Situated in a beautiful rural position is a stunning Grade II listed farmhouse believed to date back to 1684. This charming cottage has been extended and now provides spacious and versatile living accommodation.
The property enjoys an abundance of character features, some of which include: an inglenook fire in the dining room, open fire in the study, tiled and flagstone flooring, a plethora of exposed beams some of which are steeped in history, the newer beams in the sitting room came from the woods behind the property.
A most impressive internal feature is the 30'9 x 14'9 kitchen/family room with a range of built-in appliances including an Aga. In addition, there is a second kitchen/utility room. The sitting room enjoys a superb feature Fire Box. Both living areas open out to two separate patio areas whilst overlooking pleasant views of the garden.
From the central section spreading above the sitting room is bedroom one with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. Above the kitchen, with its own staircase is one double bedroom with spacious landing and en-suite bath/shower room.
Accessed via a private tree lined drive on the outskirts of Plaistow, the location of Hogwood Farmhouse is undoubtedly a most spectacular feature of the property.
The grounds and its vast array of trees and plants are surrounded by privately owned and Forestry Commission land. The property is beautifully nestled within its plot and provides complete privacy. Points of interest are a 400 year old Yew Tree among many other specimen trees.
To the front is an area of extensive parking leading to a triple bay garage, with power, lighting and water, plus the provision for foul drainage. Offering annex/home office potential (subject to the usual consents).
Council tax band: NotSet