Four Bedroomed Detached Farmhouse with Equestrian Facilities
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area with Aga
Conservatory to The Front Aspect
Uninterrupted Views to the River Bank
Twenty Five Stables with Barns
Potential for a Livery Business
Grade 1* Arable Land Paddocks
South Facing Garden with Orchard
Fine and Country are delighted to present to the market this four bedroomed detached farmhouse style property with fantastic stabling and outbuildings set within twenty-three acres of garden and paddock land all set within a fabulous rural setting.
Originally thought to have been two separate cottages which date back to the 1800s the farm house provides charming family accommodation with a conservatory to the front aspect which leads into the centrally located reception area with a polished wood floor and staircase to the first floor.The comfortable sitting room is set around a multi fuel burning stove set on a tiled hearth with brick fire surround and enjoys paddock views. A second reception room with a feature stone fire place and polished wood floor is currently used as a second sitting room would make a perfect formal dining room with double opening doors leading into the conservatory. Situated between the second sitting room and accessed from the dining area from the kitchen is a study room with a brick-built fire place.
The open plan dining kitchen is fitted in a range of pine cabinets with an integrated Belfast style sink with granite grooved draining area finished with wood working surfaces. The dining area has space for a family dining table and an Aga range completes the farm house style ambiance. A separate utility room, a ground floor bathroom with open shower area and a walk-in pantry store are arranged from the rear entrance of the property which also has a practical boot room style entrance perfectly positioned for when coming in from a day spent on land. Arranged to the first floor are four bedrooms served by a family bathroom with the master having a sitting room which would make a dressing room or nursery if required.
It is the outside space that captures and enthrals at Ramor House with the endless lifestyle opportunities on offer being perfect for an equestrian lifestyle with great potential for a livery business or for embracing country living as a small holding. Approached from a tree lined driveway which has for the entirety of its length the first of the many stock fenced paddocks, all Grade 1* arable land which have been farmed for crops in the past. To the bottom of the driveway is a substantial Hay Barn with access to the Northern Paddocks and driveway. The main house itself has a small lawned area to the front and uninterrupted views to the river bank across the open paddock land. A second garden area that is south facing and orchard with trees to including apple, plum, pear and walnut, leads to an area which was once used as an outside pool which is now filled in. The court yard to the rear gives access to two areas of crew yards, both bordered by several stables and outbuildings. The initial stable block includes a gardener's toilet and pony shower room, opposite is a two-storey brick-built barn with three stables, two of which contain two separate boxes, as well as three large stallion stables. The second and larger crew yard, is bordered by a foaling barn with five boxes and hay loft above, several other stables, as well as well as a larger barn which has been used to hold sheep in the past, but is now ideal for agricultural machinery. Beyond this second crew yard are other areas of paddocks.
NOTE Please note there is a public footpath across a section of the property, giving direct access to the countryside.