Little Baddow
| £1,100,000

PRICE GUIDE £1,100,000-£1,200,000. Within a most desired Essex village location is this attractive established home built in 1919, we understand by Bakers of Danbury. Set within a National Trust area on a plot of just over 0.8 of an acre, the property affords wonderful mature gardens. The road frontage and width of the plot lends itself to substantial extension of the existing house or even the possibility of a second dwelling, of course subject to gaining the necessary planning consents from Chelmsford City Council. Accommodation includes four bedrooms (three of which afford double aspects), two bathrooms and three receptions rooms. Externally there is a parking area to the front of the house, long driveway leading to a double garage and a timber garden building beyond. There are many character features one would expect of a property of this era. Danbury village centre with its many amenities is about 0.6 miles away. Energy Rating E.


Master Bedroom

4.83m x 4.57m (15'10 x 15')

A lovely double aspect room with a bay window to front and two smaller windows to the side. Two radiators, wide archway to:

Vanity Area

Window to front, wash hand basin set onto storage unit, eves cupboard.

Guest Bedroom

3.89m x 3.73m (12'9 x 12'3)

Double aspect room with a window to the side and rear, two radiators. Fitted furniture including two double wardrobes, dresser unit and storage units. Door to:


Obscure glazed window to side, ladder towel radiator. Three piece suite comprising large fully tiled shower cubicle with glass screen, part concealed wc, wash hand basin set into high gloss storage unit. Part tiled walls and tiled floor.

Bedroom Three

4.22m x 4.01m (13'10 x 13'2)

A double aspect room overlooking the gardens with a window to the rear and two smaller windows to the side. Radiator. Fitted furniture including two double wardrobes and drawer storage units.

Bedroom Four

2.87m x 2.62m (9'5 x 8'7)

Window to side, radiator. Built-in wardrobes also housing the Valiant gas fired boiler and hot water cylinder with immersion heater.

Family Bathroom/wc

Obscure glazed window to side, ladder towel radiator. Four piece suite comprising bath with wall mounted central tap unit and shower attachment, large fully tiled shower cubicle with glass screen, part concealed wc. Large wooden storage/vanity unit with wash hand basin and matching lighting pelmet and mirrorr above Part tiled walls.


Two windows to side, radiator, access to roof spaces, stairs to:


Entrance Porch

A lovely entrance porch with feature arch top full height glazed windows and matching double entrance doors. Door to:


Feature oval window to front and further window to the side, two radiators, under stairs storage. Door to sitting room and dining room.

Dining Room

4.83m x 4.52m (15'10 x 14'10)

A double aspect bay window to front and two smaller windows to the side. Open fireplace with feature surround.


8.31m x 4.57m max (27'3 x 15' max)

A wonderful sitting room with a feature 'corner' bay style window to the rear and overlooking the gardens, also with a door to exterior. Three further windows. Two radiators, open fireplace with feature surround. Door to dining room and door to:

Breakfast Room

3.91m x 3.00m (12'10 x 9'10)

Two small windows to side and door with matching side window leading to the rear garden, radiator, archway to:


4.78m x 2.13m (15'8 x 7')

Window to side and rear, radiator. One and half bowl sink unit set into wooden effect work surfaces. Comprehensive range of fitted base units, wall units and large larder style cupboard. Built-in electric double oven, electric hob with extractor hood above. Integrated fridge and dishwasher. Tiled splash backs, French style door to:


Part glazed door to exterior, door to cloakroom and:

Utility Room

Window to rear, sink unit, work surfaces and storage units. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.


Extractor fan, radiator. Suite comprising wash hand basin set onto storage unit and part concealed wc. Part tiled walls.


Plot of approx. 0.83 of an acre.


The property is set back from the road, well screened behind mature trees. Entrance via shingle driveway leading to parking area and long driveway leading along the left boundary to the garage.

The gardens are very well tended and feature an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and stocked beds throughout. Large patio at the rear of the house. Fencing to all boundaries.

Double Garage

Two up and over doors, window to side, water tap, personal door to garden.

Timber Garden Building/Workshop

7.32m x 3.05m (24' x 10')

Set directly behind the garage, light connected.


The property offers a vast array of scope for extension and development if required. The house itself is set in one half of its plot, the width of the plot at the front being about 100'. The total plot depth is approx. 360'. Obviously building works of any sort would require full planning consent from Chelmsford City Council, 01245 606606,

Little Baddow Area Note

Little Baddow is a most desired elevated village situated between Danbury to the south and the Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation Canal to the north. Little Baddow & Danbury are famous for their National Trust woodlands, conservation and areas of natural beauty. There is a wide range of schools in the district, both in the public and private sector. Nearby preparatory schools are Heathcote School of Danbury and Elm Green School, Little Baddow. State schools include Danbury Park Community School (recently voted Outstanding by Ofsted) and St Johns C of E primary school. Danbury village provides a good range of village stores as well as a library, dentists, doctors surgery plus a sports and leisure centre with a gym. A wider collection of shopping facilities can be found in the city of Chelmsford just 6 miles to the west. There are frequent direct trains to London Liverpool Street from the mainline station in Chelmsford as well as easy access to the national motorway network via the nearby A12 & A130.

Agents Notes

These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All measurements are approximate. No responsibility is accepted as to the accuracy of these particulars or statements made by our staff concerning the above property. We have not tested any apparatus or equipment therefore cannot verify that they are in good working order. Any intending purchaser must satisfy themselves as to the correctness of such statements within these particulars. All negotiations to be conducted through Church and Hawes. No enquiries have been made with the local authorities pertaining to planning permission or building regulations. Any buyer should seek verification from their legal representative or surveyor.

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