21 bedrooms and multiple bathrooms, reception rooms, dining rooms, kitchen, storerooms, dark spooky cellar, toilets and a more recently renovated Great Hall/Ballroom and oak paneled reception rooms with central staircase. In varying states of decay and disrepair, the ground floor is in much better condition.
- The second floor has two beautiful but empty old bedrooms whilst the back of the house has peeling wallpaper, peeling paint and broken window frames/windows.
- The top floor, where the former servants quarters used to be, is in the worst condition with low ceilings, rotting wood and exposed piping.
- The front entrance to the house is up a flight of swithland slate steps into a porticoed area with a large grey door. It is a Grade II listed building.
- The entire house is unfurnished but has original fireplaces and more modern sinks and toilets. Most rooms have bare wooden floor boards, with wooden window frames that look out across the country Estate and dairy farm nearby.
- Period Fireplace
- Period Staircase
Walls & Windows
- Bare Plaster
- Bay Window
- Exposed Beams
- Exposed Brick Walls
- Large Windows
- Paneled Walls
- Wallpapered Walls
The house is set up a private driveway and immediately surrounded by a huge old oak tree, grassland, a former dried out pond, woodland (copse) and manicured gardens with rows of very high, deep green hedges. There is an area in the middle that used to be a grass tennis court but is now a large grass rectangle with a large period stone bench within it.
- There is a 'sunken garden' covered in Ivy with some stone objects that look like gravestones sticking out from under them.
- There is a thick wooded area where pheasant and game often live.
- A pretty hedgerow directly in front of the garden at the entrance to the house has a wrought iron gate within its bushes which takes you into the neighbouring field. Dairy cows pasture in the surrounding fields.
- There is also a walled garden that is completely overgrown and two large old green houses that are in a state of disrepair.
- At the back of the house lie a network of traditional farmhouse red brick stables and barns with working electricity.
- Other parts of the farm are open for filming depending on filming requirements - agricultural fields, ponds, more woodland and rolling fields with various crops depending on the time of year.
- At the back of the house is a 'back yard' and a lean to outhouse as well as a courtyard