An attractive top floor three bedroom penthouse apartment with views over adjacent paddock and countryside.
We are pleased to offer a stunning three bedroom, former show house, penthouse apartment with views over adjacent paddock and countryside. There are two bathrooms, an entrance hallway and large boarded loft space. The main feature is an impressive vaulted kitchen living room with triple aspect. There are also two allocated parking spaces with additional visitor parking bays. The property is situated on the fringe of the Medieval market town of Coggeshall, with easy access to local schools and shops.
Upon entering the communal entrance you are greeted with a large staircase leading up to the property. On the second floor is a good size shared landing which is used by both properties and enjoys views over paddocks and outside communal area.
Entering the property, you have a central hallway that offers access to all bedrooms, the main bathroom, open plan kitchen living space and also access to the loft space with loft ladder. The majority of the loft space is boarded with power and light connected.
The open plan kitchen living room benefits from an impressive vaulted ceiling with triple aspect, an attractive featured port hole window, windows to front, side and rear overlook adjacent paddocks and countryside. A fully fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces incorporating inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap, built in fridge, dishwasher, microwave, free standing Baumatic range style double oven with stainless steel splashback and extractor hood over and ambient plinth lighting. There is also a large peninsula that has been installed housing additional storage, bin store and freezer and offering space for dining. The main living area offers lots of space for seating and additional furniture.
Next to the main space is the bathroom which comprises a bath with recessed shower and fitted shower screen, WC, sink with waterfall tap and a heated towel rail.
Bedroom one is currently being used as an office and dressing room and has access to the en-suite. The en-suite comprises a built in shower cubicle, WC, sink, heated towel rail and extractor fan.
Bedroom two is being used as the main bedroom and offers views over the paddocks and communal seating areas.
Bedroom three has a double built in wardrobe and offers views over the countryside and paddocks.
Outside the property are two allocated parking spaces as well as visitors spaces, communal grounds including communal decking areas and garden
Coggeshall is a quaint and highly regarded village renowned for its listed buildings and dates back to at least Saxon times. It retains a real community spirit with activities and social groups attractive to all ages.
There are regular events held by the community and the Parish Council which attract visitors from afar. There are also a variety of shops, pubs, a post office and highly regarded restaurants. There is comprehensive schooling including the Honywood Community Science Secondary School, St Peter’s Primary School and the Montessori nursery “Absolute Angels”.
The village holds a market every Thursday which has been a regular event since 1256. Kelvedon mainline station is within 3 miles and the Coggeshall community bus makes regular trips in mornings and evenings which many commuters find an essential service. The nearby A12 and A120 provide access to other parts of the region notably Colchester, Chelmsford, Braintree and Stansted Airport.
Electric, Gas, Mains Water, Mains Drainage
Kitchen/Dining Room 15' 11" x 23' 8" (4.85m x 7.21m)
Bedroom One 14' 5" x 10' 2" (4.39m x 3.10m)
Bedroom Two 9' 9" x 15' 4" > 13' 5" (2.97m x 4.67m >4.09m)
Bedroom Three 10' x 7' 11" (3.05m x 2.41m)
Bathroom 8' 1" x 5' 3" (2.46m x 1.60m)
Loft 24' 6" x 17' (7.47m x 5.18m)
Allocated Parking Spaces
Agents Note Please note this property is a listed building meaning it is of local or national historical interest. It is important to understand that there may be restrictions on what works can be carried out on the property and listed building consent may be required. There are many mis-understandings surrounding listed buildings therefore we would advise visiting www.historicengland.org.uk for more information.