2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Coggeshall Road, Bradwell, Essex>
- Charming Semi-Detached House
- Wealth of Period Features
- Wide frontage with excellent potential
- Living Room with Inglenook Fireplace
- Double Garage
- Charming Garden
- Access to Decking Area Overlooking the River
A charming semi detached character cottage offering delightful accommodation and with a wealth of period features. There are exposed timbers to the ceiling, a magnificent inglenook fireplace to the living room with log burning stove and the property enjoys a wide road frontage with double garage and large driveway providing parking for 5 + vehicles. The property offers excellent potential and the charming rear garden backs onto open fields with access to a delightful decking area overlooking the river (which the vendors enjoy the use of ). In brief the accommodation comprises: living room, kitchen, inner lobby, bathroom, two bedrooms to the first floor. Outbuildings include: former bake house (now utility room) and double garage with upstairs office. Without hesitation internal viewing is highly recommended.
14' 4" x 12' 8" (4.37m x 3.86m) Entrance door to living room with inglenook fireplace and log burning stove, bressumer over, exposed timbers to ceilings and walls, secondary D/G window to front, under stairs storage cupboard, Oak stripped flooring. Two radiators.
12' 3" x 11' 1" (3.73m x 3.38m) A range of cream coloured base units with cupboards, wooden work surfaces over, matching eye level wall cabinets, built in oven and dishwasher, cupboard housing recently fitted new Baxi boiler (Jan 2021), butler sink unit, door and adjacent window to rear, part tiled walls, stone floor, door to stairs to first floor. Radiator. Door to:
Tiling to floor, storage cupboard. Door to:
Window to rear with leaded lights. Bath with shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin. Radiator.
Window and fuse box.
14' 3" x 8' 3" (4.34m x 2.51m) Secondary D/G window to front. Exposed timbers to walls. Radiator.
10' 8" x 7' 8" (3.25m x 2.34m) Window to rear. Access to loft space, cast iron fireplace, door to dressing room. Radiator.
6' 1" x 5' 4" (1.85m x 1.63m)
To the side of the property there is a double garage 18' x 17' 5
18' x 17' 5" (5.49m x 5.31m) Doors to front, power and lighting connected, staircase to boarded loft area above/office.
17' 8" x 8' (5.38m x 2.44m) increasing into eaves to front and rear. Wood effect flooring.
12' 6" x 11' 10" (3.81m x 3.61m) Former bake house with space for washing machine, former bread oven, butler sink unit. Windows to either side, vaulted ceiling, storage base units with drawers and cupboards, work surfaces over.
The rear garden is well landscaped including a lawn, established flower and shrub borders, corner decking area, hot tub with pergola (under separate negotiation), greenhouse, brick storage shed to the rear of the bake house. To the end of the garden there are gates leading to a path to a decking area which the vendors enjoy the use of, which overlooks the river.
Please note this property is a listed building meaning it is of local or national historical interest. It is important to understand that there may be restrictions on what works can be carried out on the property and listed building consent may be required. There are many mis-understandings surrounding listed buildings therefore we would advise visiting for more information.
The property is situated on the road between Marks Tey and Braintree in the village of Bradwell. Bradwell is a semi-rural village situated between the towns of Braintree and Coggeshall, yet a short walk from the main road takes you through the comparative peace and quiet of The Street, past the village green and on to Church Road which leads you through countryside and farmland to the parish Church of Holy Trinity. There is a convenient and direct bus route to Braintree and Colchester, with the addition of a shuttle bus to Stansted Airport. The village of Stisted is located approximately 2 miles away noted for it's primary school with exceptional Ofsted reports. The nearby town of Coggeshall offers a range of amenities and from here Kelvedon mainline railway station is approximately 5.4 miles by road. There are numerous footpaths leading from the house, across fields and river to the local pubs in nearby villages.
Braintree District Council
Heritage Estate Agents - Coggeshall
3b Manchester House, Church Street Coggeshall, Essex Co6 1TU
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