Hay Farm House is a splendid Grade II Listed house, which dates originally from the 16th century, with later additions. The property has striking terracotta-coloured elevations with exposed timbers, while inside there's almost 4,000 square feet of accommodation, displaying a wealth of period character throughout.The ground floor has a welcoming reception hall with tile flooring, exposed timber beams and a cast-iron stove, while doors lead to the main ground floor reception rooms. The impressive, 21ft sitting room has wooden floorboards, a grand inglenook fireplace and two window seats looking out across the rear garden. There's also a wood-panelled formal dining room, also with a large fireplace, as well as a study and a conservatory, with attractive stained-glass, leaded windows. The kitchen and dining area has wooden units, a central butcher's block island with an integrated hob and extractor fan, an Aga and space for a breakfast table for informal dining.The first floor has four double bedrooms, accessed via two separate staircases, as well as two large family bathrooms, both of which have dual washbasins, roll-top bathtubs, and separate shower units. The second floor has a further two double bedrooms, as well as a further bathroom.This property has 1.2 acres of land.OutsideThe property has a gravel driveway at the front, providing extensive parking and access to the detached triple garaging block. There are two further outbuildings - the study and the barn, which provides more than 500 square feet of storage or workshop space. The house has an attractive garden to the rear, which includes areas of lawn, paved terracing, colourful and well-maintained border flowerbeds, various shrubs, and established trees. There's also a vegetable garden and two peaceful, secluded ponds.