5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Sold STC
Tudor House is a substantial semi-detached property which was originally built in 1580 but which has been improved and extended several times since including the addition of a handsome Georgian façade and a two storey (20th Century) rear addition.
The tasteful renovations carried out by our clients since 2015 are in keeping with its period and Grade Two Listing; these include thorough redecoration in every room, re-wiring, a new plumbing and heating systems, and the modernisation of the kitchen and bathrooms. Period features which have been retained include sash windows, red brick fireplaces, ceiling beams and studwork.
The property offers well-proportioned and well-arranged living space for house of its age including two reception rooms with full-height sash windows overlooking the green at the front, and two equivalent bedrooms on the first floor. As well as three further bedrooms, there is a large landing with space for a desk or a sofa, a study, and three bath/shower rooms.
The kitchen has been fitted with stone surfaces and features a pantry and a gas range cooker with an extractor above. Other accommodation on the ground floor includes a WC, a utility/boot room, and a hallway which opens into a garden room with French doors to the rear.
The entire top floor could be used as a standalone master bedroom suite if required.
GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS
The rear garden measures 80 feet in depth and is 55 feet wide. It is edged on three sides by an attractive red brick wall and features a large lawn, several raised beds, a patio, a willow tunnel, box hedging and a corner pavilion with soft seating and a pan tile roof.
A detached single garage that measures 23 feet sits to side of the house and there is private off-street parking for two cars.
The property is located close to the centre of Elmstead Market overlooking the village’s green and war memorial. It is set back from most passing traffic and it is located only moments on foot from a Budgens supermarket, the village Primary School and the village cricket club.
Colchester is found around three miles to the west and is easily reachable via good roads. Essex University’s Wivenhoe campus is just two miles from the property.
London commuters can choose from train services that leave from Wivenhoe Station (3 miles) or Colchester North Mainline Station (5.7 miles) with the latter service taking around 50-minutes.
POINTS TO NOTE
The property is connected to mains gas, water, electric and sewerage. Broadband speed 65-mpbs. Council tax band F with Tendring District Council and payments of £261.00 PCM.
The log burners and the cooker shown in the sales photographs are NOT included in the sale.
Listed building consent has been granted to upgrade the windows at the rear of the house to wood-framed double-glazed units.
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No EPC available for this property
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