A character Grade II listed house standing in its own gardens and grounds of just under 10 acres in a unique location on the edge of this popular village.
Church Farm House is a well-presented house in the small village of Ibberton in North Dorset.
It is situated at the end of a lane with the village church adjoining its grounds.
It has three paddocks, woodland, large outbuilding with stabling and a swimming pool.
The local authority have confirmed in writing that the outbuilding can be converted to provide annexe accommodation if required.
In all about 10 acres set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it offers total peace and quiet.
The house is Grade II listed and is believed to date from the 17th and 18th century.
The main part is built of stone, brick and flint under a thatched roof with a 19th century addition built of brick under a clay peg-tiled roof.
The entrance hall has a flagstone floor, a cloakroom off it and a small old pine enclosed staircase leading to the bedrooms.
The kitchen/diner is off the hall to the right with a terracotta tile floor, Aga, utility room and walk-in larder.
A large old elm door opens onto the garden.
The garden room opens from the hall and is double-glazed under a clay peg-tiled roof with a view across the garden and the church.
Off the entrance hall to the left is the snug which is the original 17th century part of the house.
It has a large inglenook fireplace with an inset seat and bread oven.
Next to that is a dining room which is a good size for entertaining and at the end of the house is the sitting room which has a large old stone-corniced fireplace with a carved oak lintel.
The main staircase to the four bedrooms and two bathrooms is at this end of the house.
The property has superfast broadband