An opportunity to acquire this exceptional grade II listed detached farmhouse. This unique property was built in the late 15th century with the land being traced back to 1397 it offers substantial accommodation with traditional period features along with modern inclusions. The ground floor comprises entrance lobby with solid hardwood flooring with access to a sizeable drawing room with an exposed wooden beam ceiling and open fireplace, a dining room with oak paneling and a custom built kitchen. Completing this floor is a library, a utility area, utility room, a guest cloakroom and garden store room.
This floor further benefits from underfloor heating to the hall, dining room and kitchen. To the first floor the property boasts a deluxe master suite complete with a store room and modern tiled en-suite, a further impressive five bedrooms (one features a dressing room), a study and two luxury family bathrooms. The expansive landscaped grounds have been beautifully maintained and manicured by the current owner and offer a large lawn, well-stocked flower beds and mature trees providing a tranquil and secluded setting. The garden also features step into a terrace area and a wood store. Finally completing this stunning home is ample off street parking.
Church Farm is located in the heart of the Village in one of Pinner’s most exclusive and private locations, just moments from both Pinner's amenities. Pinner offers a variety of boutique shops, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. Transport facilities include local bus links and the Metropolitan Line at Pinner tube station, with the Overground at Hatch End rail station. Both lines provide a fast and frequent service into the heart of Central London and beyond. The area is well served for primary and secondary schooling, children’s parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
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