Maldon Road, Bradwell-on-Sea
| £699,995


Believed to date back to the 1800s and offering views across rolling countryside and towards the River Blackwater is this stunning substantial detached character residence offering almost 2800 sq ft of living accommodation. This is a truly wonderful example of a property from this era offering many period features including copious beams and grandeur brick fireplaces. The approximately half an acre plot includes a substantial double garage with large workshop/office, summer house/garden retreat which overlooks the mature koi pond (see agents note), ample parking, full swimming pool complex and meticulously maintained gardens. The accommodation includes 5 bedrooms two with en suites, bathroom, cloakroom, substantial kitchen diner/family room as well as an impressive 7 reception rooms. This property is truly a one off and can only be fully appreciated by an internal inspection. EPC F.

First Floor Landing:

Double glazed lead light windows to front, radiator, exposed timbers, two eaves storage cupboards, staircase to:

Master Bedroom:

8.46 x 3.20 (27'9" x 10'6")

Fully glazed lead light door with matching side windows leading to balcony with farmland views and the River Blackwater beyond, radiator, door to:

En Suite:

Double glazed lead light window to front, double radiator, three piece luxury white suite comprising free-standing roll top Jacuzzi bath with antique style mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and wc. Fitted linen storage units and cupboard housing hot water cylinder, fully tiled to all walls.

Guest Bedroom:

6.71 > 5.61 x 3.96 (22'0" > 18'5" x 13'0")

Double glazed lead light windows to front and two to the rear, double radiator, door to:

En Suite:

Three piece suite comprising large fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and wc, fully tiled to all walls.

Bedroom 3:

3.40 x 3.25 (11'2" x 10'8")

Double glazed lead light window to rear, double radiator, double fitted wardrobe, access to roof space.

Bedroom 4:

3.23 x 2.51 (10'7" x 8'3")

Double glazed lead light window to front, radiator, ceiling fan.

Bedroom 5:

2.31 x 2.26 (7'7" x 7'5")

Double glazed lead light window to rear, radiator.

Family Bathroom:

Double glazed lead light window to rear, double radiator, five piece suite comprising corner bath, fully tiled shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin, close coupled wc, bidet, fully tiled to all walls, exposed timbers.

Ground Floor Reception Hall:

Solid oak entrance door, double glazed lead light windows to front, double radiator, understairs storage cupboard, exposed timbers.

Sitting Room:

6.71 x 3.91 (22'0" x 12'10")

Double glazed lead light windows to front and further window to rear onto conservatory, two double radiators. The focal point of this room is the fireplace with an oak Bressumer and fitted cast iron wood burner set on a brick hearth, exposed heavy timbers, double doors with matching side window leading to:

Sun Lounge:

6.83 x 3.66 (22'5" x 12'0")

A double hexagonal design, three quarter double glazed to two sides and double doors to exterior. This is a lovely room which directly overlooks the swimming pool, gardens and farmland beyond.

Dining Room:

4.32 x 3.12 (14'2" x 10'3")

Double glazed lead light window to rear and further window to conservatory, double radiator, exposed timbers.

Games Room:

7.01 x 3.05 (23'0" x 10'0")

Double glazed lead light windows to front and side, two double radiators, open fireplace with heavy oak surround and herringbone brick hearth, exposed 'heavy' timbers.

Study:

3.12 x 2.62 (10'3" x 8'7")

Double glazed lead light window to front, radiator.

Cloakroom:

Internal window, two piece suite comprising wc and pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls with feature tiled border.

Kitchen/Family Room:

7.32 x 6.53 max (24'0" x 21'5" max)

Exposed brick walk round fireplace with heavy oak beams, double glazed lead light windows to rear and two smaller lead light windows to side, radiator. A country style kitchen commencing with a Butler sink with granite work tops. Further solid beech work surfaces, range of pine storage units with matching pine drawer unit. 'Rangemaster' cooker to remain, built in larder cupboard, dishwasher to remain, further storage cupboards (one housing washing machine and tumble drier, freestanding oil fired boiler fuelling hot water and central heating systems, opening with oak surround to:

Morning Room:

4.57 x 3.23 (15'0" x 10'7")

Double glazed lead light window to rear.

Conservatory/Garden Room

UPVC double glazed construction, overlooking the garden and pond.

Exterior:

Electronic gates open onto block paved parking area, fenced storage yard area, leading to:

Double Garage:

6.40 x 5.49 (21'0" x 18'0")

Electric up and over door, double glazed window to either side, personal door to side, access to roof space, opening to:

Workshop/Office:

5.49 x 4.88 (18'0" x 16'0")

Double glazed window to the rear & side, door to the side.

Swimming Pool Complex:

This area is completely paved with a 30' x 15' heated swimming pool, with summerhouse/bar with substantial pergola.

Changing Rooms & Pump House:

Divided into three rooms. Changing room with shower room/wc, room housing boiler. Filtration and pump unit and the other housing the oil storage tank.

Formal Gardens

Lawned garden to either side of the house with well tended flower and shrub beds and borders. Numerous palm trees surround the pool with all feature lighting. Brick built barbecue with pergola over at the rear of the changing rooms and pump house.
Further lawned gardens to the rear and both sides of the house along with an approximate 60,000 gallon fish pond and Garden retreat. Well stocked flower beds, timber workshop and garden shed (both with power and light connected).
The gardens are fenced to all boundaries with plenty of courtesy lighting throughout the plot. From the house and gardens there are far reaching farmland views with the River Blackwater beyond.
There is an automatic irrigation system installed which takes it supply from a natural well in the gardens.

Summer House/ Garden Retreat

5.74 Max x 3.73 Max (18'10" Max x 12'3" Max)

A timber constructed cabin, built from timbers believed to have come from a local barn, and prior to that from an historic ship. This room enjoys windows overlooking the pond and gardens. Wall mounted electric fireplace with surround.

Bradwell on Sea:

Bradwell on Sea is situated on the Dengie Peninsular where the Blackwater estuary meets the North Sea providing a delightful village located in a maritime setting with a highly regarded marina, several beaches and access onto the sea wall. The village has a primary school, thriving community shop and post office and garage as well as two pubs. The area is otherwise a quiet, rural, mainly arable landscape with some flat areas of open countryside and some quite stunning undulating areas with hilltop vantage points.

Direct trains to London Liverpool Street can be caught from the village of Southminster, a 15 minute drive away, journey time approximately 65 minutes.

Agents Note

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.

Agents Note-Pond

The pond and filtration system will remain in situ, the fish are to be sold by separate negotiation.

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