Discreetly situated on the cusp of Leckhampton Hill, overlooking the valley down to Medley Green, this detached Cotswold stone farmhouse offers flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, a large garden and tennis court.
Blackhedge Farm dates back to the 1600s and once formed part of a working farm, originally belonging to The Norwood Estate. Rich in history, with links to The Rt Honourable John Wilson Crocker an accomplished politician and author, the farm later passed down the generations for various golf and agricultural use.
Discreetly situated on the cusp of Leckhampton Hill, overlooking the valley down to Medley Green, this detached Cotswold stone farmhouse offers flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. Blackhedge Farmhouse offers an abundance of character and charm with exposed stone, beautiful beams and original quarry tile flooring. The property has been enjoyed by its current owners for a number of years and offers scope for extension or modification to either remain as a family home or potential as a holiday let/ investment.
Entrance hall with exposed stone feature fireplace, reception room with attractive bay window and raised fireplace, dining room, kitchen opening to breakfast room, W/C, utility room leading to rear lobby, annexe sitting room and downstairs shower room. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms (one with feature mezzanine floor), family bathroom and additional self-contained annexe bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
Externally the property has a mature and established garden with shrub boarders and fruit trees which leads down to the hard-standing tennis court, ideal for summer sports and activities and a garage with off-road parking for several vehicles.