Radwinter, Saffron Walden
Main DescriptionA beautifully presented family home that in part dates back to the 16th century with later additions, creating a wonderful combination of old and new.
A beautifully presented family home that in part dates back to the 16th century with later additions, creating a wonderful combination of old and new. The property is not listed and could therefore be extended further subject to planning. With gated driveway parking for a number of cars and an attractive detached barn, the property sits in mature grounds of approximately 1.6 acres.
The bright and spacious hallway is centrally located with underfloor heating, a tiled floor, attractive porthole window and leads to the large and very light kitchen/breakfast room, also with underfloor heating. The fitted units are country style and hand painted with granite work surface over, incorporating an inset stainless steel sink, an oil fired aga, space for fridge freezer and freestanding dishwasher. Doors lead from both the kitchen and the breakfast area out to the garden and patio area. There is a good sized separate utility room with water softener and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and a newly fitted cloakroom. The older part of the house consists of a double reception room with an inglenook fireplace and
attractive exposed beams along with a large dining room also with inglenook fireplace and pretty sash windows. Both rooms have good ceiling height. Leading off the reception room is a study/games room with double doors into the garden.
On the first floor, the wonderfully light galleried landing leads to 4 double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting from a large dressing room incorporating built in cupboards. The two separate bathrooms are a good size and would benefit from updating.
The five-bar gated entrance leads to a brick driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles and an attractive barn style garage currently used for storage. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature trees, a large pond, a treehouse and two separate bridges that lead over a stream into the paddock. The total plot extends to approximately 1.6 acres.
Situated on the edge of the well serviced village of Radwinter which includes the popular Plough Public House, Post Office, village hall, primary school, cricket field, playground, tennis and basket ball court, football pitch and new BMX track. The market town of Saffron Walden is within 5 miles with a thriving twice weekly market, an excellent range of leisure facilities including an 800 seat concert hall, a cinema and an 18 hole golf course, and an abundance of shops, coffee bars and restaurants. Audley End mailine station is within 8 miles providing a regular service to London's Liverpool Street in approximately 55 minutes. The highly regarded County High School in Saffron Walden is within catchment.
From Saffron Walden leave via the Radwinter Road passing the Tesco Store. Continue through the village of Sewards End. On entering Radwinter, continue through the village passing The Plough Public House on the right. The road then bends to the right and Pantbrook House is directly after Brook Farm Riding Stables on the right hand side.
Services: Mains water, electricity and oil fired central heating. Drainage by a septic tank.
Local Authority: Uttlesford District Council
Council Tax: Band G