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A charming period farmhouse, thought to date from around the 1530's standing in a plot of 2/3 acre (subject to survey) with a wealth of character and quirkiness! We understand the property has an unusual queen post roof, but it not currently visible. The accommodation includes four bedrooms, reception hall, dining room and living room, kitchen/breakfast room, master en-suite and family bathroom. With a detached double garage and ample parking.
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With 17c brick floor, exposed beams, half glazed door to the rear garden, doors to kitchen/breakfast room and dining room. There is a half cellar accessed from the hall.
A magnificent room, possibly the oldest part of the house, with exposed beams and windows to front and rear. A focal point being the open brick fireplace with bressumer beam over and multi fuel stove installed. A staircase rises to the first floor from here and an inner hallway leads to the living room.
Another superb room with exposed beams with windows providing views over the grounds. Also with brick fireplace an multi-fuel stove. To one side is an open stud partition which in turn leads to a store room
With oil fired Aga set in an exposed brick chimney breast, a range of fitted units. There is a deep, shelved pantry and door leading to the garden.
Quirky, entered via a few steps up from the hallway, with panel bath with shower over, WC and hand basin, with window overlooking the garden and fields beyond.
Accessed via the staircase rising from the kitchen, a spectacular double bedroom that leads on to the en-suite bathroom, which is unusually large, with bath, WC and hand wash basin.
With plumbing for washing machine. Tumble dryer and dishwasher, with pamment floor and cupboard housing the oil fired boiler.
From the stairs in the dining room you arrive at a landing with doors to bedrooms 2,3 and 4. Bedroom 2 is a lovely double with exposed timbers including roof plate and wall posts. There are built in wardrobes.
Another double bedroom with two built in wardrobes and outlook over the garden and grounds.
Again a good sized double, with exposed timbers, loft access and a partly vaulted ceiling
A long drive from the road leads to White House Farm which has its own drive leading to the double garage, The gardens extend away from the rear of the house in a westerly direction. Most of the ground is laid to lawn. There is a copse of Cherry and other fruit trees. To the southern end of the house are shrubberies and an interesting old brick and flint wall. The front garden is lawn.
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