Kings Farm, Alphamstone

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Bedrooms: 4
SUMMARY Grade II Listed, 4 bedroom farmhouse set in grounds of 26, acres, a 2-bedroom bungalow, an Essex Barn with planning, permission for conversion to a dwelling and a range of former agricultural buildings including converted offices, warehousing, workshop, stables and stores benefitting from two separate access points from the road.

Bures 2.9 miles (W) | Halstead 5 miles (SW)

Sudbury 6 miles (N) | Colchester 13 miles (SW)

LOCATION Kings Farm sits on the edge of the village of Almphamstone (though the postal address is Pebmarsh).

Pebmarsh has a small convenience store and the nearby village of Bures provides a range of local amenities including a doctors' surgery, post office, primary school (Ofsted Rated as Outstanding), village shop, two public houses, beauty salon and a railway station providing a branch line service to Marks Tey mainline station for onward travel to London in around 1 hour 20 minutes.

The pretty market town of Sudbury, located only a short drive away, offers a broader range of facilities including a choice of supermarkets and high street retailers.

SITUATION Kings Farmhouse is set well back from the road approached via a separate gravel driveway. The remaining property can be accessed from a further driveway.

KINGS FARMHOUSE Kings Farmhouse is a Grade II listed farmhouse, believed to date back to the early 1600's, of timber frame with a red clay tiled roof. The farmhouse has a wealth of period features and comprises 2 reception rooms, a garden room (added in 2017), kitchen, boot room and cloakroom. On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms, a family bathroom and shower room.

The property is approached via a gravelled carriage style driveway. In addition to the farmhouse being listed the 'crinkle-crankle' wall to the left-hand side of the garden and the hand pump adjacent to the patio are also separately listed. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. A flagstone terrace wraps around the side and rear of the farmhouse. Adjacent to the farmhouse is the

brick built potting shed and boiler room.

Please Note: Oil fired central heating. Septic tank waste water. Council Tax Band F.

THE BUNGALOW The Bungalow comprises an open plan kitchen/dining and living area, 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom. The property has a 'lawful

development certificate' consent. Reference: 21/00089/ELD.

Note: LPG to the bungalow | Septic Tank Waste Water System.

THE ESSEX BARN The Essex Barn has consent granted for conversion into a separate dwelling, reference 12/00651/LBC, extending to circa 2,900 sq. ft. and

including the adjoining units.

A technical start on the Essex Barn has been made.

COMMERCIAL OFFICE Office building including kitchenette, WC, shower room, store room and open storage area, totalling circa. 900 sq. ft.

Benefitting from planning consent, reference 21/00087/ELD

WARHOUSE Two adjoining portal frame warehouses extending to circa. 9,800 sq. ft with two sets of sliding doors to the front elevation.

Benefitting from planning consent, reference 21/00087/ELD

WORKSHOP Machine workshop extending to circa. 1,200 sq. ft. with three-phase electricity supply.

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