Not many country houses are situated in a completelytranquil location, free from close neighbours, pylons, road noise or light pollution, but Upper Green Farm is one of them.
Situated with a south and western aspect, this fine Grade II Listed, timber framed former Long House, thought to date from the 17th Century or earlier, was completely refurbished and extended about 16 years ago by the current owners. Providing a lovely family house with exposed timbers, open fireplaces and original features, Upper Green Farm has a warm ambience, and is ideal for entertaining. The original building has three principal reception rooms with French windows leading to a west facing terrace, overlooking scented rose beds, a water feature and a Ha Ha.
The bright and spacious hall with its limestone floor interlinks the more informal east wing. An ante room opens into a large family room and open plan, bespoke kitchen with it's Iroko and polished granite work surfaces and oil fired Aga.