The house is over 325 square metres.

It has a large living room with picture windows to front and side (East and North) allowing year-round sunlight and magnificent views across the garden and fields to the river. The fireplace with Yellowwood mantelpiece offers a focus for winter evenings.

A long (12M) dining room with heritage ceiling of  Yellow-wood beams and wide planks (currently boarded with white ceiling-board) and a panelled wall in Yellow-wood; has room for a long table, as well as a sitting area around the wood-burning stove.

An enclosed stoep runs along the front of the house, making a cool and fresh area for dining and sitting in summer.

The kitchen has handmade units, and is a true “farmhouse” space, with two stoves. The Scullery has place for a second fridge/freezer and leads to the pantry and spare shower room with WC.

Three downstairs bedrooms (main with en suite bathroom with shower) offer well-proportioned and serene ambience. The main and front room have Yellow-wood ceilings and the front bedroom has Yellow-wood floors.

An upstairs bed/sitting room with en-suite bathroom and separate entrance to the upstairs balcony, has views across the fields.