CONTACT US FOR A VIRTUAL VIEWING A beautifully appointed Grade ll Listed Victorian property providing an abundance of features occupying a discreet setting within walking distance of Maldon High Street. This striking detached family house, built in 1845, offers a floor area of around 2000 sq.ft with excellent family living and entertaining space.
The property has been updated and elegantly decorated and offers attractive weather boarded and rendered elevations under a slate tiled roof. The accommodation is arranged over two levels with three first floor bedrooms, en suite facilities to bedroom one along with a separate family bathroom. To the ground floor is bedroom four with en suite shower room, two reception rooms plus an east facing Victorian style garden room. The split level kitchen/family room opens to a utility room, outer lobby and a delightful garden providing colour and seclusion. Externally there is a sweeping drive with ample parking spaces and a detached single storey self-contained studio. The beautifully tended-to gardens are located to the side and front with a total plot size of around 0.3 of an acre.
You approach the property from the front, through a period entrance door with decorative stained glass Arts & Crafts panels opening onto a reception hall. To the side of the hall is a cosy double aspect sitting room/snug with feature cast iron fireplace and an attractive bay window. To the far side of the house is a hardwood, Victorian style, garden room providing a bright reception space overlooking the established front garden. The garden room provides double doors opening to the principal reception room which is a glorious room providing a comfortable space, feature gas fire and bay window. To the rear of the house is bedroom four which is currently being used as a study and provides an en suite shower room with underfloor heating. The large kitchen/family/dining room is positioned to the rear corner of the house and is a wonderful open plan room with a bespoke fitted kitchen, Quartz work surfaces and a range of appliances including a Rayburn along with access to a utility room. The family/dining area opens to a beautiful terrace seating area with garden views.
To the first floor there are three well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one and two are located to the front of the house, both being bright spacious rooms with sash windows and fitted wardrobes. To the rear of the master bedroom is a modern en suite shower room.
The outside The garden extends from the kitchen/family room and commences with an extensive raised terrace seating area, ideal for al fresco dining. The glorious landscaped garden offers both tranquil seclusion and a beautiful botanical setting. The house's lawn incorporates a variety of trees including Mulberry, Hazelnut, Damson, Apple and Plum. There is a timber framed summer house and a greenhouse. Vehicular access can be gained to the rear of the garden by way of timber gates which are accessed from an un-adopted lane parallel to Tenterfield Road. There is an oak framed covered link leading from the garden to the front of the house which offers a sweeping gravel drive and a substantial area of garden with established foliage providing a vast degree of natural seclusion from Wantz Road. To the side of the house is a detached single storey studio room providing supplementary accommodation to the house, subject to planning. In total the property occupies a plot of 0.3 of an acre.
Where? The property occupies a discreet setting, set back from Wantz Road, within short walking distance of Maldon's thriving High Street and to the Hythe waterfront. The attractive maritime town of Maldon is one of the oldest recorded towns in Essex with a High Street boasting both local and national stores as well as quaint tea rooms, historic pubs and a mixture of restaurants. Maldon is located on the banks of the Blackwater estuary. With its vast coastline the area is very popular for sailing and other water sports. There is a choice of schools in the area in both the public and private sector, including Maldon Court Prep School, Heathcote and Elm Green and slightly further afield, New Hall and Felsted. A bus service provides links to the excellent Grammar Schools in Chelmsford and Colchester. Maldon is located roughly 5 miles south east of Hatfield Peverel, which provides a rail link into London Liverpool Street station taking approximately 40 minutes. The city of Chelmsford lies 10 miles to the west, with extensive range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, theatres and social activities.
Important information Council Tax Band - E
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - Due to the property being Grade ll listed an EPC is not required.