Glinton, near peterborough
For you: a Grade II-listed stone farmhouse, set in 9.7 acres of grounds. Dating back to the
1630s, the house is built from ashlar stone under a slate roof and is surrounded by landscaped gardens. The house is entered through a large reception hall with a feature oak staircase leading to the first level. Period features, such as stone mullion windows, open fireplaces and exposed stonework, have been retained throughout the house. There are four bedrooms on the first floor and two on the second floor.
For the horses: a gate to the side of the house leads to the equestrian facilities, which include eight stables in a block and several open-fronted cart sheds. As well as a large, detached barn and a modern farm building, the grazing land totals 7.9 acres and is divided into a selection of paddocks.
Usp: outside are mature, walled gardens as well as a detached former malt house with open storage set over two floors.
£1.5m Norton Rickett, 01780 782999, nortonrickett.co.uk