White House Farm is a superb period farmhouse with versatile brick outbuildings, set in about seven acres of gardens and paddocks
Dating back to the 16th century with later Georgian additions, White House Farm is a superb detached farm house offering a great deal of space and potential, with attractive outbuildings to one side, extensive gardens and paddocks beyond totaling about seven acres.
Formerly run as a bed and breakfast the property has an practical, spacious layout extending to just over 2,800 square feet. Full of charm and character, the property is characterised by high ceilings, wooden beams and period features. There is a particularly sizeable kitchen with fitted units, Aga and space for a central dining table with dual aspect windows creating a light and pleasant space. A door opens to the adjoining utility room which also has fitted units and plenty of storage space.
The dining room and family room are of similar proportions and both enjoy large bay windows, the adjoining sitting room provides the ideal space to relax on an evening with triple windows and a welcoming log burner.
In addition there is also a useful boot room to the rear of the property and a WC.
The first floor houses three impressive bedrooms, most notable the principal bedroom suite with a generous dressing room and en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three have their own en suite bathrooms with each room enjoying their own countryside views.
The property has the benefit of a large driveway providing parking for several cars, an open carport and a range a outbuildings currently serving as stores and workspaces, which have scope to be developed into annexed accommodation, subject to planning.
The garden sits to the south and west of the property, with large lawned areas flanked by mature, well planted boarders and high hedging. Beyond is a large fenced paddock currently used for grazing, supported by a freestanding timber stable block.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
I was charmed by this lovely farm house, it has so much to offer any buyer and it is clear that the property has been a well loved home.Ed StoyleProperty agent