3 bedroom detached bungalow for salePoint Clear Road, St. Osyth, CO16 8JA
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General information A beautifully decorated detached village bungalow with equestrian facilities. The property sits on a plot measuring 1.3 acres (STLS) and has been extensively modified to accommodate equestrian use whilst the property has undergone extensive modernisation to a high standard and must be viewed to be appreciated. The property also has the benefit of outbuildings offering flexible use.
The accommodation begins with an entrance hall with airing cupboard and doors to the living room, kitchen/breakfast, utility room and two of the bedrooms. The living room is a beautifully presented living space which has been recently decorated and is a bright and open space with window to the side and bay window to the front and is open aspect to the dining room which has a stylish stove, window to the side and French doors opening to the conservatory. The kitchen/breakfast room is open plan to the conservatory and has a door to the master bedroom. The kitchen is fitted with a range of built in cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over including an inset sink with drainer and spaces for a range of appliances. The conservatory is a large addition and has a great outlook with windows and French doors overlooking and leading onto the rear garden. From the conservatory there is a door leading to the study/playroom with French doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden. The utility room is an internal room and has work surfaces over with spaces and plumbing below for a range of appliances.
There are three double bedrooms the largest master bedroom is a large double with window to the side and has a beautifully appointed and recently fitted en-suite which comprises a low level WC, wash hand basin and a large shower cubicle. The en-suite has a heated towel rail, obscure window to the side and attractive grey tiled walls. The second and third bedrooms are good size doubles with windows to the front and the largest bedroom has the benefit of built in wardrobes with sliding doors. The family bathroom has been exquisitely fitted out with a beautiful suite including a roll top freestanding ball and claw bath, low level WC, wash hand basin set in a vanity storage cupboard and a large double shower cubicle. The room is has attractive grey tiled walls, a heated towel rail and obscure window to the side.
Living room 20' 1" x 11' 1" (6.12m x 3.38m)
Dining room 13' 5" x 9' 1" (4.09m x 2.77m)
Kitchen/breakfast room 13' 5" x 10' 5" plus 9' 5" x 5' 9" (4.09m x 3.18m)
Conservatory 21' 6" x 12' (6.55m x 3.66m)
Study 13' 9" x 7' 6" (4.19m x 2.29m)
Bedroom one 14' 1" x 13' 5" (4.29m x 4.09m)
En-suite 13' 8" x 3' 11" (4.17m x 1.19m)
Bedroom two 10' 11" x 10' 9" (3.33m x 3.28m)
Bedroom three 10' 9" x 8' 10" (3.28m x 2.69m)
Bathroom 9' x 7' 6" (2.74m x 2.29m)
The outside The property sits on a generous plot measuring 1.3 acres (STLS) which has been extensively modified by the current owners to accommodated equine facilities. Beginning with a large shingle driveway which allows generous off road parking and ample room to turn round trailers and horse boxes. The driveway has a timber gate to the side to gain access to the rear garden. To the front of the garden is a raised lawn enclosed by railway sleepers and at its centre is an established willow tree.
The rear garden begins with a large paved patio and continues majority laid to lawn stretching down to the enclosed pens and paddocks to the rear. The garden is enclosed by timber fencing and hedges in parts. The single garage has been converted to a room with power light windows and an entrance door all powered up and was previously utilised as a dog grooming parlour. The first pen has behind it with access through the second of the outbuildings. The second outbuilding is generous in size and could easily offer much potential subject to planning as a self contained annex or offices the choice is yours. Opposite the outbuilding are the two 12" by 12" stables and behind them is a hay barn and tack room. The remaining grounds to the rear of the property are divided up between paddocks and a recently installed ménage. To the rear of the property is gated access ideal for bringing large supplies through i.e. hay.
Where? The property is located on Point Clear Road, not far from the centre of this historic village, with its local amenities, including public houses, restaurants, butchers and hardware shop. The village itself is renowned for its historic medieval abbey, a Grade I Listed building, and there is also a prominent village church dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. The seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea is approximately five miles distant with its comprehensive range of shopping and recreational amenities, main line railway station and Clacton pier. Colchester itself is within approximately 12 miles with its further excellent range of amenities, restaurants, wine bars and Mercury Theatre.
Important information Council Tax Band - E
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - D
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