3 bedroom detached house for saleBlack Boy Lane, Wrabness
General information This modern family home is situated in a no through lane that leads to the River Stour and is centrally positioned within the village of Wrabness within close proximity of the local community store/bar and railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street. There is also an active village hall, All Saints Church which dates from the Norman period and RSPB nature reserve which is an ancient woodland offering woodland and river walks located along the banks of the Stour Estuary which abounds with wildlife, particularly birds as the salt marshes and mudflats are home to the Avocet, ringed Plover and Redshank. Nearby Wrabness beach is renowned for fossil hunting and private beach lodges. Wrabness is also the home of Julie's House, an amazing building designed by the Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry.
The property has been modernised by the current owner and benefits from double glazing, 2 reception rooms, kitchen breakfast room and a rear garden of approximately 126 ft in depth that backs on to open farmland.
On entering the property the hallway provides access to the sitting room and cloakroom with stairs leading to the first floor and opens in to the dining room. A bi-fold door leads to the cloakroom which has a low level wc, wash hand basin and window to side. The sitting room has oak flooring and an open fireplace with decorative mantle surround, double doors lead to the rear garden and patio area with further window to the front elevation. The dining room also has a window to the front elevation and further quarter paned door to the kitchen which has a range of base units with granite worktops, inset sink unit with mixer tap and space and plumbing for a water softener, integrated Siemens appliances including double oven with integral microwave and grill, dishwasher, five ring induction hob with extractor hood over, porcelain tiled floor, space for American style fridge freezer and integrated washing machine. There is also a breakfast bar situated at the far end of the room with glass roof over flooding the area with natural light with additional down lighting to the ceiling, integral cupboard housing the oil fired combination boiler and under stairs storage cupboard. The first floor landing has an integral storage cupboard and provides access to the three double bedrooms and family bathroom with bedrooms one and two both being situated to the front of the property whilst bedroom three is located to the rear. The family bathroom has a double ended bath with mixer taps and shower attachment with granite composite surround, corner shower cubicle with Travertine tiles, circular basin with mixer taps, low level wc and window to the rear.
Cloakroom 6' 3" x 2' 10" (1.91m x 0.86m)
Sitting room 21' 8" x 10' 3" (6.6m x 3.12m)
Dining hall 14' 4" x 10' 9" (4.37m x 3.28m)
Kitchen/breakfast room 20' 6" x 10' 10" (6.25m x 3.3m)
First floor landing
Bedroom one 10' 3" x 11' 7" (3.12m x 3.53m)
Bedroom two 14' 6" x 7' 10" (4.42m x 2.39m)
Bedroom three 10' 3" x 9' 7" (3.12m x 2.92m)
Bathroom 7' 11" x 6' 5" (2.41m x 1.96m)
The outside The front of the property has a block paved parking area for several cars with mature border to one side. Gated access on both sides lead to the rear garden which is approximately 126ft in depth and is predominately laid to lawn with patio area and mature flower and shrub borders, fruit and ornamental trees and large shed to remain.
Where? The property is situated in the popular and pleasant village of Wrabness which is equidistant of both Manningtree and Harwich with the village itself having the advantage of its own railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street. There is also an active village hall and community store and bar, All Saints Church which dates from the Norman period and RSPB nature reserve which is an ancient woodland offering woodland and river walks located along the banks of the Stour Estuary which abounds with wildlife, particularly birds as the salt marshes and mudflats are home to the Avocet, ringed Plover and Redshank. Nearby Wrabness beach is renowned for fossil hunting and private beach lodges. Wrabness is also the home of Julie's House, an amazing building designed by the Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry.
Important information Council Tax Band - tbc
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - E
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