Maison Farm, DT2
Nestled in the heart of a Dorset valley, Maison Farm is centred around its striking 1700s farmhouse, thought to be built by a french man, with an array of derelict and working old stone buildings surrounding it.
Expansive views, rivers, cattle and even a fully-fledged shooting range are also on offer at Maison Farm.
- 1700s farmhouse, reminiscent of a Maison de Maitre and built by a french man
- Additional house “the Old Dairy” accessed via a bridge with river running under
- Cluster of derelict original stone barns: granary, large barn, old parlour, animal stalls, underground cellar
- 70 acres of valley fields, all pasture
- Shooting range, complete with huge historic gates
- Small herd of cattle
Facilities at Maison Farm
The farm is in a quiet spot, accessed via a no-through road. There’s plenty of parking and the shooting range club house is available as a crew facility, including loos, showers and kitchen.
Getting to the Farm
By car or train, allow for 3 hours’ travel time from London. The owner can offer overnight accommodation in 3 cottages, 30 minutes drive from the farm.