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The property fully justifies its Grade II* listing. and is listed in Nikolaus Pevsners The Buildings of England. Having been a courthouse and the Lord of the Manors residence the original quaility of the architecture and workmanship is excellent. These high standards have been maintained in the sympathetic improvements in recent years and have complimented the original period details which remain including the carved panelled courtroom, hamstone fireplace, carved beams, original oak doors, flagstones and the spiral stone staircase. The result is a historic property which is also a fine family home with flexible and generous accommodation.
Gardens and outbuildings
The outbuildings comprise two large cottages, a games room, garage, store rooms and a utility store/office. The formal gardens are bordered by stone walls and lie to the south of the property. They are well planted for year round colour with a number of mature trees and shrubs. There are two areas of orchard with mainly cider apple trees and a
paddock of about 8 acres.
Old Manor Farm is situated in the small village of Low Ham which is tucked away in unspoilt countryside. Within the village there is the parish church (with no dedication to any saint) and the adjacent foundations of an unfinished 17th century manor house.
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