Dating from 1773, the White House is an imposing double fronted stone house located in the heart of the thriving village of Baston. The accommodation is typical of its period; there is a good entrance hall giving access to three light and airy reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room. Attached to the rear of the house (leading off the snug) there is a two storey barn that could be converted to provide additional accommodation subject to planning (the house is not listed). Complimenting the accommodation is a good-sized mature garden that is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked borders.
The White House is set behind a mature front garden bounded by a hedge. A driveway to the side of the house leads to the bake house/garage. The good-sized rear garden is traditionally set out round shaped lawns with well stocked borders inrporating a variety of shrubs and bushes. Attached to the end of the barn is a covered entertaining area and to the side there is a vegetable garden area.
Baston is a popular village with a vibrant community, located approximately 3 miles north of Market Deeping and approximately 4 miles south of the market town of Bourne. An excellent range of facilities are available in the village including a shop with post office, two pubs, hairdressing salon, garage, church and playing fields with year-round tennis courts. The village also has a primary school and public school (Kirkstone House) with further schooling available at Market Deeping, Bourne and Stamford. The cathedral city of Peterborough, some 13 miles to the south, offers a wide range of recreational, educational and shopping facilities together with a high-speed rail link to London King's Cross which has a publicised journey time of approximately 50 minutes.