A charming Grade II listed Georgian village home with a rural outlook to the rear and secondary accommodation...
White House is a charming Grade II listed village home of mixed ages dating from 1550s with later additions situated in an elevated position in the centre of this popular village. The house offers well-presented and proportioned accommodation retaining many period features complimented with modern embellishments including a bespoke kitchen, multi paned sash windows, exposed floorboards and attractive fireplaces. Of particular note is the impressive orangery which was added in 2011 together with the annexe within the garage created in 2006. Also of note are the delightful gardens which surround the house and have an open outlook to the rear over adjoining farmland.
The principal reception rooms provide excellent areas for both formal entertaining and family living. The spacious double aspect drawing room has an open fireplace and double doors leading to the orangery which has an impressive vaulted ceiling and direct access to the garden. The dining room has a charming outlook to the front, a fireplace with fitted cupboards to either side and open studwork to the kitchen/breakfast room.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of bespoke wall and base cupboards by Woodwork with a matching island unit providing a breakfast bar, and integral appliances including an electric Aga.
There is an adjoining boot room with space for appliances, storage cupboards and a cloakroom.
The well-proportioned study has an outlook over the front garden, a bank of fitted bookshelves and access to a space attic.
The cellar is accessed from the drawing room and provides excellent storage and a wine cellar.
Arranged over the first floor are five double bedrooms, all with an attractive outlook over the gardens and beyond. One is served by an en suite shower room and four have fitted wardrobes.
The well-appointed family bathroom with separate shower cubicle completes the accommodation.
The detached garage and annexe comprises double doors to the garage with power and lighting connected. To one side is a pedestrian door to a kitchenette area which leads to a shower room. Arranged over the first floor is a spacious studio room providing living and sleeping space.
To the front of the property is a charming cottage garden with a lawn flanked by well stocked beds and borders enclosed by an established evergreen hedge providing privacy. A drive leads to a parking area and the garage.
The rear garden features an area of formal lawn by the house with well stocked raised beds. By the annexe is a terrace with a timber arbour and climbing planting providing an excellent area for al fresco entertaining. The lawns continue across the garden and to one side is a vegetable garden with a number of raised beds and to the other side a fence enclosed compost area. The rear boundary has a post and rail fence with open views to the adjoining farmland of Hall Place. In total the area amounts to about 0.54 of an acre.
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I think this is such a pretty village home and has a surprising outlook to the rear, delightful!Richard Smith