Have a look at this idyllic, £1.15m Upton Country Park farmhouse with an old mill dating back to 1086
A former mill on the edge of Upton Country Park that was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and its attached farmhouse is on the market for £1.15 million
Upton Mill has a rich history with links to William the Conqueror before changing ownership several times throughout the centuries, according to the Rightmove listing.
Planning consent was granted in 2001 for the change of use of the mill to further living accommodation alongside the five-bedroom farmhouse at the end of Upton Lane but has since lapsed.
The house includes a sitting room, study, breakfast room and dining room, as well as a 'good-sized' kitchen with an oil-fired Aga and separate electric module and a door to the utility room and cloakroom/shower room.
On the first floor is the main bedroom with refitted ensuite, two further bedrooms and a refitted family bathroom.
While the second floor has two further double bedrooms and a shower room, with access through to the old mill.
The plot sits in 5.3 acres of gardens and paddocks, including a mill race that leads to a pond, stables, an orchard and ample parking.
Upton Mill is being sold by Jackson-Stops Northampton and went on Rightmove yesterday (Friday, April 16).