A stunning Grade II Listed period house sympathetically updated to a high standard to form a very comfortable and well presented family home. Privately set within a most beautiful garden and grounds of about 2.46 acres and somewhat uniquely located on the edge of this favoured rural village.
Trumpetts Farm is an exceptionally fine Grade II Listed period property which in recent years has been sympathetically refurbished to a high standard, the elevations being brick, half tile hung beneath a tiled roof. The rooms are well proportioned with good ceiling heights and the interior has retained original features including exposed timbering and inglenook fireplaces.
The main features include:
Entrance vestibule. Door to reception hall with inglenook fireplace and wood burner. To one side there is a small oak panelled library.
Inner hall with door to cloakroom, and sitting room with door to the garden.
The kitchen is well fitted with a four oven oil-fired Aga, larder and utility cupboards and leads through to an excellent heritage-style garden room with doors to landscaped entertaining area
Dining room adjacent to kitchen leading to the delightful drawing room with oak floor and inglenook fireplace with wood burner
An oak staircase leads to an attractive landing
The principal bedroom has a brick fireplace and an en suite bathroom and adjacent dressing room/bedroom 7 with range of cupboards
The main guest bedroom has an en suite bathroom and there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom
The second floor is reached by a staircase to bedroom 6/office/play room together with door to useful attic space.
Detached recently constructed heritage-style double garage incorporating workshop area, attached single car port 19’2 x 9’7 and exterior staircase to room above 19’9 x 18’ with shower room and WC. Also attached on two sides is a useful covered area for machinery and logs.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The gardens and grounds are a particular feature at Trumpetts Farm, immaculately maintained with a wide selection of established trees providing privacy and seclusion. The gravelled entrance drive culminates in front of the garage and house and provides ample parking space. Features include extensive areas of lawn, banks of established shrubs including rhododendrons, azaleas, two beautiful ponds, areas of rough grass with specimen trees and shrubs, timber and tiled garden store/potting shed 26’ x 10’, greenhouse and wide brick terrace.
A particular feature is the landscaped area adjacent to the house and garden room which is ideal for entertaining and has York stone terracing with two raised brick fish ponds and a brick retaining wall.
In all about 2.46 acres