Farthing Gate Farm comprises a most attractive 17th Century farmhouse which was extended prior to the 1950's and is constructed of stone elevations under a pitched slate roof and at the rear there is a mainly brick later extension. All of the windows are UVPC double glazed. The property is entered via a porch leading to a family room with quarry tiled floor, attractive fireplace, staircase to the first floor and latched door to the dining room, again with quarry tiled floor and further latched door leading to the sitting room with brick inglenook style fireplace with oak beam over and pleasant outlook over the gardens to the south west and glazed double doors leading to the garden room. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units incorporating dishwasher and pleasant outlook over the rear gardens together with pantry cupboard, storage cupboards, door to utility room with separate WC and rear porch. Off the kitchen a half glazed door leads to a breakfast room or bedroom 5.
A staircase in two flights leads to a spacious landing with access to the four bedrooms, three of which are at the front of the property with the third bedroom at the rear. All bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and recently built shower room.
Farthing Gate Farm is approached from the road via a long tarmac drive with five bar gates at either end and culminating adjacent to the front of the house and the barn style garage/car port with garden store and staircase leading to the first floor office. This building was put up in approximately 1996. The level lawned garden to the front is interspersed with a variety of young and mature trees together with a wild life pond. Adjacent there is a fenced kitchen garden and small orchard. To the side of the property are a number of domestic outbuildings including aviaries as well as the oil and LPG tanks. There is a further lawned garden to the rear with timber garden shed.