General information This fabulous Grade 2 listed period property has been lovingly renovated to a high standard by the current owners and has a beautiful finish throughout located in a semi-rural position backing onto the Essex Wildlife Trust nature reserve.
On entering the property the reception hall has wooden flooring and stairs to the first floor with storage area under.
The sitting room forms part of an extension believed to have been constructed in the 1980's and has windows to the front and side, fireplace (currently not in use) and French doors leading out to the garden terrace. The beautiful kitchen/family room forms part of the original building and has a wealth of exposed beams and timbers and an attractive feature box bay window. There is a fireplace with inset log burner, storage cupboards, tiled flooring and ample space for a dining table and seating area. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of units with wooden worksurfaces, inset sink, space for a range cooker and has an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. A window overlooks the rear garden and a door leads to the garden room which has a recess with worksurface with storage cupboards under, space for a washing machine and an integrated freezer. A door leads to the garden terrace and a further door provides access to the cloakroom.
On the first floor the landing has a window to the front. The master bedroom has a wealth of exposed beams with windows to the front and rear providing views over the Essex Wildlife Nature Reserve. There are two built-in wardrobes and a stylish ensuite with wc, vanity unit with inset sink and shower cubicle.
There are three further bedrooms and the family bathroom which has a white suite comprising bath, wc and basin. The upstairs rooms have far reaching views across Great Holland Brook to the rear and farmland to the front.
The outside Tudor Cottage is set well back from Little Clacton Road with a 100ft. Front garden and has a block paved driveway providing ample off road parking and further space for a boat, caravan or motor home. There is a large detached garage measuring 6.6m by 5.5m with windows and metal door. Internal staircase to studio above. Separate workshop measuring 5.15m by 2.0m with windows, and a door into garage. This offers the potential for annexe accommodation subject to planning consents.
There is an attractive garden area to the front of the property with water feature and seating area and to the side of the property there is an attached store room, measuring 3.8m x 2.3m with doors to the front and rear garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders, patio and an attractive decked terrace adjacent to the property. A gate to the rear of the garden provides access onto the Essex Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve.
Location Great Holland is between the coastal towns of Frinton on Sea and Clacton on Sea both with sandy beaches and shopping facilities for day to day needs. The neighbouring village of Kirby Cross has a station with links to London Liverpool Street.
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 - Exempt
Our ref - PRC
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A beautiful Grade II listed cottage in a semi-rural location backing onto Essex Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve with annex potential, plenty of off road parking and lovely gardens.
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