A period house requiring updating with a potential building plot. Set in grounds of around 0. 8 acre
Ford House at Hadham Ford offers traditional characterful living and dates back to the early 1800's.
A long sweeping driveway crosses the gardens to provide a turning and parking area and access to the front door via an attractive folly. The open entrance porch opens into the reception hallway with doors to the principal reception space. These include a formal drawing room, dining room and an additional snug/TV room as well as an area used as an office. Some of these rooms feature open fireplaces, the drawing room has a wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of wall and base units and has space for an Aga.
To the side of the house there is a conservatory/garden room providing potential additional indoor/outdoor entertainment space.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, 2 of which have en suite facilities. The third bedroom has a part finished en suite showe room.
The house offers scope for further modernisation and improvement according to a buyers wishes.
On the outside, the gardens extend to around 0.8 acres and are partly walled with a delightful aspect to the River Ash and open farmland to the East. There are various mature shrubs and plants in the grounds including a delightful magnolia, willows, oak and a clambering wisteria covering the eastern elevation.
Potential Building Plot
In the southern section of the garden there is an area which may offer potential to create a separate dwelling in the future. It is around 0.3 of an acre.
NB: Pictures taken October 2017
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A true period gem offering lots of potential. The gardens are lovely and the setting is excellent - on the edge of open countryside yet just 5 minutes by car to the shopsJustin Godfrey