Three Bedrooms and an open plan kitchen dining room
Avaliable with No Onward Chain
Viewing Highly Reccomended
Situated in the beautiful village of East Bergholt, this three bedroom detached house offers extensive potential to extend and modernize to make the best of the stunning views. The property benefits from open plan living and dining rooms with an exceptionally well-presented garden to the rear, is now available to view.
INTRODUCTION Situated in the beautiful village of East Bergholt, this three bedroom detached house offers extensive potential to extend and modernize to make the best of the stunning views. The property benefits from open plan living and dining rooms with an exceptionally well-presented garden to the rear, is now available to view.
DIRECTIONS From the centre of the village, continue towards the church. Passing the church on your left hand side, continue down Rectory Hill. Passing Oranges and Lemons café on your right hand side, continue along White Horse Road. The property can be found just over a quarter of a mile on the right hand side.
INFORMATION Dating from the 1960's, this property is of cavity brick construction under a tiled roof. UPVC windows are fitted throughout with heating via an oil-fired boiler. Off road parking is available.
EASTBERGHOLT East Bergholt has the benefit of a good range of local facilities including a general store and post office, baker, chemist, GP surgery and medical centre. Parish, Congregational Churches and many local associations. The village provides educational facilities from pre-school age to GCSE, sixth form colleges in Colchester and Ipswich. There are several independent schools in both nearby towns and throughout the area. A12 links to the M25 and A14. Regional Airport is Stansted, approximately an hour by car. There is a mainline railway station in Manningtree, with a journey time of around an hour to London Liverpool Street. The village is famous for its historical connections with John Constable RA, and the landscape he painted is still very much the same today. From the village there are numerous footpaths giving direct access into this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village benefits from a great sense of community and offers attractions for every age demographic.
Local authority: Babergh District Council 0030 123 4000
Council Tax Band: D
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.
ONTHEFIRSTFLOOR extends to
BEDROOMONE 12'06" x 11'10" Large window to the front (NE) overlooking the front garden and the fields opposite. Small window to the side (SE), fitted wardrobe.
BEDROOMTWO 10'05" x 11'05" Large window to the front (NE), overlooking the front garden and fields opposite. Fitted wardrobe.
BEDROOMTHREE 8'02" x 7'02" window to the rear (SW)
FAMILYBATHROOM 5'07" x 7'10" Large window to the rear (SW), the bathroom is a wet room configuration with shower, toilet, wash hand basin and radiator with towel rail above.
LANDING 11'00" x 5'07" doors to the rear, opposite the stairs, that open out onto a flat roof overlooking the south-west facing garden and land behind.
GROUNDFLOOR extends to
HALLWAY 4'05" x 5'08" with staircase opposite the front door, entrance to the sitting room to right and to the left is the entrance to the
DININGROOM 9'11" x 9'09" with large window to the front (NE), fire place, open plan into the
KITCHEN 7'07" x 16'00" with Large window to the rear (SW), pantry, drawers and cupboards, kitchen sink and cupboards under the window, space for oven, washing machine and fridge freezer. Under stair Cupboard and a serving hatch. The kitchen also has a doorway to the
CLOAKROOM With WC and door to the rear garden
SITTINGROOM 11'05" x 19'02" with large window towards the front (NE) overlooking the front garden, fire place, glass doors that open into the
GARDENROOM 11'08" x 9'01" a bright room, window and doors that open into the garden.
OUTSIDE The front of the property is approached from the road through a wooden gate to an off road parking area. A small patio to the right hand side of the front garden and area of lawn, gated access to the rear garden via both sides of the property.
The rear garden consists of a patio with a small shed and oil tank to the side. There is pathed access from the property to the end of the garden, area of lawn, greenhouse, garden shed and extensive views over the fields and the Dedham Vale beyond.
OUTSIDETOILET 3'00" x 5'00" small window to the rear (SW), with WC and hand wash basin
GARAGE 17'10" x 10'10" windows to the left hand side.
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