Budds Farm is a beautiful detached property built of hamstone elevations under a thatched roof. The property is well presented throughout and boasts a wealth of character features associated with a property of its vintage (dates from 17th Century). The property, which was formerly the home of Thomas Budd, a non-conformist preacher, has been tastefully refurbished over the years and features a large main house, adjoining three bedroom cottage, range of traditional outbuildings to the rear as well as an open fronted barn which had planning permission to convert into a detached dwelling. The property has delightful gardens and grounds of circa 0.9 acres.
On the ground floor of the house are two main reception rooms with inglenook fireplaces and beamed ceilings as well as a large kitchen and breakfast room. Also on the ground floor is a bedroom with en-suite bathroom as well as shower room/utility room and cloakroom.
On the first floor are four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
There is a driveway from the lane to the side of the property, leading to a spacious area for parking/turning and a large garage. There is also a substantial detached outbuilding comprising office and store which would be suitable for a variety of purposes. In addition, set away from the house, is an open fronted barn with outlined planning consent for conversion into a three bedroomed dwelling. To the side of the property is a beautiful walled garden and the balance of the land to the rear, which is down to grass with many species of specimen trees and unusual plants.