The two-storey house is around 150 years old, with magnificent oak beams, brick and flint walls and a tiled roof.
There are five bedrooms, each with their own character, named after wild flowers from the surrounding fields.
One IS on the ground floor and four are on the first floor.
Outside, to the south-east, a small wall built of brick and flint borders the terrace.
To the west is a lawn with some trees, the vegetable garden and a view over the fields
The courtyard is big enough to park several cars.
The ground-floor entrance hall opens directly onto the terrace. Leading off the entrance hall is a large room serving as the dining room and living room, with half-timbered walls, a bread oven and a brick fireplace.
On the first floor is a small area to read, play cards or simply relax.