A charming three bedroom Victorian house with large garden and situated in the heart of Earls Colne.
This lovely, Victorian cottage will leave you pleasantly surprised by the abundant living space on offer. As you step inside, you'll find a front reception room, perfect for creating your ideal sitting area or a productive home office. Adjacent to it, a cozy living room awaits, complete with a comforting log burner to warm those chilly evenings. Continuing through the living room, you'll discover a well-designed kitchen that seamlessly connects to the charming dining area.
Venturing upstairs, three generously proportioned bedrooms await, providing ample space for your family's needs. The first floor also houses a family bathroom, fitted with a Heritage suite that compliments the age of the property.
A thoughtfully designed garden awaits to the rear where the current owners have created a lovely place to unwind. From the double doors in the dining area, you'll be greeted by a seating area, complete with a picturesque feature pond. Further along, a covered outside seating space beckons, creating a perfect environment for hosting and entertaining guests.
As you explore further, you'll find a workshop, fully equipped with light and power, catering to all your DIY needs. A generous lawn stretches along the garden to a rear seating area where the addition of a fully insulated home office with WIFI, creates a space to work from home, or enjoy your favourite hobby.
Please note there is a right of way running along the rear of the house which gives the neighbouring property access to their garden.
Earls Colne is situated in the heart of the Colne Valley which has some of the prettiest countryside in the County with plenty of opportunities for walks and riding.
It is well placed for the commuter being within easy reach of Kelvedon Station and Marks Tey stations with the journey to Liverpool Street taking some 50 - 60 minutes. En-route to Kelvedon, one crosses the A120 trunk road which serves Braintree, Dunmow, Stansted Airport and the M11.
The market towns of Halstead and Coggeshall are both situated approximately 4 miles away which offer extensive shopping and dining facilities.
The region boasts a significant number of secondary and primary schools as well as colleges and nurseries. There are well-renowned private schools within easy reach and some of the country’s leading grammar schools in Colchester and Chelmsford.