Superbly presented farmhouse in a quiet setting
White House Farm is believed to date back to the 15th Century with 17th and 18th Century additions and is constructed of timber frame with rendered elevations under pitched pegtiled and pantiled roofs. The house is Grade II Listed of special architectural or historical interest and internally displays numerous period features including exposed timbers, open fireplaces, parquet floors and carved doors. The accommodation is beautifully presented with particularly light and well proportioned rooms and good ceiling heights. The kitchen is well fitted with a comprehensive range of shaker style units, granite work surfaces, a 4 oven Aga and the room opens through to a garden room with bi-fold doors opening out to the terrace and garden. The current owners have refurbished the property and it is now beautifully presented throughout.
There is a range of useful outbuildings to one side of the house including a home office and the gardens are well planted with an array of specimen trees. The paddocks around the gardens are well hedged and have a stable block with two stables and tack room/feed store.
White House Farm is approached through a gated entrance and onto a wide gravel parking sweep fronting the eastern elevation of the house. The drive sweeps around to a double cart lodge with further parking. The lawned gardens surround the house interspersed by a number of specimen trees and shrubs. A path leads up to the stable block which again has been refurbished and re-roofed which serves the fenced and hedged paddocks that surround the gardens.
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This is a really special farmhouse, beautifully presented and thoroughly refurbished combining period character with contemporary flair.Peter Ogilvie