For Sale
£1,000,000 Guide Price

Rushden, Buntingford, SG9

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this detached Grade II listed home in Rushden. This 17th-century property enjoys a third-of-an-acre plot, period character, 4 flexible reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a garage, a driveway, and is a short 15-minute drive to the train station.
5 Bedrooms
4 Receptions
3 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this detached Grade II listed home in the fantastic village of Rushden. This property was originally built in 1640 then updated and added to in the late 1980s and has been carefully maintained by the currents owners. Set in a third of an acre plot the property benefits from period character and charm, 4 flexible reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a garage and a driveway. It is only a short 8 -minute drive from the mainline train station. 

This stunning detached Grade II listed property enjoys excellent kerb appeal with a classically beautiful 17th-century frontage with exposed beams, set in an incredible plot of a third of an acre. There are front gardens, with hedgerows, shrubs and trees, and access to driveway parking. 

Upon stepping inside, the entrance hallway is bright and spacious, with vaulted ceilings, tiled flooring, pendant lighting, integrated storage, a door through to the downstairs living space, and a set of stairs up to the fifth bedroom and en-suite bathroom, situated over the garage. This is an amazing space if you require a relatively self-contained annexe, or need private guest quarters. 

The kitchen is a very good size, enjoying a wide range of base and wall units, tiled worktops, a large island, tiled flooring, integrated storage, a butler sink, an integrated oven, hob and extractor hood, and space for a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and other small kitchen appliances. 

The library is spacious and bright, with a window to the rear garden, beautiful exposed beams and upstands, wood flooring, inset lighting, stairs to a part of the first floor, and room for a dining setting, bookshelves and storage furniture. There is also access to a downstairs bathroom, comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC, a hand wash basin and a heated towel rail. A door leads through to a large study, with a beautiful exposed brick fireplace, exposed beams, integrated storage, wood flooring, sconce and feature lighting, space for office furniture and seating, and double doors to the garden. 

The lounge is a truly breathtaking room, with a large inglenook fireplace, bressummer beam and wood-burning stove, exposed beams and upstands, sconce lighting, tiled flooring, a window to a front aspect, and ample room for lounge and storage furniture. The snug beyond also benefits from an inglenook fireplace, tiled flooring, two windows to a front aspect, stairs to another part of the first-floor, and a large bay window with a window seat to a side aspect, allowing lots of light to stream inside. The Dining room/Garden room is another exceptionally sized and versatile reception space, enjoying a full wall of windows to the garden, tiled flooring, inset lighting, room for furniture, and access to the garden. 

Moving upstairs to two wings accessed by separate staircases, this stunning period property continues to offer beautiful accommodation, with 4 further well-proportioned bedrooms, exposed beams and upstands, excellent integrated storage, and a newly refitted family bathroom comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC and a hand wash basin.

Outside, to the rear, the gardens are an incredible size, sitting on a 1/3 acre plot offering a wonderfully private space with multiple beautiful area to sit and relax on warmer days. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a large paved patio area, providing ample space for an array of garden furniture, enjoying family meals al fresco and entertaining guests. There are established borders and beds, full of colourful plants, flowers, shrubs and trees, access to a pretty summer house, and plenty of scope for future owners to put their own stamp on things. 

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Rushden is a characterful village set between Baldock and Buntingford, close to a handful of market towns and within a 8 minute drive to mainline train stations to London Kings Cross. Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside, Rushden offers a thriving community that make best use of the local church, village hall, village garden centre and the Moon and Stars pub.

Despite its small size, Rushden is steeped in history, with origins dating back centuries. Visitors to the village can explore its charming architecture, including historic churches and traditional cottages, which offer glimpses into its past. Surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery, Rushden provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and nature walks. The nearby countryside is dotted with scenic trails and pathways, perfect for exploring the natural beauty of the area.

Overall, Rushden in Hertfordshire offers a charming rural escape, where visitors can immerse themselves in the tranquillity of the countryside while discovering the rich history and natural beauty of the area.

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