General information Heavy wooden entrance door to the entrance lobby with door to cloakroom having wash hand basin and a low level W.C. The impressive lounge/diner has a feature red brick inglenook fireplace with timber bressummer, log burning stove and alcove to one side. This delightful room has an abundance of exposed timbers and beams and provides a lovely entertaining/dining area. Stair flight leads down to the cellar a good size area with plenty of potential currently used mainly for storage. The kitchen/breakfast room has worksurfaces with cupboards under and inset sink, four ring hob with cooker hood over and built in oven, fitted wall units. A glazed door leads out to the garden and there is a useful utility room with ample space for appliances and a door leading out to the share alleyway.
On the first floor the landing has exposed timbers and access to the attic with its excellent storage space and potential to create an additional room subject to both planning and listing approval. Bedroom one has exposed timbers, a fireplace and built in wardrobe cupboard. Bedroom two is another good size double bedroom with exposed timbers and there is a spacious bathroom having panel bath with mixer/shower attachment, low level W.C, wash basin, timber panelled walls and built in storage cupboard housing the insulated copper cylinder.
Lounge/diner 18' 6" x 13' 4" > 10' (5.64m x 4.06m)
Kitchen/breakfast room 11' 2" x 10' (3.4m x 3.05m)
Utility room 10' 8" x 3' 6" (3.25m x 1.07m)
Bedroom one 15' 9" x 10' 3" (4.8m x 3.12m)
Bedroom two 16' 4" x 9' 8" max. (4.98m x 2.95m)
Bathroom 9' 6" x 8' 3" (2.9m x 2.51m)
Cellar 14' x 11' 4" (4.27m x 3.45m)
Attic 20' x 11' (6.1m x 3.35m) maximum overall measurments
The outside There is an easy to manage paved courtyard style garden.
Where? The highly regarded waterside town of Wivenhoe has a long standing artistic community and the town has a number of small local shops, a variety of public houses many with musical events and shopping facilities for day to day needs. There are a host of sport and leisure clubs including Wivenhoe sailing, football, cricket and tennis clubs and a number of waterfront activities. There are excellent local schooling facilities and for the commuter the nearby station offers straight forward access to via Colchester to London Liverpool Street station.
Important information Council Tax Band - D
Tenure - Freehold
Our ref - GMB
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Occupying a delightful position in 'Olde Wivenhoe', within a stones throw of the waterfront and local amenities a wonderful Grade II Listed cottage with an abundance of character believed to date back to around the 16th century.
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