Grade II listed farmhouse with five bedrooms in four acres
Approached from the West Wing and the original front door, you enter to the left into the formal sitting room with a beautiful working Inglenook period fireplace. There are lovely oak doors throughout Andrews Farm and the height of the ceilings in this listed Country Home are impressive for a period home. Through a door in the corner of the sitting room you find the original back oak staircase. Behind the fireplace to the right of the front door is a formal dining room which could be used as a snug as there is another dining room. Going out of the formal sitting room you reach the hallway and main staircase and primary front door. The hallway has a beautiful traditional stone floor throughout. An inner lobby leads to a music room and downstairs cloakroom. As you go back out to the hallway you pass an open planned panelled room with beams and a built in attractive hand made oak cabinet. Following along the hallway you reach the large open planned kitchen and morning room. The handmade cream kitchen has black granite tops, 4 oven cream Aga, oak floors throughout and a breakfast island. The kitchen leads to open beams and the morning room for dining. The views down the garden are stunning.
The first floor has 5 double bedrooms with 2 ensuites and a large family bathroom. Superb garden views from the Master Bedroom.
This property has 4 acres of land.
Andrews Farm is very private and is reached from Andrews Farm Lane which is located at the end of a single tracked dead end road. You pull into a large sweeping driveway. There is a large detached grade II listed beautiful Essex barn with active planning permission for conversion into a 2 bedroom annex, an attractive large beamed detached cart shed containing 4 areas. The cart shed contains an outside office, two garages with doors and one extra wide cartshed for one car. In the grounds there is an all weather astro tennis court with tennis pavilion and amazing farmland views. There is also a wood and a pond. The total outside area is just shy of 4 acres and is surrounded by farmland.
Mill End Green is a small hamlet of houses with a well respected restaurant, The Green Man. It is part of the Village of Great Easton which also has a local pub. The town of Great Dunmow is 3.5 miles away and Saffron Walden is 11 miles away. Both towns have a super choice of local shops and all amenities including large supermarkets. The nearest train stations are Bishops Stortford and Audley End, providing direct serves into London or Cambridge. There are local sports clubs and golf courses. This area has a superb choice of private and state schools both primary and secondary.
Travelling North on the M11 leave at junction 8 (signposted Bishops Stortford) and take the A120 to Great Dunmow and then the B184 North towards Little Easton and Thaxted. Continue onto the village of Great Easton on your left and passing the Rolls Royce Garage of P&A Woods on your left, take your next right following signs for the Green Man Restaurant. In a mile turn right onto Andrews Farm Lane and Andrews Farm is at the end of the lane on your left.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Sitting room
- Kitchen and breakfast dining room
- Utility room
- Music room
- 5 double bedrooms with two ensuite and a family bathroom
- Detached cart lodge with 3 parking garages & home office
- Large Grade II listed Barn with active planning permission to convert into a 2 bedroom annex
- All weather astro tennis court
- Approximately 4 acres
- Map & Street View
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Dunmow Road, Great Easton, Dunmow, Essex