5.00m x 2.57m (16'5 x 8'5)
Double glazed window to front and rear, radiator, wood laminate effect flooring, storage cupboard.
4.09m x 2.18m (13'5 x 7'2)
Double glazed window to front, radiator, wood laminate effect flooring.
2.67m x 2.57m (8'9 x 8'5)
Double glazed window to rear, radiator.
Double glazed window to rear, radiator, access to loft space, stairs leading down to ground floor.
Entrance door, radiator.
Double glazed window to side, radiator, bathroom suite comprising of low level w.c, wash hand basin with mixer tap, tiled floor, tiled to walls, panelled bath with mixer tap and wall mounted shower unit, inset lighting to ceiling.
5.00m x 3.58m (16'5 x 11'9)
Double glazed window to front, radiator, feature fireplace with log burner, through to conservatory.
2.54m x 2.49m (8'4 x 8'2)
Double glazed window to side, sink unit with mixer tap set into work surfaces, four ring hob & extractor hood, built in Bosch oven, space for slimline dishwasher, fitted base and wall mounted units, inset lighting to ceiling, opens to:
6.32m x 3.20m (20'9 x 10'6)
Double doors to rear leading to garden, radiator, space for fridge/freezer.
Driveway providing ample off road parking for numerous vehicles, outside tap, oil tank.
7.32m depth x 2.97m width (24' depth x 9'9 width)
Up and over door to front, power and light connected.
approx 28.04m depth (approx 92' depth)
Backing onto Farmland providing a wonderful open aspect. This impressive garden is mainly lawned with patio area and various shrub and flower borders, access to front via gate, personal door to Garage.
Tolleshunt Major is a small idyllic village approximately five miles north east of Maldon. It forms part of the civil parish of Tolleshunt D'Arcy and is situated on the northern bank of the River Blackwater.
The name Tolleshunt Major (or Mauger as it was previously known), was granted by King Henry VIII to Stephen Beckenham, in 1544. Beckenham bought various landscapes in and around the village and built a semi-fortified manor house with a turreted gatehouse within a red-brick boundary wall. This became known as "Beckingham House". The house was demolished in 1782 and was replaced by a farmhouse. The former gatehouse which formed part of Beckingham Manor, complete with turrets and boundary wall still remain
Tolleshunt Major's only streets are Beckingham Street, Bakers Lane, Mill Lane, Witham Road, Tudwick Road and Tolleshunt D'Arcy Road, all situated within the built up part of the village, which consists of just over one hundred dwellings. (source wikipedia)
The village also has one popular public house The Beckingham Bell and vibrant Parish Church. With the nearest supermarket chains being situated in Tiptree and Heybridge. If you are looking for a rural location then this village should be seriously considered. Call for further village information.
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