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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Stoney Lane, Thaxted, Dunmow, Essex, CM6

Guide Price £330,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade I Listed Townhouse
  • Centrally located in market town for amenities
  • Period charm and historic character
  • Gas central heating
  • Rear Courtyard
  • Ideal weekend retreat for commuters

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Grade I Listed timber framed townhouse situated in the heart of the pretty market town of Thaxted.


Thaxted is an attractive medieval market town with buildings of significant historic interest including the Guildhall and magnificent Parish Church. The town enjoys excellent amenities including post office, medical centre, public houses, restaurants, hotel, and windmill, a wealth of historic buildings, garage, recreation ground and its own weekly market. Thaxted is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is convenient for commuters with access to the M11. On the outskirts of Bishop's Stortford to the south and with the mainline railway stations at Elsenham (7 miles to the west) and Audley End and Bishop's Stortford providing commuter services to London Liverpool Street Station


There is evidence that this wonderful period townhouse was once at the heart of the cutlery trade that made Thaxted's prosperity during the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries. Situated on four floors, the property has a wealth of original features, including numerous exposed beams, floorboards, fireplaces, doors yet offering good sized accommodation with 3 double bedrooms, a large bathroom and fabulous kitchen, with gas central heating. The property sits right in the centre of the town and retains all the character you could possibly want.

On entering the property you step into the living room with exposed floorboards, open fireplace, and an attractive window seat. This leads to the sitting room featuring exposed floorboards, sealed off fireplace, built-in storage cupboard and a radiator. Completing the ground floor is the study/rear reception, with tiled floor, radiator, worktops, storage cupboards, concealed gas-fired boiler and a door to the rear courtyard.

The dining area is situated on the lower ground floor with a door to the front elevation, flint walls, radiator and leads in turn to the kitchen. The kitchen features an excellent range of bespoke base units providing ample storage, granite worktops, built-in dishwasher, washing machine and fridge, stainless steel recessed sink and flint walls.

To the first floor is Bedroom 1 featuring exposed floorboards, a radiator and a large walk-in wardrobe. The family bathroom is an impressive room with central freestanding roll top bath, Victorian style cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and wooden surround, airing cupboard, radiator. To the second floor is Bedroom 2, a magnificent room with vaulted ceiling, King post, two radiators. Completing the accommodation is Bedroom 3, with a Victorian cast iron fireplace, exposed floorboards, radiator, vaulted ceiling, and a range of wardrobes.
To the outside, the property has a rear courtyard, which is south facing, and there is gated access. Parking can be found close by but is not allocated.

Square Footage: 1,325 sq ft

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Added on Rightmove:
06 October 2017


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