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2 bedroom property in Hogarth Court, Sible Hedingham
Sales
£177,500 Leasehold

A contemporary two bedroom apartment situated on the ground floor of this newly built block within the extremely sought after Bloor Homes Earls Garden development in Sible Hedingham. Immaculately presented throughout, with neutral décor and high quality finish, the property comprises of a spacious open-plan kitchen/living area with the kitchen offering a range of wall and base units with integrated appliances, stainless steel oven with ceramic hob and Capron double sink. The Living area has space for a dining table and seating area and has French double doors opening on to a Balcony offering outside space. The main bedroom is a generous size double room with a light and airy feel and has access to a en-suite shower room which boasts a shower cubicle, WC and hand wash basin. The second bedroom is a small double which again has a light and airy feel. The main bathroom leads of a L-shaped hallway which also has doors opening on to two spacious storage cupboards. The modern bathroom suite has a panelled bath, hand wash basin and second WC. Other benefits include two allocated parking spaces as well as spaces for visitors, bike storage, double glazing, gas central heating and entry phone system.There is an extensive nature reserve that backs on to the development which features woodland and footpaths for all to enjoy. The Earls Garden development offers tranquil village life with all the necessities for modern living. As one of the most popular villages in the area, Sible Hedingham presents a range of everyday convenience including a supermarket, library, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy and a post office along with a primary and secondary school. There are also bus routes that go direct to Braintree via Halstead and also connect to routes to Sudbury and Colchester. Just across the River Colne lies the charming historic village of Castle Hedingham, home to additional amenities including restaurants, pubs, teas rooms and the magnificent landmark of Hedingham Castle and Gardens. With spectacular events throughout the year, from Jousting Tournaments to an Open-Air Theatre and Vintage Fairs, there is something for all the family to enjoy.

2 bedroom property in Mill Chase, Halstead
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OIRO £220,000

Presenting a highly sought after flint cottage built in 1870 and set in a quiet corner of Halstead, just a short walk from the town centre. The cottage has been newly renovated throughout combining a beautiful mix of old features and modern design. You enter the cottage directly into the living room where the entire ground floor has been fitted with solid wood floor boards. Divided by wooden beams the lounge then leads onto the kitchen/dinner, fitted with white wooden units, solid wood worktops, a butler ceramic sink and space for range cooker. Double doors lead out onto a tidy patio garden. Ascending the stairs brings you to a landing which leads onto a white glossy bathroom with contrasting dark Farrow & Ball walls consisting of a square hand basin, W.C, chrome towel rail and a double ended bath. The main bedroom is a good size, situated at the front of the property with exposed brickwork. The second bedroom, like the main bedroom is newly carpeted in a neutral colour and overlooks the back. Externally the front garden is laid to lawn with a gravel pathway leading to a driveway with off road parking. A decked, un-overlooked patio sits to the rear of the property. SituationHalstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.Halstead is well placed at the head of the Colne Valley, renowned for its natural beauty, and nestles amongst the undulating open farmland of North Essex. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 10 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 10 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 25 miles to the west.Colchester 14 miles | Kelvedon (London Liverpool Street 50 minutes) 10 miles | Bishops Stortford (Stansted Airport and M11) 25 miles | GeneralServices: All mains services are connected. Local authorities: Braintree District council Tel: 01376 552525 Essex County Council Tel: 0845 7430403

2 bedroom property in Brook Street, Colne Engaine
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Guide price £239,995 Freehold

Brimming with character this Grade II Listed period cottage is situated in the heart of the popular village of Colne Engaine. Heavily beamed throughout the cottage has two reception rooms, a newly fitted kitchen with quality appliances and fittings, two small double bedrooms and a dressing room. Outside the property is set back from the street behind a established front garden and there is a pretty rear courtyard which catches the evening sun.You enter the house through a panelled wooden entrance door with feature leaded light, stain glass window and arrive in a handy reception porch with herringbone brick floor. The beautiful brick floor continues through into the living room and is believed to have formally been part of the village church before its restoration. The living room has a central redbrick chimney inset with 'Stovax' cast iron log burner, wooden stairs which ascend to the first floor and a top hung sash window overlooking the street. A square arch leads through to the dining room which again boasts a central brick chimney (currently blocked) with storage built into the chimney side recess. A window to the side creates natural light and a further arch leads into the kitchen. The kitchen was re-fitted in 2015, cream wooden fronted cupboards and drawers offer plenty of storage and incorporate a integrated under counter fridge and freezer. There is a solid wooden worktop inset with a 'Villeroy & Boch' ceramic under-mount one and a half bowl sink and 'Perrin & Rowe' mixer tap. A 'Zanussi' ceramic four ring hob, double fan oven under and glass extractor hood over. There is a window and door to side giving access to the garden and a door to the rear into the bathroom. The bathroom has a white suite with shower attachment over, low level WC and hand wash basin. There is an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and a chrome heated towel rail. Upstairs a landing gives access to the two bedrooms and dressing room. Bedroom one at the front has a decorative 'Victorian' style fireplace and storage cupboard. Bedroom two again has a 'Victorian' style decorative fireplace and sash window to rear. Both are small double size rooms and have tented ceilings due to the first floor being partially built into the roof. The dressing room (formally a bedroom) has triple fronted floor to ceiling built in wardrobes and a window to the rear. Outside the front garden is laid to shingle with established flower/shrub border, retained by a redbrick front wall. The rear courtyard garden is accessed by 2 steps at the end of the side passage accessed from the kitchen and has a raised rear flower border all enclosed by timber fencing. Although the garden is north facing, due to its elevated position and single storey Victorian extension to the rear, the westerly aspect gets sun for most of the day and all evening. Agents Note. There is a historic right of way for the owner of No. 4 & 4a Brook Street to access their gardens. We understand that this is rarely used. The property has a right of way over the neighbouring courtyard garden No.8 for access.Colne Engaine is located in a remarkable stretch of countryside between Halstead, Coggeshall and Sudbury. The village has a local shop and there are a number of schools in the area including a village primary school in Colne Engaine, two private schools in the nearby villages of Gosfield and Felsted. Special Notice - Under the Estate Agent Act 1979 section 21, notice is hereby given that a personal interest exists (a business associate or relative of either the director or an employee of Breadmore Webb Estate Agents Ltd).

2 bedroom property in The Street, Ashen
Sales
£239,995 Freehold

The property is set back from the street behind a gravel drive on which you could comfortably park four vehicles. The drive leads to the side of the bungalow giving access to a covered carport and garage. The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn with established hedging to the front and one side and fencing to the other boundary. You enter the bungalow at the front and arrive in a reception hall from where doors radiate into the bedrooms and bathroom, and a panelled glazed door then leads to the living accommodation which is positioned at the back of the bungalow overlooking the garden. Bedroom one is a generous sized double bedroom. There is a large UPVc double glazed window overlooking the front and plenty of room for a wardrobe and dressing table. Bedroom two is a well proportioned single room with UPVc double glazed window overlooking the side carport. The bathroom has a white suite with panelled bath and over bath mixer shower, WC and hand wash basin, the walls are partly tiled and a window again looks out to the side.Moving through to the back of the bungalow,. the kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of storage cupboards and drawers and a worktop which offers ample space for food preparation. The worktop is inset with a one and a quarter bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and space for a range style cooker. The cabinets also incorporate space for a washing machine and dishwasher. Two UPVc double glazed windows flood the room with light and a door leads to the side giving access to the carport and drive. The living room has patio doors to the rear which open onto the conservatory and a central fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove. The conservatory which is currently used as a dining space has lovely views over the garden and countryside beyond. The rear garden has been lovingly planted with a variety of flowers and shrubs, with an additional raised border along one side. The garden is predominately lawned and has open countryside views to the rear.Situated on the south side of the Stour Valley in a Special Landscape Area, the Village of Ashen has around 120 dwellings. The parish boundary runs along the River Stour to the north and abuts the parish boundaries of Ridgewell, Ovington and Belchamp St Paul on its other sides. At its centre is a conservation area and the parish contains a wealth of listed buildings and other remains, including the 12th c. church, which is listed grade A and is of national importance. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book.The village has an active community with a village hall and a playing field and children’s playground, which has been recently replaced to a high standard. There is a flower club and a local arts club (based at Clare). There are numerous events over the year, many organised by the Village Hall Committee, including the village fete and other events ( including a highly successful art exhibition combined with a village barbeque and teddy bears parachute jump). There are a number of livery stables in the area. There are tennis courts and a bowls club at Stoke-by-Clare, just across the river. The regional Stour Valley footpath runs through the parish along the river to the north. The village is accessed by lanes of considerable charm and antiquity including Doctor’s Lane and Hollow Road. There are shops at Clare (including a Coop generally open all days of the week), Stoke-by-Clare and Ridgewell. Major supermarkets are available at Haverhill, Sudbury and Braintree along with an extensive range of leisure and other facilities. The Stour Valley is rightly renowned for its landscape and historic buildings. Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds are reasonably near by with their extensive facilities. There are twice weekly bus services to Haverhill and Sudbury. The nearest railway stations are at Sudbury, Braintree and Wendens Ambo.

3 bedroom property in Thackeray Close, Braintree
Sales
£240,000 Freehold

This three bedroomed mid terraced family home is in a quiet, desirable position close to Braintree Freeport station and Freeport designer village. The property is accessed through a large front garden into a front porch. The porch then leads you through into the living room, a large and airy room with patio doors to the back. To the left is the kitchen/dining room again a nice size, fitted with wood effect units, granite effect worktops, an oven, hob and a sink basin. Walking through the kitchen leads onto a lobby where doors radiate to a pantry, a downstairs cloakroom with a W.C and hand wash basin and a good sized utility room giving another route of access onto the back garden. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms which are all serviced by a family bathroom consisting of a W.C, hand wash basin and a bath with overhead shower. The bathroom is tiled in a contrasting deep brown with matching wood effect flooring. Externally, both gardens see a good amount of sun. The front garden is unusually large and is mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders and bushes which create extra privacy. The rear garden is laid to lawn and has a sizable decking area with built in LED lighting, perfect for family BBQ's. Beyond the rear garden through a back gate leads out onto the properties driveway and to the garage. The property is situated within close proximity to local amenities, Braintree railway station and local primary and secondary schools. The property is also within easy access of the A120 giving good commuter access to Chelmsford, Stansted, and Colchester. Braintree is a historic market town that benefits from a good selection of local primary and secondary schools including both Lyons Hall and The Notley High School, Alec Hunter Humanities College, and Braintree Sixth Form College, as well as a thriving Town Centre and the famous Freeport Designer Outlet Village.Special notice - Under the estate agent act 1979 section 21, notice is hereby given that a personal interest exists (a business associate or relative of either the director or an employee of Breadmore Webb Estate Agents limited)

3 bedroom property in Brook Terrace, Halstead
Sales
£245,000 Freehold

This three bedroomed semi-detatched home is placed down a quiet privately owned road in the heart of Sible Hedingham. This ideal family home offers a beautifully landscaped garden, three double bedrooms, off road parking and an open plan kitchen diner, perfect for summer get-togethers. You enter the property into a light and airy hallway with exposed wooden flooring and under stairs storage. To the left is the living room, a bright room with a large window facing to the front of the house and plush neutral carpet. Moving to the back, there is a large open plan kitchen/diner newly fitted with cream country style units and walnut wood effect workshops. The kitchen is kitted out with a breakfast bar, LED lighting, integrated dishwasher, a chrome bosh hob and oven, integrated fridge/freezer and a chrome sink. The kitchen flows nicely onto the dining area which has an open brick fireplace, exposed wooden flooring and a large window overlooking the rear garden. Past the kitchen is a back lobby followed by the main family bathroom consisting of a bath with overhead shower, W.C and a hand wash basin.The entirety of the first floor is carpeted in a versatile neutral toned carpet. The master bedroom is a spacious room with a feature fireplace and over stairs cupboards. The second bedroom, again has an ornamental fireplace and both bedrooms two and three are good in size with views over the rear garden.Externally the rear landscaped garden is a fabulous size for socialising, mainly laid to lawn with a Cotswold stone area. The summer house at the end of the garden has been made into a very useable space with a wooden door, wood effect flooring and power throughout. A side gate gives access to the front where there is parking for three cars above Cotswold stones.

3 bedroom property in Head Street, HALSTEAD
Sales
OIEO £250,000 Freehold

Brimming with charm and character this early 17th century, former coaching inn, offers a wealth of period features and is located close to the centre of Halstead. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and includes; three bedrooms, a spacious first floor bathroom, large conservatory, downstairs cloakroom, kitchen/diner, characterful lounge and parking to the rear.

2 bedroom property in Dame Mary Walk, Halstead
Sales
Guide price £250,000 Leasehold

Set on the peaceful, popular development of Priory Hall is this newly renovated two bedroom cottage. The development which is for the over 55's offers its own amenities as well as being a short walk from Halstead town.After entering the cottage through a green wooden door you are lead directly into an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor on your left where there is also access to a large under stairs storage cupboard. To the right, is a spacious clockroom with a W.C and hand basin. The room is made unusually light and airy from a large double window. Beyond the hall is a bright living with double doors to the back. The room is carpeted in a neutral stone colour. The kitchen flows directly from the lounge but is partly separated from the living space, giving an open plan feel with a bit of privacy. The kitchen is fitted out with cream wooden units made to match the internal wall colour of the property. There are two glass cabinets with LED lighting, perfect to showcase dinner sets or ornaments. A porcelain sink and built in electric oven sits within the solid wooden worktops.Moving up the stairs to the first floor brings you to a generous sized landing with two double windows for added light and access to a second storage cupboard. The two double bedrooms are both very proportionate in size and over look the bowling green. The main bathroom is tiled in a cream marble effect and fitted with a pale wood effect laminate flooring. This spacious bathroom consists of a W.C, hand basin, bath with shower over, as well as a separate hand held shower head.Outside is a private patio area which then leads onto beautifully kept communal gardens with a choice of seating areas. Beyond the gardens is allocated parking for the property. The development itsself boasts its own healthcare facilities, café, hairdressers, cinema, sweet shops, residents lounge and an orangery with outside patios.

4 bedroom property in Hedingham Road, Halstead
Sales
£285,000 Freehold

This spacious 4 bedroom semi detached house is just a stone's throw away from the town centre with a good sized garden, two reception rooms, a large fitted kitchen/dinning room, downstairs cloakroom and a garage plus off road parking for multiple vehicle's.

3 bedroom property in Hedingham Road, Halstead
Sales
£300,000 Freehold

This characterful three bedroomed house is set elevated away from the road and is just a two-minute walk from the town centre. Built by the Courtauld family around 1928, this charming home has a large open plan kitchen/dining room, living room, 3 bedrooms, a first-floor bathroom and a downstairs shower room. The rear garden is wide in size with a patio area. You arrive to the front door in a sheltered porch with a solid wood front door which then leads onto a reception hall with tilled floor and stairs which ascend to the first floor. To the left of the hall is a spacious kitchen/dining room which has been extended to create a sociable kitchen/diner with space for a snug area where there is a cosy open fire. Like all the rooms there is solid oak flooring throughout and leaded design windows which stretch across the walls flooding natural light through. Stainless steel appliances including a sink and a 5-ring oven are set within the crisp white country style units and solid wooden worktops. A large under stairs storage cupboard holds space for a washing machine and other household essentials. A downstairs shower room is accessed towards the back of the room and is fully tiled in fresh white tiles consisting of a corner shower, W.C and sink basin. French doors lead directly onto the back patio, these kept open in the warm weather intensify the spacious feel of the room. Moving back through the entrance hall leads to the living room with a brick open fire again, a good size with solid wooden flooring and dual aspect lead design windows. Ascending the stairs from the hall, you arrive on the first-floor landing where a long strip of leaded effect windows let light in. Directly to the left is the master bedroom, a large room with views over the Colne valley, a feature fireplace, a built in over stairs storage cupboard and wooden flooring. To the left of the master bedroom is the main bathroom consisting of a chrome towel rail, a bath with overhead shower, W.C and a large sink basin. Opposite on the other side of the hall are the further two bedrooms. Bedroom two is a good size double, filled with natural light and a feature brick fireplace. Bedroom three again has solid wood floors and an extra high angled ceiling giving added depth to the room. Outside: The property is set back and elevated from the road. Steps lead up to a lawned front garden with established shrubs and a path leads to the front porch. The rear garden is laid to lawn in a wide L shape which laid to lawn with multiple unoverlooked paved patio areas.SituationHalstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.Halstead is well placed at the head of the Colne Valley, renowned for its natural beauty, and nestles amongst the undulating open farmland of North Essex. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 10 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 10 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 25 miles to the west.Colchester 14 miles | Kelvedon (London Liverpool Street 50 minutes) 10 miles | Bishops Stortford (Stansted Airport and M11) 25 miles | GeneralServices: All mains services are connected. Local authorities: Braintree District council Tel: 01376 552525 Essex County Council Tel: 0845 7430403

2 bedroom property in Bradford Street, Bocking
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Guide price £300,000 Freehold

37a Bradford Street was constructed as a annex to the adjoining The Bawn in 1901. Built at the time of the arts and crafts movement the property has considerable character with ornate features which include original windows with brass window locks. The property was originally used as a doctors surgery until the mid 20th century when it became a residential dwelling. In recent years the now bungalow has had a new roof (2014) and lapsed planning permission was granted for it to be converted into two dwellings.Internally the property is in need of modernisation throughout but has some fine architectural features which include a 18ft long living room with central fireplace and high ceilings. Outside there is a hardstanding area with gates to the street. You could comfortably park four vehicles with established shrubs and borders.The north Essex town of Braintree and it's more residential neighbour, Bocking, have a long and fascinating history rivalling that of any ancient English borough. From the 14th century, the woolen cloth trade brought prosperity to Bocking in particular, and the development of bays and says in the 16th century ensured the township's continued success in the industry. Bradford Street was identified with the woolen cloth trade, when the name of Bocking described a distinct type of cloth, and large fortunes were made by famous Essex families who owed their prosperity to their mercantile efforts in Bradford Street. By the C17 at least 7 cloth halls are recorded, where weekly sales of yarn and cloth took place. Many of the wool traders were involved in the management of the Inns and Public houses. A number of surviving buildings reflect this prosperity, and Bradford Street amply justifies its title as "a street of outstanding architectural and historic importance".

2 bedroom property in Sloe Hill, HALSTEAD
Sales
£340,000 Freehold

Built in 1936 this two bedroom detached house sits in an elevated position overlooking countryside. The highly desirable location is within half a mile of Halstead town centre and all the amenities. The property is set back from the street behind a hardstanding parking area and lawned front garden. You approach via a path which leads to a entrance door on the side. Upon arrival in the reception hall stairs ascend to the first floor and doors radiate to the living room at the front and kitchen/diner to the rear. The living room is a well proportioned room which is flooded with natural light from a large bay window which overlooks the front garden, street and countryside beyond. A central fireplace inset with cast iron stove is flanked on both sides by floor to ceiling bookshelves/storage cupboards which have been built into the chimney side recesses. The room has a wooden floor and original picture rails. Moving towards the back of the house you arrive in the kitchen/diner. The kitchen area is fitted with a comprehensive range of storage cupboards and drawers and a worktop offers ample space for food preparation. The worktop is inset with a one and a quarter bowl sink unit with mixer tap and built in four ring gas hob with electric oven under and extractor fan over. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tall fridge/freezer. The dining part of the room comfortably has space for a good size dining table and four chairs. The rear elevation wall has exposed brickwork and windows on both sides and to the rear. There is a under stairs storage cupboard and lobby to the rear which in turn gives access to the WC and rear garden.Having ascended the stairs you arrive on the first floor landing. Doors lead to the two bedrooms and first floor bathroom. The main bedroom, at the front is a generously proportioned double room with lovely countryside views and a feature decorative chimney opening with oak surround and mantle. There is also a handy storage cupboard which interconnects with the bathroom. Bedroom two at the rear is again double size with views over the garden. The bathroom is spacious with a panelled bath with over bath shower, hand wash basin and WC. The rear garden is an oasis. Commencing with storage sheds and a summer house which are accessed over a patio to the rear of the house. Steps lead up to a lawned area which is flanked by established flower and shrub borders. An arch leads through an hedgerow to the rear portion of the garden. Again mainly laid to lawn the garden has further established shrubs and trees and a path leads towards a vegetable area to the rear.Situation - Halstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.

3 bedroom property in Hopgrounds, Great Maplestead
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OIEO £350,000 Freehold

Detached bungalow located in non estate position with countryside views to front and back. Located in the popular village of Great Maplestead just outside Halstead. The bungalow has flexible accommodation which consists of four bedrooms (currently one is used as a study and one as a dining room) a living room with open fire, kitchen, cloakroom and bathroom. Outside the property sits on a good size plot with single garage, parking and rear garden.

4 bedroom property in Brook Street, Colne Engaine
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£360,000 Freehold

This well presented four bedroom detached house is located close to the centre of the very popular village of Colne Engaine. The property offers well proportioned accommodation which includes a separate dining room and living room, conservatory, re-fitted luxury kitchen with 'Range' style cooker, the aforementioned four bedrooms, which all have far reaching views, a family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom. Outside the property is located in a non estate position set back from the street behind its own drive which leads to a integral garage. There is a landscaped garden with a raised lawn, patio and extensive flower and shrub borders.You approach the house over a hard-landscaped driveway which leads to the garage and continues to the side creating a path to the front door. The remainder of the front garden is lawned with established shrubs borders to the front and side. A secure lockable gate gives access to the rear and a step leads up to the front door.From the reception hall stairs ascend to the first floor and a door opens into the dining room. The dining room is a lovely bright space which is flooded with natural light from a floor to ceiling window which overlooks the front garden and Colne Valley beyond, further doors radiate to the living room and kitchen. The well proportioned living room has natural oak veneer flooring which flows through from the dining room and a conservatory accessed from patio doors offers lovely views over the garden. The kitchen has been re-fitted with stylish white gloss cabinets and drawers which offer plenty of space for storage and a patterned worktop which creates ample space for food preparation. The worktop is inset with a stainless steal sink unit positioned under a window with views over the garden. The kitchen has space for integrated appliances including a washing machine and dishwasher and a 'Rangemaster' cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over. Moving back through the dining room to the hall and just before ascending the stairs you notice a handy downstairs cloakroom with WC and hand wash basin. The first floor landing has an airing cupboard and doors open to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedroom one is a good size double room positioned at the rear with space for wardrobes, a dressing table and vanity hand wash basin. The remaining three bedrooms could all fit double beds, two are located at the front of the house overlooking the street and Colne Valley and one to the rear overlooking gardens and countryside beyond. The family bathroom is fitted with a shaped bath with shower over and curved glass shower screen, vanity hand wash basin and WC. There is a heated towel radiator and window to the side.The rear garden can be accessed by a door from the kitchen or through the conservatory. The garden starts with a patio area flanked by established flower and shrub borders with steps which lead up to the lawn and to a further seating area next to a pond. The lawn is also flanked by established flower borders. The garden is fully enclosed.Colne Engaine is located in a remarkable stretch of countryside between Halstead, Coggeshall and Sudbury. The village has a local shop and there are a number of schools in the area including a village primary school in Colne Engaine, two private schools in the nearby villages of Gosfield and Felsted and is also in the sought after Honeywood comprehensive school catchment with a bus running from the village. The nearby town of Halstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including sev...

3 bedroom property in Leo Cottage, Stisted
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Guide price £365,000 Freehold

Believed to date back to the mid 1700's this three bedroom Georgian home occupies a secluded position in the heart of the popular village of Stisted. Many original features remain including working sash casement windows, the original front door and handmade door catches. The pretty accommodation consists of two principal reception rooms and a side extension which includes a kitchen and bathroom/WC. The kitchen is arranged in a galley style with storage cupboards and worktop for food preparation. Inset with a one and a half bowl sink and space for a cooker with a built in extractor above and plumbing for a dishwasher.A wide staircase leads from the dining area to the first floor landing from where doors radiate to the three bedrooms. Two of which are double size rooms and a third which is a good size single room. Externally the cottage has a secluded garden with a variety of patios, which include a covered Pergoda, summer house and lawn all flanked by well stocked flower and shrub borders. On the roadside sits a substantial outbuilding which was originally a stable and trap house for customers of the red Lion public house and now is a double garage with electric door, utility area and workshop. Stisted is a pretty north Essex village surrounded by rolling countryside and numerous countryside walks and bridle paths. The village has a mixture of period and more modern properties and offers amenities including a popular primary school and the prestigious Braintree golf club. The larger nearby town of Braintree offers extensive amenities including supermarkets, many national retailers and the well known Freeport shopping centre which includes many eateries, a cinema and bowling alley. For the commuter, Braintree has a branch line railway station and the location is well positioned for access to the local road network including the A120, M11 and A12

3 bedroom property in Mill Chase, HALSTEAD
Sales
Guide price £375,000 Freehold

Three bedroom character home in sought after position within walking distance of central Halstead. Three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, high ceiling and landscaped garden.

5 bedroom property in Hawkwood Road
Sales
£400,000 Freehold

This well proportioned detached family home is situated on a quiet road set back behind a large driveway with space for multiple vehicles. The property is accessed through a roomy porch leading to an entrance hall. To the left is the dining room with a feature fireplace and a bay window facing the frontage. Straight from the hallway is a light and airy kitchen with a breakfast area. The kitchen sits on oak effect laminate flooring and is fitted with white wooden units, black gloss granite effect worktops, a range cooker and a ceramic white sink looking onto the back garden. The kitchen then leads onto a utility room with space for a washing machine, two fitted cupboards and a chrome sink inset into a laminate worktop. A door to the right opens onto a downstairs shower room newly refurbished in light grey tiling with a W.C, square hand basin, chrome heated towel rail, and a shower. To the left of the utility is a lean to with laminate wood effect flooring. A spacious lounge is placed to the left of the kitchen again with laminate wood effect flooring, a log burner and patio doors opening out onto the landscaped garden. Upstairs there are five bedrooms and a family bathroom consisting of a corner bath with an overhead shower, hand wash basin, and W.C.Externally, the rear garden has been lovingly nurtured. It has a large paved patio with a stone feature in the centre followed by a laid to lawn area surrounded by established flower and shrub borders. Beyond the trellis' under a veil of plum and Bramley apple trees is a gardeners cove with a vegetable patch, a greenhouse and a workshop with electrics. SituationSible Hedingham is a large village located at the head of the Colne Valley in the northern corner of Essex, close to the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. The village has both primary and secondary schools, a public library, doctors' practice, public house and Post Office. The village centre includes a range of shops, including food stores, pharmacy, bakery, butcher, hardware store, filling stations, hairdressers and funeral directors. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 12 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 14 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 22 miles to the west.The nearby town of Halstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.General Services: Mains water electricity and drainage. Gas fired central heating (Not tested). Local authorities: Braintree District council Tel: 01376 552525 Essex County Council Tel: 0845 7430403

3 bedroom property in Ashlong Grove, Halstead
Sales
£400,000 Freehold

This detached bungalow is set in an elevated position in a highly sought after location close to the centre of the market town of Halstead. The property sits on a large plot, approximately half an acre in size with extensive frontage and a sloping garden which from the top, offers far reaching views over Halsted towards the colne valley. Internally the bungalow has three well proportioned double bedrooms, one with en-suite and a family bathroom. The living accommodation consists of a fitted kitchen, spacious sitting room and open plan dining room.

3 bedroom property in Delvin End, Sible Hedingham
Sales
OIRO £425,000 Freehold

Full of original features and beams, this three-bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage is set in the rural hamlet of Delvin End near Sible Hedingham. You enter the property into a wide grand looking entrance hall with oak wood flooring giving access to the kitchen, living/dining room, ground floor shower room, stairs to the first floor and an under stairs storage cupboard. The kitchen is a good size, fitted with oak wood units and a built in breakfast bar with a stainless steel sink, a built in dual oven, a built in fridge freezer and space for a dishwasher. The room is full of natural light thanks to a window that stretches across the whole length of the room and a second window to the side. You enter the lounge/dining room through half leaded light wooden doors. The lounge is a large carpeted room with beautiful original beams, an abundance of windows and a large brick open fire place. There are a second set of leaded light wooden doors giving access to the side patio of the property. The ground floor shower room is a good size, consisting of a large storage cupboard, shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.You ascend the stairs to a spacious L-shaped landing with oak flooring which continues to the right through to the master bedroom. The master bedroom is a large symmetrical room with solid wood bespoke fitted wardrobes, a window sits central between the two. The bathroom like all the rooms, is a good size and has a matching floral suite including a bath with overhead shower, hand basin, bidet and WC. Steps from the landing lead you down to bedroom three which has exposed original beams and cream carpet. Bedroom two is accessed through the second bedroom which has windows to the front and side, again with exposed beams. Outside the property has views over the countryside at the front and from the first floor at the rear.. The cottage has gates that open to give access to both the driveway which continues into a patio wrapping around the property and garage. The garden is laid to lawn with fanciful topiary. Pease note that there is a second cottage to the rear and that a fence dividing the two plots will be erected between the two immediately behind Bucks Point. The garden area is located at the front of the cottage.Sible Hedingham is a large village located at the head of the Colne Valley in the northern corner of Essex, close to the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. The village has both primary and secondary schools, a public library, doctors' practice, public house and Post Office. The village centre includes a range of shops, including food stores, pharmacy, bakery, butcher, hardware store, filling stations, hairdressers and funeral directors. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 12 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 14 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 22 miles to the west.

3 bedroom property in Bradford Street, Braintree
Sales
£425,000 Freehold

This beautifully converted Grade II listed restored barn conversion is believed to date back to the 1560's and situated on the charmingly historic Bradford Street. The accommodation has been split over two floors with exposed timbers, beams, stud work and high vaulted ceilings throughout.You enter the property through one of two quaint stable doors into a spacious entrance hall with solid oak underfloor heated flooring. Directly ahead there is a cloakroom, again with underfloor heating fitted with a hand wash basin and W.C. To the left is a large kitchen/breakfast room kitted out with a good range of cream country style units, solid wood worktops, a double bowl butler sink and a navy blue 4 oven Aga. The living/dining room is an extra light and airy room down to its dual aspect windows and French doors leading onto the rear garden. The room is heavily beamed with a brick fireplace, plush cream carpet and a large bay window looking onto the pristine front garden. Walking up to the first floor you notice the unusual feeling of space on the stairs and landing created by the high vaulted roof and light from the landing window bouncing from the angles of the eaves. The upstairs accommodation consists of three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is a vast sized room fitted with bespoke solid oak wardrobes. The en- suite perfectly harmonises with the design and character of the master bedroom which has underfloor heating, heated towel rail, a large shower, W.C, wood effect flooring and a wood effect sink basin to match. Bedroom two and three again have handsome exposed timbers and vaulted ceilings much like the master bedroom.Externally, the property has parking for 3 cars which is accessed by a shared gravel driveway. The front is well kept enclosed by a low brick wall with Cotswold stones and laid to lawn areas all accessed garden through a rustic wooden gate and arch way. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area, mature shrub boarders and a brick summer house. The property is situated within close proximity to local amenities, Braintree railway station and local primary and secondary schools. The property is also within easy access of the A120 giving good commuter access to Chelmsford, Stansted, and Colchester. Braintree is a historic market town that benefits from a good selection of local primary and secondary schools including both Lyons Hall and The Notley High School, Alec Hunter Humanities College, and Braintree Sixth Form College, as well as a thriving Town Centre and the famous Freeport Designer Outlet Village.

5 bedroom property in St Peters View, Sible Hedingham
Sales
£450,000 Freehold

This executive five bedroom detached house is located in a private cluster of properties in the village of Sible Hedingham. The property has very well proportioned accommodation which includes a living room, along with a large open plan fitted kitchen/dining room, utility, spacious reception hall with galleried first floor landing above and cloakroom. On the first floor there are five bedrooms accessed from the galleried landing. Two of the bedrooms are serviced by en-suite shower rooms and there is a family bathroom. Double garage and private rear garden.

4 bedroom property in Coggeshall Road, Kelvedon
Sales
OIEO £475,000 Freehold

This four bedroom detached home is located a stone throw from Kelvedon's main line railway station. The accommodation includes three reception rooms, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room, three bath/shower rooms, off street parking and a private rear garden which backs onto open countryside.The property sits in a elevated position set back from the street with three parking spaces located to the front. Steps and a ramp lead up to the front garden which is retained to the front by a brick wall and iron railings. You enter the house through a recessed storm porch and arrive into a reception area which is open plan to the living room. Stairs ascend to the first floor and further doors lead into the dining room and kitchen. The dining room, located at the front of the house has a central fireplace and bay window which floods the room with natural light. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of cupboards and drawers for storage and a rolled edge worktop offers ample space for food preparation. A under mount sink and drainer with mixer tap are fitted under a window with views of the street at the front and countryside beyond. There is space for a 'Range' style cooker with chrome chimney style extractor fan above, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and space for fridge freezer. The worktop extends into the room at one end to create a breakfast bar area, with window to side. To the rear of the kitchen there is a inner hall which leads into a ground floor shower room and the conservatory, The shower room is well proportioned with a high level WC, sink and shower cubicle. Moving back through the kitchen to the reception area you the move through to the main living room. A good size room with fireplace, window and double patio doors which also open into the conservatory. Located at the back of the house the conservatory has a brick base up to hip height with double glazed windows overlooking the garden and a pitched glazed roof. A door opens out to the garden. The conservatory is also accessed from the inner hall.Ascending the stairs to the first floor you arrive on the landing. Doors lead to the bedrooms and bathroom. The master suite is 22'6 long with windows to the front and side and a large en-suite with separate bath and corner shower cubicle. Two of the further three bedrooms are good double size rooms, both with fitted wardrobes. and the fourth is a single size room. The accommodation is completed with the family bathroom which has a over bath shower. The property has a lovely private rear garden which is mainly lawned with established borders. There is a Finnish Grill Hut with an internal barbecue, shed with power connected and greenhouse. The garden can be accessed by a secure lockable gate to the side. Kelvedon offers a tranquil mix of countryside pursuits whilst for the commuter being just 50 minutes train journey back to the city. Amenities in this pretty north Essex village include amongst others a convenience store, butchers, fishmongers, pharmacy, post office and a number of eateries. Riverside and Countryside walks meander of in all directions and the area has a number of health clubs and golf courses. Both Kelvedon and nearby Feering boast sought after primary schools. There is a highly regarded local secondary school can be found in the nearby medieval market town of Coggeshall. The larger town of Colchester to the east provides wider private educational facilities. Whilst Felsted private school to the west is also well known and the county city of Chelmsford with all its amenities is just 10 miles west.

4 bedroom property in Lucking Street, Great Maplestead
Sales
£475,000 Freehold

Set in the tranquil village of Great Maplestead is this picturesque cottage nestled between open countryside. Believed to date back to the 16th century, this immaculate property has been thoughtfully restored to capture its wealth of history and character. The property is accessed past a picket fence through a solid wood country door. The lounge is a good sized room benefitting from extra light taken from the Conservatory and outlooks to the front of horses grazing. The room has a homely feel with exposed timbers and beams, an inglenook fireplace housing a large log burner and a Victorian feature fireplace to the opposite side. Moving anti clockwise the downstairs accommodation flows around the living room into the dining room, again with exposed timbers and beams and dual aspect windows. The dinning room then brings you nicely into the kitchen, a large airy room fitted with handmade bespoke Farrow & Ball painted units, oak style flooring, an integrated Siemens fridge/freezer, ceramic sink overlooking the rear garden and a white Rayburn oven as well as a separate integrated Siemens hob and oven. Leading on from the kitchen is the conservatory, a radiant room which unites the outside environment with the house thanks to its uncommon cream tone paired with natural stone underfloor heated tiles. To the other side of the conservatory is a spacious cloakroom/boot room with a hand wash basin, W.C and oodles of built in storage. Upstairs, all of three bedrooms share the same exquisite views although each have their own charming individual characteristics. The main bedroom sits at the back of the cottage and has bespoke built in wardrobes and selective exposed beams. Bedroom two again is a nice sized double, the exposed brick chimney runs up the wall creating a special feature in the room. Bedroom three has a built in storage cupboard, exposed beams and a Victorian feature fireplace. All the bedrooms are carpeted in a plush cream carpet and serviced by the main bathroom. The bathroom is a marvellous size and beams elegance with a white roll top bath, oak style flooring, decorative wood panelling, a chrome heated towel rail, large power shower and a marble inset basin sitting on a Victorian vanity unit. Externally the gardens are both peaceful and beautifully maintained, open fields to the front and rear give you a feeling of boundless space. The cottage has a large frontage mainly laid to lawn with a pond, flower beds and a gravel driveway where there is parking for two cars. The garden then wraps around to the rear where there is a patio area, more pretty flower beds and the option of more parking. A back gate gives access to the fields for dog walks and evening strolls. What once was a traditional weather boarded cart lodge is now a fully equipped annex which makes the perfect guest, office or teen get away space and includes a German cherry wood kitchenette, sitting room, a shower room with W.C and a first floor double bedroom.SituationGreat Maplestead is an attractive bucolic village, nestled in the beautiful undulating countryside of North Essex, close to the Suffolk border. Well known for St. Giles church in the centre of the village and the primary school (St. Giles C of E Primary) which shares its name. The village also has a village hall and miles and miles of countryside walks to explore.The nearby town of Halstead is an attractive traditional market town, straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.Halstead is well placed at the h...

5 bedroom property in Bronze Court, Halstead
Sales
Guide price £475,000 Freehold

Tucked away in the heart of Halstead is this Modern detached five bedroomed, five bathroomed family home with a vast sized garden to match, complete with a jetty looking onto the river Colne.You are introduced to the property by a spacious, airy entrance hall with karnden flooring, a cloakroom is located at the back of the hall. Directly ahead leads through to a large kitchen/breakfast room with wood effect units, a breakfast bar, an integrated hob, oven, fridge/freezer and sink overlooking the rear garden. The room then opens out onto a dining area, making it the social hub of the house. Walking deeper into the house there is an inner hallway where doors open onto bedrooms four and five, both serviced by their own shower room with W.C and hand wash basin. The lounge is a good size with karnden flooring and a gas stone effect fireplace. Double patio doors open out onto the outside decking, perfect for entertaining.The upstairs accommodation compromises of light landing area, three bedrooms and three more bathrooms. The master bedroom is a considerable size, the space is emphasised by the added luxury of a separate dressing room complete with plenty of wardrobe space and a built in dressing table. Carrying on through the dressing room there is a sparkling en-suite, complete with a large shower, W.C and hand wash basin. Bedroom two is again a nice size and serviced by its own en-suite with a W.C, hand wash basin and bath. The third bedroom is a double room and is serviced by the main bathroom. The main bathroom is well lit by an eye-catching sky light and is fitted with a bath, W.C and sink. Externally, there is a single garage and allocated parking directly in front of the property for two vehicles, with extra visitor spaces also available. The rear garden is a unusually large in size given the central location of the property and faces south for sun throughout the day. The peaceful garden is screened by trees and a walk down to the bottom leads out onto your very own jetty overlooking the river Colne. There is a patio area, a large decking area with the rest laid to lawn with shrub and flower boarders. SituationHalstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.Halstead is well placed at the head of the Colne Valley, renowned for its natural beauty, and nestles amongst the undulating open farmland of North Essex. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 10 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 10 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 25 miles to the west.Colchester 14 miles | Kelvedon (London Liverpool Street 50 minutes) 10 miles | Bishops Stortford (Stansted Airport and M11) 25 milesGeneralServices: All mains services are connected.Local authorities: Braintree District council Tel: 01376 552525 Essex County Council Tel: 0845 7430403

3 bedroom property in Sudbury Road, Halstead
Sales
OIEO £495,000 Freehold

An instantly impressive two bedroom gate lodge with Georgian façade, situated in a private position within the former grounds of a country estate. The generously proportioned property sits on a three quarter of an acre plot with extensive formal garden and woodland boundary. Grade II listed (no.1123172) built Circa 1840 in gault brick with Flemish bond under a shallow hipped slate roof with deep overhanging eaves. The accommodation is arranged in an L-shape, with main elevations to NE (to access road to Ashford Lodge) and to NW (to Sudbury Road). The right end of the NE elevation projects to form a splayed bay, with a central 4-panel door (Currently decorative) and an original 2-light casement in each splay. Internally the splayed bay is in the master bedroom. A further original 3-light casement to the left of it internally looks out over the drive from the kitchen. The property retains a right of access across the main gated drive to the former country estate and then forks to create a private gravel drive to the lodge. You approach the lodge on the NE elevation where a parking area accommodates numerous vehicles with additional secure parking behind cast iron gates. Further gated access to the side then leads into a courtyard on the inner side of the l-plan property. The accommodation is predominately arranged on one level with ancillary space developed in the basement. The principle living space consists of a generously sized conservatory/garden room with cast iron multi fuel stove and panoramic views over the gardens, this is accessed from a dining room with typical Georgian features including picture rails and high ceilings. A central hall has doors which radiate to the aforementioned dining room along with the two bedrooms and kitchen. Bedroom one is a double size room and bedroom two (currently a study) has an en-suite cloakroom. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of storage cupboards and ample worktop space for food preparation. Fixtures include a butler sink and 'Rangemaster' oven. An open staircase descends to the basement which consists of a snug/third bedroom and luxury bathroom/wet room with shower and corner air bath. The basement has been developed with a high tech damp prevention system and the snug/bedroom area has a external window allowing natural light into the space.

5 bedroom property in Swan Street, Sible Hedingham
Sales
Guide price £495,000 Freehold

Built in the 17th century this five bedroom detached house is located in the popular village of Sible Hedingham, seven miles North/East of Braintree. The property extends to just under 2400 square feet and is spread over three floors. The ground floor accommodation consists of four principle reception rooms which are all brimming with charm and character. The property was then extended in the 1930's when a rear wing was added forming what is now the kitchen. The first floor landing gives access to a well–proportioned master bedroom along fifth bedroom and luxury family bathroom. Two staircases then lead from the landing to the second floor accommodation. Both staircases lead onto landings which give independent access to third and fourth bedrooms respectfully. Both landings offer usable space, one is currently used as a hobby room and one as a snug. Sible Hedingham is a large village located at the head of the Colne Valley in the northern corner of Essex, close to the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. The village has both primary and secondary schools, a public library, doctors' practice, public house and Post Office. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 12 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. Reception Hall 14' 3" x 7' 3" (4.35m x 2.22m) Central plank and muntin door with side lights, flat canopy and brackets, wooden floor, exposed beams, steps up to dining room, staircase ascends to first floor, doors to sitting room, dining room and study. Sitting Room 14' 3" x 12' 7" (4.35m x 3.83m) Open fire with marble surround and slate hearth. Gable end wall (believed to be the oldest in the house) with high exposed timber sole plate, exposed ceiling beam, leaded light casement window to front with original monkey tail window fittings, wooden floor, door to side of chimney into... Breakfast Room 13' x 11' 11" (3.97m x 3.64m) Exposed red brick wall, timber studwork, cup–board built into chimney recess, tiled floor, window to side, doors to pantry and... Pantry 7' 10" x 4' 1" (2.40m x 1.25m)Walk in pantry with shelving, window to rear and steps up to interconnecting door to dining room. Kitchen 15' 8" x 10' 9" (4.78m x 3.27m) Located in a 1930's extension with partly vaulted smooth ceilings and concealed spotlighting. Fitted with a comprehensive range of oak base and eye level storage cupboards with soft close hinges, rolled edge work service offering ample space for food preparation, inset with a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, space for a 'Range' style cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Indian sandstone floor, two windows to rear, window and barn style door to side. steps lead up from breakfast room. Study 14' 3" x 10' 5" (4.35m x 3.18m) Leaded light casement window to front, wooden floor, Georgian encased beam, arched chimney side recess, steps up and door through to dining room. Dining Room 14' 5" x 11' 11" (4.39m x 3.64m) Exposed red brick chimney inset with cast iron log burner, bresummer beam above, brick hearth, wood floor, exposed ceiling beam, patio doors with side panel windows to rear, inter connecting doors to pantry and reception hall. Main Landing 11' 11" x 8' 6" (3.64m x 2.59m) Side hung sash window to rear, exposed studwork, early 20th century panelled 'Arts & Crafts' style staircase with oak handrail–banister, feature Georgian arch over stairwell, door to bedroom five. The landing is split level, a inner hall giving access to the master bedroom, bathroom, bedroom two and two staircases which give independent access to bedrooms three and four on the second floor.Bedroom Five 9' 8" x 8' 9" (2.95m x 2.67m) Storage cupboard with hanging rail and shelving. Side hung Georgian sash window'Bedroom One 13' 7" x 11' 3" (4.15m x 3.43m) Georgian encased beam, leaded light casement window to front, storage cupboard with shelving. Bathroom 10' 6" ...

4 bedroom property in Chapel Road, Ridgewell
Sales
OIEO £500,000 Freehold

This characterful Grade II listed timber framed house forms the crosswing of an original Hall House which in part dates back to the 15th Century. The original Hall House, previously known as Wades Farm is believed to have been divided into three at some point in the 19th century and No. 4 more recently has undergone a sympathetic restoration program. The house now enjoys well laid out accommodation which beautifully combines modern fixtures and fittings with a wealth of well preserved original features.Upon entering the house through a solid wood door you arrive in a reception hall. The reception hall leads into the dining room which is a bright, sociable space with solid oak flooring. A grand inglenook fireplace and easy access to both the kitchen and living room makes this the ideal room for family get togethers. The living room, like the dining room is heavily beamed with a large brick fireplace and log burner. The room is well proportioned, with French doors leading directly onto the rear garden patio. The country style kitchen sits facing onto the rear garden behind the dining room. Authentic brick flooring, stable doors and exposed beams add charm to the room. Fitted out with a good range of storage cupboards and a butler sink there is space for a range cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. The first floor accommodation is access by two stair flights, one from the dining room and one from the living room. After ascending the stairs in the living room, you arrive on a landing which gives access to bedrooms three, four and a bathroom. The boutique bathroom has a beautiful roll top bath with ball and claw effect chrome feet, a W.C and a hand basin which all stand on glossy wood effect flooring. Bedroom three, is a good sized double with exposed beams, deluxe stain proof carpets and over stairs storage. Bedroom four is a nice sized single room with removable secondary glazing, again with stain proof deluxe cream carpets and exposed beams. The second stairs from the dining room give access to a landing with a window for added light. Door leads to a further stairs case up to the second floor and into the master bedroom. The master bedroom is a extra generous size with an abundance of exposed beams and a working log burner within a brick fireplace. The room faces to the front of the house where a large window with secondary glazing floods light through. The second bedroom sits alone on the third floor, again a very spacious room with wooden flooring and a vaulted 'tented' ceiling with exposed beams. Both bedrooms are serviced by a shower room on the first floor consisting of a shower, WC and hand basin. Outside the property is set slightly back from the street behind a small mature garden and hip height stone wall. To the rear of the property is a barn style single garage/workshop with power and lighting. A sweeping graveled driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles which separates the garden into two areas. Off the rear of the property is a garden area predominately laid to shingle with a small lawned area a number of established plants, trees and shrubs and enclosed with a picket fence with gated access. Behind the garage is the main rear garden which is laid to lawn with established trees, shrubs and a wooden garden shed which shall remain.

3 bedroom property in Mill Road, Ridgewell
Sales
OIEO £525,000 Freehold

Grade II listed thatched cottage set in just under half an acre in the centre of the pretty village of Ridgewell. The property has three double bedrooms | Three reception rooms | Two luxury bath/shower rooms | Fitted kitchen | Single garage.

4 bedroom property in Chestnut Avenue, Gosfield
Sales
Guide price £550,000

The property is set back from the street behind large block paved driveway with space to comfortably park 6 vehicles. A expanse of lawn surrounds the property forming the remainder of the front garden and sweeping around the side to the rear. The front and side boundaries are enclosed by established laurel hedging and a picket fence to the side of the drive. You enter the house through a front porch, a further door then opens into the reception hall. From here doors radiate to the living room and kitchen and a turning staircase ascends to the first floor. The property has very spacious living accommodation which seamlessly flows from one room to the next. The living room, dining room, sitting room and kitchen all interconnect creating a ideal space for family living. Starting in the living room, which is l-shaped and has a central fireplace, a separate doors leads into a west facing conservatory on the side, large window which overlooks the front garden and a open plan arch leading through to a dining area. The dining area is a lovely size space which is also open plan to the sitting room and living room, and flooded with natural light from a bow window to one side and double doors to the rear opening onto the garden. The sitting room interconnects with the kitchen and the dining room with by-folding doors to the garden and a access door to a side hallway. The kitchen is fitted with comprehensively range of storage cupboards and drawers which incorporate a integral dishwasher. A dark patterned worktop offers ample space for food preparation and is inset with a one and a half bowl sink unit. There is space for a 'Rangemaster' cooker and American style fridge freezer. The worktop continues to form a breakfast bar area which divides the kitchen and sitting room. The side hall, accessed from the sitting room then gives access to a study, large utility room and modern wet room. From the utility room you can access the integral garage and a door also opens onto the garden. Moving back through the house you notice a handy downstairs cloakroom before ascending the stairs to the first floor.A first floor landing gives access to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. All of the bedrooms are generous size double rooms with extensive fitted wardrobes. The master suite has an en-suite shower room and the remaining bedrooms are serviced by a spacious family bathroom. Outside there is a large patio area which extends across the rear of the house.SituationGosfield is a village on northern corner of Essex, close to the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. The village has a highly regarded private school, public house and Post Office. For the commuter Kelvedon Railway Station is just 12 miles to the south, offering a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 50 minutes. The A12 is 14 miles to the east at junction 26; whilst junction 8 of the M11 at Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport are 22 miles to the west.The nearby town of Halstead is an attractive traditional market town straddling the River Colne on the Essex side of the border with Suffolk. The bustling High Street runs up the hill between the parish churches of St Andrews and Holy Trinity, offering a variety of independent shops and eateries together with larger supermarkets and a traditional market, held on Fridays and Saturdays. The town boasts a medical centre, dental practices, cottage hospital: schooling for all ages and a number of leisure opportunities including several playing fields and playgrounds, a leisure centre and swimming pool.General Services: Mains water electricity and drainage. Gas fired central heating (Not tested). Local authorities: Braintree District council Tel: 01376 552525 Essex County Council Tel: 0845 7430403

5 bedroom property in Monks Wood Cottage, Pattiswick
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£775,000 Freehold

Monks Wood Cottage is located in a magical position backing onto woodland and undulating countryside along a quiet country lane in Pattiswick, between Coggeshall & Greenstead Green. The property sits in landscaped grounds of around 0.4 of an acre which are accessed by a gravel drive which in turn leads to a detached double garage. The house is believed to date back to circa 1800 and was formally two cottages known as 1 & 2 Monkswood cottages. The property was then converted into one house in the 20th century. Timber framed and weather boarded under a clay pantile roof the accommodation extends to 1800 square feet consisting of five bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and two principle reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, shower room and conservatory on the ground floor.You enter the house at the rear into a reception porch which then leads into an inner hall. From one end of the hall doors lead into a well proportioned study and shower room with WC. Further doors opposite each other then open into the drawing room and kitchen/breakfast room. The drawing room has a feature inglenook fireplace with heavy oak bressumer and cast iron stove. The room is full of character with exposed beams, studwork and windows on the south and east elevations. The kitchen again has exposed beams and studwork and is fitted with a good range of cupboards for storage and a wooden worktop which offers ample space for food preparation and is inset with a double bowl ceramic sink with drainer under easterly facing windows which flood the room with morning light. There is space for a modern cooker with built in extractor over. At one end there is a recessed 'Aga'. The room has plenty of space for a dining table and chairs and double doors open onto a conservatory which faces south and overlooks the rear garden. On the first floor all of the bedrooms are double sized and have a cottage feel. The fifth bedroom is currently used as a dressing room and the family bathroom is fitted with a ball and claw foot bath, WC and hand wash basin. Pattiswick is located in a remarkable stretch of undulating countryside in North Essex, just four miles east of Braintree and two miles north of Coggeshall. The location is ideal for the commuter being close to the major trunk road network (the A120 leads to the M11 to the south and A12 to the east) Stanstead airport 14 miles away and mainline railway stations at Kelvedon 5 miles and branch line in Braintree offering fast and frequent rail services to London Liverpool Street. There are excellent local amenities in Coggeshall including pubs, renowned restaurants, a post office, general store, news agents and local butcher whilst the larger town of Braintree has many recognisable national chains and the renowned Freeport designer shopping centre with swimming pool and cinema. Further recreational facilities are close by at the Essex golf and country club which offers a wide variety of activities. The area is also well served by a number of public and private schools.


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