioned separate office space, a triple port garage, and an outside bar, all connected with power and Gigaclear Fibre Internet.
After a walk past the Koi pond hidden beyond the garden, is a large aviary, currently keeping multiple breeds of chicken and ducks. From either here or the driveway, you can access parking for 8-10 vehicles, a (powered) stables for 3-4 horses, as well as a (roughly) acre green paddock, complete with equestrian permission.