Set in over 4 hectares of grounds, this former school building represents a fantastic development opportunity.
Built at the time of the First World War, the buildings were originally designed for agricultural use. During the 1980s they underwent considerable renovations and were converted for residential use. (Both a loft and an apartment for domestic staff are also available).
In 2004, further building works were carried out and the building was converted for use as a school. It had an annual intake of between 40 -50 primary-school-age children up to the age of 12. (Nine classrooms – nine bathrooms – two libraries – kitchens and other rooms)
These conversion and renovation works are outstanding in that they have been sympathetically carried out, preserving the historic character of the building. The property was initially completely renovated in 1980, with further work to the bathrooms in 1985. The installation of modernised heating and water systems in 2012 has ensured the buildings have been kept up-to-date.
Other than the updating work required for the windows and interior decor, the buildings themselves are in very good condition thanks to the work done on them over time.
The surrounding grounds include a magnificent south-facing garden, several playing fields on the north-facing side, including a football pitch, two official-size tennis courts as well as a woodland area at the entrance to the site, making for a fantastic overall property.