A prominent local and noted Grade II listed Tudor home located within a central Shenfield position which has undergone many transformations. Its proportions suggest it was built as a public building and believed to have been a former hunting lodge sited on the old London to Norwich Road. The home through the centuries has both evolved and been enhanced by several custodians. Some of the renovations were carried out in the 1950s by the former owner of the Mary Green Manor, when magnificent adornments were added.
Now offering a wonderful combination of both authentic period features set amidst contemporary living. Offering over 2500 sqft of accommodation with surprisingly high ceilings, two staircases, several receptions, large entrance hallway, home office/library, modern kitchen/breakfast room, larder, utility room, ground floor cloakroom and indeed a cellar. The list is endless. The latest addition to the home is the oak and glass framed garden room which further enhances the home's rear elevation bringing even more light and space into the kitchen and enabling you also to be fully immersed within the gardens.
Carpenters' marks on original beams sit alongside a plethora of magnificent fireplaces as well as underfloor heating in some of the later additions. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms all light filled, the master having both an en-suite bathroom and dressing room as well as a four-piece family bathroom with walk-in shower. Read more