A beautiful period farmhouse thought to date back to 1870, set in beautiful established grounds of approximately 1.7 acres (stls). 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. EPC D.
6 bed house for sale in Great Easton
Great Easton, Dunmow, Essex, CM6
- Six Double Bedrooms
- Two En Suite Shower Rooms
- Family Bathroom
- First Floor Study
- Three Generous Receptions
- Separate Two Double Bedroomed Annexe
- Vaulted Orangery
- Detached Double Garage With Tiled Flooring
- Rear Courtyard
- Office Space Attached To Rear
- 1.7 Acres (stls)
- Plot Protected By Open Farmland To All Boarders
- Close Proximity To Dunmow Town And Stansted Airport
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