4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION In the 16th century, Groton Place was the Winthrop family home. Adam Winthrop was the lord of the manor of Groton and from this house his grandson John Winthrop led the Great Migration to America in 1630. The original timber framed manor house with 15th Century origins was enhanced during the 18th Century to sit behind a Georgian façade with double-hung sash windows and cream rendered exterior. In 1985 this substantial house was redeveloped to create three individual homes. No. 4, the southern wing of Groton Place, has been further refurbished by the current owners to the most exacting of standards. The property retains many of the hallmarks and features associated with a property of this ilk and stature including an exposed brick fireplace with oak mantle, 9ft ceiling heights, double-hung sash windows, exposed timbers and studwork in addition to a large and impressive 16th Century wall painting. The accommodation is ideally suited as either a principle residence or weekend retreat. The principle residence is accompanied by further self-contained guest accommodation in the adjacent barn. Further benefits to the property include garaging, ample off-street parking and ornate south facing gardens offering an idyllic setting less than one mile from Boxford, one of the area's most favoured and well-served villages.
Four-panelled oak front door opening to:
DINING ROOM: 18' 5" x 11' 8" (5.62m x 3.57m) Forming what is believed to be the oldest part of the property dating from the 16th/17th Century with double-hung sash window to front providing an outstanding aspect over the terrace and south facing garden. Features include central exposed ceiling timber, 9ft ceiling heights, deep skirting, engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating and exposed brick fireplace with oak mantle over. Door to useful under stair storage recess with tiled flooring and staircase off.
SITTING ROOM: 16' 9" x 16' 7" (5.13m x 5.07m) Enjoying a dual south and westerly aspect with double-hung sash windows to front and side elevations providing stunning views over the garden to front and fields beyond. Notable features include a range of exposed timbers and studwork, oak framing to the westerly window, engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating, bespoke book case and limestone fireplace with hearth, surround and mantle over with inset wood burning stove.
KITCHEN: 15' 7" x 9' 3" (4.75m x 2.84m) A bespoke kitchen by Anglia Factors comprising a matching range of soft-close solid wood base and wall units comprising corner units, deep pan drawers, integral roller shelving and curved corner units with granite preparation services and upstands above. Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and separate Grohe Blue filtered water tap, water softener beneath and casement window to side. Fitted appliances include a wall height Neff oven with grill above, five-ring Neff ceramic hob with extraction over, full height Bosch fridge, separate freezer and Miele dishwasher. Jerusalem limestone tiles with electric underfloor heating throughout, range of LED spotlights and French doors opening to garden.
LANDING: Enjoying 9ft ceiling heights, exceptionally preserved historic 16th Century wall painting, evidence of exposed timberwork and hatch to loft. Door to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 16' 0" x 11' 11" (4.88m x 3.65m) A bright, dual aspect master suite with double-hung sash windows to front and side with uninterrupted views over distant farmland, deep skirting and 9ft ceiling heights. Door to:
DRESSING ROOM: With attached hanging rails and range of fitted wardrobes.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 9' 8" x 4' 7" (2.96m x 1.40m) Principally tiled and fitted with ceramic WC, pedestal wash handbasin and fully tiled separately screened shower unit with wall-mounted chrome shower attachment and extraction above. Wall-mounted heated towel rail.
BEDROOM 2: 16' 2" x 8' 9" (4.95m x 2.67m) With casement window to side affording open views over adjacent paddock land with finely preserved exposed timber and studwork.
BEDROOM 3: 10' 0" x 8' 5" (3.05m x 2.59m) A versatile room, currently being used as a study. With double-hung sash window to south facing front elevation affording views over the gardens, evidence of exposed timberwork.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 8' 4" x 7' 8" (2.56m x 2.36m) Principally tiled and fitted with ceramic WC, pedestal wash handbasin and bath with hand-held shower attachment over. Wall-mounted heated towel rail. Double-hung sash window to front and LED spotlights.
Outside The property is tucked away from view, accessed via a discrete lane with five-bar gate opening into an area of shingled off-street parking for approximately three vehicles. Direct access is provided to the:
GUEST ACCOMMODATION: A black weatherboard traditional barn beneath an original slate roof. Door to:
KITCHENETTE: 19' 10" x 9' 1" (6.07m x 2.77m) Recently fitted with a matching range of low maintenance, gloss fronted base and wall units with chrome handles with wood-effect worktops over and tiling above. Stainless steel single sink unit with mixer tap and fitted appliances including a Lamona oven with four-ring ceramic hob over and extraction above and base level fridge. Space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Fitted useful under stair storage recess and staircase rising to:
LANDING: With Velux skylight, exposed timberwork and further fitted storage. Double doors to:
BEDROOM 4: 19' 0" x 10' 11" (5.80m x 3.34m) A beautiful and spacious guest bedroom with three Velux windows, exposed timber crossbeams and oak skirting.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 9' 7" x 5' 2" (2.94m x 1.58m) Recently fitted with ceramic WC, pedestal wash handbasin and one-and-a-half width separately screened shower with wall-mounted chrome shower attachment. Casement window to side overlooking garden and paddock land beyond.
GARAGE: 20' 9" x 9' 4" (6.34m x 2.87m) With twin hinged doors to front, light and power connected and also housing boiler, fuse board and ancillary services to the guest accommodation.
GARDEN The private, tranquil garden is ideally placed for the midday to late afternoon sun with an exceptionally placed terrace screened by border hedging with the gardens producing colour throughout the year. There are various paths and walkways interspersed by a central lawn with diverse flower beds, mature trees, rose arches and additional seating areas with buildings including a greenhouse with tiled flooring and power connected, useful timber framed external store and octagonal summer house with lead roof.
SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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