The property comprises of over 30 rooms that can be utilised in many different ways. Many of the rooms have original fireplaces, high skirtings and ornate cornicing. A majority of the flooring and walls in the property appear to be solid and stable, and most of the original features are still in place. The grand staircase in the middle of the property extends to the full height of the property, with a large skylight above, letting in masses of light. The house needs full restoration throughout, and would benefit with new heating, electrical works and services. One renovated, Midgard will make a stunning family home.
Located to the side of the house, there's a large detached L shaped garage, and workshop, with further utility rooms and stabling.
Large iron gates welcome visitors to the property. The driveway leads to the house, and sweeps round the front of the property, and returns back to the entrance. Garden grounds are located to the front, side and back of the house.
THE ESTATE GROUNDS
The house sits in approx 8 acres of land, which is a mix of garden, woodland and grazing ground. A further 9 acre field currently used for grazing, is located adjacent to the entrance road to the property
The property has mains electricity, and drainage was previously serviced by septic tank. The water supply was provided by a private water spring, although houses in the surrounding area are now supplied with mains water. An oil tank previously supplied the central heating.
The property requires full restoration and is being sold in its present condition and no warranty will be given to any purchaser with regard to the existence or condition of the services or any heating or other system within the property.