The house has retained much of its original character and charm, especially in the principal reception rooms with large Victorian bay and French windows. The entrance porch and hall were added in recent years to provide access to the first and second floors without encroaching into the reception space and to allow for a separate guest cloakroom. This hall leads onto the drawing room with its fabulous bay window and access onto the front lawn garden. This room has a pleasant symmetry with a wonderful ornate fireplace to its centre. The drawing room breaks onto a separate dining room again, with a large open fireplace, which in turn flows comfortably into the kitchen with pantry cupboards. This dining room once formed the ballroom to the original house and as such has exceptionally high barrelled ceilings. This room has two large timber framed windows to the side accentuating the rooms magnificent volume. The kitchen has a separate area for informal dining and is fitted with a door to a large utility room providing access to the rear courtyard.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom with dressing room has far reaching views, it is substantial in size and could be adapted to accommodate a bathroom en suite, if required.
On the second floor there are three double bedrooms and a second family bathroom. These rooms all have high ceilings for a third floor and in the majority retain their decorative fireplaces. Bedroom six is currently used as an study and additional sitting room but would make an ideal play room for older children being both light and spacious with its vaulted ceiling.
The front and side gardens are largely to a gentle sloping lawn bordered by mature flowering shrubs and a shore of woodland. The lawn extends along the entirety of the drive with a gate at the bottom of the garden leading directly onto the Greensand Way.View payable Stamp Duty for this property