BRIEF SPECIFICATION AND NOTES
Residence Collection windows and doors. Residence 9 is a window and door system designed to authentically replicate 19th Century timber designs.
Gas fired underfloor heating to all rooms. Each room has individual controls.
Rak 4 dimmer mood lighting to all ground floor rooms.
Humphrey Munson bespoke handcrafted kitchen with granite work surfaces.
Japanese Garden Tea House.
Kitchen appliances include: 4 oven Aga stove, Fisher & Paykel double dish drawer dishwasher, Sub Zero side by side fridge freezer.
Solid oak internal doors and architraves.
Full security alarm.
This home, set behind a Portugese Laurel hedge affords a plot of approximately 0.6 of an acre. The brick driveway provides parking for numerous vehicles. The driveway extends into the garage and also the paths to either side of the house. The rear garden is westerly facing and has been meticulously planted with many varieties of trees and shrubs.
As mentioned the accommodation totals around 4,300 square feet (400 square metres) over two levels. Upon entering the property, you're welcomed with a stunning double height reception room. The focal point is the staircase and mezzanine gallery landing. The staircase, bespoke built in oak and ornate wrought iron and imported from the Czech Republic sweeps around and rises to the first floor. 'Heavy' oak framed full height gallery window to the front. Solid double oak doors lead off the hall to the kitchen and sitting/music room.
Along with the entrance hall, the ground floor accommodation includes a drawing room, formal dining room, sitting & music room, kitchen and family room, orangery, guest bedroom, shower room and a utility room.
Music (17' x 16'2) & Sitting Room (17'10 x 16'3).
Part of this room is designed in a circular orangery style with complete glazing providing copious light and currently houses the owners piano. The sitting area in our opinion could also make an ideal library. Double doors lead to the drawing room.
Drawing Room (22'9 x 16'3)
A wonderful dual aspect room overlooking the gardens with a central chimney breast housing a gas fired 'wood burner'. Double doors to the dining room.
Dining Room (17'1 x 14')
A formal room off of the kitchen and overlooking the gardens. Double doors to kitchen.
Kitchen and Family Dining Area (31' x 16'3)
The hub of this beautiful home is this truly breathtaking room. The kitchen, designed and installed by Hunphrey Munson of Felsted, master cabinet makers dating back to the 1800s. Comprising of contrasting storage units with granite work surfaces complimented by a large island and a fantastic dresser unit. Many high specification appliances and fittings including (but not limited to), a five door total control Aga stove, Fisher & Paykel drawer large dishwasher and a Sub Zero side by side fridge freezer. Split level 'heavy' oak steps lead to the orangery.
Orangery 18'8 x 16'3.
This room has been designed in an orangery style, affords a triple aspect overlooking the gardens. However the feature is the magnificent ceiling lantern radiating light into the room from above. Gas fired 'wood burner'.
Utility Room (10'9 x 7'6)
A fitted utility room with a door to the front and a door to the 'plant' cupboard. This cupboard houses the gas fired heating and hot water boiler, electric consumer unit and lighting system hubs.
Guest Bedroom (13'7 x 13'4)
A dual aspect room with casement doors to the garden. In our opinion this room, the adjacent shower room and utility room could easily be converted to form annexe accommodation if desired.
Shower Room (9'1 x 6'6)
A wet room design with large open shower cubicle and fully tiled.
The staircase from the ground floor leads to the Gallery Mezzanine Landing (17'2 x 14'7). Doors lead to all bedrooms and open plan to Study area (12' x 8'9).
The Master Suite.
The master bedroom is breathtaking in both size and design. Doors from the bedroom (23' x 16'3) lead to the en-suite and also the dressing room. Doors at the rear of the bedroom give access to a covered balcony with 'heavy' oak balustrades and overlooks the gardens. The Dressing Room (17'1>12'5 x 9'6) provides ample space for furniture. Off of the bedroom is the stunning En-Suite (16'2 x 11'5) which includes a five piece suite with a wet room style open ended shower cubicle and oval 'stand alone' bath.
Bedroom (16'3 x 16'3) & En-Suite (13'6 x 8'10)
Luxury bathroom with four piece suite including wet room style shower cubicle.
Bedroom (16'3>13'5 x 16') & En-Suite (13'6 x 7'7)
Overlooking the rear gardens and superb en-suite bathroom with oval 'stand-alone' bath.
Divided into a double (22'2 x 22') and single garage (22' x 11'1). Windows, power and light, water and waste plumbing, personal door to side. Stairs to the first floor loft room (34'7) which is floored and with a dormer window to front and two side windows. In our opinion this room lends itself to the possibility of conversion to a home office or gym.
Westerly Facing Gardens
In one word, impressive. These park like beautifully landscaped gardens afford an abundance of many different varieties of trees and shrubs. Large shaped patio to the immediate rear of the house leads to the extensive lawn and also a further sun terrace with water feature and enclosed by a Yew hedge. Japanese Tea garden house with power. Many trees throughout the garden including a young orchard of different fruits. Overall, most impressive manicured gardens.
The town of Burnham-on-Crouch is situated on the banks of the River Crouch. Historically the town was first a ferry port, subsequently becoming a fishing port known for its oyster beds, and most recently a renowned yachting centre hosting the famous ‘Burnham Week’ at the end of August. The town has a population of little over 7,500, is the principal settlement in the Dengie peninsula and is consequently able to boast many amenities that are uncommon in small towns. These include two primary schools and an academy secondary school, cinema, Burnham yacht harbour/marina, several boatyards, four yacht clubs (including the Royal Corinthian & Royal Burnham), two supermarkets, no less than nine public houses, numerous restaurants and shops. There is a railway station on the Southminster branch line with direct commuter trains into London Liverpool Street. The Burnham-on-Crouch Golf Club, founded in 1923, is situated in Creeksea on the outskirts of Burnham, and enjoys breathtaking views over the Crouch Valley and River Crouch.
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