Savills | Tower Hill, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6DL | Property for sale
130.06 sq m
Guide price £725,000(€858,393)

Tower HillMuch Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6DL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Gothic styled brick and flint school house built in 1869
  • Recently updated to offer modern yet characterful living space
  • Delightful suntrap garden with pergola covered seating area
  • Home office
  • Wood burner stove in the living room
  • Modern fitted kitchen with island unit and bi fold doors onto garden

A stylish and characterful home at the heart of the village. Recently updated throughout there is much original character and a pretty sun trap rear garden.

About this property

  • Dating from 1869 and previously the village school house there are many original features within the house which itself is finished in a gothic brick and flint style on the outside. Many of the ceilings are of a good height and are vaulted. Some original leaded light windows, exposed floorboards and some period tiling complete the look.

    This charming characterful home has been updated and reconfigured to provide good sized living areas which open onto the pretty, private garden to the rear.

    The entrance hallway provides a storage space for coats and a guest cloakroom. This opens into the lounge which has a high ceiling and corner mounted wood burner stove. Just off here is the modern fitted kitchen diner with bi fold doors also opening onto the garden.

    From the lounge the staircase rises to the galleried landing above. Off here there are three bedrooms, with the main bedroom suite featuring an attractive en suite bathroom with a rolltop bath as its centrepiece. The other bedrooms share a modernised family bathroom. Both of the bathrooms have underfloor heating.

    There is off road parking to the front of the house for a couple of cars. A gated entrance leads to the side of the house where there is a timber Home Office. The garden itself is to the rear with a paved patio and lawn area. A newly built pergola provides a sheltered seating area in the summer.

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I love the style of this house - so much history and a really nice living space. Cosy, comfortable and easy to manage

Justin GodfreyProperty agent

Local information

  • This pretty historic Hertfordshire village benefits from a village shop, incorporating a Post Office, a highly regarded public house, church and primary school.
  • There is a children's playground on the Recreation Ground, where you will also find Tennis Courts and the Bowls Club.
  • The 351 bus service runs through the village connecting Stanstead Abbots and Bishop's Stortford.
  • Main line railway stations are available at either Bishop's Stortford (with commuter services to London's Liverpool Street) or Harlow Town station (Liverpool Street from 32 minutes).
  • The A10 and M11 can be accessed via the A414 and A120 to provide vehicular access to both London and the M25 to the south or Cambridge to the north. The village primary school, St Andrews, is well regarded. There is a pre-school, nursery and newly established Forest School in the village also. Excellent state schooling is available nearby with private schooling available at Heathmount, Bishop's Stortford College, Haileybury and St Edmunds.

Additional information

  • Directions: SAT NAV POSTCODE SG10 6DL. The house is located more or less opposite the recreation ground in the centre of the village
  • EPC Rating = E
  • Tenure = Freehold