A rare opportunity to renovate a large house which is believed to have been used as a hunting lodge by the Knights of Malta. Spacious interiors and high ceilings certainly give the impression of a palazzo rather than a farmhouse, although this would have become a farm in later years, as the mangers and pigeon turret clearly indicate.
Structurally sound, but in need of full renovation, this exceptional property could be transformed into a four/ five bedroom house with plenty of room for a swimming pool and a summer kitchen in the rooms at the end of the garden.
Located in a quiet road with little through traffic, the entrance hall leads to a large arched room on the right with high ceilings and another door to the road which could become a window to allow more light. Outside this is another smaller room which could become a kitchen. A car port runs from the road into the garden and another small two-storey building which could be developed into separate accommodation..
A grand stone staircase leads to two further floors with several large rooms all with high ceilings and several smaller rooms to create more bathrooms.