1 bedroom terraced house for saleNorman Road, Manningtree, Essex, CO11
- ,CHARMING VICTORIAN COTTAGE
- - SECOND BEDROOM/NURSERY/STUDY
- ,OFF ROAD PARKING SPACE
- ,DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
- ,COURT YARD GARDEN
If you are looking for a charming, cosy cottage in an area of outstanding natural beauty then this may be the place for you!
Norman Road straddles Manningtree and Mistley, is near the town centre from the one end and near the estuary from the other. Manningtree has many attractions, restaurants, supermarkets, pubs, art gallery, beauty care, theatre, etc. Manningtree may be small but it is packed with many amenities a bigger town has to offer.
As you weave up this historic section of the town, you will find this cottage on the corner of Oxford and Norman Roads, just near the delightful reclaimed "Manifest Theatre". Many of the nearby houses are either Victorian or are in keeping with that tradition. The narrow road has a charming feel to it.
Mainly shingle with a cement path and a hedge to one side and shrubs and plants on the other side. It is possible to park a small car here.
The green front door opens into a porch where you can hang your coats and take off your shoes.
And then you are in the living room
11' 10 x 10' (3.61m x 3.05m)
There is an electric fire in a wooden surround with marble hearth. Fitted carpet and stripped wooden doors. Double glazed sash window with cottage panes.
The kitchen is 11'1" by 6'7" (3.37 m x 2.01m)
It is a light room and has base and eye level cupboards, space for a washing machine and under counter fridge. There is a corner cupboard plus under stair storage. The back door leads to a courtyard garden.
The stairs are a classic feat of Victorian ingenuity, making best use of the space available!
The bedroom is 11' 10 x 10' (3.61m x 3.05m)
Double glazed sash window with cottage panes, fitted carpet and built in cupboard.
Bathroom - 7'10" by 6'7" (2.39m x 2.01m).
3 piece white suite, electric shower over bath with shower curtain.
Cot Room / Study
Between the Bedroom and the Bathroom is a further room which could be used as additional storage space, a dressing room, cot room or study. It is carpeted and has a window to the rear of the house.
Outside - Rear
Typical of this area the garden is a courtyard which has attractive plant pots, trellises, etc.
Manningtree railway station is just over a mile from Norman Road. The station is on the InterCity main line to London, and has 3 direct services per hour running to the capital Monday -Saturday daytimes taking about an hour to reach Liverpool Street station. There are also direct links to Colchester, Stratford and Norwich as well as a number of other places.
First Group run the number 103 and 104 bus services between Colchester and Harwich via Manningtree, every half and hour between 08:00 and 18:00. A reduced service is also run between 18:00 and 23:00.
9.5 miles to Colchester Town Centre
11 miles to Ipswich Town Centre
10 miles to Harwich/Dovercourt
52 miles to edge of M25
Manningtree is a town that blends interest and character with practicality. It is a small town, sitting alongside the Stour Estuary so you are never very far from riverside views and long walks. There are many pubs and restaurants, and the high street has a number of small independent shops, ranging from well-packed delicatessens to art shops, as well as the essential day-to-day supermarkets.
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