Peroid house with two cottages in 2.6 acres.
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Kitchen Hall Farm is an attractive Grade II listed farmhouse, believed to date from the 17th century with gardens, outbuildings and two cottages within the grounds. The internal accommodation extends to an entrance hall, two reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen/ breakfast room and a utility room. Of particular note is the Inglenook fireplace with log burner located in the sitting room, and the kitchen has a range of fitted units and oil fired Rayburn. The conservatory of traditional half brick wall has views across the gardens, whilst the utility houses the gas boiler, double sink unit and plumbing for washing machines. At first floor level there is a landing off which are doors to two double bedrooms, one with en suite wc. From a rear landing there is a bathroom and third bedroom. Stairs from the main landing to the second floor lead to bedroom four and additional roof space storage.
This property has 2.6 acres of land.
The gardens are an attractive mix of sweeping lawns interspersed with shrub beds, and a number of mature trees. To the west of the drive is a sizable pond surrounded by trees, beyond which there is a further lawn and the backdrop of a hedge. The majority of the gardens are close board fenced to the north and east, and adjacent to the house is an all weather tennis court. A heated indoor swimming pool is located to the north of the house in an L shaped weather boarded building having two changing rooms and a plant room. Solar water heating panels are attached to the roof. Within the grounds is a C shaped outbuilding providing garage and storage facilities for the house and cottages and includes a games room. To the rear of the house is a timber construction housing the oil tank.
Located on the south west east of the town Kitchen Hall Farm is approached via Red Lion Lane and has the benefit of looking onto Harlow Common to the front aspect. The Town Centre to the north west has been the subject of tremendous investment in recent years, and offers a comprehensive range of shopping and entertainment facilities, with the main line railway station giving access directly to London Liverpool Street in under half an hour. The market town of Epping is five miles to the south and has an underground connection to the City. Stansted Airport to the north offers superb travel facilities to Europe and beyond, whilst the M11 motorway connects to the wider UK road network.Read all
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