General Information Copperfield has recently been renovated and enjoys being within a listed conservation area, which protects against future over development and maintains the exclusivity of homes along this beautiful leafy lane.
An entrance door leads into a breath taking reception hall, which leads effortlessly to the spacious family living areas that comprise the ground floor accommodation.
This includes a spacious sunny sitting room, double aspect lounge with red brick fireplace and patio doors, leading through to the rear facing conservatory with delightful views over the mature garden.
There is a beautiful kitchen, fitted with a range of high quality units, induction hob, having cooker hood over, built-in microwave oven and additional oven, integrated dishwasher, fridge, and larder cupboard.
There is a separate dining room and private study, along with a cloakroom and useful utility room housing the gas boiler with a door to outside.
The spacious and light landing leads to a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes featuring an en-suite bathroom comprising of a panel bath, vanity sink, shower cubicle and WC.
There are three additional generous bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes.
The family bathroom comprises of panel bath, vanity sink and WC.
The layout flows effortlessly throughout this property, having a wonderful homely feel to it.
Outside Copperfield is set back from the road with access via iron gates, leading through to an extensive driveway providing space for a number of vehicles, there are lawned garden areas with flower borders, two waterproof power points and an outside tap.
There is also a garage with power and light connected, and a carport to one side.
The beautiful and landscaped garden provides a delightful setting to the property, with an extensive paved patio and lawned garden beyond, large eucalyptus trees also provide a high degree of seclusion. There are further seating areas, a timber shed, two waterproof power points, and a timber building which is currently being used as a gym.
Location Church Lane begins at The Ship Inn, a successful community pub that is owned and managed by local people, providing a comfortable and sociable environment offering a lovely beer garden as well as special events, themed evenings and activities. There is also a soon to be open community shop. The village is served by an active village hall which offers a range of classes and interest groups and is well supported by local people. At the opposite end of the lane leads to the tranquil All Saints Church dating back to 1412 at which point the road ends in favour of footpaths. We understand there is a local school bus service that runs through the village, although this hasn't been verified by Fenn Wright. Rail links to Colchester and London Liverpool Street are also available, via the nearby stations of Frinton and Kirby.
Important information Council Tax Band - F
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - C
Our ref - GMB
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Guide Price £800,000 to £840,000 - A handsome and well proportioned property situated in a quiet residential lane in this highly sought after area within easy reach of Frinton-on-Sea and Colchester.
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