Mill House, Haverhill Road, Steeple Bumpstead, CB9 7BL

A detached Country Home

A rare opportunity to purchase this individually styled Country Residence with many original features.

Call Morris Armitage on 01440 768668

£595,000

Specification

  • An individually styled Country Residence
  • Set in a rural location overlooking fields
  • Set on approximately 2/3 acre
  • With many original features
  • Kitchen, dining room, lounge, utility room and cloakroom
  • Four double bedrooms and a large family bathroom
  • Extensive lawned gardens
  • Oil fired central heating and double glazed
  • Mains water and septic tank
  • Viewing is highly recommended, No onward chain

A rare opportunity to purchase this individually styled Country Residence with many original features. The property is set within 2/3 acre of grounds in a rural location close to the desirable village of Steeple Bumpstead with local amenities to include a well-regarded primary school, a garage with village store and a country pub. A short drive brings you into the market town of Haverhill which offers further amenities to include Banks, a Post Office, Doctors Surgeries, supermarkets, a leisure centre, cinema complex, restaurants and a Bus station with a regular service into the City of Cambridge. Also in close proximity to local schools for all ages. Haverhill is well located and within easy reach of Cambridge, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Saffron Walden, Stansted Airport and the M11 corridor. There are direct rail links into London from Cambridge and Audley End for commuters.   The property was built approximately 240 years ago as a mill going by the name of “Coe’s Mill” and boasts spacious accommodation to include, a reception hallway, a lounge with inglenook fireplace and multi fuel burner, a separate dining room, a kitchen, a utility room, a study and a cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor are four double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom with separate shower cubicle and stand-alone bath.   Outside is a triple garage with power and lighting and storage above with ample off road parking for several vehicles and extensive gardens overlooking open fields. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with decked and patio areas and surrounded by established trees and hedges. There is an area used as a vegetable plot and a variety of fruit trees. Also included in the sale is a green house.   With double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating. The property is on mains water and has a septic tank. Council Tax Band “E” Braintree Council (£2179.67pa 2019/2020).   Viewings are highly recommended. No onward chain.   Front Entrance Entry is gained via a wooden door with glazed panel into: Reception Hallway   15′ 0″ (4.57m) x 4′ 3″ (1.3m) A spacious hallway benefitting from tiled flooring, radiator, power points, ceiling lighting, stairs leading up to the first floor landing and doors leading through to: Utility Room and Cloakroom   12′ 7″ (3.84m) x 6′ 8″ (2.03m) Utility Room The utility room benefits from a stainless steel sink with chrome mono mixer tap, laminate worktop and a range of storage cupboards. There is space for a fridge and a freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Also housing the oil fired boiler and a water softener. With tiled flooring, ceiling lighting, power points and bi-fold door leading through to the: Cloakroom With a double glazed window to the side aspect. Benefitting from a white suite comprising of a low level WC and a wash hand basin. Also with tiled flooring, radiator and ceiling lighting. Study   10′ 6″ (3.2m) x 7′ 3″ (2.21m) With a double glazed window to the side aspect. A useful room with radiator, power points, ceiling lighting and laminate flooring. The reception hallway opens out to the: Kitchen   20′ 7″ (6.27m) x 7′ 5″ (2.26m) With double glazed windows to the front and side aspects providing plenty of natural light. The kitchen benefits from a matching range of eye level and base units with laminate worktops, tiling above and a white stone sink with chrome mono mixer tap. With space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a cooker and a fridge freezer. The room boasts brick flooring, radiator, ceiling lighting and wooden beams. Opening through to the: Dining Room   12′ 2″ (3.71m) x 11′ 6″ (3.51m) With double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects giving the room a light and airy feel and boasting wooden beams to the ceiling and walls with a brick built open fireplace. With carpeted flooring, radiator, ceiling lighting, TV and power points.   Sitting Room   20′ 0″ (6.1m) x 12′ 3″ (3.73m) A fabulous sized room with double glazed widows to the side and rear aspects and double glazed French doors to the rear aspect leading out to the garden patio area. The room boasts wooden beams and a brick built Inglenook fireplace housing a multi fuel burner. With carpeted flooring, radiator, wall lighting, TV and power points. Stairs Carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor landing: Landing   14′ 0″ (4.27m) x 7′ 6″ (2.29m) With a double glazed window to the front aspect. A spacious landing which is currently used as a lounge area with carpeted flooring, ceiling spot lighting, power points and door leading through to: Bedroom 1   12′ 2″ (3.71m) x 8′ 7″ (2.62m) With a double glazed window to the front aspect. The room boasts wooden beams and open brickwork. With carpeted flooring, radiator, wall lighting, TV and power points. Bedroom 2   12′ 4″ (3.76m) x 12′ 2″ (3.71m) With a double glazed window to the rear aspect and also boasting wooden beams. The room benefits from loft access, carpeted flooring, radiator, wall lighting, TV and power points. Bedroom 3   12′ 2″ (3.71m) x 10′ 6″ (3.2m) With a double glazed window to the rear aspect and also boasting wooden beams. The room benefits from loft access, carpeted flooring, radiator, wall lighting, TV and power points. Bedroom 4   9′ 6″ (2.9m) x 7′ 5″ (2.26m) With a double glazed window to the side aspect. The room benefits from carpeted flooring, radiator, wall lighting and power points. Family Bathroom   With a double glazed window to the side aspect. An oversized bathroom benefitting from a separate shower cubicle, an oval free standing bath tub with a chrome mixer tap, a vanity basin with a chrome mixer tap and storage below and a low level WC. With partly tiled walls, vinyl flooring and ceiling spot lighting. Directions Proceed from the Morris Armitage offices along the High Street to the end where you continue straight over into Hamlet Road. Continue to the end and turn right onto Sturmer Road/A143, at the roundabout take the second exit onto Bumpstead Road/A1057. Continue along Bumpstead Road to the bypass and at the roundabout take the second exit which is still Bumpstead Road, continue along Bumpstead Road which turns into Haverhill Road and you will find the property on your right hand side clearly marked with a Morris Armitage For Sale Board. Sat Nav users please use the postcode: CB9 7BL

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