This stylish home with a self contained annexe and equestrian facilities is set in grounds of 7.25 acres and is not listed, yet dates back over several hundred years, offers generous accommodation with a range of useful outbuildings offering much potential
Internally this highly desirable property house has been significantly renovated over the past few years by the current owners and now offers an abundance of original charm and character throughout, such as exposed beams, original fireplaces and a wood burning stove.
The entrance hall provides a central focus and access to the main reception areas. The impressive main drawing room is dual aspect, with a central fireplace, some lovely original ceiling mouldings along with two sets of french doors, opening onto the gardens at the rear, and also into the traditional dining room, which has some exposed brickwork and return access to the hall. The everyday living part of the home comprises essentially of two further rooms providing a spacious family sitting room and a larger inner reception space with more exposed beams and a wood burning stove. It is from here that you can access the first floor, the cellar and the guest cloakroom.
The beautifully designed kitchen comprises of a range of country style wall and base units with a range cooker and twin butler sinks. There is a generous traditional walk in pantry and utility, along with ample space for a breakfast table and its own french doors onto the gardens. From the kitchen area you can access the annexed part of the house internally if required.
Upstairs, there are five generously sized double bedrooms, with the master suite having a walk in dressing room and its own en suite, along with a well proportioned family bathroom including both a shower and freestanding roll top bath.
An additional bonus feature of this home is the self contained annexe, which can also be included as part of the house itself, or be accessed independently if needed, and comprises of an open plan bedroom / sitting area, fitted kitchen and bathroom along with the option of incorporating three additional rooms on the ground floor, currently used as a gym, study and summer room with access to the rear south facing garden. This versatile area enables a variety of uses, depending on a family's needs.
Set in substantial private grounds with a number of paddocks and a variety of equestrian based outbuildings, the house offers an ideal environment for a growing family. Alongside which the extra outbuildings offer a variety of uses depending on a buyers needs with the potential to explore further development of the grounds were it to be required.
Set behind a wide gravel drive frontage the house is situatedin a convenient position within easy access of the larger market towns of Sawbridgeworth, Bishop's Stortford and Harlow.
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