The Paddocks, Great Totham
| £400,000


FOR SALE WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN! LOCATED IN THE CORNER OF A PLEASANT CUL DE SAC is this FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED HOME. Within reach of the highly regarded GREAT TOTHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL! Accommodation includes FOUR BEDROOMS and a SHOWER ROOM to the First Floor with a further SHOWER ROOM on the Ground Floor. The remainder of the Ground Floor features KITCHEN, CLOAKROOM and DINING ROOM (converted from Garage) with the LOUNGE with recently fitted feature log burner overlooking the well maintained REAR GARDEN. Ample PARKING is provided on the DRIVEWAY. Energy Efficiency Rating: E.

Bedroom 1

4.01m x 3.10m (13'2" x 10'2")

Double glazed window to rear, radiator, coved to ceiling.

Bedroom 2

3.86m x 2.64m (12'8 x 8'8)

Double glazed window to front, radiator, wood effect flooring.

Bedroom 3

3.10m x 2.67m (10'2 x 8'9)

Double glazed window to rear, radiator, coved to ceiling.

Bedroom 4

2.74m x 2.59m (9' x 8'6")

Double glazed window to front, radiator.

Shower Room

2.08m x 1.68m (6'10 x 5'6)

Obscure double glazed window to side, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, wall mounted shower and tiled double enclosure, heated towel rail, revolving mirrored shelving unit, extractor fan.

Landing

Half height window to side, return stair case down to:

Entrance Hall

Wood effect flooring, engineered oak flooring door to under stairs cupboard housing boiler, part double glazed Entrance door, radiator, doors to further accommodation and glazed door into:

Dining Room (converted from Garage)

5.31m max x 2.41m (17'5" max x 7'11")

Double glazed bow window to front, range of storage units, Utility cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine, wood effect flooring.

Lounge

5.84 x 4.01>3.61 (19'2" x 13'2">11'10")

Double glazed sliding door to rear ,engineered oak flooring flooring, radiator, feature fireplace and surround, television point.

Ground Floor Shower Room

2.21m x 0.99m (7'3 x 3'3)

Obscure double glazed window to front, tiled shower. low level WC, radiator, storage cupboard, tiled floor.

Kitchen

4.83 x 2.06 (15'10" x 6'9")

Double glazed door to side, double glazed window to front, range of storage units, tiled flooring, four ring electric hob, part tiled to walls, under shelf lighting, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink drainer unit with mixer tap, space for fridge/freezer, space for dishwasher.

Rear Garden

Pathway to side leading to frontage, further gated storage area to other side, decked seating rear, lawned area with plumb slate path leading to timber shed. Planting boarders. storage area to side.

Frontage

Block paved entrance to drive and block paved step to Entrance, remainder of the driveway in mainly shingle with access to Garden and Gas bottle storage area.

Agents notes

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 him/herself 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.

The boiler has been replaced and cavity wall insulated since the Energy Performance Certificate was commissioned.

Great Totham

South of the village of Great Totham has St Peter's church which dates back to the Norman times. There is also the Barn Chapel, with its thatched roof. This became a chapel back in 1822 when Mr Isaac Foster donated the barn to be a place of worship for non-conformists.

Great Totham village school celebrated its centenary in 1977, but by that time the Victorian building, though still in existence, had been replaced by a larger modern school situated on a different site. There is also a Grade II listed building known as the Hollywood School, this is a church school which was founded by the Hollywood family of Marks Hall, Coggeshall in the mid 19th century, who had inherited the manor of Great Totham. This is still in use as the church hall.

In the North of Great Totham there is a United Reformed church dating back from 1871, This has been recently refurbished and used not only for services but for many other activities such as the pre-school playgroup. Just around the corner adjoining the small village green, is the Compasses public house which dates back to the late 17th century.

According to the old maps, before the time of the enclosures, the outskirts of Great Totham North were part of Tiptree Heath, which was then well known as a haunt of smugglers, this being celebrated in the name of a house in Mountains Road called Spirits Hall. The 'mountain' in question is Beacon Hill which at 83 metres is one of the highest points in the county and probably the original place of settlement, giving the name Totham. This possibly derived from the Saxon, meaning look out or hill top dwelling.

The Prince of Wales Pub in Totham South was completely gutted by fire in 1990, so many historic features have been lost for ever, but it has been rebuilt and reopened, the first pint pulled by Ted Newton, who was born over 80 years ago.

Great Totham has changed a great deal over the centuries, some of the crafts and trades having died out or been brought up to date. There are no longer any walking-stick makers, bric

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