Elegant period home renovated to an exceptionally high standard with contemporary finish, conveniently located in the centre of the much sought after market town of Coggeshall. Two principle reception rooms are accessed from a spacious reception hall with handy downstairs cloakroom and dramatic kitchen/diner with full height vaulted ceiling and glazed gable end wall. Stairs ascend to a first floor landing from where doors radiate to three bedrooms and a luxury bathroom. Outside the property has a pretty south/west facing walled garden with side access to the street and potential rear access to the village parking area.
Located in the centre of Coggeshall and slightly raised from the street, you enter the house via a front door which is sheltered from the inclement weather by a storm porch. Upon arrival in the reception hall stairs ascend to the first floor and doors open to the side giving independent access to both of the principle reception rooms. At the front, the sitting room is flooded with natural light from a floor to ceiling bay window and a cast iron log burning stove is set into a chimney with raised hearth. The room has a square arch which interconnects to the living room. Two dramatic panelled sash windows look out to the side and a central decorative chimney with shelving/display cabinets which are built into the fireside recesses and create a real focal point. A door leads to a handy storage cupboard on one side and a further door leads through to the kitchen/diner at the rear. The contemporary extension consists of a double height vaulted ceiling exposed to the underside of the rafters. The room has a spectacular triangular shaped window and doors in the gable end wall over looking the garden. Internally a modern fitted kitchen with ample storage and worktop space with central island and space for a good size dining table for entertaining.
Before ascending the stairs you notice a handy cloakroom/W/C at the rear of the hall. When you arrive on the first floor landing doors radiate to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The main bedroom is located at the front of the house with two windows over looking the street, bedroom two is also a double size room and the third room l-shaped and a good size single. The luxury family bathroom consists of a bath and sink unit set in a light marble surround and W/C.
Outside the property has a pretty south/west facing walled garden with a large patio ideal for alfresco dining and a lawn flanked with flower and shrub borders. The garden can be accessed from the street via a secure lockable gate and the garden backs onto the towns carpark. There is currently no access at the rear but we understand a gate could easily be fitted.
Coggeshall is a small market town situated in the beautiful North Essex countryside between the larger towns of Braintree and Colchester. It differs from other local towns in that its origins, at least in part, date back to a Cistercian abbey, the remains of which stand and a historic centre which is one of the better preserved in the county, with almost 300 listed buildings. Everyday needs are well served in Coggeshall with a wider variety of amenities located in Braintree & Colchester. For the commuter a fast and frequent mainline rail service runs to Liverpool Street from nearby Kelvedon accessed by a community bus from the centre.
Reception Hall 20' 8" x 6' 9" (6.29m x 2.06m)
Sitting Room 16' 4" x 8' 8" (4.98m x 2.63m)
Living Room 15' 4" x 12' 6" (4.68m x 3.81m)
Kitchen/Diner 18' x 13' 11" (5.48m x 4.23m)
Cloakroom/WC 4' 6" x 2' 11" (1.36m x 0.88m)
Landing 9' 9" x 6' 1" (2.96m x 1.86m)
Bedroom One 16' 1" x 10' 8" (4.89m x 3.24m)
Bedroom Two 9' 7" x 8' 8" (2.93m x 2.63m)
Bedroom Three 9' 7" x 9' 9" (2.93m x 2.96m) maximum measurements.
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