Regency House is an elegant four bedroomed detached home positioned beautifully in the heart of Sible Hedingham overlooking the greensward.
The property is accessed via either three front gates past a pretty front garden, through the door and into a spacious entrance hall where there is an under stairs storage cupboard and a downstairs cloakroom with a W.C, hand wash basin and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. To the side a door leads through to a sizeable dining room which features a quirky bay window overlooking the front of the property and small greensward beyond. The living room stretches from the front to the back of the house so is a considerable size and benefits from extra natural light because of its dual aspect windows. There is a gas log burner with a brick surround and French doors open out onto the rear patio. The kitchen sits at the back of the house and is fitted out with wooden effect units, black laminate worktops and vinyl flooring. The sink overlooks the garden and there is space for a dishwasher, range oven and a fridge/freezer. A door gives access from the kitchen to the rear garden.
Upstairs you are greeted by a horseshoe-shaped landing where a window looks over the rear garden. The main bedroom is a generous size with plush new carpet and its own en-suite bathroom with a large shower, W.C and hand wash basin. There are two further double bedrooms and one single, all of which are serviced by the main bathroom which has a bath with an overhead shower, W.C and hand wash basin.
Externally the sunny rear garden is thoughtfully landscaped with a large patio area and a laid to lawn area surrounded by pretty raised flower beds as well as apple, pear and fig trees and a small pond. A quaint wall makes a prominent feature in the garden and is made of Tudor flint and topped with Victorian Hedingham bricks. At the end of the garden there is a door and a gate with access to the property's double garage.
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. Read more