Location Within the Town Centre Yet Overlooking The Stour River
Walled Gardens to The Side
Four Bedrooms and Cellar
Extended Kitchen Breakfast Room to The Rear
Charming Property With Scope for Modernisation and Enhancement
Situated within a prominent position in delightful town of Manningtree, this Grade II listed four bedroom Victorian home boasts a wealth of period features and extensive views over the River Stour. Open plan kitchen breakfast room and Garden room designed by Rodney Black, garden to the side. An opportunity to acquire a historic property within the town
INTRODUCTION situated within a prominent position in delightful town of Manningtree, this Grade II listed four bedroom Victorian home boasts a wealth of period features and extensive views over the River Stour. Open plan kitchen breakfast room and Garden room designed by Rodney Black, garden to the side. An opportunity to acquire a historic property within the town
DIRECTIONS from the Station Roundabout at the bottom of Cox's hill take the B1352 towards Manningtree, continue on into the High Street, passing Barclays Bank on the right and Lucca Restaurant on the left hand side, as the road turns downhill and left the property can be found ahead. On Road Parking is available further along the road on the right hand side.
INFORMATION originally dating from the mid 19th century of red brick construction under a red plain tiled roof, dual chimney stacks and a noted six panel front door. Later timber frame extension to the rear. Windows are a mixture of sliding sash and casement single glazed Windows. Electrics supplied via modern RCD consumer unit. Gas fired combination boiler provides heating via radiators throughout and on demand hot water. Later extension to the rear attributed and designed by local architect Rodney Black. Broadband is available to the property.
AGENTSNOTE Buyers are asked to request reports into the present damp at the property obtained by the vendors and available for inspection prior to any viewing.
Furthermore a Structural report is in place primarily regarding the Northern elevation, buyers are again requested to familiarise themselves with this report prior to viewing. Please request a copy from the office.
MANNINGTREE is an historic market town situated on the Essex/Suffolk border on the edge of the River Stour, believed to be the smallest town in England. The town provides a range of local shops, facilities and restaurants, both Primary and High Schools are within walking distance of the High Street. Manningtree Mainline Railway Station offers a regular commuter service into London Liverpool Street.
SERVICES mains water, gas, electric and drainage are connected to the property. Local Babergh district council 0300 1234000 Energy Performance Rating N/A Council tax band F
NOTE As vendor's agents we are unable to give any guarantee as to the condition of any appliance included (where mentioned) in the property. The photographs are provided to show the internal and external appearance of the building and in no way should a buyer assume that any contents are to be included either inside or out.
THEACCOMMODATION over two storeys and a basement cellar:
BEDROOMONE12'02 x 11'01 dual aspect windows to the front (West) and side (North) overlooking the River Stour, door to the side dropping down steps into the: EN-SUITE 6'03 x 5'03 dual aspect window to the rear (East) and opaque window to the side (North), corner shower cubicle, wash basin, bidet and w/c, tiled walls, heated towel rail and extractor fan.
BEDROOMTWO12'01 x 10'08 window to the front (West), built in wardrobes to the side and cupboard to the rear.
BEDROOMTHREE8'10 x 6'10 window to the front (West), loft access.
BEDROOMFOUR12'01 x 7'02 dual aspect window to the rear (East) and side (South), reduced head height to sides of the dormer window, store cupboard to the front and further built in storage & work desk.
FAMILYBATHROOM6'06 x 6'00 dormer window to the rear, inset panel bath to the side with tiled surround, w/c, wash basin and radiator with towel rail above.
LANDING an excellent example of internal style featuring a return Belvedere staircase with central domed roof lantern and chandelier, curved banister to the:
GROUNDFLOOR entrance via wood panel door from the front into a cloaks lobby and through a glazed door into the:
HALLWAY9'09 x 3'00 doors to ground floor rooms and curving stairs to the first floor.
STUDY/DININGROOM12'02 x 10'08 window to the front, built in desk and book shelving to the side, serving hatch to the rear. Painted floorboards.
SITTINGROOM15'01 x 12'02 dual aspect with windows to the front and side, glazed door to the side onto a timber platform with steps down to the garden. Feature brick fireplace with inset log burner.
KITCHEN16'01 x 7'09 a welcoming space with a distinct kitchen area comprising wall and base units to three sides, painted with work surface above, inset electric hob and stainless steel sink and drainer, inset marble slab for pastry preparation. Green gas fired dual oven and hob Aga inset to chimney breast. Open plan into the:
BREAKFASTROOM11'04 x 10'04 a later extension with vaulted ceiling, glazed to the rear and glazed doorway to the garden room. Built in bench seat to the rear. Spot lights and drying rack. Open via sliding panel glazed doors into the:
GARDENROOM10'07 x 7'02 a bright and light room with views across the River Stour, slate tiled floor, double doors to the garden and single door to the:
COURTYARD19'11 x 11'08 brick walls to three sides, garden shed, an ideal external dining space with fig tree in the corner and following a little pruning, open views to the River.
UTILITYROOM8'01 x 6'08 window to the rear into the garden room, opaque glazed door to the shower room. Wall and base units to front and rear, space and plumbing for washing machine and fridge freezer.
SHOWERROOM5'03 x 3'08 window to the side, shower cubicle to the front, pedestal wash basin, w/c and tiled lower walls. Extractor fan.
CELLAR16'03 x 11'05 stairs turn and descend from the kitchen into this intriguing space. Window to the front sub road level brings natural light to the room, gas fired wall mounted boiler to the rear, ample wine storage space.
OUTSIDE the garden of the property is situated to the side taking in a Northerly aspect but enjoying later afternoon sun and stunning views over The River Stour. Personal gate from the road. Predominantly laid to lawn with areas of slate terrace to the side of the property. Mature flower beds to the foot of the brick walled boundaries. Vegetable and fruit patch to the foot of the garden and further garden shed. Mature apple and pear trees bearing seasonal fruit.
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