One of the best property investments: Higham

PUBLISHED: 01:16 28 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:12 20 February 2013

One of the best property investments: Higham

One of the best property investments: Higham

Mill House is a Grade II listed building built by Sir Richard Head in 1760 and originally included Higham windmill, a granary and a cottage.

Higham - 550,000


Mill House is a Grade II listed building built by Sir Richard Head in 1760 and originally included Higham windmill, a granary and a cottage.


The wood-floored reception hall leads to a formal dining room with an open fire and beamed ceiling, a large lounge with double-aspect sash windows and a country-style kitchen-breakfast room with a Belfast sink, Aga and even a built-in bookcase. From the kitchen theres access to
the utility room, and theres a wet room and lean-to conservatory.


Upstairs are four double bedrooms and family bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath and separate shower cubicle.


The gardens are laid extensively to lawn, with a large patio area and good views of the surrounding countryside.


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