- Large Grade II Listed detached farm house and various buildings, dating from the 18th and 19th Century
- Standing in grounds and paddocks totalling approx. 4.3 acres.
- 5 reception rooms, 7/8 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms.
- Barns, stables, cow sheds, workshop and various other outbuildings
- Extensive vehicle yard with hardstanding and grass paddocks adjoining the River Soar.
Large Grade II Listed detached farm house and various buildings, dating from the 18th and 19th Century, standing in grounds and paddocks totalling approx. 4.3 acres.
5 reception rooms, 7/8 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms.
Barns, stables, cow sheds, workshop and various other outbuildings, extensive vehicle yard with hardstanding and grass paddocks adjoining the River Soar.
Hall Farm is situated in the small Hamlet of Cotes and stands on the banks or the River Soar a short distance from Loughborough. Cotes Bridge is a main crossing point of the Soar and carries the A60 from Loughborough to Nottingham. There is the medieval village of Cotes, part of which is within the grounds of Hall Farm, which is believed to have been abandoned during the plague.
The property is Grade II Listed and parts date back to the 18th Century and offers very generous living space with 5 reception rooms, 7/8 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms amongst the accommodation. The property has gas fired central heating and sealed unit double glazed windows. There is a farmyard with a good variety of brick buildings set around a Crew Yard, including a barn, cow sheds, stables, feed store, implement stores, former pig sty’s and large brick workshop, along with various other outbuildings. To the side and rear of the Farm Yard is an extensive hardstanding yard, once used for a transport business, with security gated access onto Stanford Lane. To the rear of this area is a large vehicle shed and a ‘Round Penn’, gates then access the paddock land which borders the River Soar and the Main Road.
The property itself could easily be split into 2 dwellings, with appropriate permissions, we have not investigated the development potential of the site and anyone considering this should investigate thoroughly due to factors such as the listed status of the property, the medieval village and planning policy for the Hamlet. AN OVERAGE WILL BE APPLIED FOR ANY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE BUILDINGS OR LAND.
ENTRANCE HALL with front door and alcove.
DINING ROOM with window to front, fireplace and open fire, door to rear hall and arch to:-
KITCHEN with window to rear, fitted base and wall units, worktops, inset textured sink, duel fuel cooker, tiled floor.
REAR HALL with door and window to the side leading to the garden, stone floor, store cupboard, staircase to first floor.
SITTING ROOM with window to front and French Door to rear, brick fireplace and display area, built in cupboard and display area to alcove.
INNER HALL with window to rear, door to lobby and steps to CELLAR 1, STORE AREA AND CELLAR 2. Stairs to first floor
DINING/SITTING ROOM with windows to both sides, quarry tiled floor, beams, brick fireplace with log burning stove, door to Utility room and Study.
STUDY with 2 side windows, beams and built in cupboards.
UTILITY ROOM with door and window to side, Inglenook, fitted units, worktops and sink, door to:-
BOOT ROOM with door to side and tiled floor.
BATHROOM with window to side, w.c, wash basin and bath with electric shower over.
SNUG with windows to side and rear, beams and back stair case to first floor.
LANDING with store cupboard.
BEDROOM with window to rear and fitted wardrobes.
BEDROOM with window to front and fitted wardrobes.
BEDROOM with windows to front & rear, original fire grate with surround and shelved alcove, beams, store cupboard, door to:-
DRESSING ROOM with window to side, door and steps to:-
½ LANDING with SEPARATE W.C. with w.c and window.
BATHROOM with window to front, vanity unit and wash basin, corner bath, shower cubicle.
BEDROOM with window to side, beams, door & steps up to:-
BEDROOM/STORE with window to front.
BEDROOM with window to side and door to:-
BATHROOM with windows to either side, w.c., wash basin, bath and shower cubicle, doo to:-
BEDROOM with 2 windows to side, built in wardrobes.
REAR LANDING with stair down to Snug, door to:-
BEDROOM with window to side, built in cupboard
OUTSIDE there are formal gardens to front, side and rear with private patio, lawns, pond, rockery and flower/shrub beds, BOILER ROOM, TACK ROOM AND W.C. Tall gates give access to the central farm yard and crew yard with a variety of building including barn, cow sheds, stable, feed store, former pig sty’, workshop and other buildings. Substantial hard standing area formerly used by a transport company (a neighbouring property on Loughborough road has a right of way to their parking space), to the rear of this area is a large vehicle shed/barn and ‘Round Penn’. Grass paddocks then lead to the River Soar and front the main road. The total site area is approx. 4.3 acres.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with Shouler & Son, Wilton Lodge, 1 Wilton Road, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 0UJ. Tel:- (01664) 410166
TENURE: Freehold, vacant possession upon completion.
COUNCIL TAX: Charnwood Borough Council (01509) 634563.
VALUATIONS: If you are considering selling, we would be happy to advise of the value of your property with no obligation.
DIRECTIONS: From Loughborough take the A60 Nottingham Road out of the town, passing by the Railway Station and ‘Brush’ and continue towards Cotes. After crossing the River Soar bear left and then turn left into Stanford Lane, Hall Farm will be found on the left hand side.
"Thank you to the whole team at Shoulers who provided an exceptional service, we could not be more satisfied with the outcome. In particular our main point of contact, Helen Montague. Her professionalism, knowledge and understanding made the sale of our property an easy process for us from beginning to end."