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DUMNEY LANE | CHELMSFORD | CM3 Felsted School 4.9 miles (Approx. 13 minutes) | New Hall School 7.7 miles (Approx. 17 minutes) | Stansted Airport 18 miles (Approx. 30 minutes) | Chelmsford Station 8 miles (Approx.19 minutes) Buckshorns is a stunning mock Tudor residence dating back to the early 1900s whist benefitting from not being listed. Situated down a tranquil country lane the property is bordered by a mature tree line running the entire perimeter of the property to create a picturesque and serene setting. The main residence is made up of six well proportioned bedrooms with the principal suite being located at the West wing of the property with an impressive double aspect over the mature formal gardens beyond. The remainder of the property comprises of a sizable kitchen breakfast room, six reception rooms, three sets of double garages and two Dutch barns. Furthermore a fully independent two/three bedroom cottage also resides in the grounds ideal for multi generational living. The property is set on a well established plot of circa 11 aces. EPC Awaiting. • Master Suite with dressing room and En-suite • Five further sizable bedrooms • Six reception rooms • Entrance Hall

• Kitchen breakfast room • Dining room • Drawing room • Sitting Room

• Snug room • Office • Two Sets of Double garages • Double garage with secondary level above

• Sizable workshop with secondary level above • Two Dutch Barns • Fully independent two/three bedroom cottage • Circa 11 Acres

Description Internally Entering the property you are welcomed into a charming and spacious reception hall with its feature oak staircase and cloakroom to the side. The main hall provides access to all the main reception rooms on the ground floor. Starting to the left and work ing clockwise you will find the impressive kitchen breakfast room with dual aspect windows with double doors leading out to the south and east flooding the kitchen with morning light. In addition to the kitchen you will find a walk in larder with fitted wall units inside. Off the kitchen you have the boiler room, (which with some reconfiguration would provide the perfect utility room off the kitchen) a small cloakroom to the front of the property and side door leading out to the patio area beyond. Directly adjacent to the kitchen is the formal dining room, again with dual aspect windows and French doors leading out. Moving through the rest of the ground floor you will find the snug with feature fire place and a fitted wood burner, along from the snug you will find the family sitting room complete with French doors leading out and an impressive inglenook fireplace as the room’s main centrepiece. The formal drawing room and office space then completes the ground floor. With the drawing room’s triple aspect views over the manicured lawns, rose garden and the orangery potential beyond, this truly is a stunning family living space with further scope to extend.

Description First Floor Heading up the main staircase to the first floor that hosts six double bedrooms you enter an expansive landing area with views to the frontage of the property and direct access to a family bathroom and four of the bedrooms. To the west of the landing is th e master bedroom benefiting from dual aspect views and en-suite facilities and providing access to the fourth and sixth bedrooms, both also dual aspect, with the sixth bedroom having its own staircase leading back down to the drawing room. Central to the first floor is the third double bedroom with wonderful views to the rear grounds and further eastwards is the second bedroom with en-suite that also benefits from dual aspect views. Directly opposite the second bedroom with views to the front of the property is the fifth and smallest of the bedrooms. Externally The property is approached via a quiet tree lined country lane. The property has three separate access points along the lane, initially the first two servicing the house and Dutch barns with the third providing independent access to the bungalow in the grounds. In total the property sits on an impressive and well established plot of circa 11 acres (STLS) set in the picturesque Essex countryside backing onto wildlife trust parkland.

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008: Every effort has been made to ensure that consumers and or businesses are treated fairly and provided with accurate material information as required by law. It must be noted however that the agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and does not verify they are in working order, fit for their purpose, or within the ownership of the seller or landlord, therefore the buyer or tenant must assume the information given is incorrect. Neither has the agent checked the legal documentation to verify the legal status of the property. A buyer or tenant must assume information is incorrect until it has been verified by their own solicitors or other advisers. Nothing concerning the type of construction, condition of the structure or its surroundings is to be implied from any image of the property.

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