Mill Road, Stambourne ( For Sale ) Guide Price £835,000

Detached House         4 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        3 reception room(s)

The Mill House is an attractive and impeccably presented unlisted period property displaying fine architectural and period detailing throughout, and offers practical and versatile family accommodation. Beautiful landscaped gardens with stunning open views, workshop, double garage and ample parking.

Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Stunning detached unlisted period property
  • Fine period detailing to include stained glass windows
  • Open fires and exposed beams
  • Three reception rooms
  • Four bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Delightful landscaped gardens
  • Studio/workshop
  • Detached double garage and ample parking
  • Superb open field views
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

The Mill House is an exquisite detached property dating from the 17th century with a substantial 19th century addition on the easterly aspect, the gardens are a true delight and the property enjoys a tranquil position on the periphery of this popular village with far reaching views in all directions across open fields. The property displays numerous attractive architectural details that include stained glass sash windows, elm floorboards, wide panelled doors, exposed timber framing, detailed ceiling cornices and ceiling roses.

The property is entered via a wide glazed and panelled door which has attractive stained glass panels leading to the reception hall, which has an ornate staircase with a curved mahogany hand rail rising to the first floor. The drawing room is absolutely delightful, and is housed in the later addition and has a south and easterly aspect, high ceilings, and a large bay and sash window with stained glass detailing. There is an elegant fireplace providing a focal point with a marble surround and slate hearth, upon which is a wood burning stove, either side of which are two attractive curved recessed book cases.

The dining room is entered from the reception hall and has a sash window to the front elevation, wide elm floorboards, a red brick fire place and exposed beams to the wall and a door to the ancillary reception hall. This is a charming space, with a second staircase rising to the first floor and a further door with stained glass panels, and a door to the study/snug. This is a cosy room with a sash window to the front and an attractive fireplace with a detailed wooden surround and a marble hearth.

The kitchen/breakfast room is situated at the rear of the property, and forms the heart of the house, and has attractive quarry tiling to the floor, and is fitted with a range of bespoke painted units and granite worktops, Belfast sink and integral appliances to include a slide and hide Neff oven, Neff dishwasher and an induction hob. A Rayburn cooker is housed in a tiled recess and there is a bespoke dresser unit with a retracting breakfast bar. The room has views to the gardens and fields beyond, and a ledge and board door accesses a pantry with a brick floor and further bespoke storage units and a circular sink. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen, and has a Belfast sink, tiled floor and plumbing for a washing machine, beyond here is a cloakroom, and a door to the cellar from the reception hall.

The first floor is equally charming and accessed via two staircases, with the principal stair rising to a fabulous galleried, split level landing, which has delightful stained glass window features and a dual aspect giving views to the fields. The main bedroom is particularly impressive, with a high ceiling, detailed cornicing and ceiling rose, and two sash windows with stained glass detailing. There is a fire place with an ornate surround, flanked by a walk in wardrobe and a well-appointed en-suite shower room.

There are three further bedrooms, two of which are situated at the front elevation, and have wide elm floorboards, part vaulted ceilings and views to the front garden and fields beyond. The fourth bedroom is at the rear of the property and has exposed floorboards and an appealing chimney breast. These bedrooms are served by a lavishly appointed family bathroom which has a free standing roll top bath and a matching three piece suite, there is an appealing red brick chimney breast which segregates the room and a practical laundry cupboard.

Immediately to the rear of the property is an impressive workshop/studio, which is equipped with power and light, and could be utilised in a number of ways, and would make a very useful home office if desired.

The gardens are distinctly segregated into structured compartments which provide year round interest and colour, and are truly impressive and a great credit to the current owners. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large terrace which can be accessed from the kitchen, making it perfect for large scale entertaining. Beyond this are neatly manicured lawns which are interspersed with geometrically shaped herbaceous borders. To the rear boundary are attractive mixed hedges, beyond which are fabulous uninterrupted field views.

To the side is neatly clipped yew hedge, which flanks an ornate rose garden which has a central arbour as a focal point, and gravel paths between the beds leading to a seating area beneath the arbour.

The front gardens are equally charming, there is a metal gate and a gravel path which winds its way to the two front doors, the path is flanked by impressively stocked herbaceous borders, with obelisks and two grand topiary yew bushes. There is an oak porch and a charming loggia to the front of the house which is adorned with climbing roses.

To the side of the house there are further expanses of manicured lawn, topiary bushes, densely stocked herbaceous borders and an attractive circular terrace. In addition there is a summer house within a private garden compartment that overlooks an ornate fish pond. Two mature horse chestnut trees separate the parking area, which is accessed via a five bar gate and leads to the detached double garage, which is equipped with power and light, and has an electric roller door.

It would be fair to say that the gardens are truly beautiful and are a credit to the current owners, and provide a haven of peace for the occupants.



RECEPTION HALL 12' 5" x 6' 6" (3.80m x 2.0m)

DRAWING ROOM 16' 8" x 15' 5" (5.10m x 4.70m)

DINING ROOM 12' 5" x 12' 5" (3.80m x 3.80m)

STUDY/SNUG 12' 5" x 12' 5" (3.80m x 3.80m)

ENTRANCE HALL 12' 5" x 5' 10" (3.80m x 1.80m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 11" x 9' 8" (4.56m x 2.95m)

PANTRY 9' 8" x 7' 8" (2.95m x 2.35m)

UTILITY ROOM 9' 8" x 7' 8" (2.95m x 2.35m)

CLOAKROOM

CELLAR 16' 4" x 14' 1" (5.00m x 4.30m)

PRINCIPAL SUITE 15' 8" x 14' 5" (4.80m x 4.40m)

ENSUITE

BEDROOM 12' 9" x 12' 3" (3.90m x 3.75m)

BEDROOM 12' 9" x 12' 3" (3.90m x 3.75m)

BEDROOM 9' 8" x 8' 0" (2.95m x 2.45m)

BATHROOM

STUDIO/WORKSHOP 17' 8" x 8' 2" (5.40m x 2.50m)

DOUBLE GARAGE 18' 0" x 16' 0" (5.50m x 4.90m)


Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Stunning detached unlisted period property
  • Fine period detailing to include stained glass windows
  • Open fires and exposed beams
  • Three reception rooms
  • Four bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Delightful landscaped gardens
  • Studio/workshop
  • Detached double garage and ample parking
  • Superb open field views
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

The Mill House is an exquisite detached property dating from the 17th century with a substantial 19th century addition on the easterly aspect, the gardens are a true delight and the property enjoys a tranquil position on the periphery of this popular village with far reaching views in all directions across open fields. The property displays numerous attractive architectural details that include stained glass sash windows, elm floorboards, wide panelled doors, exposed timber framing, detailed ceiling cornices and ceiling roses.

The property is entered via a wide glazed and panelled door which has attractive stained glass panels leading to the reception hall, which has an ornate staircase with a curved mahogany hand rail rising to the first floor. The drawing room is absolutely delightful, and is housed in the later addition and has a south and easterly aspect, high ceilings, and a large bay and sash window with stained glass detailing. There is an elegant fireplace providing a focal point with a marble surround and slate hearth, upon which is a wood burning stove, either side of which are two attractive curved recessed book cases.

The dining room is entered from the reception hall and has a sash window to the front elevation, wide elm floorboards, a red brick fire place and exposed beams to the wall and a door to the ancillary reception hall. This is a charming space, with a second staircase rising to the first floor and a further door with stained glass panels, and a door to the study/snug. This is a cosy room with a sash window to the front and an attractive fireplace with a detailed wooden surround and a marble hearth.

The kitchen/breakfast room is situated at the rear of the property, and forms the heart of the house, and has attractive quarry tiling to the floor, and is fitted with a range of bespoke painted units and granite worktops, Belfast sink and integral appliances to include a slide and hide Neff oven, Neff dishwasher and an induction hob. A Rayburn cooker is housed in a tiled recess and there is a bespoke dresser unit with a retracting breakfast bar. The room has views to the gardens and fields beyond, and a ledge and board door accesses a pantry with a brick floor and further bespoke storage units and a circular sink. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen, and has a Belfast sink, tiled floor and plumbing for a washing machine, beyond here is a cloakroom, and a door to the cellar from the reception hall.

The first floor is equally charming and accessed via two staircases, with the principal stair rising to a fabulous galleried, split level landing, which has delightful stained glass window features and a dual aspect giving views to the fields. The main bedroom is particularly impressive, with a high ceiling, detailed cornicing and ceiling rose, and two sash windows with stained glass detailing. There is a fire place with an ornate surround, flanked by a walk in wardrobe and a well-appointed en-suite shower room.

There are three further bedrooms, two of which are situated at the front elevation, and have wide elm floorboards, part vaulted ceilings and views to the front garden and fields beyond. The fourth bedroom is at the rear of the property and has exposed floorboards and an appealing chimney breast. These bedrooms are served by a lavishly appointed family bathroom which has a free standing roll top bath and a matching three piece suite, there is an appealing red brick chimney breast which segregates the room and a practical laundry cupboard.

Immediately to the rear of the property is an impressive workshop/studio, which is equipped with power and light, and could be utilised in a number of ways, and would make a very useful home office if desired.

The gardens are distinctly segregated into structured compartments which provide year round interest and colour, and are truly impressive and a great credit to the current owners. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large terrace which can be accessed from the kitchen, making it perfect for large scale entertaining. Beyond this are neatly manicured lawns which are interspersed with geometrically shaped herbaceous borders. To the rear boundary are attractive mixed hedges, beyond which are fabulous uninterrupted field views.

To the side is neatly clipped yew hedge, which flanks an ornate rose garden which has a central arbour as a focal point, and gravel paths between the beds leading to a seating area beneath the arbour.

The front gardens are equally charming, there is a metal gate and a gravel path which winds its way to the two front doors, the path is flanked by impressively stocked herbaceous borders, with obelisks and two grand topiary yew bushes. There is an oak porch and a charming loggia to the front of the house which is adorned with climbing roses.

To the side of the house there are further expanses of manicured lawn, topiary bushes, densely stocked herbaceous borders and an attractive circular terrace. In addition there is a summer house within a private garden compartment that overlooks an ornate fish pond. Two mature horse chestnut trees separate the parking area, which is accessed via a five bar gate and leads to the detached double garage, which is equipped with power and light, and has an electric roller door.

It would be fair to say that the gardens are truly beautiful and are a credit to the current owners, and provide a haven of peace for the occupants.



RECEPTION HALL 12' 5" x 6' 6" (3.80m x 2.0m)

DRAWING ROOM 16' 8" x 15' 5" (5.10m x 4.70m)

DINING ROOM 12' 5" x 12' 5" (3.80m x 3.80m)

STUDY/SNUG 12' 5" x 12' 5" (3.80m x 3.80m)

ENTRANCE HALL 12' 5" x 5' 10" (3.80m x 1.80m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 11" x 9' 8" (4.56m x 2.95m)

PANTRY 9' 8" x 7' 8" (2.95m x 2.35m)

UTILITY ROOM 9' 8" x 7' 8" (2.95m x 2.35m)

CLOAKROOM

CELLAR 16' 4" x 14' 1" (5.00m x 4.30m)

PRINCIPAL SUITE 15' 8" x 14' 5" (4.80m x 4.40m)

ENSUITE

BEDROOM 12' 9" x 12' 3" (3.90m x 3.75m)

BEDROOM 12' 9" x 12' 3" (3.90m x 3.75m)

BEDROOM 9' 8" x 8' 0" (2.95m x 2.45m)

BATHROOM

STUDIO/WORKSHOP 17' 8" x 8' 2" (5.40m x 2.50m)

DOUBLE GARAGE 18' 0" x 16' 0" (5.50m x 4.90m)

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Phone us on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


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