Roydon is a charming and popular village well located for the neighbouring town, Epping. Epping is a historic market town with a market still held on a Monday. Further afield is Brookfield centre where you will find a 24 hours Tesco and Marks and Spencer. Local amenities in Roydon include a variety of shops, post office, pubs, and a village primary school.
Transport links into London are excellent with an over ground station from Roydon terminating at Liverpool Street or at Cambridge if travelling in the opposite direction. Further afield are also Broxbourne and Harlow rail stations with Broxbourne allowing tap in and out. There are several well regarded state and private schools within easy reach.
Roydon station (Liverpool Street - approximately 30 minutes, Cambridge approximately 55 minutes) 1.8 miles away, Epping tube station 6.9 miles, Stansted airport 16.4 miles, Haileybury School 5.8 miles, St. Edmunds College 5.9 miles. Bishop's Stortford College 13.8 miles
Millers Farm is an attractive period brick and rendered farm house roofed with handmade red clay tiles and located within the Nazeing and South Roydon conservation area. The original house dates back to the mid 17th century with later 19th century additions.
The accommodation to the ground floor comprises; a delightful entrance hallway featuring a beautiful stain glass inner door, a fabulous and spacious sitting room with bay window, feature fireplace complete with a wood burning stove and stunning high ceilings providing the room with a fantastic feeling of space and volume, a spectacular dining and drawing room with original timber beams, inglenook fireplace and a fitted wood burning stove, WC and a lovely 'farm style' kitchen complete with the obligatory aga stove and tiled floor leading into a pleasant conservatory.
The first floor accommodation comprises; a wonderful bright and large principle bedroom with high ceilings, bay window providing stunning views and a well appointed en suite bath/shower room, three further very good sized bedrooms with bedrooms two and three featuring the original timber beams and a family bathroom.
The property is accessed via shingled driveway with space to park numerous vehicles. The total acreage extends to about 22 acres. There is a small stable building on site and an electric feed which is currently not in use. Most of the acreage is open land however there are some woodlands which cover part of the consideration to the rear. To the west of the house is a delightful orchard.
Planning was passed in March 2022 to extend to the rear at ground and first floor level; providing a garden room, utility room and boot room. To the first floor the planning provides a further fifth bedroom and allows for two en suite shower rooms to bedrooms five and two.