A handsome Georgian village house with a comfortable atmosphere in the centre of the village.
With 17th century origins and 18th century additions, The Whitehouse is a charming and well-presented family home. Lime rendered, with a predominantly clay tiled roof, great care has been taken to renovate the house in a sympathetic and considered style, preserving a host of original features.
From the entrance hall, the elegant, dual-aspect drawing room has an open fire, oak floorboards and French doors on to the secluded terrace, the south-facing sash window benefits from original shutters. A cosy sitting room, with a woodburning stove and oak floorboards, is also south-facing, with original window shutters. A light-filled rear hall is glazed along one wall, with French doors on to the terrace. It leads through to a large kitchen/breakfast room with flagstones to one end and oak floorboards to the other. With bespoke, hand-made, wooden cupboards, it has quartz worktops, a butlers sink, a walk-in larder and an Aga. The dining end of the room has a fireplace. A useful boot room, with flagstone floor and door to the garden, provides access to a shower room and a dual-aspect studio, with French doors on to the garden.
Upstairs, there are four well-proportioned double bedrooms, a stylish family bathroom and a separate shower room.
The house sits in the centre of the small village of Netherhampton. The pretty garden is private and mainly laid to lawn. It runs down to far-reaching views over the water meadows and countryside beyond. The lawn is bordered with both mature and young trees and shrubs, including Clematis, Bay, Hazel, Winter Jasmine, Magnolia, Plum and Apple trees. There are two areas of terrace, positioned to catch the sun at different times of the day, bordered with Twisted Hazel, Amelanchier and an abundance of Roses
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The Whitehouse is an attractive and comfortable family home with a delightful kitchen and breakfast room with an Aga.Paul Cadge