Queens Folly is situated in Old Mead Lane, which is a private road set close to the villages of Henham and Elsenham, where there is a mainline station with regular services to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge. On either side of the lane there are a significant number of individual properties and Queens Folly is set towards the beginning of the lane and has a paddock behind and farmland on one side.
The property was built in the 1930s but was extended by the current owner in the 1990s. We believe the original house is solid brick and the extension is constructed in blockwork.
The accommodation is arranged over a single level and includes an enclosed porch and a rear hall, three reception rooms, two with open fireplaces and at the back of the property, a large conservatory with doors to the terrace. The kitchen has a good range of storage cupboards and integrated appliances and there is an adjoining large entrance lobby and utility room. There are four bedrooms and a bathroom. There are three roof hatches leading to an insulated roof space.
Outside, the driveway runs to the side of the property and leads to a double garage and workshop. This fine rectangular plot is easily maintained, enclosed by fencing and laid to lawn with a terrace at the back of the house and there are a number of trees including a specimen beech tree.