Priors Cottage is a Listed building considered of architectural and historical merit. The earliest part of the building was constructed around 500 years ago making the oldest part of the building Tudor in age but there have been later extensions. The building is of traditional construction largely timber framed with rendered elevations. Priors Cottage is set towards the northern end of the village of Little Hadham. A very convenient location with easy access to the A120, A10 and M11 motorway. There is also a mainline train station in Bishop’s Stortford which is about 4 miles distant.
The individual property has been carefully maintained by the current owners and is approached by a short meandering pathway through the gardens to the
front door. There is an entrance hallway, cloakroom and utility area. The kitchen is well fitted and has an integrated Rangemaster oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There is also a water softener in the utility room/cloakroom and a water purifier under the kitchen sink. To the rear, there is a large split level open plan living/dining area, exposed timbers, door to the driveway and a staircase to the first floor, French doors opening to the garden and there is a central feature brick fireplace with multi fuel burner.
There are three bedrooms and a landing study to the first floor and a family bathroom with separate shower.
The garden is over 100ft in length with an exceptional array of mature shrubs, fruit trees and herbaceous borders and an excellent terrace behind the house. There is an ancient Yew tree to the front of the property and mature Ash tree. The gardens back on to the River Ash which flows in the winter but rarely in the summer and there are fields beyond