A substantial and well presented Grade II listed village house with attractive gardens
The White House is an attractive, substantial Grade II listed village house dating in part from the 18th century with later additions and set within well established mature gardens which extend to over 0.40 of an acre.
This lovely home retains a wealth of charm and character with exposed timbers and beams, high ceilings to the majority of rooms, exposed quarry tiled flooring to the dining room and fireplaces to the sitting and dining rooms, the latter with wood burning stove.
Ground floor accommodation comprises four reception rooms including a most impressive sitting room which is open to a formal dining room, a light and airy family room with oak flooring and door to the garden, a further dining room and a study. The kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of shaker-style cupboards complemented by granite work surfaces and various appliances. There is a utility cupboard with space for white goods and brick steps lead down to a useful cellar housing the boiler.
Over the first floor are four double bedrooms, all with wardrobe cupboards, a flexible dressing room with fitted cupboards and three well appointed bath/shower rooms, one being en suite.
The White House is approached via a sloping drive with parking for a number of cars and access to the double garage with power and light connected and rafter storage.
The property is elevated and well screened from the road by mature evergreen hedging with the attractive gardens surrounding the house and extending away to the rear with mixed hedging and a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees.
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Lovely listed home with excellent entertaining spaceDavid Sercombe