Loads of period features for this family home believed to date back to 1650

The five bedroomed home even has its own cinema/games room : The property at Millards Hill, is for sale for £950,000


By Susie Watkins

7th Aug 2023 | Property of the Week


This stunning family home on the edge of Welton is close to the greenway and has an option to have part let out with holiday lettings.

Believed to date back to circa 1650, the home, The Old Farmhouse on Millards Hill, is beautifully presented throughout and offers versatile accommodation arranged over four floors.

On the ground floor there are two reception rooms both benefitting from wood burners, the living room with impressive fireplace and the snug/office. The kitchen/ breakfast room features an AGA and wood burner. There is a cool cinema/games room on the lower ground floor.

To the right hand side of the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a shower room. To the left is a double bedroom with en suite shower room and a kitchenette which combined could be used for holiday lettings.

On the second floor is the principal bedroom, a further double bedroom and a spacious bathroom. For details from agents Knight Frank see HERE

The property is approached onto a tarmac driveway (owned by The Old Farmhouse, with three neighbouring properties having a right of access), leading to parking for a few vehicles. There is a double garage which can be accessed via a five bar gate at the side of the house. There is a garden room attached to the garage which could be used for summer dining, or as a studio/potting shed and at the rear of the property there are pretty formal landscaped gardens comprising a level lawn and well stocked borders.

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