3.81m x 3.40m (12'6 x 11'2)
Sash window with secondary glazing, radiator, fire place with log burner.
Under stairs storage.
3.78m x 3.40m (12'5 x 11'2)
Feature place, double glazed window to side and rear, radiator, stairs to first floor.
2.69m x 2.11m (8'10 x 6'11)
Range of wall and base units, work top surfaces, stainless steel sink, space for fridge, space for freezer, space for washing machine, space for cooker with extractor hood above, double glazed window and door.
Hi level WC, radiator.
Radiator, double glazed french doors to the garden.
3.81m x 3.38m (12'6 x 11'1)
Sash window with secondary glazing, feature fire place, radiator.
3.81m x 2.54m (12'6 x 8'4)
Double glazed window, radiator, feature fire place, storage cupboard.
Free standing roll top bath tub with shower unit over, high level WC, wash basin with vanity storage, radiator with towel rail, double glazed window.
The rear garden is approx 100ft and south facing and not over looked from the back, has been landscaped with various flower beds and trees, pathway leading to the rear of the garden, summer house, timber sheds to remain.
The Historic town of Maldon sits proudly on a hill but no visit to the district would be complete without a visit to the popular Hythe Quay, where many Thames Barges have been lovingly restored by devoted owners, some are still in use commercially as charter vessels. The Hythe Quay offers historic pubs incorporating The Queens Head and Jolly Sailor both offering fine food. The Edwardian Promenade close to Hythe Quay enjoys stunning riverside walks and large amenity areas, including a children’s splash park, which is ideal for picnics and family days out. Maldon’s Historic High Street offers a unique and individual shopping experience and a Marks & Spencer’s simply food, along with many coffee shops and restaurants. Further information can be found by visiting “www.itsaboutmaldon.co.uk” . Maldon offers impressive educational facilities with the Plume secondary school recently being given academy status. Maldon is situated on the River Blackwater, but is only 10.6 miles approx from Chelmsford, 6.8 miles approx from Witham railway station giving direct access to London’s Liverpool street station. The A12 leading to London is an approx. 15/20 minute drive, and access to the A127 and A13 is via the A130.
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