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An excellent opportunity to acquire an attractive early Victorian Farmhouse in need of refurbishment. Detached stone built Oast House with Roundel (considered suitable for ancillary accommodation subject to the grant of planning permission). Set within about 8.11 Acres (3.28 Ha).
SCOCUS FARMHOUSE (1847)
Scocus Farmhouse is an early Victorian Farmhouse constructed of brick, with stone quoins, under a tiled roof. The date 1847 is printed on the eastern elevation.
From the south, Conservatory (9’6 x 10’0). Two glass doors and further door to Kitchen (9’11 x 14’7). Quarry tiled floor, double stainless steel sink with single drainer, partially tiled, worktops range of cupboards and drawers. Door to Reception Room 1 (13’5 x 13’10). Double aspect, fireplace with shelves either side. From Kitchen door to Back Kitchen (7’10 x 10’0). Door to Utility Area and Cloakroom (9’8 x 18’8) with W.C., wash hand basin and consumer units. Reception Room 2 (11’10 x 13’6). Double aspect, brick fireplace. Large Entrance Hall (6’4 x 13’0). East facing front door, understairs cupboard, smoke alarm and beam. Stairs to:
Galleried landing (10’0 x 9’8 max). Access to roof void (not inspected), telephone point. Bedroom 1 (13’9 x 14’0). Double aspect, tiled fireplace, alcove with shelving. Bedroom 2 (10’10 x 10’2). Double aspect. Separate Cloakroom with W.C. Bathroom with bath and wash hand basin, sloping roof. Bedroom 3 (12’5 x 14’1). Tiled fireplace.
There is a front garden, with a yew tree, bordered by a closeboard fence to the main road. To the north of the property there is a nursery school.
Former brick privy of brick construction beneath a tiled roof.
Dilapidated potting shed of brick and tile construction, believed to be a former piggery, with a privy.
Situated in close proximity to the west of the house is a single roundel oast house of ashlar and brick construction, beneath a tiled roof with weather boarded gable end. Roundel (13’0 diameter). Door to granary (24’6 x 27’4 including lean-to). Two stores at the northern end with a lean-to and a central store adjacent to the oast house with stairs to first floor.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Night storage heaters. (Not checked or tested).