BACKGROUND AND HISTORY
This substantial period farm house believed to date from the 16C, albeit there is a date carved in the front jettied porch of 1583, there are two additions to the North one being roughly 17C extension and a much later addition being 20c, there are a wealth of period features throughout, and the most recent addition has been designed and built to be sympathetic to the original house.
The main house offers four bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities. There is plenty of living space downstairs, including a drawing room, dining room, Aga kitchen / breakfast room and family room.
The outbuildings include a detached one-bedroom annexe with separate living room and kitchen and a conservatory.
The timber framed barn is a great building to have, the main area is fully vaulted with a partitioned room / lock up store and attached triple garaging attached to the right hand side.
For those with equestrian interests there is an excellent Monarch stable block, set with in a quad, offering 5 stables, 2 of which are foaling boxes, hay barn and tack / store as well as covered tie ups. Further facilities include a sand and rubber manege and a 4x horse walker. The land in total extends to 3.697 acres with the land being divided up into 4 post and rail paddocks.
SETTING AND LOCATION
Wormingford is a small parish on the South Bank of the River Stour, and the Stour Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village has a local shop and offers excellent communication to both Colchester, Sudbury and Earls Colne. Colchester Royal Grammar School for Boys and the Colchester County High School for Girls are among the best- performing schools in England. There are also two private preparatory schools nearby.
For the commuter, there are mainline railway stations at Colchester, and Marks Tey both offering links to London Liverpool Street in under an hour. Stansted airport is approximately 33 miles away and the City of Chelmsford 26 miles.