Listed Grade II being of architectural and historic interest, Horsfrith Park is a very handsome timber framed and plastered house of 17th Century origins. Clearly, the house has undergone extensive alterations over the years, particularly in the 18th and 19th centuries. The south front is faced in wonderful soft red brick and has three crow-stepped gables.
Internally the house combines light and spacious reception rooms on the ground floor with comfortable and flexible bedroom accommodation on the first and second floors. Of particular note is the beautifully proportioned panelled drawing room, centred on an attractive open fireplace to one end and views over the south gardens.
Planning consent and listed building consent for the removal of the existing sun room and the construction of a traditional staple orangery adjoining the kitchen which would be ideal for entertaining.
The gardens and grounds provide a mature and tranquil setting, studded with a selection of specimen trees and ponds to both the north and south gardens providing a focal point. A heated swimming pool is placed in a sheltered corner to the south of the house, whilst there is an all-weather tennis court to the north.
Beyond the gardens are two well-fenced and level paddocks, ideal for horses or ponies. There is also a field shelter.
There is an extensive range of bridle paths leading from the property, ideal for riding purposes.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
Lot Acres: 8