- Heavily timbered barn
- Four generous reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room
- 3 further bedrooms
- Stable block with four loose boxes
- Triple bay cart lodge
- Delightful grounds approaching 4 acres including substantial paddock with post and rail fencing
General information This character home has impressive reception rooms with vaulted ceilings and of particular merit are the garden and grounds approaching 4 acres providing a delightful setting to the property
Brook Farm is set back from the Sudbury Road and has accommodation briefly comprising an entrance vestibule opening onto the living room, an impressive room full of character, exposed timbers, studwork and vaulted ceiling. There is a central red brick fireplace with inset stove, stairflight to first floor and large picture windows to rear. The dining room has dual aspect windows giving lovely views over the gardens, exposed timbers and there is a cloaks area with door to cloakroom with low level wc and wash basin. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of Corian worksurfaces with a good array of cupboards, drawers and space under, and integrated appliances including dishwasher, four ring ceramic hob, central plate warmer with cooker hood over, microwave and space for an American style fridge freezer. There are exposed timbers and brickwork, walk in pantry and rear porch giving access to the garden. The office/study has red brick chimney breast and exposed timbers, dual aspect windows and glazed double doors opening out onto the sitting room with red brick chimney breast and dual aspect windows.
On the first floor is the galleried landing with views over the living room and doors leading to the remainder of the bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes, dressing table, storage cupboards, exposed timbers and delightful views over the garden and grounds. There is an en suite shower room with tiled shower cubicle, vanity unit with inset wash basin and low level wc. Bedroom two has exposed timbers and walk in wardrobe with insulated copper cylinder, bedroom 3 has a double fitted wardrobe and bedside cabinet with storage cupboards to one side and door leading to bedroom 4 with a range of built in wardrobes. There is a spacious bathroom with jacuzzi style bath, tiled shower cubicle, wash basin and low level wc.
Living room 33' 6" x 22' 6" (10.21m x 6.86m)
Office/study 21' x 9' 6" (6.4m x 2.9m)
Sitting room 21' x 16' 4" (6.4m x 4.98m)
Dining room 20' 6" x 9' 4" (6.25m x 2.84m)
Kitchen 18' x 15' 3" (5.49m x 4.65m)
Master bedroom 15' x 13' (4.57m x 3.96m)
Ensuite 8' 5" x 6' 6" (2.57m x 1.98m)
Bedroom 14' 6" x 6' (4.42m x 1.83m)
Bedroom 14' 6" x 9' 8" (4.42m x 2.95m)
Bedroom 11' 5" x 9' 6" (3.48m x 2.9m)
Bathroom 10' x 6' (3.05m x 1.83m)
The outside As previously mentioned Brook Farm is set back from the road with two vehicular accesses, one of which has a long gravel driveway leading to the rear of the property where there is a block paved driveway providing parking space for numerous vehicles giving access to the triple bay cartlodge and stable block comprising of four "Homefield" stables with power and light connected.
At the immediate rear of the property is a generous garden area with its terraces and seating area, well stocked planted borders and cottage style garden/vegetable area to the rear.
The gardens then open onto a sizeable rear paddock with post and rail fencing, field shelter, summerhouse, pergola and pond.
The grounds provide a delightful and generally secluded setting to Brook Farm and we are advised that outline planning permission for two additional properties has been granted under planning ref DC/17/05831 although it may be noted that a covenant exists restricting the use of Brook Farm and the land within the boundaries to be used as a dwelling house - further enquiries regarding the covenant should be made by a prospective purchasers legal representative.
Where? Newton is a pleasant, small village renowned for its village green and golf course and is conveniently situated for both Sudbury and Colchester.
Sudbury is a highly regarded market town on the Essex/Suffolk border with a strong sense of community, twice weekly market and branch railway line connecting to the mainline at Marks Tey.
Colchester itself is within comfortable driving distance with an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities and its own mainline railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street station.
Important information We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property and there is oil fired heating to radiators.
Council tax band - F
Tenure - Freehold
Method of sale - private treaty
EPC : E
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