A truly striking, imposing and aesthetically pleasing grand detached residence residing on this spectacular semi-rural plot of approximately 6 acres boasting some impressive living accommodation, a successful holiday let and B&B business whilst positioned on a breath-taking plot with beautiful grounds and gardens.
The main residence purchased by the current owners some 25 year ago has been reimagined and extended extensively and now offers a range of spacious living and sleeping quarters totalling 3376 sqft. Upon entering the home, you are greeted by a welcoming reception hall with a galleried landing. Doors lead from here to a formal dining room with an open fireplace, an office, sitting room with bar area, and the kitchen/diner. The kitchen offers plenty of storage and a range of appliances. From the kitchen, a door leads into the large utility room, boot room, cloakroom, cleaners storeroom with access to the cellar. Finally, the ground floor accommodation is completed by the large orangery which has bi-folding doors overlooking the garden and courtyard.
Newcombes First Floor Accommodation
On the first floor, the landing leads to the master suite with dual aspect windows with patio doors to a large balcony with exceptional views over the land and a spiral staircase to the garden. The large master bedroom comes with a dressing room and shower room. There are four further good-sized bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms with a further family bathroom.
Studios At Newcombes
An excellent addition to the accommodation at Newcombes is the collection of five, self-contained one bedroom B&B's/holiday lets. Previously ran as very successful business receiving some excellent reviews on booking.com and airbnb, there is huge potential for a prospective purchaser to revive this business, positioned adjacent to the main house they are all fully furnished, equipped and ready to go. The Studios come with their own private garden and five parking spaces.
Grounds & Gardens
As previously mentioned Newcombes sits proudly on a plot of approximately 6 acres. To the front, the property is retained by a dwarf brick wall and a lawned front garden which has a range of trees providing privacy to the home from the road. There is also a sweeping driveway to the front of the home and electric gates to the side of the plot which lead to the garages, courtyard and outbuildings. Parking for the Studios can also be found to the front of the plot.
The garden itself is truly remarkable and is completely private from any neighbouring properties. Split into a variety of different sections it’s a brilliant space for anyone who is green-fingered. There is a varied collection of rare trees and plants which have matured over the years.
The property also comes with its own lake which is the centre-piece of the garden - currently home to three geese and their goslings, moorhens and ducks.
The property also benefits from a range of outbuildings which include a triple garage, a large workshop, and two substantial storage buildings, one with a cloakroom, as well as the boat house which overlooks the lake.
Stables at Newcombes
Some distance from the main home, the existing Stables were converted in 2014 to a development of a three-bedroom bungalow and three, one bedroom bungalows all used in a Holiday Let business with their own access and driveway off the main road, along with their own parking and private garden which is secured by fencing and gates. Available to purchase at a separate negotiation - please speak to a Michaels representative for further information.
The property is connected to mains water, drainage, electricity and oil fired heating.
Great Yeldham is a village in north Essex, England, about 6 miles (10 km) from the Suffolk border. Great Yeldham is situated along the A1017 road (formerly A604) between Braintree and Haverhill. The village is where the infant River Colne is joined by a stream from near Stambourne and another that has flowed via Toppesfield. Great Yeldham contains the "Great Oak", an old preserved oak tree in the centre of the village, which is claimed to have been recorded in William the Conqueror's Domesday Book of 1086.
The village boasts a Post Office and village store; a small Supermarket; two fast food take-away outlets; a Veterinary Surgery; an outreach Doctors’ Surgery; a hairdressers and three Public Houses.