Dating back to the 1600’s and constructed of mellow stone, this Grade II Listed farmhouse offers a wealth of character and charm. Historically Rookery Farm was owned by Christ Church College for 400 years, before passing into private ownership in the 1970’s, and has been enjoyed as a family home ever since. Backing on to the Manor meadow, the property affords far reaching views towards the Norman church in the main village. Internally, many original features remain such as exposed beams, windows seats, open fireplaces, impressive inglenook with original bread oven, mullion windows and attractive cornices, dado railing and ceiling roses left from the Victorian era.
With four beautifully decorated reception rooms, downstairs bedroom with en-suite bathroom, farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room, rear lobby, converted barn and games room, the ground floor accommodation offers generous and diverse living space which complements the five bedrooms, two bathrooms and additional attic rooms above. Externally, the well-tended gardens wrap around the property with a sunny kitchen courtyard and a gated, gravelled driveway to the side. The tennis court, swimming pool and pony yard are all welcome additions to enjoy the full scale of family life, which fully compliment the house and paddocks of Rookery Farm.