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Nearest Stations

  • Melton Mowbray Rail Station - 5.2 miles
Mill Farm of Long Clawson stands as a superb testament to the seamless blend of historical elegance and modern luxury. Nestled within the picturesque Vale of Belvoir, this substantial residence not only features an early 19th Century Grade II listed windmill but also offers breathtaking views across the Vale of Belvoir.

The property grounds including stable and office are just shy of 1.2 acres. There is also up to 70.5 acres of adjoining land split into several fields available subject to negotiation.

The meticulous attention to detail by the current owners is evident throughout the property, boasting travertine flooring, bronze casement oak framed windows, and a bespoke oak kitchen crafted by the esteemed cabinet makers Shortland. The incorporation of eco-friendly technologies such as a ground source heat pump, solar thermal and solar PV panels, alongside underfloor heating, ensures a sustainable and comfortable living environment. The property's charm is further enhanced by an oak framed garden room, open fires, and beamed ceilings, with the five-storey windmill, originally used as a corn mill, adding a unique historical element. Completed in 2010, the main house combines classical proportions with a wealth of characterful features.

Additional facilities include a workshop, a bespoke stable block with 5 stables and removable partitions, tack room and separate feed store. A separate office suite with potential for annex accommodation - subject to permissions.

The spacious double garage offers more than just parking space; it is a dream workspace equipped with enough room for racking systems and workbenches, allowing for the maintenance, restoration, and storage of vehicles. Mill Farm house, the heart of its vast land, presents an ideal setting for those with a passion for the great outdoors, be it agriculture or equestrian pursuits. It's ideal location offers easy access to major cities and amenities.
The accommodation includes:

OUTER HALL: Entered via solid oak door with tiled flooring, bronze casement leaded windows with stained glass detailing, original well with observation glass, overhead roof lantern, door to the mill section of the house and door to the main residence.

INNER HALL: Brings you to stairs leading to the first floor landing, a door to the gardens overlooking the beautiful countryside, double doors to a storage closet and stairs to the cellar/utility room.

CELLAR/UTILITY ROOM: Reconstituted stone stairs to the utility room with a range of base level units. Complete with a double ceramic sink, granite work surface and space for a tumble drier and washing machine. A double door enclosed linen closet. A door leading to the plant room which houses the floor mounted ground source heat pump, hot water tank, buffer tank and solar thermal unit. A further door leading to another storage room with a door leading to a room currently used as a wine cellar.

DINING ROOM: A well-proportioned dining room with oak box bay window with storage window seat and double doors opening out onto the mature gardens. There is an open bathstone fireplace, mantel and hearth.

WC: With low flush WC, wall mounted sink, travertine splashback and flooring.

SITTING ROOM: A spacious room with double doors to the garden room, oak bay window with storage window seat, Inglenook fireplace with box seating and York stone hearth, oak framed vaulted ceiling.

GARDEN ROOM: This room offers an abundance of natural light with an overhead roof lantern. Exposed brick walls and double doors leading to the gardens. There is also a chimney flue in situ which can be used to install a log burning stove.

KITCHEN: A bespoke Shortland oak kitchen with granite work surfaces throughout, freestanding island and ample storage space. Neff electric oven, as well as combination oven/microwave above. A freestanding five burner Falcon range oven with gas hob (runs of bottled propane gas) and two electric ovens below and further integrated Neff induction hob. Integrated under counter fridge, dishwasher and bin storage.

REAR LOBBY: with space for American size fridge freezer and door to pantry with four tier shelving and door leading to the gardens.

WC: With low flush WC, ceramic sink, cupboards housing cloakroom space.

STAIRWELL/LANDING: A bespoke oak staircase with doors to bedrooms.

PRINCIPAL BEDROOM & ENSUITE: A spacious double bedroom offering breath taking views from double doors opening to Juliette balcony. Dual aspect windows, door to dressing room with oak mirror fronted wardrobes and door to ensuite comprising of a four-piece suite with low flush WC, jack and jill sink, vanity unit, large shower enclosure with mixer shower, heated towel rail, large bath, travertine wall tiling.

BEDROOM TWO & ENSUITE: A spacious double with dual aspect windows, door to eaves storage and further area with wardrobe storage and ensuite comprising of large shower enclosure and mixer shower, low flush WC, chrome wall mounted towel rail, ceramic sink in vanity unit, travertine tiled wall and slate ceramic flooring.

GRADE II LISTED MILL: The mill comprises of 5 separate floors. The windows are of iron frame construction with double glazed secondary mahogany glazing. The walls are all exposed brickwork with lime pointing, there are beautiful, exposed beam ceilings and solid wood flooring throughout the mill which also offers stunning views over the surrounding countryside.

GROUND FLOOR: Currently used as office space but could be used as the sitting room for the Mill. Tiled flooring with under floor heating, oak door to garden.

FIRST FLOOR: A spacious sitting room with electric storage heater, large timber double glazed window. This room could also be used as an additional bedroom.

SECOND FLOOR: A double bedroom with electric storage heater.

THIRD FLOOR: Converted into a bathroom with low flush WC, vanity unit with sink, beamed ceilings, shower enclosure with electric shower and electric storage heater.

FOURTH & FIFTH FLOOR: The top two floors of the mill are used as storerooms with access via a drop-down loft ladder with electric storage heater.

GROUNDS: The property is accessed via an adopted road and private driveway offering extensive parking for several vehicles and a turning circle, there is a pond and pathway leading to the substantial mature gardens which wrap around the property. The rear garden is laid to lawn with patio area. A ha-ha separates the lawn and adjacent field. The remainder is enclosed by mature hedging and gated access to further grazing fields. A kitchen garden is also located within the grounds with a brick-built garden store comprising of two individual rooms with UPVC windows and two sets of double doors with light and power connected and loft storage above. There is also a lean-to green house, cold frame and hen run, now used as a kitchen garden. The garden is well planted with various mature trees to include espalier pear and apple, mulberry, fig, beech, walnut, hazelnut, oak, chestnut, Canadian maple and a wildflower garden. There is also a pergola with mature roses and vines with steps leading down to the courtyard with access to:

WORKSHOP/AGRICULTURAL BARN: A spacious brick-built barn half Yorkshire boarded, screeded floor with drainage, sliding door and double doors to far end and power and light, this barn could be adapted to accommodate additional stabling. Located off the main entrance to the farm there is a gate proving direct access into the courtyard and land.

DOUBLE GARAGE: Two independent electric doors opening to a spacious double garage with ample room with racking and work benches, power and light connected. There is also a lockable store for tools.

STABLE BLOCK: A purpose built stable block with 5 good sized stables with removable partitions, feed room to one end with outside access to bring in hay etc. At the other end there is a tack room with sink and inverter, for the solar PV, and storage loft over tack room.

OUTSIDE WC: With low flush WC and wash-hand basin.

OFFICE: A spacious home office located on the first floor. Accessed via a stairwell with door to kitchen There is a toilet with WC, wash-hand basin and potential space for the installation of a shower. Main office has power and light connected. The office could be adapted to be a self-contained one-bedroom apartment/annex for additional family members, subject to the necessary permissions. The house and yard are covered by a CCTV system which comprises of 7 cameras, offering peace of mind. This system can be monitored remotely if required.

LAND: The land adjoins the property totaling approx. 70 acres made up of 10 parcels of land.
The grazing land has a water supply and there is also a legal public right of way over certain fields. Circa 65 acres of the land is currently rented on a grazing license until the 15th of November 2024 at which point the license will expire.

The property has links to Nottingham, Leicester and the A46. Nottingham lies 15 miles northwest, Leicester 19 miles southwest, Loughborough 14 miles southwest and Grantham 16 miles to the east, meaning London Kings Cross Station is no more than 90 minutes away. Long Clawson is a thriving village situated just 6 miles north of the market town of Melton Mowbray where you will find amenities such as: cafe/coffee shop, village store, surgery, pharmacy, hairdresser, public house, primary school and churches.

Services : Private drainage via water treatment plant, mains water and electric. Propane gas for supply to oven hob.

Council Tax : Melton Borough Council : Band G.

EPC : Rating D.

Land : The grazing land has a water supply and there is also a legal public right of way over certain fields. Circa 65 acres of the land is currently rented on a grazing license until the 15th November 2024 at which point the license will expire.

We produce property particulars in good faith and believe them to be correct. We generally rely on what we are told without obtaining proof. You should verify for yourself such information before entering into a contract to take this property. Neither Shouler & Son nor their clients guarantee accuracy of the particulars, and they are not intended to form any part of a contract. No person in the employment of Shouler & Son has authority to give any representation or warranty in respect of this property.
Property Ref: 18908362

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