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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bacon End, Dunmow, CM6

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Key features

  • An Immaculately Presented Detached Grade II Farmhouse
  • 4 Double Bedrooms & 2 Jack & Jill Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Fabulous Bespoke Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Separate Utility Room
  • Detached Double Cart-Lodge & Office with Additional Storage/Workshop
  • Studio
  • Private Gated Driveway for Numerous Vehicles
  • Beautiful Cottage Style Gardens approaching 0.7 of an acre with Pond
  • Adjoining 3 acre paddock available by separate negotiation
  • EPC Rating Exempt

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Property description

This stunning and immaculately presented detached Grade II Listed Farmhouse enjoys a central position within the pretty hamlet of Bacon End, in the civil parish of Great Canfield. The property is steeped in history and was originally 2 properties, with some parts dating back to the 1400’s, retaining many original features. This lovely home offers 3 generous reception rooms, a beautifully fitted bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility room/boot room, wc/shower room on the ground floor and there is a a dry cellar. The first floor offers the Principal bedroom suite with dressing room and a further 3 double bedrooms and 2 Jack and Jill bathrooms. There is a gated gravel driveway for numerous vehicles and a detached triple cart-lodge with adjoining storage/workshop and office and there is also a studio. EPC rating Exempt.

BUYERS INFORMATION
To conform with government Money Laundering Regulations 2019, we are required to confirm the identity of all prospective buyers. We use the services of a third party, Lifetime Legal, who will contact you directly at an agreed time to do this. They will need the full name, date of birth and current address of all buyers. There is a nominal charge of £60 including VAT for this (for the transaction not per person), payable direct to Lifetime Legal. Please note, we are unable to issue a memorandum of sale until the checks are complete.
 

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The Setting
Bacon End is a small rural hamlet surrounded by open countryside and is within easy reach of the busy market town of Great Dunmow, offering an excellent range of amenities including an eclectic variation of shops, restaurants, public houses and sporting facilities and it also offers a good range of schools for all ages with the highly acclaimed Felsted school and the King Edwars Grammer School a short drive away. The nearby towns of Chelmsford and Bishop’s Stortford offer a more comprehensive range of leisure and shopping facilities as well as a mainline railway stations, with speedy services to London Liverpool Street. For those wishing to commute by car, junction 8A of the M11 is less than 10 miles away with Stansted International Airport approximately a 15 minute drive away also, which also has a mainline railway into London.
Ground Floor Accommodation
A solid oak door opens into a neat lobby area with a further door into the main entrance hallway with a central turned staircase rising to the first floor and doors through to the main sitting room with solid wood flooring, a large redbrick Inglenook fireplace with inset grate and open fire, exposed timbers to the walls and ceiling and a lovely bay window overlooking the front aspect. A further door leads to an inner lobby and the main front door, with another opening onto the dining room, a lovely room with a redbrick feature fireplace and open fire, exposed timbers and bay sashed window and a wrought iron spiral staircase accessing the cellar. At the end of the main hallway is the family room, again having a bay window to the front aspect with sash windows and a feature fire surround with open fire. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room has been fitted with a good range of wall and base units, solid oak work-surfaces, natural slate flooring and integrated appliances, with an Aga range cooker. The breakfast area is perfect for your morning coffee, to sit and watch the day go by in the bay window of the kitchen. At the opposite end of the hallway is a good-sized utility/boot room with a shower room and wc.
First Floor Accommodation
The turned staircase has a wc situated on mezzanine level and continues to the first-floor landing area with doors leading to the Principal bedroom with window to the front aspect, exposed timbers to the walls, an opening to the dressing area and access to a Jack and Jill bathroom shared with bedroom 3. There are a further two double bedrooms that also share a Jack and Jill bathroom.
Outside
The property is accessed by a gated gravel driveway offering parking for numerous vehicles to the side of the property, leading to a cart-lodge suitable for two vehicles with adjacent storage room/workshop. Additionally, there is a separate office and a studio.The property sits well within its private pretty cottage style gardens which have many different areas for entertaining and relaxing and are well established with shrubbed borders, mature trees and a small orchard. There is a delightful pond with a BBQ and terrace area for al fresco dining.AGENTS NOTE: THERE IS ALSO AN ADDITIONAL 3 ACRE PADDOCK AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION
Services
Oil fired central heating, private drainage, water and electricity are connected.
Local Authority
Uttlesford District Council

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