Deceptively spacious with large rear extension featuring bi-fold doors onto garden. Open plan accommodation extending to just under 1300 sq ft. Four well proportioned bedrooms with separate family bathroom and shower room all just a stone throw from Kelvedon High Street and Kelvedon' s main line railway station.
The property is set back from the street behind a large block paved drive with space to comfortably park four vehicles. You enter the house at the front into a reception hall from where doors open to either side leading to the kitchen area and sitting room and stairs ascend to the first floor. The sitting room has a decorative chimney with window to front and double doors to the new living/dining space at the back. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of storage cupboards which incorporate a glazed fronted dresser unit. A rolled edge worktop offers ample space for food preparation. The worktop is inset with a one and a half bowl sink, and has space for a 'range style' cooker with extractor above. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. Additional space for appliances can be found in the utility/WC which is located just off the kitchen. The kitchen is then open plan to the living/dining room at the back. The living/dining room is a lovely bright space flooded with natural light from the bi-fold doors to the garden. The room is a really social/meeting place as the room also interconnects with the sitting room.
Having ascended the stairs you arrive on a first floor landing from where doors radiate to all the first floor rooms. The main bedroom and second bedroom are both good size double rooms with built in double fronted wardrobes. Bedroom three is also double size and bedroom four is a good size single room. The bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom with and separate shower room. Both bathrooms have been recently fitted with contemporary fixtures which include a walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin in the shower room and bath, WC and wash hand basin in the bathroom. Outside the garden is South-East facing and is un-overlooked to the rear. There is a spacious decked patio with steps down to a lawned garden with timber storage shed and chicken coup.
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 Read more