This charming country house, with Tudor origins, was remodelled in 1683. A later addition to the layout was the wing added in the 1800s, resulting in a unique layout which adds to the property's extensive charm. Character features throughout Woodlake House include exposed timber beams, beautiful door frames, a 17th century stone inglenook fireplace and a Jacobean solid wood staircase. The kitchen/breakfast room features solid wood fitted units, a large tiled recess housing a full-size Aga and space for dining. The area shares a semi openplan space with the dining room, which features windows overlooking the garden and doors leading outside. A double doorway, with sliding doors, leads through into the spacious sitting room with an original stone feature fireplace and exposed ceiling beams and to the cosy snug and an inner hallway. From here, within the wing, is the light-filled sun room, study, useful utility space and the 'cinema room'.
The first floor of the wing houses a large open plan room, with high and low beams. On the first floor of the main house are two light-filled bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en suite shower room, and a family bathroom. The second floor features two further bedrooms and a shower room.
This property has 0.78 acres of land.