16th Century Farm in Buckinghamshire, England

Listing Description

"An Extraordinary opportunity to purchase Dean Farm, a Chiltern Farmstead of great historical importance dating from the 16th Century with close links to William Penn. The Farmstead comprises of Grade II Listed Country House with additional cottages, substantial Tithe Barn and Granary also Grade II listed, outbuildings, formal gardens, orchard area and paddocks set in approx. 10 acres of which approx. 5 acres go with the Farm and additional approximate 5 acres are leased until 2064. The Farm offers great potential and is now in need of restoration

Dean Farm occupies an enviable position in the semi- rural location of Jordans with its own station to London Marylebone and ideally located for the M40, major Road networks and airports. Footpaths and bridle paths cross through Jordans and the surrounding countryside adding to the experience of country living. The area is especially well renown for both private and state schooling and is within a short drive of the bustling and thriving Town of Beaconsfield and only 28 miles from Central London.

The Farmhouse – Grade II Listed- Medieval Hall, 3 further reception rooms, Kitchen/breakfast room, utility /boot room,5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. With Crown Rose Roof, part vault ceilings, original fireplaces, wooden beams throughout and tile hung elevations under a clay tiled roof.

Annex Wing - 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room. Dean farm Cottage- Sitting Dining room, kitchen,2 bedrooms, bathroom Summer House - Sitting/bedroom, kitchen, shower room Tithe Barn-Garde II Listed- Timber framed with weather boarding under a clay tiled roof and Queen Post Trusses. There are nine bays still with a threshing floor of great beech planks and a knee-high threshold. Integral double garage. This is a magnificent building which would make an impressive conversion subject to usual consents. The Granary – Grade II Listed Gardener Studio"

OHDO Notes

Location: Long Bottom Lane, Jordans, Buckinghamshire. At the time of this post, a guide price of £3,500,000 ($4,512,840 USD). For more information on this property contact Ashington Page .

Additional info: Rightmove.co.uk
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    Barbara Kahl

    Wow, I would love to revitalize that barn and raise my sheep here! Gorgeous stone fireplace in the sitting room, and I love the Dutch door! Interesting the way the wall was opened to the kitchen.

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    leighlev

    What a fantastically cozy rustic house. I was expecting the interior to be a little bit grander, but love it none the less. I could spend the rest of my life gardening here and be perfectly happy.

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