The house is set in approximately 1.69 acres.
Enchanting barely covers it, and as the saying goes 'a picture tells a thousand words', take a look around.
Ward House has fourdouble bedrooms. Ward House is a stone-built farmhouse from the Georgian era. The home has naturally landscaped gardens. The house features woodwork, minton floor tiles, mullioned and sash windows, and impressive fireplaces throughout. The reception room featuresnear floor to ceiling sash windows. The two halves of the home are tied together by the garden room. The kitchen boasts a range of traditional wooden units and work tops, a Belfast sink, and a freestanding central island. The dining room has impressive original features, parquet wooden floors and a triple aspect of tall sash windows. The home's grand original staircase runs past the stained glass window. The master bedroom suite leads through to a dressing room and en suite. The dressing room features gorgeous fitted wardrobes. The en suite has a stand-alone bathtub. Ward House has numerous reception rooms. The property is accessed via a private in-out drive sweeps through the front garden. Befitting is grandeur, the property also comes with a 100-metre archery lawn. Gardens are described as a "natural attraction for the local wildlife". A stream runs through the garden, with two pretty bridges crossing it. The rear of the property opens up into the gardens. The property has twodetached stone built garages.