Spacious detached farm house with stunning views across open countryside. The house sits on a plot of 1.1 acres and includes a detached home games room / gym.
Dating back to the 14th century, with later enhancements in the 16th and 18th centuries, Peartree Hall stands as a substantial timber-framed residence set within grounds of 1.1 acre and surrounded by open countryside.
Upon entering this lovely period gem, you are greeted by a welcoming homely feel that radiates through the property. The hall itself links through to the ground floor accommodation where three reception rooms offer several places to relax. The exceptionally spacious drawing room has a large inglenook fireplace with triple aspect enjoying views of the rear, side and front gardens. A dining room forms part of the original house and features an exposed brick fireplace whilst the snug/office, situated opposite, is the perfect space to work from home.
Next to the dining room is the beautiful country style kitchen fitted with an impressive Everhot heat storage Aga style range cooker and bespoke units with Iroko worktops. An island unit creates a sociable area within the kitchen whilst the utility room provides space for washing facilities.
The first-floor accommodation is split into two areas by separate staircases. The principal staircase leads to a spacious landing with views of the rear garden. A principal bedroom suites awaits, carefully designed to incorporate a bedroom with separate dressing room and en-suite. Alongside the principal bedroom is bedroom two, a room with a dual aspect and walk in wardrobe. Also on this side of the dwelling is the luxurious family bathroom which has been upgraded in recent years to provide a full suite including an oval bath, shower, heritage hand basin and television set into the wall. Ascending the secondary staircase at the other end of the house you find yourself on a landing that provides access into two bright and spacious double bedrooms. Bedroom three has a dual aspect, walk in wardrobe and additional roof storage with power connected, each of these bedrooms has a pleasant aspect over looking the grounds.
The house is well set back from Coggeshall Road and approached via a 45 meter gravelled driveway that opens to a large parking area. In all, the grounds extend to 1.1 acre with a large front garden that offers excellent privacy behind mature hedge forming the boundaries. A large lawn area awaits in the rear garden where you will find stunning, uninterrupted views of open countryside to the rear. To the side of the dwelling is a useful outbuilding divided in two rooms which are a large games room / gym and a smaller studio, this space is also perfect for a large office or for running a small business separate from your home. Attached to this outbuilding is an open log store. Planning permission has previously been passed to demolish and rebuild the outbuilding creating a 1 bedroom annex. (Planning ref 18/00858/FUL)
Situated discreetly off Coggeshall Road, bridging Earls Colne and Coggeshall, the residence offers captivating vistas of the rolling Essex countryside. Nearby Earls Colne boasts a Heritage Museum, a selection of footpaths gracing the surrounding countryside, and the nearby Chalkney Wood. Further amenities include golf courses, eateries, and pubs, along with a selection of shops. For more comprehensive offerings, Colchester stands as a nearby hub, hosting diverse shopping centers, recreational facilities, and esteemed private schools such as Gosfield, Holmwood House Prep School at Lexden, Colchester Royal Grammar School, and Colchester County High School for Girls. Educational provisions in Earls Colne encompass a Primary and Nursery School within close proximity, along with a GP surgery.
Commuters will find convenience in the property's proximity to Kelvedon, Marks Tey, and Witham train stations, facilitating swift connections to London Liverpool Street station. By road, the A120 offers seamless access to the A12 northward and the M11 to the south providing easy access to Stansted Airport taking approximately 30 - 40 minutes journey time.
Earls Colne is situated in the heart of the Colne Valley which has some of the prettiest countryside in the County with plenty of opportunities for walks and riding.
It is well placed for the commuter being within easy reach of Kelvedon Station and Marks Tey stations with the journey to Liverpool Street taking some 50 - 60 minutes. En-route to Kelvedon, one crosses the A120 trunk road which serves Braintree, Dunmow, Stansted Airport (approx. journey time of 30-40 mins) and the M11.
The market towns of Halstead and Coggeshall are both situated approximately 4 miles away which offer extensive shopping and dining facilities.
The region boasts a significant number of secondary and primary schools as well as colleges and nurseries. There are well-renowned private schools within easy reach and some of the country’s leading grammar schools in Colchester and Chelmsford.
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Drawing Room 5.60m x 9.08m (18' 4" x 29' 9")
Dining Room 4.40m x 6.01m (14' 5" x 19' 9")
Kitchen 4.40m x 4.05m (14' 5" x 13' 3")
Utility Room 2.16m x 2.20m (7' 1" x 7' 3")
Boiler Room 2.13m x 2.20m (7' 0" x 7' 3")
Snug/Office 3.23m x 2.59m (10' 7" x 8' 6")
Ground Floor Cloakroom
Landing 4.56m x 1.67m (15' 0" x 5' 6")
Principal Bedroom 4.66m x 4.12m (15' 3" x 13' 6")
Dressing Room 2.54m x 1.60m (8' 4" x 5' 3")
Bedroom Two 4.56m x 3.47m (15' 0" x 11' 5")
Family Bathroom 1.92m x 3.91m (6' 4" x 12' 10")
Bedroom Three 5.32m x 3.38m (17' 5" x 11' 1")
Bedroom Four 4.47m x 2.62m (14' 8" x 8' 7")
Detached Games room / gym/Office 7.31m x 3.67m (24' 0" x 12' 0")
Studio 2.82m x 3.67m (9' 3" x 12' 0")
Log Store 4.42m x 1.84m (14' 6" x 6' 0")
Agents Note Please note this property is a listed building meaning it is of local or national historical interest. It is important to understand that there may be restrictions on what works can be carried out on the property and listed building consent may be required. There are many mis-understandings surrounding listed buildings therefore we would advise visiting www.historicengland.org.uk for more information.