An attractive five bedroom attached period country house with private grounds affording views over neighbouring farmland. Thought to date back to the Tudor period with later Jacobean and Victorian additions, Brook House is a handsome and generously proportioned home arranged over three floors. The house retains great character throughout with exposed timbers and beams and attractive open fireplaces. The spacious double drawing room has a wealth of exposed beams, an open feature fireplace and an impressive original staircase, while the double aspect sitting room also benefits from an attractive open fireplace and views over the delightful gardens. The good-sized kitchen/breakfast room boasts an oil-fired Aga, a Belfast sink, space for a table for informal dining and access to a rear lobby with walk-in larder, pantry, cloakroom, laundry room and access to the gardens. The bedroom accommodation is arranged over two floors, most enjoying far-reaching views over the grounds and surrounding countryside. To the first floor lie a spacious dual aspect master bedroom, a substantial dressing room and bathroom with freestanding bath and two further well-proportioned front aspect bedrooms, one currently configured as an office. The property’s two remaining bedrooms, a good-sized study/sitting room and a family bathroom lie to the second floor, ideal for self contained guest accommodation.