North Arreton

Great Briddlesford Farmhouse

Briddlesford Road

Great Briddlesford Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building set in an elevated position with superb views across the island and the Solent. Its north-eastern boundary also has the Havenstreet to Wootton rail track alongside.

The property was recently put on the market (March 2008) and from which these details were extracted.
A period country house of stone and brick construction under a pantile roof. The house has been extended over the years. A conservatory has been added to the North Western side and a garden room has been added to the northern edge. The property is approached via a long private drive, which is bordered by mature hedges. The house is set in mature gardens and is bordered on the southern edge by an attractive red brick garden wall. The house makes the most of the panoramic views, which the site enjoys, with large windows throughout. It was built so that the morning sun came into the kitchen and the evening sun in the sitting room.

Picture of Great Briddlesford Farm House
Great Briddlesford Farm House

Stud walling to create a three storey Granny Annexe on the western side of the house currently divides the property. The accommodation consists of 7 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms, 3 bathrooms, Grazing Land and extensive farm buildings including a tithe barn and former granary.

The Farm is being sold as a whole or in 4 Lots. Lots 3 & 4 have traditional farm buildings. The land consists of: Doreshill 3.223 ha; Scrub 0.153 ha; Pond 0.008 ha; Marl Ground 4.925 ha; Dunnage 2.522 ha; Vicarage 2.487 ha; Marsh 0.213 ha; Peaky Butt 2.072 ha; Staines1 1.925 ha; Staines2 3.282 ha; Tarburs 2.301 ha; Bullstakes 4.175 ha; Great Briddlesford Farm 1.031 ha; various plots total 0.883 ha; Garden Mead 0.929 ha; Butterfield 2.979 ha; Pondmead inc Pond 2.444 ha; Six Acres 2.388 ha; Woody Mead 1.912 ha; Forestry 3 plots 1.504 ha; 2.854 ha; 2.820 ha; Prison Ground 2.780 ha; Below Line 3.196 ha; Greenhills 3.208 ha; Lower Long Mead 3.462 ha; Upper Long Mead 3.977; Moorground 3.213 ha and a few minor plots, driveways etc.

Source: Extracted from sales details via the Internet.

This page was last edited on: 4th March, 2015 06:16:35

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