The lawns extend to the side and front of the property, and there is an enclosed paddock ideal for a pony or other livestock, that is approximately one acre.

Take a look inside this £800,000 'piece of South Yorkshire paradise' – it’s in a 'beautiful' rural setting and comes with two resident owls

If you’re looking for your own piece of paradise with room for a pony, then you’re in luck as this farm house has just gone on the market – and it even comes with two resident wild owls.

Friday, 6th November 2020, 2:00 pm

Plum Tree Farm on Wormley Hill Lane, Sykehouse, has six bedrooms, utility room, a games room and an office.

It is set in grounds perfect for people who love the outdoors with a barn and workshop, south facing garden, orchard, enclosed paddock and countryside views.

A spokesman from Preston Baker, the firm marketing the property for £800,000, said: “This impressive six-bedroomed family home offers flexible modern living within an idyllic rural setting enjoying stunning countryside views.

"This alluring plot can offer a traditional country lifestyle accompanied with the brilliant option to be able to facilitate business needs.

“The current owners have lived here very happily over 17 years, making many changes to the property.

"They added the large extension which holds office space and the additional living space, in 2012 and have done two full refits of the property to maintain the high-quality finish throughout.

"They have enjoyed lots of the unforgettable experiences from living a country lifestyle at Plum Tree Farm, with visits often from deer and other local wildlife. They have dedicated five years encouraging two beautiful owls to nest in the orchard and barn.

"After a hectic day, this stunning home is their piece of paradise to relax and unwind with their family and three dogs."

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