*Guide Price £400,000-£425,000* Intercounty are pleased to present this charming cottage situated in the quiet village of Great Totham. Being Grade II Listed, this unique property retains many original features, whilst being very well maintained by the current owners. The property features three bedrooms and three reception rooms, as well as a large, private, south-facing garden. Benefiting also from a recently renovated kitchen and a modern bathroom, this property is perfect for those looking for a simple move to a quieter life. EPC Exempt.
From the A12, turn left straight onto Oak Road, at the end of the road turn right onto Henry Dixon Road onto Braxted Road. Follow this road, then bear right onto Braxted Park Road. At the end of the road turn right onto Maldon Road leading onto Colchester Road, then at the junction take the left hand turning onto Mill Road. Then take the left hand turning to Chapel Road then straight onto Totham Hill Green, the property will be found on the right.
Secondary glazing throughout the property.
The front entrance to the cottage is a solid wood stable door which leads into dining area to the right, with exposed wooden floorboards and understairs storage cupboard.
Dining Room (2.69m x 3.63m)
Leaded light window to front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, wall lights, radiator, exposed brickwork and beams, arch to:
Sitting Room (3.63m x 3.63m)
Leaded light window to front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, two pairs of wall lights and radiator, exposed wooden beams. Feature redbrick fire surround with oak beam over and hearth housing a multi-fuel burner. Door leading to staircase and first floor landing, door leading to kitchen:
Kitchen (1.98m x 5.05m)
A lovely bespoke kitchen, recently renovated. Fitted with a range of base and eye-level cupboards, Butler sink and brass mixer taps. Door to built-in pantry, leaded light window with views to the rear garden, inset lighting and exposed beams, serving hatch window to dining room, feature stained glass window with view to staircase, wood effect vinyl cushion flooring. Space for: Range-style cooker, upright fridge-freezer, tumble drier, washing machine and dishwasher. Concealed oil-fired boiler. Door leading to lounge.
Further Rooms (2nd)
Lounge (4.83m x 3.84m)
A lovely bright room with bay window overlooking the beautiful rear garden, leaded light window to front aspect, solid wood floorboards, redbrick fire place with oak beam over housing a multi-fuel burner, radiator, four pairs of wall lights and decorative beams. Stable door accessing the rear garden, door to front aspect.
Leaded light window to rear aspect. A white panel bath with bespoke wooden surround and shower over, pedestal hand wash basin, tiled bath and basin splashbacks, tiled floor, two wall lights, radiator, exposed wooden beam. Door to built-in storage cupboard. Door to WC within the bathroom, comprising: Low level WC, feature stained-glass window to rear, radiator, wall light and tiled floor.
Further Rooms (3rd)
Bedroom 1 (2.97m x 3.73m)
Leaded light window in the gambrel roof to front of property, exposed wood floorboards, radiator, decorative beams, door to storage space in eaves.
Bedroom 2 (2.39m x 2.92m)
Wooden flooring, leaded light window to side aspect, leaded light window to front aspect in the gambrel roof. Exposed wood floorboards, built-in cupboard below side window, radiator, door leading to:
Bedroom 3 (2.39m x 2.79m)
Accessed via Bedroom Two. Window overlooking the rear garden, exposed beams, built-in wardrobe with cupboards above and cupboard housing hot water tank, further storage space built into eaves, radiator, fitted carpet.
The front of Bean Cottage is bordered by a hedge with a wooden gate leading to a block-paved path, front garden is laid to lawn with mature tree and shrubs. A five-bar gate leads onto a shingle driveway providing off-road parking for multiple cars with single garage with up-and-over door.
The beautiful southwest facing rear garden is a real feature of this property. Mostly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and mature trees including walnut, pear, green gage and a willow tree. There is a raised patio area adjoining the back of the property made from re-claimed bricks. A shingle pathway along the back and side of the property leads to a wood shed and wooden gate to front. There is a small brick wall surround to the raised garden with wooden sleeper steps to the lawn. To the rear of the garden sits a large garden shed, two aviaries with possible conversion to sheds, and a chicken coup. Outside tap, Butler sink, lights and power supply, oil tank for central heating system and coal bunker.
Maldon Council, Band C.
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