An imposing Manor House with origins in the 15th century, situated in a Conservation Area.
Whitehall Manor is an imposing, detached, Grade II period residence that stems from the 15th century, with 17th century and later additions and alterations. This handsome detached property is traditionally built primarily of mellow local flintstone, under a graduated slate roof with gables and stone coping.
Whitehall Manor has generous and well proportioned accommodation that retains many fine and interesting period features which allude to its history and age, including exposed timbers, splendid and imposing inglenook fireplaces, plank and muntin screen, dressed stone walls and two circular staircases, all of which combine to create the fine period home with its delightful ambience that we find today.
The 21st century has not been forgotten, and worthy of particular mention is the lovely bright country kitchen/breakfast room with its bespoke painted units and central Aga cooker. This room opens directly onto a large south facing paved terrace. A delightful conservatory, again leading from the kitchen and dining room, also opens onto the terrace and garden.
On the first floor there is a study/library which could be the 6th bedroom if so desired. The 2 principal staircases (there are also 2 enclosed