4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
This 1610 built home has been much-improved during our client's ownership and is a wonderful home for entertaining thanks to a semi-open plan ground floor.
Improvements to the property include a new roof, high-grade insulation throughout, three sets of bi-fold doors (making it extremely light for a house of its age), a newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a mix of modern and period style radiators, modern bathrooms, log-burners in two of the reception rooms and the addition a solar-panels that provide a high-tariff income and contribute towards the property's impressive EPC rating.
For buyers who work from home or who have a hobby, a useful garden office with a fast internet connection is positioned just a few meters from the house. This has an outlook over the garden which can be enjoyed in the summer months whilst a (third!) log-burner makes it ideal for use all year round.
The house is located on a quiet, un-adopted residential lane only minutes on foot from a pharmacy, two take-away's, a Café, a One-Stop grocers, a Primary School and a Doctor's surgery. Kirby Cross station is less than half a mile from the front door with links into Colchester and the City of London.
A fully fitted and very stylish kitchen/breakfast room opens directly onto a west-facing patio and is appointed with two ovens, a microwave, a coffee maker, an induction hob and two sinks.
Other highlights of the ground floor include a central dining room which is open-plan to the kitchen and which has a log-burner within a red-brick inglenook fireplace, a sitting room with similar log-burner arrangement and a bay-window, plus a delightful family room which has bi-fold doors to a private patio. There is also a WC and entrance hall.
The master suite is most impressive with a vaulted ceiling and Velux windows. Bi-fold doors in-front of a Juliet Balcony allow in plenty of light and there is a series of fitted wardrobes and a well-appointed en-suite bathroom (with a jet-wash cubicle power shower).
The three remain bedrooms include one other large double and share the use of a family bathroom.
OUTSIDE AND OUTBUILDINGS
To the front of the property there are two shingled parking areas that allow easy access parking for three cars plus driveway access to a double garage at the back of the plot.
The rear garden is divided into three areas: A private patio with a pond that sits between the kitchen and the family room, a south-west facing lawn surrounded by some well-established beds and a decked path, and a second area of lawn at the rear of the plot which is an ideal play-space for children.
POINTS TO NOTE
We understand the property is connected to mains gas, electric, water and sewerage. EPC rating C. Solar panels produce an income IRO of £1700.00 per annum. Council tax band D with Tendring District Council.
The house is located on an un-adopted residential lane where the residents occasionally voluntarily contribute towards maintenance.
Before booking a viewing of any Bloomfield Grey instruction, we suggest that buyers view its full online details including the street-view representation, the site map*, the satellite view and the floor plan. If you have any questions, then please contact Bloomfield Grey. To see the precise location of the property please view the details on the Bloomfield Grey website.
*The satellite images do not show a number of newly constructed bungalows to the rear of the garden. These do appear on the site plan.
No EPC available for this property
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