Westcourt Farmhouse is a Grade II listed house dating from the early 18th Century, with later additions made over the centuries. It is constructed of diaper brick with a thatched roof and is full of character.
The current owners have updated and extended the property to improve the layout and create a spacious kitchen with adjoining utility room and living room. Extensive work was carried out to update the wiring, plumbing, boiler and central heating as well as structural and decorative work. The remaining rooms on the ground floor comprise two large reception rooms, a good size boot room and a cloakroom.
The first floor has a master bedroom with large en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The improvements made to the property have now resulted in very stylish, light and practical home, which showcases the property’s period features, whilst making the house more practical and convenient for modern living.
Westcourt Farmhouse is approached by a gravel drive. The large garden, which is mostly laid to lawn wraps around the property on three sides and overlooks neighbouring farmland. Areas of interest in the garden have been added and include raised vegetable beds, a terraced area, pergola with scented climbing plants, banks of herbaceous flowers, and a line of espalier apple trees. Large French windows in the kitchen lead out onto the garden beyond. Lighting has been installed outside lighting up the trees and pathways as well.
To the edge of a gravel turning circle is an annexe and garage which was created by the owners, which may be suitable for an au pair or an older teenage family member or guests. It compromises of an open plan living space and kitchen on the ground floor and a double bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. There is also an additional garage with integrated car port workshop/woodstore.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
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