The front of the property is approached via a carriage driveway with two sets of wrought iron electric gates.
The front door gives way to a central hall from which most of the ground floor rooms can be found. The main living room, along with the rest of the property, is tastefully decorated and come with features such as a fireplace with open fire, wooden flooring, Georgian sash windows to the front and traditional style radiators. This rooms sets the standard for the rest of the property with many of the features being repeated throughout. A side door leads down to the conservatory, itself a substantial space and tastefully in keeping with the property, this space was likely to have been originally used in Victorian times, although the structure is now modern.
The remainder of the ground floor has a snug room, again with fireplace and other features, a study / dining room which can be accessed from the kitchen. Tucked away is a cloakroom WC. The farmhouse kitchen which is situated to the rear of the property is modern and yet keeps in touch with its heritage. A large range sits at the central of the kitchen area and is surround by a good range of appliances and cupboards with oak work surfaces. As with all farmhouse kitchens there is space for the family table. A rear porch links the inside with the outside.
A traditional 180 degree staircase leads to the first floor landing from which there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has as would be expected a walk-in wardrobe as well as en-suite bathroom complete with a steam shower. The other bedrooms on this floor share the family bathroom, as with the en-suite this is modern and yet in keeping. The quality of materials used in these rooms is evident to see. Stairs then lead to the top floor, here there are two further bedrooms, one of which has another en-suite bathroom.
On stepping outside the property you are tempted to start at the rear, from here a deck sweeps around to the side of the property , and being slightly elevated provides views across the countryside and into the garden. Carrying on around you will arrive at the swimming pool (10.5m x 4.5m), enclosed within its own fenced off area, the pool is heated by solar panels.
In the ground as some outbuildings as well as a double garage. The garage is home to the biomass boiler which is used to supplement the heating of the property. To the opposite side of the property adjacent to the conservatory is a more formal garden with landscaped features. In all the property sits in around an acre of grounds.