The Calving Parlour is a significantly newly built property in this delightful hamlet setting. Internally, the property provides 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and enjoys an outlook over the fields beyond its own private gardens. This property provides the perfect lock up and leave.
Tigbourne Farm comprises the redevelopment of a 14th Century farmhouse and three 16th to 18th Century barns as well as three early 20th Century dairy barns.
All barns have high floor to ceiling heights some reaching over 6 metres. Our client has meticulously undertaken the work, both internally and externally, even to the degree of some beautifully built bargate stone walls, strategic outside cathedral floor lighting and copper roof coverings and cast iron guttering. The ancient barns now feature exposed original timbers, many high ceilings, oak and York stone floors, in addition to oak doors and windows. Each property has its own bespoke kitchen and is complemented by beautifully finished bathrooms and shower rooms. The early 20th Century Calving and Milking Parlours have been carefully built focused around the extensive oak structure with their vaulted ceilings in the reception rooms and a wonderful outlook to the south across farmland. Some properties have their own garage, whilst others have a substantial store.
Tigbourne Farm is situated on the northern side of Chiddingfold within 0.6 miles of Witley Station. Witley Village offers the nearest day to day facilities including its general stores and two public houses. The picturesque village centre of Chiddingfold is within 1.8 miles, based around a village green having a range of shops including a post office, general stores, traditional butcher and three public houses. The village benefits from a well-regarded primary school as well as an active community centre with a village hall, doctor’s surgery and various sports clubs.
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