The house is a detached property, set in two thirds of an acre of land. The house is a redbrick and flint two-storey chalet style house in character with all the other larger houses in the village.
It has spacious accommodation for young people, the front door opens onto a wide entrance hall and stairway, there is a downstairs cloakroom, lounge/quiet room, large kitchen and dining/family room which opens onto the garden. The Home also has a laundry room for the young people to use as well as a further snug that opens out onto the patio which young people can use as a further tv/quiet room.
On the first floor there is a landing, six spacious bedrooms, five for young people and a staff sleep-in bedroom. There are three bathrooms. Bedrooms are all furnished to a high standard; they are light, comfortable and well equipped. The young people are encouraged to personalise their own rooms and take responsibility for keeping them tidy.
There two further detached building in the grounds. One is equipped as an activity and Theraplay room and the other is a meeting and formal therapy room for DDP. The house is surrounded by extensive gardens enclosed by hedges, trees and large wooden gates with the garden split into several distinctive areas. There are lawns and established hedges, an orchard with apple, pear and plum trees, soft fruit and a trampoline. The back garden is south facing, it has a patio and barbecue area and a summerhouse. To the west of the house is a lawn for outdoor games and recreation with a climbing frame.
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