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Asking Price Of £995,000

Station Hill, Bures, CO8 5DD

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  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    4

Part of our Signature collection, this beautifully presented Grade II listed character property situated in the heart of the highly sought after village of Bures, offers a fantastic fusion of character features with modern amenities, following extensive renovation throughout.

This beautifully presented Grade II listed character property situated in the heart of the highly sought after village of Bures, offers a fantastic fusion of character features with modern amenities, following extensive renovation throughout. Set on a well established plot within walking distance of the village amenities, including a popular Primary School, the property offers the perfect countryside commute within walking distance to Bures train station, with hourly trains to London Liverpool Street taking 75 mins. The property boasts a large handmade kitchen, four reception rooms including a cinema room, four/five bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a wine room adjacent to the dining room, rear boot room / utility area, ample off-street parking and private walled gardens to the rear.

Upon entering the property through a glass framed porch, you arrive into the heart of the house which is the open plan handmade kitchen. The room enjoys a garden aspect outlook and extends into the orangery style extension, flooding the area in natural light.

The kitchen comprises ample work surfaces and storage areas, a solid wood central island, a butler style sink with mixer tap, free standing range style cooker, integrated appliances and underfloor heating throughout. The breakfast area with uninterrupted views of the rear gardens, features French doors leading out onto the courtyard seating area and beyond.

The kitchen has a secondary staircase leading up to the cinema room. The cinema room has a dual aspect outlook and a balcony set to the rear overlooking the walled gardens and countryside beyond. It features a vaulted apex ceiling and a feature skylight. Returning to the ground floor, you are led into the original part of the property where you are welcomed into the dining room with exposed timbers and adjacent wine room, making it the perfect entertaining space. The adjoining formal reception room enjoys an impressive exposed brick inglenook fireplace with a wood burner, and a dual aspect outlook to both the side and front. Leading through to the study at the rear of the property, you bypass a conveniently positioned downstairs cloakroom. The study itself provides access through a feature glass door into the rear boot room, utility area and the ground floor shower room, which is composed of a three-piece suite and underfloor heating. This area has direct access to the rear courtyard via a stable door, providing isolated access to utilities for garden gatherings. The study area also leads to a reception room/bedroom at the front of the property, with a dual aspect to both the front and side. The room enjoys an exposed brick fireplace with wood burner, easy access to the downstairs bathroom and has the optional benefit of its own entrance via the original front door.

Ascending to the first floor the staircase is lit by an overhead Velux window which floods the staircase in natural light. The landing features beautiful structural oaks leading to all bedrooms. The master bedroom with a frontal aspect, boasts original solid elm floors, an original cast iron fireplace and small vestibule which could be transformed into a dressing room. Bedroom two also has a front aspect, whilst bedroom three and bedroom four with adjoining playroom/dressing room are set to the rear, alongside the family bathroom which consists of a four-piece suite including a feature cast iron bath.

Outside
The property is accessed off the road via a shingle driveway and has been landscaped to allow ample parking, within an attractive retaining wall. A side gate provides access to the rear private garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with mature flower beds, shrub borders and exposed original brick walls. The shingled courtyard area set immediately to the rear, can be accessed via the kitchen or the rear boot room. The garden also plays host to a timber framed storage shed and ample woodshed to the rear left boundaries. The quintessential walled garden benefits from undisturbed summer sunshine and picturesque sunsets and is surrounded by the manicured grounds and tennis court of the neighbouring property.

Important Information

Council Tax Band – F
Services – We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure – Freehold
EPC Exempt
Our ref – OJG

Features

  • Four/five bedrooms
  • Home office
  • Wine room adjacent to dining room
  • Two and a half bathrooms
  • Rear boot room/utility area
  • Combination of Cast iron radiators and underfloor heating
  • Ample off street parking
  • Private walled garden
  • Central village location
  • Walking distance to commuter link train to London Liverpool Street in 75 minutes

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