This grade II listed medieval hall house dates back to the late 15th century. 0.66 Acres plot. The property is timber framed and rendered under a red plain tiled roof with two protruding redbrick chimney stacks. There are a range of casement and vertically hung sash windows and a single storey side extension housing the kitchen with a slate tiled roof. The house is positioned at the end of private lane and sits on a plot of 0.66 acres with uninterrupted far reaching views over local farmland.
The accommodation extends to 1420 square feet and includes the grand hall/reception room with inglenook fireplace and reputed 18th century staircase, sitting room with open fire, fitted kitchen with solid wooden worktops, island and range style cooker. Whilst on the first floor a landing, three bedrooms, two of which are double size, family bathroom and small en-suite to master bedroom.
The property has potential to develop and extend the footprint. Various planning permissions have been granted in the past and subsequently withdrawn a record of which can be found on Braintree district councils planning portal search with the postcode CO10 8LA.
The house is located in a rural position between the villages of Ovington, Belchamp St Paul and Little Yeldham and surrounded by miles of foot and bridle paths which wind through beautiful undulating countryside. Just under 3 miles North-East is the old wool town of Clare which has a fascinating history, many interesting and compelling places to visit, and offers a wide range of shops, antique outlets and high quality local cafes and pubs. The larger town of Sudbury is located 9 miles East with comprehensive amenities including a branch line railway station with trains connecting at Marks Tey to London’s Liverpool Street (journey time approximately 80 minutes). Read more