1.70m x 0.79m (5'7 x 2'7)
Wooden skylight window, storage cupboard, staircase down to ground floor, door to:-
3.99m x 3.00m (13'1 x 9'10)
Double glazed sash dormer window to front, radiator, cast iron feature fireplace, exposed floorboards.
Staircases to second and ground floors, doors to:-
3.99m x 3.00m (13'1 x 9'10)
Wooden sash window to rear, radiator, cast iron feature fireplace, exposed floorboards.
3.91m x 2.90m (12'10 x 9'6)
Two double glazed sash windows to front, radiator, cast iron feature fireplace, exposed floorboards.
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING ROOM:
6.88m x 3.91m (22'7 x 12'10)
Stable door to front with wooden side windows into kitchen area which offers a range of wall and base mounted storage units, wooden work surfaces, inset sink/drainer unit, 4-ring gas hob with extractor over and electric oven below, integrated dishwasher, tiled splash backs, exposed floorboards, space for table & chairs. The Living Area to the rear has a large wooden window overlooking rear garden, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard, feature cast iron fireplace, exposed floorboards, door to:
Access door to rear garden and to:-
Obscure double glazed window to side, heated towel rail, 3 piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin set on vanity storage unit and close coupled wc, part tiled walls, space for washing machine/tumble dryer.
EXTERIOR - REAR GARDEN:
approx 82.30m (approx 270')
This unique rear garden measures approximately 270' and commences with a raised decked seating area leading down to the remainder which has been separated into different areas consisting of further seating areas and further formal gardens with planted beds and tree interspersed.
Driveway providing off road parking for one vehicle.
VILLAGE OF BURNHAM-ON-CROUCH:
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 (at peak times). 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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