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High Street, Kelvedon, CO5 9AE

  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    4
  • Bathroom

    bathrooms
    3

General information

General information Situated in the sought after village of Kelvedon this four bedroom Grade II Listed property has an abundance of charm and character with many original features included exposed Oak beams but combining the benefits of modern living. The property is situated on the High Street being within a short walk of local amenities and the mainline railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street.

This family home commences with a solid wooden door to the front leading into the spacious sitting room.

Sitting room 12' 9" x 12' 7" (3.89m x 3.84m) This characterful room enjoys secondary double glazed window to the front aspect, a feature of this room is the gas fireplace with exposed red brick hearth and gives access through to the dining room.

Dining room 12' 7" x 9' 11" (3.84m x 3.02m) The formal dining room has a red brick hearth, secondary double glazed window to the front aspect and a good size storage cupboard.

Kitchen/breakfast room 22' 4" x 10' 8" (6.81m x 3.25m) The kitchen has all the benefits of modern living including integrated dishwasher, one bowl stainless steel sink inset to roll edge work surface, range of wall and base units incorporating cupboards and drawers, inset four ring gas hob with oven beneath and extractor above, under stairs storage cupboard, double doors to the rear leading out to the garden and a window to the side allowing an abundance of natural light. Accessed from the breakfast area where staircase rises to the first floor there is a ground floor shower room.

Shower room 10' 3" x 3' 1" (3.12m x 0.94m) Enclosed shower, low level W.C and wall mounted wash hand basin and a door leading to the side access and parking.

Landing A staircase rises to the first floor which gives access to all four bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom one 13' 1" x 9' 11" (3.99m x 3.02m) A secondary double glazed window to the front aspect, walk in wardrobe and a door to the en-suite shower room.

Ensuite 7' 9" x 2' 5" (2.36m x 0.74m) A modern suite comprising of a shower cubicle, low level W.C and pedestal wash hand basin.

Bedroom two 13' x 8' 4" (3.96m x 2.54m) A secondary double glazed window to the front aspect and walk in wardrobe.

Bedroom three 11' 2" x 9' 10" (3.4m x 3m) A secondary double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom four 7' 3" x 6' 1" (2.21m x 1.85m) A secondary double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Bathroom 10' 6" x 5' 2" (3.2m x 1.57m) Obscure secondary double glazed window to the rear aspect, panel enclosed bath, low level W.C and pedestal wash hand basin.

The outside There are double wooden side hung gates which lead to a private rear garden where there is a covered patio area with the remainder being hard landscaped with shrubs and trees. At the foot of the garden there is a single garage with up and over door and personal door to the side and power and light connected. To access the garage there is a driveway which the neighbouring property has a right of access over in order to gain access to their garage.

Where? The historic village of Kelvedon offers a High Street with a tea room, range of pubs and amenities. There is a choice of schools in the area in both the public and private sector, including Maldon Court Prep School, St Mary's Primary School and nearby Honywood secondary School. Slightly further afield there is New Hall, Felsted and King Edward VI Grammar and County High School for Girls, in Chelmsford. The larger town of Colchester provides wider education facilities including Colchester Royal Grammar School for

boys and the girls County High School, a Sixth Form College, Colchester Institute and the University of Essex. The village is bypassed by the A12 which leads to Colchester and East Anglia to the North, and to the South is Chelmsford, The main line railway station at Kelvedon has a fast and frequent service with a journey time to London Liverpool Street of approximately 50 minutes.

Important information Council Tax Band - E

Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.

Tenure - Freehold

Agents note The Blue plaque celebrating the birth of Charles Haddon Spurgeon Baptist Preacher and Philanthropist in 1835.

Property summary

Situated in the sought after village of Kelvedon this four bedroom Grade II Listed property has an abundance of charm and character with many original features included exposed Oak beams but combining the benefits of modern living. The property is situated on the High Street being within a short walk of local amenities and the mainline railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street.

Features

  • Sought after village location
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Two receptions
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Off road parking & garage
  • Walking distance of the mainline railway station
  • Abundance of charm & character

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