Period farmhouse on the edge of Brockenhurst

A classic period farmhouse on the edge of Brockenhurst with outbuildings, a swimming pool and stunning views over its park-like grounds has come to the market.

Tile Barn Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse believed to have been built in 1760 as the home farm to Brockenhurst Park.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors and benefits from a wealth of fascinating character. On the ground floor the drawing room, with its large open fireplace, flows through to a further sitting room area, also with a fireplace.

The kitchen/ breakfast room opens out onto the west facing terrace and gardens beyond, with an archway through to the dining room, also with French doors to the terrace.

The study has a range of book shelves and fine views out over the garden, and there is an office at the front of the house offering another reception space.

Three double bedrooms are arranged over the first floor, including the master bedroom suite with an adjacent bathroom and a separate family bathroom. Two further bedrooms are on the second floor, and a useful sixth bedroom on the ground floor with an adjacent bathroom could be an ideal guest suite for elderly relatives.

A range of outbuildings includes a detached home office, a games room which opens out onto a sheltered swimming pool area, stables and tack/feed rooms, manege and a 100’ barn.

The formal gardens lie to the rear of the property and provide a stunning backdrop. In total, the property extends to about 6.3 acres and there is direct access out to the Forest for riding and walking enthusiasts.

Giles Muddle, of Savills Winchester, said: “Tile Barn Farm is a classic period farmhouse with a wealth of character, stunning views and a great range of outbuildings. It is conveniently positioned for…