Bordersmead, Traps Hill, Loughton
There is a wealth of planning history and a variety of proposals associated with the property including reference in 1964 that planning was obtained to build one property in the rear garden bordering Traps Hill and further reference to a potential plot in the “Rose Garden” adjacent to the main house on Church Lane, Loughton. The property has no local heritage listing although is subject to a number of tree preservation orders.
There also exists a recent EFDC Pre-Application response relating to a proposed Sheltered/Retirement living development which can be reviewed as case ref: EF/2021/ENQ/00416.
This spacious and prestigious property and grounds provide exceptional living space for family occupation with considerable potential for refurbishment of the existing property notwithstanding future development opportunities subject to planning consent.
It is rare that a fine house such as Bordersmead comes to the market with such a wide variety of options for improvement and development and all within immediate proximity to Central line stations and their respective shopping facilities.
The property offers excellent potential for multiple unit property development however we are instructed that no offers submitted that are subject to obtaining planning consent will be considered.
Viewings will be conducted strictly by appointment on allocated viewings days.
Bordersmead House Description
This impressive, detached manor house offers a wealth of features reminiscent of the early 1930s and is located to one corner of the site and is of L-Shaped design. The main reception hall has three-quarter height dark oak panelling with feature fireplace and carved mantle. The oak theme is continued through to the staircase, doors and woodwork throughout and combined with a full range of leaded light windows which creates a sense of quality workmanship in every room .
“Bordersmead” offers a generous master suite with ensuite bathroom, four further spacious bedrooms, family bathroom and separate cloakroom and optional sixth bedroom currently used as study. There is also a substantial loft space with ample storage and potential for further bedrooms and conversion. On the ground floor arranged immediately off the large reception hall are the generous living rooms including large lounge with oak panelled bay window with leaded light insets and double doors opening to garden, elegant dining room, comfortable sitting room / Tv room with fitted bar, kitchen with adjacent breakfast room, separate utility room and stylish cloakroom.
Externally the property offers an attractive façade in deep redbrick with tile hung elevations and gabled roofs with inset leaded light windows in oak frames. Furthermore, there are two garages and outbuildings adjacent to the main house together with impressive garden loggia. The gardens are magnificently landscaped with a wealth of mature trees some of which have tree preservation orders and a selection of established shrubs and lawns. There is also a discrete area of the garden reserved for potting and maintenance activities and the entire site offers approximately 0.98 of an acre.
Council Tax Band: G
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