Agents Summary: Oak framed Potton style home constructed during the early noughties which has been designed for family living with excellent size reception rooms perfect for entertaining. Internally, there is a central entrance hall with access to all rooms and grand staircase. The entrance hall ceiling vaults up to a galleried landing with views to the front aspect. Period style features formed part of the original design and build process including exposed joinery, a large brick built inglenook fireplace to the sitting room, farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room. Outside, there is a detached double garage with studio over which has an independent kitchenette and shower room , there is a decked area with hot tub to remain within the asking price to the side of the property accessed from the dining room.
Area Location: Being located in the semi-rural parish of Sandon which is around 4 miles east of the City centre. In the heart of the village the Crown Inn can be found which has an excellent reputation locally for food and ales. St Andrew's Church can also be found off of the village green. The local fields are still largely agricultural and popular with residents and surrounding villagers due to network of footpaths and bridleways over delightful open countryside. The Park & Ride is located 1.5 miles away with direct buses to the Railway Station, the A12 (J18) is also located here providing links westwards to London and eastward towards Colchester, Ipswich and the Coast.
We understand from the sellers that planning permission has been refused on more than one occasion for the erection of a single storey dwelling on the plot of land to the rear. For more information please contact one of our Property Consultants.