Hoggeston, Buckingham, MK18 3LQ

£1,695,000 Fixed Price
  • Ref: CAE220010
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Parking: Single Garage
  • Outside Space: South Facing Garden
  • Council Tax Band: G
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Property Features

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Property Summary

Roseberry Farm is a substantial Grade 2 listed country house situated in the pretty village of Hoggeston enjoying open countryside views. The house has generous accommodation of 3300 sq ft, an open barn , garage/workshop and gated off street parking.

Full Details

Roseberry Farm is a double fronted L-shaped house full of character features such as exposed beams and fireplaces and is situated in the picturesque village of Hoggeston. The rural setting with open views and neighbouring farms make this an idyllic country residence. The accommodation has five bedrooms of which three are in the oldest part of the house at the front and two are above the kitchen in the converted stables and are accessed by a separate staircase. There are currently five reception rooms- a snug, a den and a cosy sitting room and the remaining two offer flexibility as to their usage. There is the possibility of a self-contained annexe of two rooms as there is a separate entrance or they could be used as a large home office space.
There are three entrances to the main house which are the front door and two side doors. The day to day entrance is into the boot roomfrom the driveway.

Kitchen Breakfast Room
This is a classic farmhouse kitchen with views to the fields of sheep at the end of the garden.
The units are hand built shaker style with ample storage of multiple drawers and pull out larder units. There are extra deep work surfaces of panna fragola granite, a Lacanche range cooker that has electric ovens and a calor gas five ring on top . The island has a built in warming drawer.
Fisher and Paykel double door fridge with freezer drawer, cool water dispenser and ice maker.
The floor is limestone and the staircase is open leading up to the first floor.
Utility Room
This contains useful storage space as well as a sink and worksurface. There is plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a large double cupboard houses a hot water tank and shelving for airing . The air sourced heat pumps which heat the water are positioned outside the house.

Den Room
This has in built storage and book shelves and is a family tv room

Inner hallway
This is the oldest part of the house and leads onto three reception rooms as well as the main staircase to the first floor. There is a large understairs coats cupboard and a stable back door. Door to a downstairs cloakroom.

Reception Rooms
There are two lovely country style sitting rooms with Victorian bay windows, a log burner and fireplace. The remaining two reception rooms offer a blank canvas for an incoming occupier to develop according to their preference but could offer a self-contained option or just further family living areas.

First Floor
In the main part of the house there are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and the master ensuite. Above the kitchen via a separate staircase there is an additional double bedroom, single bedroom and family bathroom.

To the right of the front of the house there are double wooden gates leading to gravel off street parking. The existing workshop is a single garage and could be used as such. There is a courtyard area in the L-shape of the house with seating and beyond the lawn stretches to the boundary fence with views of the fields beyond. There are established flower borders and the garden area forms a U-shape around the open barn which could be used as a covered outside entertaining area.