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Homely hearths

By Nicki Treffers - 26 January 2018

The one benefit of these colder months is lighting the hearth and enjoying the warmth and comfort of being at home. Many of our Country & Village properties feature stunning fireplaces as the centre-piece of the rooms with the kindling crackling away and the golden flames fighting away the winter chill. With this in mind we have put together a selection of our properties where home is where the hearth is.

This stunning mock Tudor residence dating back to the early 1900s whilst benefitting from not being listed is located in Chelmsford. Situated down a tranquil country lane the property is bordered by a mature tree line running the entire perimeter of the property to create a picturesque and serene setting. The main residence is made up of six well-proportioned bedrooms with the principal suite being located in the West wing of the property with an impressive double aspect over the mature formal gardens beyond. The remainder of the property comprises of a sizable kitchen breakfast room, six reception rooms, three sets of double garages and two Dutch barns. Furthermore a fully independent two/three bedroom cottage also resides in the grounds ideal for multi-generational living. The property is set on a well-established plot of circa 11 acres.

Currently on the market with a Guide Price of £2,950,000.

Edwin’s Hall is an important and historic eight bedroom Grade II listed residence dating back to the 16th Century, renovated by Edwin Sandys between 1570 and 1577. Situated in Chelmsford, the property is set on an elevated position with outstanding views towards Crouch Valley. The 10acre plot enjoys a mix of landscaped formal grounds and premium equestrian facilities with adjoining paddocks, linking into extensive off road hacking and bridleways. The property benefits from an Indoor swimming pool complex, tennis court and garaging.

Currently on the market for Offers In Excess Of £1,995,000.

A beautiful period farmhouse thought to date back to 1870, set in beautiful established grounds of approximately 1.7 acres (stls) in Great Easton, Dunmow. All of the principle rooms to the ground floor and the six bedrooms to the first floor benefit from lovely aspects of the surrounding gardens and/or the open farmland which protects this charming plot. The property itself has been extended and improved sympathetically by the present owners and provides generous modern living space which is bright and airy, however retaining a great deal of charm throughout. The property also benefits from separate annexe accommodation, double garage and separate office space.

Currently on the market with a Guide Price of £1,495,000.

Located amongst picturesque countryside of Mundon and easily accessed from the nearby popular Essex market town of Maldon is this delightful and welcoming four double bedroom period farmhouse, set on an idyllic mature garden plot of circa one acre (stls) and with a series of original farm buildings with potential for conversion. Situated directly opposite this wonderful home, on the other side of the lane, and providing unspoilt countryside views, is an additional three acres (stls) of paddock land, ideal for equestrian use.

Currently on the market with a Guide Price of £985,000.

A charming Grade II Listed family residence set on an idyllic plot in Moreton, Ongar with far reaching conservation land/pasture and grazing horses beyond the rear boundary. The property offers three good sized receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, five bedrooms, en-suite to the guest room and family bathroom. Detached double garage, further extensive parking and beautiful formal rear gardens.

Currently on the market with a Guide Price of £725,000.