BACKGROUND AND HISTORY The Property is a substantial mixed use estate set in a semi-rural location. Set on a plot of just over 5.5 acres this estate has a large versatile detached bungalow offering up to 7 bedrooms, a detached two bedroom guest annexe, two large workshops, one being approximately 6000 sq ft and the other being 2000 sq ft with established B1 business usage (09/0776/FUL change of use of farm buildings to carpentry workshops with external generator) In December 2009 09/05151/DET conditions were formally discharged).
The site lies in greenbelt land but may offer future prospects for development, subject to planning, albeit not considered likely in the immediate future.
In total there are 5 stables, three in the main yard, and two set in the paddocks which can be independently accessed from the road. Other equestrian facilities include a 40 x 20 m floodlit manege and a small paddock with a derby bank.
SETTING & LOCATION Althorne is a sought after waterside village on the edge of the Dengie Peninsular, an area popular with sailing enthusiasts especially around the waterside town of Burnham on Crouch (4 miles) with its renowned sailing clubs and a good selection of shops, pubs and schools. Althorne village has the benefit of a train station (1 mile) with services to London Liverpool Street via Shenfield. There are local facilities within walking distance; the village shop and post office and a village pub and recreation ground.
The popular sailing town of Burnham on Crouch is within 4 miles offering a wider range of amenities, and the larger towns of South Woodham Ferrers (7 miles) and Maldon (8 miles) offer more comprehensive facilities. The Three Rivers Golf & Country Club can be found in Cold Norton (5 miles).