Grade II Listed country house with seven bedrooms and delightful gardens and grounds
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Langford Hall is a historic Grade II Listed manor house that offers more than 6,000 square feet of elegant accommodation, arranged over three floors plus a cellar. Notable features include original timber panelling, sash windows and exposed wooden floorboards.
Upon entering there is a grand, half-timber panelled reception hall with an open fireplace, an ornate ceiling rose and doors leading to the drawing room and dining room. The former has a fireplace and a dual aspect, including French doors opening onto the gardens. The formal dining room has stripped wide oak floorboards and a fireplace with an attractive carved wooden surround. There is also a comfortable sitting room and an office, while the kitchen and breakfast room has been refitted with a range of splendid Tom Howley shaker-style cabinets in grey, cream silstone worktops, a central island and an Aga.
A solid oak turned staircase leads to the first floor accommodation. There are five generous double bedrooms on this level, including the principal bedroom, with its fitted storage and en suite bathroom, which has a bathtub and a separate shower unit. Two of the further bedrooms on the first floor are en suite, while there is also a family bathroom and a dressing room. On the second floor there are two double bedrooms, including one 34ft gallery, which could be used for multiple purposes.
This property has 8 acres of land.
The property is set in beautifully maintained and extensive grounds. A gravel driveway leads to the house and a turning circle at the front entrance, which provides plenty of parking space. The gardens and grounds include a field to the front, with a tranquil pond with weeping willow trees at its centre. To the side and rear there are delightful gardens, with pristine lawns, box hedging, rose gardens, paved and gravel terrace areas and a variety of mature trees, providing shade. The border of the garden adjoins the River Blackwater.
Adjacent to the property is a courtyard with a large barn with residential consent ( reference FP/17/0400 Maldon) and an attached building formerly used as stables, available via separate negotiation.
The property is located in the small Essex village of Langford, just outside the village of Heybridge and the town of Maldon. The local amenities of Heybridge are just a mile away, including a variety of shops, supermarkets, cafés and restaurants, as well as a choice of schools, both state and independent. Maldon offers a further selection of shops and leisure facilities, while approximately 10 miles away, the historic county town of Chelmsford provides a wealth of excellent facilities and shopping choices. There is golf available nearby at Maldon Golf Club, while you can find sailing at Saltcote Sailing Club. The A12 is easily accessible, providing access towards the M25 and London, while the nearest railway station is at Hatfield Peverel, providing direct services to London Liverpool Street (45 minutes).
From Chelmsford, take the A12 heading northeast, and leave at junction 20A for Hatfield Peverel. At the junction, turn left onto The Street and after half a mile, turn right onto Maldon Road. Continue for three and a half miles, into Langford, and turn left after passing St. Giles Church onto Witham Road where you will find the property on your left-hand sideRead all
- Reception hall
- Drawing room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Boot room
- Wine store
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 6 Further bedrooms, 2 en suite
- Dressing room
- Basement with boiler room
- About 8 acres
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