Georgian village house of great character with stunning gardens approaching one acre.
Mill House is a Grade II Listed village house built around 1790.
The handsome accommodation is over three floors with a central hall with an elegant staircase through the house with the reception rooms featuring sash and French windows, high
ceilings and open fireplaces. The Aga kitchen is located to the
back overlooking the gardens with a range of fitted units. This
opens through to a study and connecting door to the boot/
utility room with cloakroom and storage cupboards. The first floor has 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. The second floor has a further 3 bedrooms and a further bathroom. There is also a dry
cellar. A right of way over the neighbouring drive leads to a
rear parking area where there is a garden studio room and potting shed. There is a terrace along the elevation of the house and the lawn gardens open out with numerous established trees and herbaceous borders. There is also
a range of garden stores and to the far end of the garden a hard tennis court and a heated swimming pool with serpentine
walling adorned by wisteria.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
From Colchester travel in a northerly direction on A134 signed to Sudbury. Upon entering Nayland turn right immediately
after passing the river Stour and proceed into the village. The
house is located on the right just beyond the restricted width
section of the road.
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The house is right in the middle of this beautiful village. The garden is very special indeed, really very rare to have such a large garden with a pool and tennis court in the middle of Nayland.Tom Orford