1556 - A rare and exciting opportunity to acquire an historic, detached home dating back in parts to 1556 and Listed Grade II. Being located on the outskirts of Ingatestone village and bordering Fryerning, Kettles is nestled within a mature plot measuring approximately one third of an acre, subject to land survey, with farmland views to the western boundary.
Having been within the same family ownership for over 90 years, the property benefits from many original features with exposed Oak flooring to most rooms and fascinating ancient scribings in the mantlepiece. The accommodation comprises two semi-open plan reception rooms - both with original fireplaces - a reading room, kitchen, utility room, bathroom and three bedrooms with a large landing. Planning permission has been obtained for an additional bedroom at first floor level, as well as an extension to the utility room. Permission has also been granted for French doors to be installed in the kitchen.
Located within a short drive of Ingatestone High Street and Mainline Railway station, and within easy reach of the A12. Anglo European catchment area. Please note the first floor accommodation is accessed via two staircases and does not interconnect. Ceiling heights are also limited in certain rooms. NO ONWARD CHAIN. Read more