Big Tree House
Set in the centre of Dunham Town, Big Tree House was formerly part of Dunham Massey Hall Estate, home to the last Earl of Stamford, and is one of the few privately owned properties in the National Trust village of Dunham Massey. This Grade II Listed former farm house is believed to date back to the mid 18th Century, with mid 20th Century additions.
Constructed with English Bond brickwork and a stone slate roof, it retains many original features, including a Georgian half-glazed entrance, original stone-flagged hallway, a fine Adam style fireplace, oak panelled reception room, 18th Century staircase and four impressive two-storey bow windows.
Whilst the house is now in need of modernisation and updating, it includes four reception rooms, kitchen, WC, cloakroom and cellarage. Over the first and second floors are a dressing room, WC and bathroom, three bedrooms and three attic bedrooms.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Driveway, garage, brick walled courtyard, four original outbuildings adjacent to the property, gardens to the front, back and side, and greenhouse.