Chase House occupies almost the perfect location in a first-class village, close to the Henry Moore Foundation. This is a picturesque location close to Much Hadham and only about four miles from the market town of Bishop’s Stortford.
Chase House was constructed for the present owners by a highly regarded local developer just about 10 years ago and has an internal floor area of about 5,975 sq ft, excluding the garage and garden store. This is a highly specified and well-proportioned house with a generally open plan feeling on the ground floor where there is a vast reception hall, a family room and sitting room, a drawing room with bi-fold doors to the garden and an exceptional kitchen/dining area with
integrated appliances and sliding doors go the terrace and pool. In addition, there is a well equipped utility room, shower room, boot room and air-conditioned wine store, which has the effect of a large walk-in fridge. There is Lutron mood lighting in the kitchen and family room. On the first floor, the master bedroom has two dressing rooms and palatia en suite bath/shower room and doors to a roof terrace. There are four further en suite bedrooms, one with a balcony.
Outside, there is a generous area of lawn to the front of the house and, to one side, a garage block which has three remote controlled doors, a ground floor cloakroom, workshop and first floor rooms and a small kitchen. In one corner of the garden there is a garden room and home office with a wood burning stove, attractive tiling, light and power. Behind the house there is a swimming pool which is heated by an air s ource heat pump, a kitchen garden and a number of
small outbuildings, all enclosed by established hedging. A separate driveway runs down the southern side of the grounds and leads to a gated rear entrance and two garages. The grounds in total are about two acres. The high specification includes ground source geothermal heating, which is cost effective and efficient for heating and hot water.