PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: The Mill House, Unstone - £650,000-£700,000

Set on a large plot of land with approximately 3.5 acres of delightful land with a running stream is this unique five bedroom detached stone built property dating back to the Doomsday Book.

Wednesday, 13th July 2016, 9:00 am

Entrance is via a grand hallway which leads to the drawing room with a Victorian styled fireplace. There is a spacious lounge and dining room with Georgian style French door and a window overlooking the front garden. In the kitchen is a New World gas cooker with hob, double oven and grill, a servant’s bell board and pantry. There is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, and a preparation room with an Indesit dishwasher. On the first floor is a master bedroom with fine southerly woodland views, high ceilings, an original ornate cast iron open fireplace and a storage room which has the potential to become an ensuite/dressing room. There are a further four bedrooms, two of which are doubles. There is a bathroom with a white suite of bath, basin and bidet, and a separate toilet. There is also a family bathroom with a bath, shower, bidet, and toilet. Outside the property is set in approximately 3.5 acres of land which consists of extensive gardens and woodland with a stream which provides a peaceful and idyllic setting. The property is approached by a long driveway. To the front is a formal garden with the majority in natural York stone and an old mill stone. There is an attached greenhouse to the side and to the rear is a stone staircase with a small garden area. To the side is a parking area with natural stone walling, and a garden area. There is a second detached stone/brick garage which is in need of some attention and a wooden storage shed. There is a bridge over the River Drone to an open grass (tennis court) area. There is also a stone coach house/garage, two stone built stables and an original brick and stone water mill which is in need of attention. Contact William H Brown on 01142 638012.

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