Walnut Tree House was built in the late 1990's of hamstone elevations with brick dressings under a tiled roof. The accommodation is well appointed with a versatile layout.
On the ground floor the two reception rooms have bay windows and the sitting room a triple aspect. Also on the ground floor is a partly self-contained guest suite with bedroom/sitting room and an en-suite shower room.
The first floor accommodation comprises two large double bedrooms, each with their own dressing areas, and the master with an en-suite bathroom. On the top floor is a third bedroom and a flexi-room.
The buildings stand to one of the residence and are approached by a spate spur off drive. The arrangement within the covered yard is such that the building is readily partitioned depending on the new owner's requirements. The land offers a good degree of seclusion and stretches principally to the south and west.
Hamstone walling and pillars flank an entrance drive with a stream and stand of trees to one side of the ranch fencing to the other, sweeping round to a graveled parking and turning area at the front of the house. Lawns surround the house on all sides set with a variety of established trees and shrubs. Outside floodlighting. To the rear and south is a secluded terrace/entertaining area with lighting and hose tap.
A spur off the drive leads to the farmyard comprising concrete hard standing around which are arranged from farm buildings. These comprise ? six bay covered yard 86' x 55' approximately overall, ideal for partitioning into American style stabling together with an adjacent block comprising - farm workshop and office. Screened storage area.
The land comprises a small paddock adjoining the garden with gated access to the lane together with a main enclosure down to permanent pasture. In all the property extends to just over 8.3 acres.