Lark Hill Road, Canewdon, Rochford


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A charming and beautifully appointed Equestrian property in excess of two acres with extensive outbuildings, stables and a superb 40m x 21m menage. The main residence has had every attention paid to fine detail including an extensive use of antique stone, brick and oak. Viewing essential

An antique stone arched entrance portico with feature stone mullions to both sides with antique white brick herringbone floor. Vaulted ceiling. An etched glazed lead light entrance door with matching full height coloured side panels leads into the:

Reception Hallway Polished oak flooring. Lipped skirting. Two 'old school' radiators. Staircase to first floor landing. Feature oak bressimer. Gothic arched multi-pane windows to front. 'Suffolk' latch doors lead off to:

Cloakroom/W.C. Obscure Gothic arch multi-pane window to side with oak lintel above. Polished oak flooring. Lipped skirting. Fitted with a two piece suite comprising dual flush close coupled w.c. and corner suspended wash hand basin in limed oak cabinet. Heated towel rail. Travertine tiling. Smooth plaster ceiling. Extractor fan.

Sitting/Dining Room 28'0" x 11'10" maximum (8.53m x 3.61m) An impressive triple aspect room with multi-pane hardwood french doors giving access to the landscaped rear gardens and twin multi-pane Gothic arched windows to both sides. Polished oak flooring. Three 'old school' radiators. Feature antique soft red brick full height fireplace with matching brick hearth, oak bressmier and extending side detailing to the remainder of the abutting wall. Exposed beams and studwork. A central flat headed archway with herringbone brickwork relief in oak. Smooth plastered ceiling.

Country Farmhouse Kitchen 17'10" x 14'6" maximum (5.44m x 4.42m) An impressive triple aspect room with oak stable door giving access to the landscaped rear garden and Gothic arched multi-pane feature windows to front, rear and side with further lead light window to side. Feature arched soft red brick and slate 'Manor House' stove surround with space for range style cooker. Polished oak flooring with slate tiled borders. Lipped skirting. 'Old school' radiator and further radiator. The Kitchen has been professionally planned and fitted with a comprehensive range of base and eye level cabinets with granite effect rolled edged working surfaces with columned detailing and recessed Butler sink. Travertine tiled splashbacks. Oak door giving access to understairs storage cupboard. A full range of integrated appliances. A full width flat headed oak bressimer archway and exposed brickwork wall with inset studwork. Smooth plastered ceiling. Recessed halogen lighting.

The First Floor Accommodation comprises

Landing Gothic arched multi-pane window to rear overlooking the landscaped garden. 'Old school' radiator. Lipped skirting. Access to linen storage cupboard with overhead cabinet. Feature part vaulted smooth plastered ceiling. 'Suffolk' latch doors lead off to first floor rooms.

Dual Aspect Master Bedroom 17'4" x 9'10" (5.28m x 3m) Gothic arched multi-pane window to front with far reaching views across open farmland and Gothic arched multi-pane window to rear. Lipped skirting. 'Old school' radiator. Feature cast iron fireplace. Central oak beam and part vaulted ceiling.

Guest Bedroom/Bedroom Two 15'10" x 9'9" (4.83m x 2.97m) An impressive triple aspect room with Gothic arched windows to both sides and rear. 'Old school' radiator. Lipped skirting. Exposed studwork. Feature part vaulted ceiling with recessed halogen lighting and green oak beam.

Bedroom Three 15'4" maximum x 10'0" (4.67m x 3.05m) Gothic arched multi-pane window to front with far reaching views across open farmland across the River Crouch. 'Old school' radiator. Lipped skirting. Two wall light points. Access to roof space.

Bathroom 9'10" x 7'7" maximum (3m x 2.31m) Two obscure Gothic arched multi-pane windows to side. Fitted with a three piece Victoriana suite comprising rolled edged cast iron Heritage bath with antique taps, low level w.c. with Regency cistern and wrought iron enamel vanitry basin with antique taps and shaped oak splashback. Cushion flooring. 'Old school' style heated towel rail. Dado rail. Electric shaver point. Two wall light points. Exposed feature studwork. Feature part vaulted ceiling with recessed halogen lighting.

To the outside of the property

The landscaped gardens commences from the Sitting Room with french doors and from stable door from the Farmhouse Kitchen with a rumbled stone block paviour patio terrace ideal for dining al fresco. The garden commences from the patio terrace with a shaped lawned area with small circular bushes in a stone surround with a sweeping in and out carriage driveway that leads to the array of outbuildings. The remainder of the gardens are laid to a vast expanse of lawned area.

Our clients have installed extensive equestrian facilities including a well drained 40m x 21m Silica sand and rubber all weather menage. Secure fenced and railed paddocks and a further area of light woodland with large pond to the rear of the grounds.

Cart Lodge 19'2" x 16'10" (5.84m x 5.13m) Double fronted with brick and slate supporting pillar. Oak panelled ceiling to porch. Oak supporting beams. Vaulted ceiling. Small coloured lead light window to front.

Stable block and Tack Room 22'4" x 9'5" (6.81m x 2.87m ) Power, light and water connected. Double doors to Tack Room with oak bressimer above.

Twin Timber Stable With power and light connected

Detached Workshop/Outbuilding 26'10" x 28'1" (8.18m x 8.56m) An L-shaped detached building with two sets of opening doors and opening for fireplace. Power, water and drainage in place. Vaulted ceiling. Twin multi-pane diamond windows to front and multi-pane window to rear. Half glazed door to rear giving access to the garden.

Detached Roughcast Double Garage To the front of the property.

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