For Sale
£975,000 Guide Price

Horse Shoe Hill, Great Hormead, SG9

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this 18th Century detached period home in Great Hormead This extended property enjoys 2500sq ft accommodation, a third of an acre plot, no upward chain, 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, generous gardens, an outbuilding and driveway parking.
5 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
3 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this early 18th Century, grade II listed, detached period home in the popular village of Great Hormead This extended, updated and beautifully presented property enjoys accommodation approaching 2500sq ft, a third of an acre plot, no upward chain, period features, 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, generous and private gardens, an outbuilding, countryside views, and gated access to the driveway, with parking for multiple vehicles.

This early 18th Century detached property enjoys fantastic kerb appeal, with a stunning frontage, period features, a front cottage garden surrounded by a low-lying brick wall, and gated access to the driveway, with off-road parking for multiple vehicles. This property also enjoys surrounding countryside views and is sold with the advantage of no upward chain. 

Upon stepping inside, the entrance porch is welcoming, with wood flooring, period features and a door that opens into both the lounge and dining spaces. The lounge is an incredibly warm and comfortable room, enjoying wood flooring, exposed beams, upstands and brickwork, a large window to a front aspect, sconce lighting, stairs to the first floor, and ample space for a variety of lounge and storage furniture. The dining room is equally spacious, enjoying stunning decor that perfectly combines the period and contemporary features. There are wood floors, exposed beams, a wrought-iron fireplace, sconce lighting, a window to a front aspect, and space for a large dining table and chairs. 

An inner entrance hallway marks the start of the stunning extension, with sympathetic decor, beautiful tiled flooring, windows to a rear aspect, exposed beams and upstands, inset lighting, stairs to the first-floor extension, and doors through to the rest of the downstairs living space, including a large utility room/toilet, and a cellar. 

The kitchen/breakfast/living room is a magnificent space and wonderfully open-plan, with many windows and doors to the rear garden, an extensive range of base and wall units, granite worktops, a large island/breakfast bar, inset spotlights, wood flooring, an Aga, an integrated extractor hood, hob, double oven and fridge/freezer, and space for a dishwasher and other small kitchen appliances. The living room area is beautifully spacious, enjoying a modern inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, wood flooring, inset spotlights, room for furniture, and access through to a large boot room. 

Upstairs to the first floor, this early 18th Century home continues to offer impressive and impeccably presented accommodation, with 5 double bedrooms, excellent integrated storage/wardrobes, a family shower room to the front of the house, with a double shower, WC and hand wash basin, and another family bathroom to the extended part of the house, with a bath and overhead shower, a WC, and a hand wash basin. The master bedroom is particularly generous, enjoying its own en-suite, with a bath and overhead shower, a dual sink, a WC and a heated towel rail. 

Outside, to the rear, the garden is an incredibly large size, fully surrounded by fencing and mature hedgerows, and enjoying excellent privacy. Just by the property, there is an expansive block paved area, with borders of plants and flowers, access to a large outbuilding, and lots of space for potted plants, garden furniture, cooking family meals al fresco, and entertaining guests. To the very rear, the garden opens up into a beautiful lawn/paddock space, with mature trees, countryside views, and vast amounts of scope for future owners to put their own stamp on things.

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Location - Great Hormead
Great Hormead is a highly popular parish village located in the stunning East Hertfordshire countryside, only a short drive from the neighbouring towns of Royston, Buntingford and Ware.

The Church of St Nicholas dates back to around the 13th Century and is located in the centre of an attractive conservation area, with updated modern facilities and regular Sunday morning services for both the Great and Little Hormead communities. There is a nursery, a preschool and a CoE first school, a well-regarded pub serving a range of food and beverages, and a modern village hall available for private parties, fitness and wellness classes, and business events. 

The nearest town is Buntingford, 3 miles away, which offers the residents of Great Hormead a range of shops, cafes and bars, and many other local amenities, including a doctors, dentists, a food superstore and many community groups for all ages. There are also a number of well-regarded schools, as well as major road networks nearby, such as the A10 and A1M.

We encourage you to visit Great Hormead to see for yourself what this picturesque village has to offer!

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