- Detached period farmhouse
- Extensive accommodation with an abundance of charm
- 5 bedrooms
- Principal bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
- 3 reception rooms
- Traditional farmhouse kitchen/dining room with Aga
- Pretty gardens with sunny aspect
- Ample private parking
- Large outbuilding with scope to convert into an annexe (STP)
- Short level walk to amenities
Pyke Farm is a Cotswold stone detached period farmhouse set just a short distance from Sherston High Street and yet enjoys a discreet hidden position screened by mature hedging. The farmhouse showcases an array of character features and has evolved over the years into an excellent family sized home boasting generously proportioned accommodation over three floors extending to 2,969 sq.ft. The accommodation has been sympathetically and tastefully presented throughout.
Internally, an oak framed entrance hall is entered from the rear off the parking area with a downstairs WC off and a fitted boot room with further side access, perfect for bringing in muddy wellies. There are three principal reception rooms. A study is open plan to the living room creating a dual-aspect whilst the living room features a wood-burning stove. Across the hallway, a further sitting room also has a wood-burning stove and displays much character with an exposed timber open hall. The traditional farmhouse style kitchen has flagstone flooring, an oil-fired Aga and a range of timber units. Double doors connect to the garden. Completing the ground floor, there is an additional WC and office. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms which includes the principal bedroom. The principal bedroom has a dedicated wing comprising a dressing room, en-suite bathroom and the beautiful bedroom with vaulted ceiling over. The second floor provides two further attic bedrooms and a landing/playroom making the top floor an ideal space for children. The family bathroom is located on the first floor and is fitted with a large walk-in shower and bath.
Outside, there is an extensive outbuilding comprising three former stables, tack room and workshop. The outbuilding has power, lighting and water connected and lends itself for fantastic scope to convert to garaging or ancillary accommodation, subject to planning (previous annexe planning granted, now lapsed).
Vehicular access to the property is from the rear leading to a spacious private parking area over a gravelled forecourt lined with trees. The gardens are predominantly arranged to the front and side of the property benefiting from an east, south and west facing aspect. The front garden is a combination of a colourful cut-flower patch and vegetable garden. To the side, is the formal garden area which flows off from the kitchen. This area has been laid mostly to lawn with an excellent degree of privacy and various secluded seating areas to enjoy complemented by vibrant roses.
Tenure & Services
Situated within 2 minutes walk of the centre of this sought after village, a magnificent detached Cotswold stone period farmhouse with extensive accommodation and a large outbuilding with scope to convert.