General information A charming 17th century grade II listed house of character located within the village centre yet offering a high degree of privacy with green spaces and country walks nearby.
On entering The Old Manse the delightful entrance hall provides access to all principal rooms and has a turning staircase leading to the first floor. The sitting room faces East and has a lovely period fireplace with open fire. The study is adjacent also Easterly facing and benefits from a large storage cupboard. To the rear of the house you will find the kitchen with breakfast bar and AGA. The dining room has French style doors to the rear garden, fitted cupboard and door to the inner lobby which is part of a recent extension and provides separate access to the front and rear of the house, the guest bedroom and shower room.
The first floor landing provides access to all thee double bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom is located to the front and has period integrated wardrobes to one wall. Bedroom two is adjacent with a fitted cupboard whilst bedroom three is to the rear and is reached by it's own staircase making it an ideal childs bedroom. The bathroom has a freestanding copper bath, WC and wash hand basin and window to the rear.
The Old Manse has had planning permission passed under Babergh council application number: B/17/00378/SES for a first floor and single storey rear extension which would allow the creation of an additional first floor bedroom.
Sitting room 14' 2" x 13' 9" (4.32m x 4.19m)
Dining room 14' 1" x 13' 1" (4.29m x 3.99m)
Study 12' 6" x 10' 10" (3.81m x 3.3m)
Kitchen/breakfast room 16' 10" x 12' 0" (5.13m x 3.66m)
Guest bedroom 13' 10" x 11' 3" (4.22m x 3.43m)
Bedroom one 14' 3" x 14' 0" (4.34m x 4.27m)
Bedroom two 13' 2" x 12' 10" (4.01m x 3.91m)
Bedroom three 13' 4" x 11' 10" (4.06m x 3.61m)
The outside Set back from the road behind double gates the gravel drive provides parking for several cars with gated side access leading to the walled rear garden measuring approximately 65ft in width and 55ft in depth with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and brick built outhouse.
Where? East Bergholt is one of the largest villages in the Stour Valley region and is approximately 10 miles North of Colchester, 8 miles South of Ipswich and approximately 3 miles from Manningtree with its range of shopping facilities and mainline railway station to London Liverpool Street. The village also has a high school and primary school. East Bergholt is also famously known to be the birthplace of the painter John Constable with Flatford Mill and Dedham both within walking distance.
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 - Not Required
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A charming 17th century grade II listed house of character located within the village centre, yet offering a high degree of privacy with green spaces and country walks nearby.
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