Windfall Cottage is an attractive period cottage situated in an appealing south facing position against a wooded backdrop with views over the surrounding rolling farmland. The house is approached over an unmade up farm road which leads to a short gravelled drive and parking area.
The cottage presents traditional painted rendered elevations under a plain tile roof with Upvc double glazed window units and at least part of the house is believed to be timber framed.
The front door leads into an Entrance Hall off which are two south facing reception rooms, study and kitchen, along with a ground floor cloakroom. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms, a single bedroom and shower room.
Windfall Cottage is situated to the north of Epping in an accessible part of South West Essex. The house is approached over a quite country lane and then along a farm road. The village of Epping Upland is about ½ mile to the East with Epping 3½ miles to the south. The peaceful setting belies the accessible location with Epping Underground Station being about 4¼ miles and Junction 7 of M11 motorway about 4½ miles. Central London is about 24 miles.
To the rear of the house is a traditional garage, log store and garden store. The south facing gardens benefit from the rural setting and are pleasantly shaded by mature trees and are mainly lawned with occasional beds and garden shrubs.
The grass paddock is gently undulating in a southerly direction towards Cobbins Brook. It is bordered by mature hedgerows and is well suited to a wide variety of purposes such a pony paddock, smallholding or as a wild flower meadow/ conservation area