GUIDE PRICE £260,000 to £280,000….NO ONWARD CHAIN A hidden gem of a Victorian cottage. Situated in the Bocking quarter of Braintree, this two bedroom home occupies the most tranquil of…
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GUIDE PRICE £260,000 to £280,000….NO ONWARD CHAIN
A hidden gem of a Victorian cottage. Situated in the Bocking quarter of Braintree, this two bedroom home occupies the most tranquil of locations. Situated down a leafy paved pathway, amongst thatched and period cottages, Surrounded by cottage gardens and orchards. The property is beautifully presented and lovingly cared for. Two double bedrooms, open plan kitchen diner and lounge with feature fireplace.
GROUND FLOOR The property commences with a porch, ideal for the parking of shoes and removal of coats, a window to the side ensures that there is plenty of light. Stepping in to the lounge there is an immediate sense of charm and cottage character, an exposed red brick fire place is the focal point of the room, the window to the front looks out over the cottage garden. Next we have the kitchen diner to the rear, this generous open plan space has been enhanced through the addition of a ground floor extension. The kitchen is well equipped and looks out to and has direct access to the courtyard garden to the rear. Stairs from the dining area lead up to the first floor.
FIRST FLOOR A bright well lit landing is flooded with light through a well positioned sky light, there is good storage here with two cupboards either side of the corridor. The family bathroom is smart and well appointed again another cleverly positioned roof light floods the room with natural light. the front bedroom has great views over the front garden to adjacent tree filled land, the rear bedroom looks out over the rear courtyard to a neighbouring gardens and orchards.
FRONT From Church Lane a paved tree lined pathway leads up to the cottage, meaning the situation and outlook is exceptionally private, no passing pedestrians and no passing traffic. There is street parking on Church Lane.
The front garden is marked out with a timber picket fence, being mainly laid to lawn with space for sun bathing and barbecues. There is a timber shed that is to remain. The borders are well stocked with cottage flowers and shrubs. A brick path leads from the footpath to the front door.
REAR The rear courtyard has timber fenced boundaries, neighbouring fruit trees screen the rear and offer privacy. There is space for planters and tubs and room for a substantial patio dining set.