General information Believed to date back to circa 16th Century with later alterations in the 19th and 20th Century, the property was originally two houses, now combined to form one delightful family home. Mowers is of timber frame construction, and has been rendered with weatherboard elevations under a pitched roof with handmade tiles. This beautiful home has been sympathetically and lovingly restored over the years, offering well-presented and highly balanced accommodation with an abundance of character.
A useful side access acts as the main entrance and leads in to a side lobby with access in to the kitchen, study and cloakroom. The light and airy kitchen/dining room is positioned to the rear of the property with a gorgeous window seat overlooking the garden and a door leads out to the terrace. The kitchen is well equipped with a stylish range of light grey units with wooden work surfaces. Integrated appliances include; wine fridge, dishwasher, electric oven, fridge, freezer and Aga.
Through the study, an inner hallway provides access to the stairs and two well-proportioned reception rooms. The sitting room has French doors leading to the terrace and an open brick fireplace with wooden shelves to its recess. The living room, with exposed timbers, is positioned at the front of the property, spanning the entire width of the house and providing exceptional entertaining space. Shutters complement the sash windows and the room also has built in storage, bespoke bookshelf and log burner.
To the first floor are four well-proportioned bedrooms, each with their own character and built-in storage. Bedroom one benefits from a dual aspect and ensuite shower facilities and the beautifully presented family bathroom is positioned to the rear, comprising free standing bath tub, dual circular sinks inset to vanity unit and WC. A cleverly concealed staircase rises to the 2nd floor loft room which provides space for a variety of uses.
The outside The property is approached via a shared driveway which leads to the garage. There is a door from the garage and gated side access into the south-facing rear garden. The garden has a delightful sun terrace, perfect for alfresco dining in the evening sun, and it is ideally positioned in front of the doors leading to the kitchen and living room.
Steps lead down to the remainder of the garden, which is laid to lawn, and bordered with well-stocked beds providing an array of colour. Brick walls with mature foliage provide seclusion and a pebbled area to the rear of the garden, along with a decked area, provide further space for garden furniture.
Important information Council Tax Band - E
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - NA
Location Coggeshall is a highly regarded Essex village which has a variety of shops serving day to day needs. The Brasserie, White Hart Hotel and Coggeshall Spice Indian are popular for eating out. Educational facilities are provided by St Peter's Primary School and Honywood Community School, both of which have an excellent reputation. The village is bypassed by the A120, travelling east towards Colchester. To the west there is good access to Stansted Airport and the M11. Kelvedon Station is approximately 3 miles away and offers a fast and frequent service to London Liverpool Street. Coggeshall community bus connects the village to the station at peak times.
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A charming Grade II listed family home with south-facing garden, off road parking and garage, nestled in the heart of the desirable medieval town of Coggeshall. Ideally located for excellent schools, the property is approximately 2.6 miles from Kelvedon mainline train station.
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