A beautiful and historic residential estate with a Grade II Listed, Georgian mansion at it's core
Horseheath Lodge is an immaculate residential estate built between 1815 and 1825. The Estate is centred around the historic Grade II Listed Georgian house, which has been tastefully updated by the current owner to offer three reception rooms and six bedrooms. There is further potential to add accommodation on the vacant second floor, as well as in the extensive cellars.
Adjacent to the house lies a converted outbuilding with cinema and games room, as well as changing rooms for the outdoor swimming pool.
The Estate also has six cottages let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies and a large number of outbuildings, in particular a modern barn with space for offices, storage or further accommodation subject to planning consent.
The Estate has a history of involvement with horses and still retains a number of equestrian facilities including many stables and a dis-used menage. There are also a number of post and rail paddocks.
The paddocks form part of the 189 acres of land that surrounds the house on all sides offering privacy and protection.
This property has 189 acres of land.
Horseheath Lodge is a beautiful residential estate situated in the chalk hills above Cambridge on the border of Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. Looking over its parkland is the southerly facing Grade II Listed mansion that lies at the head of along drive through parkland. The parkland, woodland and arable land surrounds the house on all sides and lies in a contiguous block providing not only a most attractive back drop but also privacy and protection.
Local amenities are provided at the nearby village of Linton (2 miles) with a small convenience store, a pharmacy, post office, doctors surgery and a range of pubs. A broader range of facilities are available from Haverhill (6 miles) and the university city of Cambridge (12 miles).
The Estate is located in a readily accessible part of East Anglia. The A11 is 6 miles and provides dual carriage way connections to the national motorway network via the M11 and A14. London Stansted Airport is 23 miles which also has a regular rail connection to London; there are also mainline services to London from Cambridge and Audley End.
Cambridge has a number of renowned independent schools including The Leys and The Perse; and St Faiths and St Johns preparatory schools. In Suffolk, there are more rurally based schools such as Old Buckenham Hall, Barnardiston Hall and Stoke College, in addition to the well regarded County High School at Saffron Walden.Read all
- Grade II listed mansion with three reception rooms and seven bedrooms
- Adjoining 3-bedroom annexe
- Outbuildings incorporating cinema, billiard room, bar, workshop and storerooms
- Swimming pool and changing rooms
- Extensive lawns and walled garden
- Lodge and 5 further cottages
- Large, two storey barn with storage areas and offices/further accommodation on first floor
- Equestrian facilities including 19 loose boxes and numerous farm buildings
- Parkland, paddocks, arable farmland and mature broadleaf woodland
- About 189 acres (77 ha) in total
- For sale as a whole or in two lots