Epping Upland, Epping, Essex, CM16 6PG | Property for sale | Savills
4,536 sq ft(421.41 sq m)
Guide price £1,695,000(€1,976,704)

Epping UplandEpping, Essex, CM16 6PG

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • A gorgeous Grade II listed weatherboarded residence in excess of 4500 square feet.
  • Lapsed planning to convert the timber barn into a separate dwelling.
  • Lapsed planning to convert the brick barn into a separate dwelling.
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Beautiful gardens and plot of about 2.6 acres

An absolutely stunning Grade II listed residence occupying a generous plot of about 2.6 acres and boasting over 3300 square feet of outbuildings with lapsed planning permissions.

About this property

  • Pinch Timber Farm is a special consideration for many key reasons. It opitimises semi-rural living with rolling countryside views yet moments away from Epping town centre.

    The ground floor accommodation comprises; A stunning entrance hallway with beautiful exposed timbers and parquet flooring, a bright, inviting and sizeable drawing room including a brick inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, a cosy sitting room with delightful views of the gardens, a regal sitting room with galleried ceilings and even a viewing platform to entertain your guests, a delightful kitchen breakfast room which opens up on to the terrace outside through French doors and features a very cool well visible through a toughened glass tile, a south facing conservatory and utility room. Adjoined to the conservatory with access through is the enormous outbuilding, this is the perfect space for perhaps a games room, or a luxury garage for the car collector.

    The first floor accommodation comprises; a lovely principle bedroom suite with dual aspect windows, high ceilings and en suite bathroom, a well-appointed family bathroom, and three further bedrooms; bedroom three has a useful walk in wardrobe and bedroom two an en suite shower/bathroom.

    The second floor accommodation comprises; fifth bedroom suite with exposed timber beams and an en suite bathroom.

    Outside

    The consideration sits on a generous plot of about 2.6 acres with the orientation to the rear being south. Centrally there is a large driveway with ample space to park numerous cars. The property is flanked by well-manicured and generous gardens to the front, side and rear. To the immediate rear of the property is a delightful paved terrace.

    Directly opposite the main residence is a beautiful Grade II listed timber barn which has lapsed planning permission to convert into a separate dwelling with gardens to the rear. This could quite easily be converted into something more bespoke for the property owner rather than to develop.

    To the rear of the outbuilding is a separate brick build barn which also has lapsed planning permission to convert into a separate dwelling.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

If period, character properties are your bag then this property is going to tick a lot of boxes. Weatherboards, peg tile roof, exposed timbers and the nostalgia of living in a more opulent, grander time are just some of things that will resonate with the next custodian of this fine property. The right buyer will also see huge value in the fabulous outbuildings whether that be from a personal use or to develop considering the lapsed planning applications. This property would be very well suited for those considering a multigenerational living dynamic.

David BloomfieldProperty agent

Local information

  • Epping Upland is a small village located on the outskirts of Epping. The area is semi rural and offers a stunning place to live if you are looking for a property in a countryside setting yet close to all the key amenities and transport links.
  • Epping, an old market town has an excellent choice of local independent and boutique shops together with a Tesco and Marks and Spencer and is 3.7 miles away. The Central Line rail service runs from Epping to London Liverpool Street making it ideal for the city commuter. There are a great selection of schools in the surrounding areas both at state and private entry. For the commuter there is access to the M11 - 3.7 miles (junction 5) leading to Canary Wharf and M25 - 6.8 miles (junction 26).

Additional information

  • Grade II listed.
  • Mains drainage.
  • Oil central heating.
  • Gigaclear availability.
  • Planning number for brick barn - EPF/0984/15
  • Planning number for timber barn - EPF/0177/16
  • No chain.
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G