Great Stambridge stunning five bedroom farmhouse on the market for £2.5m
This stunning five-bedroom farmhouse is on the market for £2.5million.
The property with lots of character also includes an orangery, swimming pool, extensive grounds of 14.8 acres and much more.
Stewards Elm Farm, which is on the market with Ayers & Cruiks, Southend offers peace and tranquility from the moment you arrive at the gated entrance to Stambridge, a civil parish in the Rochford district of Essex.
It is located north of the River Roach between Rochford and Paglesham. The village has a primary school, a fishery, a pub and a local football team.
This charming family home is tucked away down a quiet lane along a tree-lined driveway yet set in 14.8 acres of land (subject to site survey) and wild bird ponds attracting a wide range of wild animals.
Outside there are extensive riding facilities including an indoor arena, 16 stables, tack room, staff room and paddocks.
From the entrance hall, the house has a circular flow. From the large farmhouse-style kitchen/breakfast room with a separate utility room, you can then access the study, cloakroom and the impressive well-appointed orangery, which opens onto the terrace with panoramic east-facing views. ‘west on the land and lakes where one can enjoy the long summer evenings.
The well-appointed farmhouse offers immense versatility over 3 floors.
The opulent hallway has modern features, a lounge to the right and a well appointed dining room to the left with steps leading up to the impressive lounge with original beams and panoramic country views.
The ground floor orangery has views over the land, 6 other rooms include a kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility room, lounge, dining room, lounge, study and a large hallway.
The first floor offers 2 bedrooms, a master suite with dressing room and adjoining bathroom and bathroom with underfloor heating.
The second floor offers 2 other bedrooms.
The name Stambridge means ‘stone bridge’, a bridge remains in the parish over the small stream of Canewdon, which flows under the road south of the Royal Oak.