Entrance door, radiator, storage cupboard, stairs to first floor.
Low level wc, hand basin, radiator, double glazed window.
8.41m x 3.48m (27'7 x 11'5)
This room has been extended with a pitched roof, the room has duel aspect double glazed window, radiators, open fire place with surround, double glazed patio doors leading to the garden.
3.18m x 2.77m (10'5 x 9'1)
Double glazed window, radiator.
4.83m x 2.62m (15'10 x 8'7)
A range of wall and base units, work top surfaces, stainless steel sink, integrated gas hob, integrated double oven, integrated dish washer, space for washing machine, breakfast bar, double glazed window, double glazed door leading to the garden.
Airing cupboard, stairs to second floor.
3.81m x 3.73m (12'6 x 12'3)
Overlooking the front aspect, the room benefits from fitted wardrobes and storage, double glazed window, radiator and access to the en suite.
Shower cubicle with shower unit, low level wc, was basin, radiator, double glazed window.
2.62m x 2.49m (8'7 x 8'2)
Double glazed window with front aspect, radiator.
2.97m x 2.16m (9'9 x 7'1)
Double glazed window with rear aspect, radiator.
2.29m x 2.06m (7'6 x 6'9)
Currently used as the Study, double glazed window with front aspect, radiator.
Panelled bath with shower unit over, shower screen, low level wc, wash basin with vanity storage, heated towel rail, double glazed window.
4.14m x 3.53m (13'7 x 11'7)
This room enjoys fantastic views over the marina and out towards the river, double glazed window, radiator.
4.19m x 3.02m max (13'9 x 9'11 max)
Double glazed window with marina views, fitted storage cupboards, radiator.
Un overlooked and southerly facing landscaped garden with a range of flower beds and trees, raised decking area with pergola, pathway, gated side access, access to double garage.
5.18m x 5.03m (17' x 16'6)
Electric roller door, power and lighting.
Block paved driveway providing parking for 2/3 cars.
Heybridge Basin is located at the end of the 13 mile Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation and contains the sea lock which joins the canal to the Blackwater estuary. The basin was dug out of the marsh to enable sea going vessels to enter the canal and unload their cargoes onto the barges for transportation inland to Chelmsford. The navigation was completed in 1796 and commericial traffic traffic to Chelmsford by canal ceased in 1972. The canal has found a new use by leisure craft and the Basin is a favourite location for visitors and walkers, as well as being a safe haven for dozens of craft of all types and sizes.
From the sea walls at Heybridge Basin you can take in the splendid views of the Blackwater estuary and Osea Island, and you may even see an historic Thames Barge on a cruise out from Maldon. From here you can walk the sea wall path to Maldon, or in the opposite direction, to Goldhanger and beyond. You can also walk the canal towpath to Heybridge or Beeleigh Falls and the acient hamlet of Beeleigh.
There are two pubs at Heybridge Basin, so if you prefer the less active option, you can sit and relax with a drink and a meal and watch the activity of this popular marine centre. Check out the reviews on Trip Advisor for the Jolly Sailor and the Old Ship. At high tide, boats leave the safety of the Basin through the huge lock gates and enter the estuary. There is also a tea room run by the famous Tiptree Preserve company where you can get a cup of tea or coffee and a cake, sandwich or meal. Ice cream is also available from the kiosk.
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