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We can provide:


Kitchen with Aga

Stunning grounds and views

Accommodation at location on request or a site for mobile homes/caravans

Huge scope for both film and stills

Great natural daylight

Working period fireplaces

Edwardian servant accommodation, complete with original cast iron bath and scullery

Game keeper’s outhouse

Edwardian stable block

Grade two listed barn(3-bay)

Ample parking for numerous cars

Will possibly allow decorating

Sunken Victorian greenhouse

Brick cellar complete with coal sheds

Make-up room

Pathways lead from the lawns down the valley to a well stocked spring fed pond

Woodland-there are a number of acres of woodland within the estate, which extend to approximately 15 acres. The woodland has been planted with mainly native hardwoods and many trees have been planted since 1987 following the hurricane, as the previous owners being ardent conservationists, who won the Farming and Conservation Award for Essex in 1992. The main species planted include Oak, Ash, Wild Cherry, Crab, Holly, Yew, Hawthorn, Field Maple and Sweet Chestnut. In addition Cricket Bat Willow Trees have been planted within the Chelmer River Valley over many years, which runs through the estate.

Pasture- there are also a number of pasture areas with an abundance of flora and fauna, including deer, munjack, rabbits, hares and squirrels.

Wildlife-The Estate has a large number of songbirds including Nightingales, Skylarks, Tawny and Little Owls, Kestrels and some English Partridges. Other birds include Goldfinch, Chaffinch, Tree Sparrow, Woodpeckers, Kingfisher and Warblers. The Permanent Set Aside has particularly encouraged the wildlife.

Stream running through woodland.

Derelict Victorian swimming pool

Plenty of space for prop storage

Stansted Airport with express railway links to London approximately 10 minutes drive.

Outside caterers

Good local public houses