This stunning grade II listed house gives the impression of a stately home.
Situated in a beautiful parkland setting surrounded by peaceful countryside, The Oak House, in Plumpton near Whepstead, boasts a magnificent drawing room overlooking the property’s formal gardens.
The drawing room features impressive oak panelling and inset book shelving, two deep set bay windows with window seats and features a large deep stone fireplace with herringbone pattern brick design.
The stately dining room includes a pretty window with leaded light and an oak door leading onto a gravelled terrace and formal gardens beyond.
The breakfast room includes a cast iron fireplace.
Fitted with an extensive range of coloured units, the kitchen features a dark green AGA set within a chimney recess. The home includes seven bedrooms of varying size with a host of unique architectural features.
The grounds are a wonderful attribute to the house with formal gardens lying south east and south west.
An ornamental river flows through the gardens with a stone bridge giving access to a paddock.