VIDEO VIEWINGS NOW AVAILABLE - CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS. This extensive Grade II listed period farmhouse beautifully set in grounds approaching 6 ACRES is presented in immaculate condition and located on the edge of the popular Chilterns village of Naphill.
THIS PICTURE POSTCARD FARMHOUSE BELIEVED TO DATE BACK TO THE 17TH CENTURY HAS BEEN LOVINGLY RESTORED. WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF CHARACTER, FIVE RECEPTION ROOMS AND FIVE BEDROOMS, THERE IS AMPLE SPACE FOR A FAMILY TO LIVE AND GROW IN A BEAUTIFUL AND PEACEFUL COUNTRYSIDE SETTING.
Located on the edge of the popular village of Naphill, Great Moseley Farm enjoys the best of both worlds; a very private and rural setting yet easy access to local amenities including primary and middle schools. Set at the end of a private, sweeping drive, this remarkable family home offers the perfect combination of period elegance and modern family living.
The property is set in grounds approaching 6 acres and including a large lawned garden which matures into informal gardens, an orchard with pond and large fully restored barn parking for several cars.
Inside, the reception rooms and kitchen enjoy lovely views over the pretty courtyard garden and are finished to a high decorative order with period features.
The property is entered via a pretty ivy clad porchway. This in turn leads through to the informal sitting and family rooms; stylish, dual aspect rooms with impressive Inglenook fireplaces and beamed ceilings. An arched doorway from the sitting room accesses what is currently used as the gym with shower room and doors out onto the courtyard garden. This room offers flexible multifunctional space be it as a teen/games room or as annexe accommodation. To the right of the sitting room is a study with fireplace, built-in storage and lovely views out over the front gardens.
To the rear of the house, the 31ft kitchen offers plenty of space for a family size table and has been fitted with a range of handcrafted bespoke pine units by Simon Taylor complemented by granite work surfaces. Integrated appliances include a De Dietrich oven, dishwasher along with a double butler sink, Aga and space for an American style fridge. The kitchen gives direct access onto the courtyard garden. Adjoining the kitchen, the utility room houses a good range of units along with a sink, plumbing for washing machine, separate WC and access onto the rear terrace. Also, on ground floor level is a cosy dining room and cloakroom with WC.
Stairs rise from the sitting room to the first floor next to a door to the cellar, which provides a useful storage area.
On the first floor, the bedrooms are all well-appointed. The double aspect master bedroom leads through to a spacious en suite bathroom with both bath and walk-in shower. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, all presented in excellent condition. A separate door gives access from the landing to the guest suite, giving it a good degree of privacy with flexible accommodation. Whilst currently comprising a bedroom and sitting room, it could equally be used as two bedrooms (one walk through) with Jack and Jill bathroom.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
A wide gravel driveway sweeps to the front of the property with a feature fountain and prominent turning circle. A large, fully restored barn with vaulted ceilings provides parking for three cars along with additional storage. To the left of the driveway is a wonderful feature pond and to the right, a large lawned area with mature trees and shrubs.
To the rear of the property a well-sheltered courtyard garden with original well provides an ideal location for al fresco entertaining and a secluded area for relaxation. Leading away from house, formal lawns mature into informal gardens with a large pond and orchard to the rear boundary which partly borders open farmland.
The property is set on the outskirts of the pretty village of Naphill which offers a variety of small shops providing day to day needs. Larger amenities can be found at nearby High Wycombe and Princes Risborough, both of which have mainline railway access into London Marylebone. The M40 can be found at junction 4 approximately 5 miles away.
The area is well regarded for its excellent state and private school education with the grammar school system still in place in this county. For details of school catchment visit buckscc.gov.uk.