Savills | Epping Road, Nazeing, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 2DH | Property for sale
3,603 sq ft(334.73 sq m)
Guide price £2,000,000

Epping RoadNazeing, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 2DH


    Key features

    • Character house with lots of period features
    • Fabulous plot of approx. 8.5 acres
    • Of interest to an equestrian buyer
    • Over 3600 square feet of accommodation
    • Large open sided barn providing a flexible use
    • Stunning rural location yet close to amenities

    A stunning character house on a fabulous plot of approx. 8.5 acres and in a beautiful rural location.

    About this property

    • St. Vincents Farm is a fine example of a period home that has over time, undergone an extensive program of further enlargement. The house sits in the middle of a fabulous plot measuring approx. 8.5 acres with stunning countryside views.

      Having lived in Central London for some time the current owners seized the opportunity to acquire this house a little over 25 years ago knowing that the property held huge potential. Over this period of time they have enjoyed the house immensely and can confess that is a superb house for hosting large parties and gatherings. The house is equally as enjoyable when taking in the sights and sounds of the local flora and fauna with just yourself for company.

      To the ground floor the accommodation comprises; a spacious and bright entrance hallway, WC, stunning sitting room with high ceilings and a beautiful fireplace, a good sized dining room with feature fireplace, large Clive Christian fitted kitchen breakfast room, utility room, tack room, and a fabulous snooker room measuring an impressive 17'9'' x 25'11'' with vaulted ceilings for an added sense of volume.

      To the first floor the accommodation comprises; a landing, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom features a walk in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom. There is also a flexible reception area which provides access to the second floor.

      The second floor accommodation comprises; a bright and spacious landing, three large bedrooms and a family shower room.

      Exterior

      The house is approached via a private road with substantial grounds and an orchard to the front and space to park any number of vehicles. There is a detached double garage with six stable bays to the rear. There is also a large open sided barn which has over the years provide a covered parking area for the owner's collection of cars.

      The property boasts approx. 8.5 acres of grounds which is separated into formal gardens to the rear and side of the house and two separate fields and one paddock which would be perfect for grazing, turnout and possibly creating a ménage.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I was sold the minute I drove down the private road with views of open countryside. I just adore the position of this house, you get a real sense of privacy and one cant help but love the sense of space owing to the expansive grounds.

    James LambProperty agent

    Local information

    • St. Vincents Farm is located on the outskirts of the village of Broadley Common.
    • An important decision making factor and huge attraction to this area is the proximity of the superb transport links: Broxbourne train station which routes into Liverpool Street or to Cambridge is 5.1 miles away, M25 junction 26 - 8.2 miles, M11 junction 7 - 4.6 miles, Stanstead airport – 16.2 miles , A10 – 5.2 miles and the A414 – 4.3 miles.
    • There are a wealth of local schooling options whether that be at state or private entry. For primary state: Hare Street Community Primary School and Nursery is 3 miles away and Broxbourne Church of England is 5.4 miles away. For independent primary: Coopersale Hall School is 6.4 miles away and St. Nicholas School – 6.7 miles away. State secondary: Burnt Mill Academy is 4.2 miles away, Davenant Foundation School – 8.9 miles and The Broxbourne School – 6 miles. For independent secondary: Haileybury – 6.4 miles, St Nicholas School – 6.7 miles, Chigwell - 10.9 miles, Bancrofts – 11.3 miles.
    • For everyday conveniences and shopping you can visit Nazeing High Road where there are a selection of shops including a Simmons bakery. Further afield is Epping, a historic market town with a market still held on a Monday and The Brookfield centre where you will find a 24 hours Tesco and Marks and Spencer.
    • Notable local attractions include Epping Forest, Lea Valley white water centre, Paradise Wildlife Park, Lea Valley boat centre, and Broxbourne sailing club.

    Additional information

    • The property has a septic tank and is oil fueled.
    • There is a public footpath running along the edge of the two fields.
    • Tenure = Freehold