It's difficult to imagine the serenity and beauty of the surroundings of this picturesque property situated on the Shortgrove Estate set in a landscape designed by the famous Capability Brown in the 18th Century. Approached via a long stately driveway which crosses a bridge designed by Robert Adam, the property was originally built as a dairy in 1900 and is now a charming bijou country home surrounded by gardens and parkland approaching three acres. The nearest town is the historic Saffron Walden which offers a range of boutique shops and cafés plus a wonderful market twice a week. The town also has excellent schools and a concert hall. Audley End Station is less than a mile away with direct trains to London (55 mins) and Cambridge (20 mins). For racing enthusiasts, Newmarket is only 20 minutes drive away.