Ash House is situated in the historic High Street in Henham, well set back from the road behind one of several village greens. The house is conventionally constructed in brick and blockwork, set under a pitched and tiled roof with double glazed windows and a modern gas fired heating system. This is a well-proportioned house with tall ceilings and generous rooms. The accommodation includes an entrance hall with a staircase to the first floor, cloakroom and double doors to the sitting room, where there is a bay widow, wood burning stove and French doors to the garden. Adjoining this room is the dining room, with glazed doors to the outside. At the front of the house there is family room/study with bookshelves, a kitchen/breakfast room with Aga and a utility room with a door to the garage. At the back of the house there is a conservatory, which is in need of repair or replacement. On the first floor there is a large dual aspect master bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower room, there are four further bedrooms, an en suite and a family bathroom. The bath and shower rooms have been updated and are in good order.
Outside, to the front of the house there is a gravelled driveway leading to an integral garage with eaves storage, gas fired boiler and remote controlled up and over door. The front garden has well-established shrub borders and climbing plants and a gated access to the rear garden which is about 56ft deep by 78ft wide and includes a terrace at the back of the house, lawn and shrub borders, enclosed by fencing.