Guide price £550,000
A beautifully presented 4-bedroom detached family home with a delightful garden. Conveniently located within the medieval village of Earls Colne.
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A beautifully presented detached family home, with 4 fully independent bedrooms and a delightful and private garden. Located within the ever-popular Earls Colne village at the heart of the picturesque Colne Valley local nature reserve.
The property is approached by an attractive and enclosed shingle driveway which provides off road parking for several vehicles and access to a single garage. There is a spacious front garden mainly laid to lawn surrounded by tall trees and mature hedging.
A wide open tiled porch with a circular window provides shelter to the solid wood front door which opens into the Entrance Hall with window to the front aspect, wooden floorboards, stairs to the first floor and glass panelled doors leading to:
Window to rear aspect. Low-level WC and wash hand basin inset to vanity unit. Tiled floor.
A wonderfully warm, light and airy room with a window on either side of the fireplace with inset log burner. Radiator. Double doors open out through to the conservatory.
A stunning addition to the property which feeds light and warmth into the sitting room and helps to bring the best of the gardens essence and colour into the home. Pitched glazed ceiling with windows on three sides and further double doors that open out into the garden Elegant vertical blinds in cream. Wood-effect laminate flooring. Electric radiator.
A large bay window to the front aspect overlooks the front garden and is open plan to the kitchen. Radiator.
Comprising a range of matching eye and base level units in cream underneath roll top surfaces with inset one bowl sink. Window to rear aspect overlooking the garden. Integrated appliances include; Neff double ovens, Neff electric hob with extractor hood over and dishwasher. The kitchen benefits from an adjacent utility room with a window to the side aspect, a further range of matching storage units and space/plumbing for a washing machine. A stable door provides access to the rear garden.
The first-floor landing provides access to all bedroom accommodation, eaves storage, loft access and a recently refurbished family bathroom.
The magnificent master bedroom spans the full depth of the property and benefits from a triple aspect to the front, rear and side. Radiator.
Window to the front aspect. Radiator.
Window to the side aspect. Hatch door to eaves storage. Radiator.
Window to the rear aspect. Built in airing cupboard. Radiator.
Two windows to the rear aspect, WC, wash hand basin inset to vanity unit, panel enclosed bath and free-standing shower. Radiator.
Double external glass pained doors open from the front drive into the Office/Games Room with window to side aspect. The room provides ideal accommodation for an office or study and has the potential to be connected internally to the dining room subject to planning permission.
The delightful rear garden can be accessed by wooden gates on both sides of the property and features a paved terrace area, perfect for family barbeques and al fresco dining.
A door provides access into the garage, which is presently used as a workshop, with windows to the garden side aspect and an attached greenhouse at one end. The remainder of the generously proportioned garden is mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees (including apple, plum and fig) and an abundance of mature planting and flowers all enclosed by a wooden panelled fence. A wooden shed is located at the rear of the garden providing garden storage.
Gas-fired central heating. Double-glazed throughout. Mains electricity water and drainage. Note: None of the services has been tested by the agent.
Earls Colne is a beautiful village nestling in the Colne Valley, in the north of Essex, approximately 11 miles to the west of Colchester, 9 miles north of Kelvedon and 6 miles to Marks Tey, all with mainline railway stations to London Liverpool Street. Earls Colne is named after the River Colne which flows through the valley. It is a historic village with a church dating from the 13th Century and many houses built in the 17th and 18th Century. The village is surrounded by wonderful countryside and is ideal for cycling and walking. Earls Colne has a number of shops and services situated in the High Street, which include; a library, hardware store, café, supermarket, post office, hairdressers, butchers and a pharmacy. The village also boasts two golf courses, a sports centre, pubs and a restaurant. A short drive away is the A12 providing access to East Anglia and south to London and the M25. The A120 is a short drive away providing access to Stansted Airport and the M11.
Colchester claims to be Britain's oldest recorded town. A historic market town with a Norman Castle and Roman walls, it is certainly steeped in history. Today the modern town centre provides much of what is expected of a major town with many national retailers and specialists shops and with bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. The town centre also has its own multi-screen cinema, the Mercury Theatre and the Firstsite Art Gallery. Excellent schooling includes two leading Grammar Schools. Further educational facilities include a Sixth Form College, the Colchester Institute and the University of Essex.
Braintree District Council
Council Tax Band: E
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