Nunnery Street, Castle Hedingham ( Let Agreed ) £2,000 pcm

Farm House         5 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        3 reception room(s)

An attractive listed farmhouse in a sought after village offering spacious family accommodation with attractive period features. Large south & west facing gardens, extensive parking, use of 2 bay cart lodge. Potential grazing available by request. Available February 2021 long term.

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


Features:

  • Delightful listed farmhouse in popular and sought after village
  • Versatile and spacious family accommodation
  • Attractive period features throughout
  • Three reception rooms
  • Five bedrooms & two bathrooms
  • Large south & west facing grounds
  • Extensive parking
  • Grazing may be available by request
  • Available long term from February 2021
  • Viewings commencing 22/02/2021

Nunnery farm is an attractive Grade II listed farmhouse enjoying a pleasant position on the periphery of this popular and sought after village. The property offers extensive accommodation of a versatile nature and displays fine original period detailing throughout.

An impressive four panel door with glazed aperture above accesses the reception hall, which has the original brick flooring throughout and panelled doors to the principal reception rooms. The drawing room benefits from a dual aspect with views to the garden, and has a central spine beam, exposed floorboards and a brick open fire place, which is flanked by a large cupboard. The dining room is situated to the front elevation and has attractive panelling, an exposed spine beam, floorboards, a large cupboard and an adjoining door to the study. The study is particularly useful room and has impressive oak framework on display to the ceiling, and can also be accessed from the rear hall.

The breakfast room is adjacent to the kitchen and has an attractive brick floor, beams to the outside wall, a brick fire and views to the courtyard. There is a carved arch bracket with detailed carvings which are thought to date back to the 13th century. Beyond here is a well-appointed kitchen, fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units, a range cooker, Rayburn cooking range, double drainer sink, and a dishwasher. Immediately adjacent is a large utility/boot room which has a door to the rear, a butlers sink and plumbing for a washing machine. Adjacent to the boot room is a spacious and practical pantry, fitted with shelves and its attractive original brick floor, and has a door back to the breakfast room. There is a spacious cloakroom with storage cupboards accessed from the reception hall, and a stable door from the hall to the south facing courtyard. In addition a cellar provides further useful storage space.

The first floor is equally appealing and spacious, having a large landing accessing the bedrooms. There are five well-proportioned bedrooms, some of which have wardrobe space, which are served by a family shower room with an oversized cubicle and matching suite, and a further family bathroom which has built in cupboards.

Nunnery Farm is approached via a winding gravel drive which is flanked by large expanses of lawn, and has an attractive red brick wall to its northerly aspect. There is extensive parking to both the front and sides of the property, and there is use of two bays of a cart lodge for storage purposes. There is an attractive grass quadrant to the easterly elevation which has a useful brick and tiled storage building.

The grounds benefit from a south and westerly aspect allowing them to take advantage of the all-day sun with an open aspect overlooking meadow land. A delightful paved courtyard provides a perfect entertaining space to the rear of the property and is flanked by beds stocked with a variety of herbs. There is a partly walled vegetable garden, beyond which are large expanses of lawn and a variety of native trees. To the front of the property are well stocked herbaceous borders, and of particular note is a large wisteria on the flank wall of the house.

Agents Notes:

The electrical supply is supplemented by a bank of solar panels situated in the meadow beyond.

The Rayburn has a separate oil supply, however the heating and water are connected to a main gas supply.

The landlord would consider allowing the occupants to use a nearby meadow for the grazing of sheep, however the tenant would be responsible for fencing and security.


RECEPTION HALL 28' 2" x 3' 11" (8.60m x 1.20m)

DRAWING ROOM 20' 11" x 13' 9" (6.40m x 4.20m)

DINING ROOM 15' 1" x 14' 11" (4.60m x 4.55m)

BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 3" x 12' 3" (4.35m x 3.75m)

STUDY 15' 1" x 6' 2" (4.60m x 1.90m)

KITCHEN 13' 9" x 10' 9" (4.20m x 3.30m)

BOOT/UTILITY ROOM 11' 2" x 10' 5" (3.42m x 3.20m)

PANTRY 12' 3" x 8' 10" (3.75m x 2.70m)

CLOAKROOM

CELLAR 10' 5" x 10' 5" (3.20m x 3.20m)

REAR HALL 21' 1" x 3' 11" (6.45m x 1.20m)

BEDROOM 1 17' 0" x 13' 9" (5.20m x 4.20m)

BEDROOM 2 14' 3" x 10' 9" (4.35m x 3.30m)

BEDROOM 3 18' 0" x 9' 10" (5.50m x 3.0m)

BEDROOM 4 14' 1" x 10' 5" (4.30m x 3.20m)

BEDROOM 5 13' 9" x 6' 6" (4.20m x 2.0m)

FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 9' 10" x 7' 10" (3.0m x 2.40m)

FAMILY BATHROOM 13' 1" x 8' 0" (4.0m x 2.45m)


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:

  • Delightful listed farmhouse in popular and sought after village
  • Versatile and spacious family accommodation
  • Attractive period features throughout
  • Three reception rooms
  • Five bedrooms & two bathrooms
  • Large south & west facing grounds
  • Extensive parking
  • Grazing may be available by request
  • Available long term from February 2021
  • Viewings commencing 22/02/2021

Nunnery farm is an attractive Grade II listed farmhouse enjoying a pleasant position on the periphery of this popular and sought after village. The property offers extensive accommodation of a versatile nature and displays fine original period detailing throughout.

An impressive four panel door with glazed aperture above accesses the reception hall, which has the original brick flooring throughout and panelled doors to the principal reception rooms. The drawing room benefits from a dual aspect with views to the garden, and has a central spine beam, exposed floorboards and a brick open fire place, which is flanked by a large cupboard. The dining room is situated to the front elevation and has attractive panelling, an exposed spine beam, floorboards, a large cupboard and an adjoining door to the study. The study is particularly useful room and has impressive oak framework on display to the ceiling, and can also be accessed from the rear hall.

The breakfast room is adjacent to the kitchen and has an attractive brick floor, beams to the outside wall, a brick fire and views to the courtyard. There is a carved arch bracket with detailed carvings which are thought to date back to the 13th century. Beyond here is a well-appointed kitchen, fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units, a range cooker, Rayburn cooking range, double drainer sink, and a dishwasher. Immediately adjacent is a large utility/boot room which has a door to the rear, a butlers sink and plumbing for a washing machine. Adjacent to the boot room is a spacious and practical pantry, fitted with shelves and its attractive original brick floor, and has a door back to the breakfast room. There is a spacious cloakroom with storage cupboards accessed from the reception hall, and a stable door from the hall to the south facing courtyard. In addition a cellar provides further useful storage space.

The first floor is equally appealing and spacious, having a large landing accessing the bedrooms. There are five well-proportioned bedrooms, some of which have wardrobe space, which are served by a family shower room with an oversized cubicle and matching suite, and a further family bathroom which has built in cupboards.

Nunnery Farm is approached via a winding gravel drive which is flanked by large expanses of lawn, and has an attractive red brick wall to its northerly aspect. There is extensive parking to both the front and sides of the property, and there is use of two bays of a cart lodge for storage purposes. There is an attractive grass quadrant to the easterly elevation which has a useful brick and tiled storage building.

The grounds benefit from a south and westerly aspect allowing them to take advantage of the all-day sun with an open aspect overlooking meadow land. A delightful paved courtyard provides a perfect entertaining space to the rear of the property and is flanked by beds stocked with a variety of herbs. There is a partly walled vegetable garden, beyond which are large expanses of lawn and a variety of native trees. To the front of the property are well stocked herbaceous borders, and of particular note is a large wisteria on the flank wall of the house.

Agents Notes:

The electrical supply is supplemented by a bank of solar panels situated in the meadow beyond.

The Rayburn has a separate oil supply, however the heating and water are connected to a main gas supply.

The landlord would consider allowing the occupants to use a nearby meadow for the grazing of sheep, however the tenant would be responsible for fencing and security.


RECEPTION HALL 28' 2" x 3' 11" (8.60m x 1.20m)

DRAWING ROOM 20' 11" x 13' 9" (6.40m x 4.20m)

DINING ROOM 15' 1" x 14' 11" (4.60m x 4.55m)

BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 3" x 12' 3" (4.35m x 3.75m)

STUDY 15' 1" x 6' 2" (4.60m x 1.90m)

KITCHEN 13' 9" x 10' 9" (4.20m x 3.30m)

BOOT/UTILITY ROOM 11' 2" x 10' 5" (3.42m x 3.20m)

PANTRY 12' 3" x 8' 10" (3.75m x 2.70m)

CLOAKROOM

CELLAR 10' 5" x 10' 5" (3.20m x 3.20m)

REAR HALL 21' 1" x 3' 11" (6.45m x 1.20m)

BEDROOM 1 17' 0" x 13' 9" (5.20m x 4.20m)

BEDROOM 2 14' 3" x 10' 9" (4.35m x 3.30m)

BEDROOM 3 18' 0" x 9' 10" (5.50m x 3.0m)

BEDROOM 4 14' 1" x 10' 5" (4.30m x 3.20m)

BEDROOM 5 13' 9" x 6' 6" (4.20m x 2.0m)

FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 9' 10" x 7' 10" (3.0m x 2.40m)

FAMILY BATHROOM 13' 1" x 8' 0" (4.0m x 2.45m)

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


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