Folio: 14678 A handsome, Grade II listed village house in the heart of this thriving village in a wonderful period location. Hatfield Broad Oak offers a Post Office store, butchers, two period inns, thriving village school with pre-school, wonderful village green, many fine country walks, active local churches, sports and recreational groups, high speed broadband and the village has recently had Gigaclear lines put in for direct cable.
The property has scope for further extension, subject to the correct approvals. There is a large loft space, ideal for conversion and a wonderful south westerly garden. The property is beautifully presented with modern gas heating, modern wiring, recently fitted kitchen and bathroom, period features, large sitting room, ground floor bedroom/dining room, two large bedrooms to the first floor, off-street parking and is offered with no onward chain. Early viewing is highly recommended
Small lead topped canopied porch with iron pillars, panelled door to:
Dining Room/Bedroom 3
10' 2" x 9' (3.10m x 2.74m) with a sash window to front, double panelled radiator, rustic brick fireplace with a mixed stock and tiled hearth, bressumer, structural timbers, fitted carpet.
Small Inner Lobby
With a door through to the kitchen, stairs rising to the first floor landing, step down to:
16' 10" x 12' 6" (5.13m x 3.81m) a most attractive room with windows on two aspects, panel glazed to side, two sash windows to front, two double panelled radiators, centrally located rustic red brick fireplace with a raised herringbone hearth, lo burning cast iron stove and timber bressumer, exposed studwork, wonderful stock brick flooring.
15' 10" x 7' 6" (4.83m x 2.29m) a small hard wood division to a raised step giving access to rear patio and garden beyond, door through to cloakroom, steps down to the simple panelled kitchen area with painted doors comprising a Belfast sink with cupboard under, further range of matching base and eye level units, cup handles, timber worktops, four-ring gas hob with complementary stainless steel oven and a complementary extractor over, integrated fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating in stone effect.
Downstairs Cloakroom/Shower Room
Comprising a button flush w.c., wall mounted wash hand basin with exposed chrome work, monobloc tap and pop-up waste, fully tiled shower cubicle with a fixed head shower and removable spring, small window to rear, chromium heated towel rail, tiled floor with underfloor heating.
First Floor Landing
With an 18th century gothic style leaded window to side, exposed structural timbers and studwork, single panelled radiator, fitted carpet to stairs.
16' 4" x 11' 10" (4.98m x 3.61m) with a pair of sash windows to front, two radiators, built-in wardrobe cupboards, structural timbers, fitted carpet.
12' x 7' 4" (3.66m x 2.24m) with a sash window to front, 18th century gothic style leaded window to side, single radiator, structural timbers, fitted carpet.
A newly fitted bathroom suite comprising a tongue and groove enclosed bath with period style mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin with period style mixer tap, low level flush w.c., window to rear, tongue and groove half-clad to walls, fitted carpet, access to large attic space.
Large Attic Space
24' x 14' (7.32m x 4.27m) vaulted with heavy timbers, light laid on and housing Valiant boiler supplying domestic hot water and heating via radiators where mentioned. Ideal conversion to a large bedroom, subject to planning and listed building approval.
The property enjoys a delightful sunny rear garden which is approximately 45’ in depth and 35’ in width, narrowing to a point. The garden is mainly laid to grass with a central brick pathway and a full width paved patio to rear, gateway to side parking and outside lighting. The garden also has a recently constructed Summer House in a modern, sage green.
To the side of the property there is a driveway approached by a pair of wrought iron gates with parking for at least 2 vehicles.
A hedge enclosed front garden with central pathway and wrought iron gate.
Uttlesford District Council