Nearly £700,000 seems like a lot of money for a 3-bed house in Hartlepool, but this one is very special. It comes with over 15 acres, some outbuildings, a stable, and a grade II listed windmill.
Hart Mill Farm is an impressive property filled with an abundance of charm and character. The detached Farmhouse, part of which dates back to the 1700s, has been extended in later years creating a unique and spacious family home.
The windmill was subject to a restoration project in 1991 which included the refurbishment on the timber fantail carriage, break wheel, wind shaft, cross and sails.
Hart Windmill is a Grade II Listed local land mark which dates back to 1314, however its current structure is from the early 1800s. It is believed that the Mill was constructed from stone from an historic quarry in the field adjacent to the Mill itself within the boundaries of the property, it has however subsequently been filled.
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Built on one of the highest points in the area, Hart Windmill was used as a navigational guide to ships attempting to make safe entry into Hartlepool harbour.
The reception foyer features the original, highly detailed stained glass windows.
The lounge is a light and airy room courtesy of the impressive curved bay window which has detailed stained glass trim.
Most of the bedrooms are large and have period features. However, redecoration is a must in this large property.
With wood panelling and a large roaring fireplace. This would look like the perfect setting for a murder mystery novel.
The view from the second dinning room offers stunning views over the sea.
The floor plan for the property shows the amount of space and room available.
Hart Mill Farm lies in a wonderful rural location, yet in a stones throw from Hartlepool and the east coast. The property is also a catchment area for an excellent school in Hart Village and good secondary schools nearby.