See inside this run down farmhouse for sale by auction for £475,000
PUBLISHED: 07:07 03 October 2018 | UPDATED: 15:08 04 October 2018
This farmhouse near Aylsham is for sale for a guide price of £475,000 at auction and is in need of a complete renovation; we give you a look inside. Can you see the potential?
This is a property project that’s not for the faint hearted. However, with care, attention and investment, this run down farmhouse in two acres could be stunning again.
Spratt’s Green Farmhouse, Spratts Green, just outside Aylsham, is a detached Grade II listed house dating from the early 19th century in need of complete renovation.
It offers some superb original features including fireplaces and a cantilevered staircase but hasn’t been modernised or altered that much inside over the last half a century.
Offering four good sized bedrooms, many with original fireplaces and a former dairy room with an uncovered inglenook, the house offers enormous potential.
The property is being sold at auction in Aylsham with Irelands Arnolds Keys on Tuesday, October, 30 at 3pm at the Aylsham town hall, Market Place.
The farmhouse passed into the ownership of the Carman farming family who are now selling just over 100 acres of farmland, being auctioned separately in six lots.
The house, built in red brick under a slate and clay tile roof, is south facing and offers an entrance hall, off which is a sitting room, a dining room, a study/office, a kitchen and two former dairy rooms. Upstairs are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside is a garden and land which could make an ideal paddock.
Tom Corfield, partner at Irelands Arnolds Keys, marketing the proparty, said: “It is a pleasure to be handling the sale of the farm and whilst part is being retained, we are offering the rest for sale by auction in six lots varying from 4.47 acres up to 44 acres including the Grade II listed farmhouse.
“The farm is in a sought after location with Grade II soils suitable for a wide variety of cropping including vegetable crops and will appeal to neighbouring farmers as well as those looking for a small residential farm. We hope it will sell well on the day.”
For more information and to book a viewing, contact Tom Corfield on 01603 250808 or email Tom.Corfield@irelands.co.uk
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