GEORGIAN - 1797. A sublime example of a Georgian home in the heart of Boreham village, located beside the church and with the great advantage of an adjoining two-bedroom, separately-titled, cottage with Tudor/Elizabethan origins and independent access & parking.
Extending to just under 6,000 sq ft combined, plus ample garaging, this Listed (Grade II) village home offers much-admired, classic styling of the era, as well as glorious room proportions, most notably the grand entrance hall and principal reception rooms, which boast the most magnificent tall sash windows and ceiling heights.
Arranged over three floors plus a cellar, the main house features a traditional layout with private outlooks from each and every room - quite remarkable for such a centrally located home. Having undergone a comprehensive & sympathetic restoration by the present owners, the property presents wonderfully throughout, with every ounce of period charm enhanced. Indeed, the property once proudly featured on the cover of Country Life, and was featured within 25 Beautiful Homes magazine.
The adjoining cottage (not currently interconnecting) is sizeable in its own right, with two reception rooms, a kitchen, two double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Originally believed to be the original part of the vicarage, the cottage sits on a separate title, and whilst both properties will be sold jointly, the separate titles give buyers great flexibility.
Externally, the property enjoys a secluded carriage driveway and lawn, with two double garages, one to each side of the property. The remarkably private plot extends to circa 0.75 acres, with a great size rear garden. The house sits centrally within the plot, giving a great balance, and the cottage can enjoy separate parking and access. Read more