Finished in cream render under a mellow red tiled roof, Wood Hall is a handsome house of elegant proportions, standing in an elevated position with far-reaching views. Internally, the house combines light and spacious reception rooms with comfortable principal bedroom accommodation on the first floor and secondary bedrooms on the second floor. Of particular note is the panelled dining room, beautifully proportioned with three pairs of French doors opening onto the garden terrace. The grand reception hall gives a great sense of arrival with a broad, oak staircase leading up to a galleried landing, provided access to the principal bedrooms. A further concaved staircase leads to the second floor which provides additional bedroom accommodation or alternatively a staff flat. The gardens and grounds are a very special feature of Wood Hall. On the south side of the house a paved terrace overlooks the formal lawns to the lake beyond, which is believed to be part of the moat which surrounded an older house on the site. To the west is a well-stocked and tended walled garden. The gardens also include an all-weather Astroturf tennis court and an indoor swimming pool with a sauna and hot tub. There is a second all weathered tennis court, with a timber pavilion. Further outbuildings within the grounds include the estate office, fully fitted with a kitchen and WC together with the former Cart Shed providing garaging. Beyond the lake is a newly constructed machine store. Parkland 19.54 acres of parkland providing well fenced grazing.