Radiator, access to both bedrooms and lounge.
4.29m x 3.53m (14'1 x 11'7)
2.95m x 2.39m (9'8 x 7'10)
Currently used as a study. Radiator and window.
7.09m x 3.61m (23'3 x 11'10)
'L' shaped lounge/diner with patio doors leading to the rear garden. Radiator and access to the kitchen.
4.24m max x 3.45m (13'11 max x 11'4)
A range of wall and base units, work top surfaces, 1 & 1/4 bowl sink with drainer, windows, radiator, space for appliances. Storage cupboards.
Corner bath with shower attachment, low level wc, wash basin with vanity storage below, window.
3.68m x 2.31m (12'1 x 7'7)
Brick based structure enclosed with sealed units overlooking the garden.
The front drive is approx 35ft offering plenty of space for parking or keeping a caravan/motor home, The front is enclosed with a brick wall and five bar gate, there is various trees and hedges.
Detached garage with power, lighting and up and over door.
This west facing garden is approx 100ft which has been landscaped by the current owners.
Maylandsea is a delightful village situated to the east of the Historic town of Maldon and is on the banks of the River Blackwater. Maylandsea offers a selection of local shops including Nisa and local primary schools as well as indian restaurants and wine bar. Ideal for sailing enthusiasts as Maylandsea offers it's own sailing club. Althorne railway station with links to London's Liverpool station is approx 4.8 miles and Southminster station is 6.3 miles. The Historic town of Maldon is approx 8.4 miles.
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