Sladmore Farmhouse is a beautiful, period house believed to date from the 18th century, it has, with later additions evolved into an elegant family home. The accommodation is flexible and would suit a growing family or multi-generational living as it can be split using the separate staircases to provide annexe accommodation for family or staff.
The front door opens into an impressive and spacious entrance hall giving access to the principle reception rooms. To the left, double doors open into an elegant sitting room, which, although a later addition, is in keeping with the period feel with high ceilings, parquet flooring, a magnificent open fireplace and French doors out to the enclosed, swimming pool terrace. At the far end there is a butler’s pantry accessing the hallway and adjacent kitchen. On the opposite side of the hall is the formal dining room which has lovely, high ceilings, a fireplace and sash windows to the front and side.
Behind the dining room is the less formal morning/family room which in turn leads to the kitchen with, as its centrepiece, the AGA cooker. There are two further rooms off the kitchen (which could be separated) that are currently a study and utility with a secondary staircase to the first floor.
Upstairs, the accommodation is flexible with two suites and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the grounds extend to approximately 1.5 acres and are principally laid to lawn with the area to one side of the driveway being a paddock with field shelter. The whole plot is enclosed and backs onto farm and paddock land. There are two triple garage blocks, both with light and power.