Located in the heart of the historic village of Castle Hedingham this beautifully renovated early 16th century grade II listed home has accommodation extending to over 2000 square feet. Classic Tudor exposed timber frame with three forward gables. Mainly casement windows with additional C19 vertically hung sash windows to first floor under a red plain tiled roof. Grand reception hall with glazed panelled wall and turning staircase to galleried first floor landing. Three formal reception rooms arranged as a sitting room, dining room and snug. Luxury fitted kitchen with a good range of storage cupboards and granite worktop. The worktop is inset with a butler sink, mixer tap and separate boiling water tap with space/plumbing for a dishwasher. Range style cooker set in redbrick chimney with mantle shelf over. The chimney backs onto the snug and inset with a cast iron fire grate/open fire. C21 timber conservatory with pointed arch glazed windows which interconnects kitchen and dining room. Handy utility room to rear of dining room with space/plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge/freezer. Downstairs WC with shower cubicle off reception hall. Second staircase from snug to bedroom four with jack and jill shower room shared by second bedroom. the remaining three bedrooms are accessed from the gallery landing. The spacious main bedroom has feature vaulted ceiling with exposed timber and high level leaded light windows to bedroom three. Steps lead down into a dressing room with fitted wardrobes leading to en-suite bathroom with WC, hand wash basin and shower over bath. Bedroom three has a noteworthy view of Hedingham Castle. The property has a pretty landscaped garden with decked seating area adjacent to the house. A path leads down the garden past a established flower shrub bed and lawn, over a small bridge with water feature/stream to additional decked seating area in front of a timber storage shed.
Situated in north east Essex, Castle Hedingham is located in the Colne Valley near the town of Halstead. The village is famous for the Norman built Hedingham Castle as well as many timber framed medieval buildings. A quintessential British village surrounded by stunning countryside with amenities including public houses, a restaurant, tea rooms, village store, Post Office, a bed and breakfast, two churches, primary and nearby secondary school, as well as a doctors surgery.
Mains drainage | Gas fired central heating | Braintree district council Band F | Halstead 3 miles | Sudbury 6.8 miles | Braintree 10.3 miles | Stansted airport 24 miles | M11/M25 junction 55 miles. Branch line railway station in Braintree with service to Liverpool Street approximately 1 hour. Read more