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A stunning 32’ kitchen/family room forms the heart of this beautifully presented Victorian farmhouse which lies in a tranquil rural position.

The property is understood to date from the late 19th century with later additions. This handsome Victorian farmhouse presents attractive brick elevations under a mainly pitched tile roof. Internally the house is beautifully presented and provides light and well-arranged accommodation over three floors.

The current owner has enlarged and substantially improved the property and has created a magnificent 32'9 kitchen/family room. This room is fitted with an extensive range of units with Corian work surfaces, a two oven Aga, and features a large roof lantern.

From the kitchen/family room a bi-fold door gives a seamless connection to a wide stone paved terrace.

Features of note within the house include a charming entrance hall with a period tile floor, a double aspect drawing room with a large south-west facing bay window and an attractive fireplace fitted with a wood burner. The dining room is particularly generous with a wooden floor and a further fireplace also with a wood burner. In addition, there is a spacious sitting room with extensive built-in book shelving and glazed doors from this room give access to a sheltered partly walled area of garden with an ornamental pond. Beyond the sitting room there is a study. A laundry room, utility room and cloakroom complete the wellarranged ground floor accommodation.

Arranged over the first and second floors is a principal suite, guest suite, three further double bedrooms and a further bathroom. Two of the bedrooms have pretty fireplaces and the bathrooms are well presented and fitted with white suites and include a roll-top bath in the principal ensuite bathroom.

Other features include panelled doors, polished wood floors, high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms and from many of the principal rooms there are delightful views over the garden and countryside beyond.

The property is approached from the lane via a wooden five bar entrance gate, from which a sweeping gravel drive leads to the front of the house and a wide parking area adjacent to which is the triple English Heritage style garage.

The principal gardens lie to the south east and north west of the house and are mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with a variety of mature trees and shrubs, including oak, beech, witchhazel and some productive fruit trees. Adjacent to the rear of the house is a wide stone paved terrace and an area of wooden decking, perfect for al-fresco dining and from which there are delightful views over the garden and unspoilt wooded countryside beyond. To the far end of the rear garden is an area thought to have previously been used as a grass tennis court. The garden at Whitehouse Farm provides a superb setting for this beautiful period farmhouse. About 1 acre

from  3,347 sq ft   / approx 1 Acre



PRICED FROM £1,080,000

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