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Pheasants Hatch is a stunning property with a wealth of history and attractive period features, such as large inglenook fireplaces and oak beams. The property benefits from not being listed and is believed to date back to circa 1580. Over time the property has been sympathetically extended to create a large five bedroom family home with a plethora of living and entertaining space for each member to enjoy. The plot is generous in size at 4 acres and has been thoughtfully designed to create a stunning landscape of interesting areas for entertaining, relaxing and working.
A sweeping driveway leads you to the front of the house providing ample parking for several cars along with a double garage with attached gym. A lined walkway of silver birch trees leads you to two substantial outbuildings; one is a large studio with feature full height and width glass windows both at the front and rear, vaulted ceilings, log burner electricity and water. The office, a smaller cosier building, has glass doors allowing plenty of natural light, electricity, wifi and water.
The gardens are divided into many different areas for enjoyment but the sunken garden is a particular feature. With central pond and water fountain, open fronted summer house with feature working fireplace, lighting and large decked area providing a superb setting for alfresco entertaining. From here a meandering path takes you down to the furthest field where the log cabin is situated, a wonderful set up for entertaining, relaxing or childrens parties. There are many stunning specimen trees within the grounds with a feature Mulberry Tree as you approach the house, Lime trees, Silver Birches an orchard of apples and pears and a productive Fig tree by the garage.
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