This beautiful property is a historic medieval stone manor house set in a quiet and tranquil location in Hinxworth approached via a long drive surrounded by open countryside on all sides.
As well as the house there is a large weather-boarded barn, believed to be late 16th century and a contemporary sculpture studio in the 3.5 acre grounds. The sculptor John W Mills has many of his works displayed in the grounds and dotted around the lake.
The house is of clunch construction under a tiled roof with stone mullion windows, gothic arched doorways, brick floors, beams and a large inglenook chimney place in the principle room. One of the bedrooms has a well preserved 15th century wall mural and there is evidence of early graffiti scratched into the walls throughout the house.
The overall size is unknown but there are 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Within M25: No
Authority: North Hertfordshire
Number of bedrooms: 5
Number of bathrooms: 3
Nearest station: Baldock / Biggleswade