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Bush Road, Little Sampford, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10

  • 7 beds
Detached house

£1,400,000

  • 7 beds
Detached house
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Grade 2 listed olf farmhouse, with origins believed to date to C17 and offering just under 4000 sq. ft of accommodation, Bush Farm is a charming, timber-framed property providing a spacious home with a versatile layout and a wealth of charming, period features. On entering the hallway access is provided to three adjoining reception rooms which comprise a sitting room, linking to a drawing room and adjacent family room, all of which exhibit impressive exposed beams and posts, and attractive fireplaces. On the opposite side of the hall, a generous kitchen/breakfast room provides the hub of the home, with an archway offering an open access to a light-filled, relaxed dining room with views and access out to the garden. Ancillary space is provided in an adjacent utility which leads through to a sauna and shower room. A separate formal dining room offers the perfect setting to entertain family and friends and, along with an office, completes the lower level accommodation.

Two separate staircases rise to the first floor, which comprises one wing of four bedrooms and a family bathroom, where the principal bedroom has the benefit of en suite facilities. The corresponding upper floor section provides three further bedrooms and a bathroom with this arrangement offering options for use as a guest wing.

On the north-west fringes of the village of Little Sampford, the property has immediate access to walking, riding, and cycling routes in the glorious North Essex countryside. Local amenities are provided in nearby Great Sampford where there is a highly regarded primary school, village hall, cricket ground and play area, and the popular Red Lion Inn and Italian Restaurant. The historic town of Thaxted with its comprehensive range of shops and restaurants, school and church lie within easy reach, whilst the larger picturesque market town of Saffron Walden offers further facilities including independent shops, restaurants, a leisure centre and the well-regarded County High Secondary School. The main line station just outside Saffron Walden at Audley End provides commuters with an excellent rail link to London Stansted Airport and London Liverpool Street and road users will find the M11 motorway (junction 8) to be easily accessible to the south west.

Nestled in a tranquil setting, the property is approached via a five-bar gate, set in curved brick walls, which opens onto a driveway providing parking for vehicles and leading to the detached garaging and adjoining home-office. The landscaped grounds are well-designed and maintained and offer paved terracing, which enjoys a south and westerly aspect, with direct access from the drawing room linking the inside to the outside. Creating an attractive garden feature and forming an extension to the terrace, an area of rockery edges a formal pond, with aquatic planting and a decorative bridge offers a walkway over the water. A low brick wall with planting encircles a central lawned area and boundaries of post-and-rail fencing allow open vistas to the surrounding countryside. Outdoor dining and seating is also offered within a separate circular paved setting, adjoined by a naturalistic pond, whilst a number of majestic, mature trees provide dappled shade. A large barn within the grounds offers a raft of options for use depending on requirements.
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£1,400,000

7 bed house for sale

Bush Road, Little Sampford, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10


Grade 2 listed olf farmhouse, with origins believed to date to C17 and offering just under 4000 sq. ft of accommodation, Bush Farm is a charming, timber-framed property providing a spacious home with a versatile layout and a wealth of charming, period features. On entering the hallway access is provided to three adjoining reception rooms which comprise a sitting room, linking to a drawing room and adjacent family room, all of which exhibit impressive exposed beams and posts, and attractive fireplaces. On the opposite side of the hall, a generous kitchen/breakfast room provides the hub of the home, with an archway offering an open access to a light-filled, relaxed dining room with views and access out to the garden. Ancillary space is provided in an adjacent utility which leads through to a sauna and shower room. A separate formal dining room offers the perfect setting to entertain family and friends and, along with an office, completes the lower level accommodation.

Two separate staircases rise to the first floor, which comprises one wing of four bedrooms and a family bathroom, where the principal bedroom has the benefit of en suite facilities. The corresponding upper floor section provides three further bedrooms and a bathroom with this arrangement offering options for use as a guest wing.

On the north-west fringes of the village of Little Sampford, the property has immediate access to walking, riding, and cycling routes in the glorious North Essex countryside. Local amenities are provided in nearby Great Sampford where there is a highly regarded primary school, village hall, cricket ground and play area, and the popular Red Lion Inn and Italian Restaurant. The historic town of Thaxted with its comprehensive range of shops and restaurants, school and church lie within easy reach, whilst the larger picturesque market town of Saffron Walden offers further facilities including independent shops, restaurants, a leisure centre and the well-regarded County High Secondary School. The main line station just outside Saffron Walden at Audley End provides commuters with an excellent rail link to London Stansted Airport and London Liverpool Street and road users will find the M11 motorway (junction 8) to be easily accessible to the south west.

Nestled in a tranquil setting, the property is approached via a five-bar gate, set in curved brick walls, which opens onto a driveway providing parking for vehicles and leading to the detached garaging and adjoining home-office. The landscaped grounds are well-designed and maintained and offer paved terracing, which enjoys a south and westerly aspect, with direct access from the drawing room linking the inside to the outside. Creating an attractive garden feature and forming an extension to the terrace, an area of rockery edges a formal pond, with aquatic planting and a decorative bridge offers a walkway over the water. A low brick wall with planting encircles a central lawned area and boundaries of post-and-rail fencing allow open vistas to the surrounding countryside. Outdoor dining and seating is also offered within a separate circular paved setting, adjoined by a naturalistic pond, whilst a number of majestic, mature trees provide dappled shade. A large barn within the grounds offers a raft of options for use depending on requirements.