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Halstead, Essex (For Sale) Guide Price £300,000

Semi-Detached House        3 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

A delightful listed former Courtauld property enjoying a superb location overlooking the river and within a stone's throw of the town centre offering chamming accommodation that combines fine period detailing and character. Partly walled South facing gardens and permit parking.

Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Charming period property in a superb location
  • Only minutes from the town centre.
  • Attractive period detailing throughout
  • Semi-open plan principal reception room
  • Impressive kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Delightful partly walled South facing gardens
  • Permit parking

2 The Causeway is an absolutely delightful Grade II listed property, believed to have been constructed in 1862 by the Courtauld family and built for the purpose of housing one of the supervisors at the nearby mill. It retains many of its fine period features throughout which include dado rails, deep skirting boards, panelled doors, sash windows and original fireplaces.

The property is entered via an attractive glazed and panelled door which leads directly to the entrance hall which has the original quarry tiling to the floors, stairs rising to the first floor and a large under stairs cupboard and panelled doors leading to the principal reception rooms.

The sitting room has a large sash window to the front which gives views to the town and River Colne and has a delightful cast iron Victorian grate with decoratively tiled surround and carved wooden mantle and there is solid oak flooring and the room opens directly to the dining room which has a recessed fire with carved wooden surround flanked by bookcases on both sides.

There is an opening to the rear and a door which leads to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room which forms the heart of the house and is fitted in a cottage style with painted units, granite work surfaces, handmade wooden drawers and a large Belfast sink. An inset Range cooker with extractor hood above, slate floor tiles and a stable door giving access to the rear garden.

The first floor is equally charming and retains many of its period features and the principal bedroom is situated to the front elevation of the property and has a large sash window giving fine views to the town and River Colne. There are exposed floorboards, deep moulded skirting boards, an original cast iron fire with cast iron and wood surround and a panelled pine door giving access to a large storage cupboard with window.

The two remaining bedrooms are situated to the rear of the property and both have large sash windows and give views to the rear garden. The bathroom is fitted in a period style in keeping with the property and has an enamel bath with shower above, shower screen and tiled surround, matching white 'Heritage' suite, attractive panelling to dado height and wood effect flooring.

The property is approached via an attractive wrought iron gate which gives way to a tiled path giving access to the front door which is covered by an impressive portico. There is mellow brick walling to the front elevation behind which are low maintenance slate bed areas.

The rear gardens are an absolute delight and benefit from a Southerly aspect enabling them to take advantage of the afternoon and evening sun. They benefit from a delightful mellow red brick wall to the rear elevation adjacent to which are large expanses of lawn and densely stocked shrub borders. The stable door from the kitchen leads to an attractive paved entertaining terrace adjacent to which is an ornate brick path and raised sleeper bed. Rear and side access is afforded via a gate to the front and there is an area of astro turf with picket fencing making an ideal children's play area. There is a large storage shed to the rear.

ENTRANCE HALL

SITTING/DINING ROOM 24' 1" x 10' 9" (7.35m x 3.30m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 3" x 11' 9" (4.65m x 3.60m)

BATHROOM 9' 4" x 5' 4" (2.85m x 1.65m)

FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM 1 13' 9" x 10' 11" (4.20m x 3.35m)

BEDROOM 2 12' 11" x 8' 4" (3.95m x 2.55m)

BEDROOM 3 9' 3" x 8' 2" (2.82m x 2.50m)


Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Charming period property in a superb location
  • Only minutes from the town centre.
  • Attractive period detailing throughout
  • Semi-open plan principal reception room
  • Impressive kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Delightful partly walled South facing gardens
  • Permit parking

2 The Causeway is an absolutely delightful Grade II listed property, believed to have been constructed in 1862 by the Courtauld family and built for the purpose of housing one of the supervisors at the nearby mill. It retains many of its fine period features throughout which include dado rails, deep skirting boards, panelled doors, sash windows and original fireplaces.

The property is entered via an attractive glazed and panelled door which leads directly to the entrance hall which has the original quarry tiling to the floors, stairs rising to the first floor and a large under stairs cupboard and panelled doors leading to the principal reception rooms.

The sitting room has a large sash window to the front which gives views to the town and River Colne and has a delightful cast iron Victorian grate with decoratively tiled surround and carved wooden mantle and there is solid oak flooring and the room opens directly to the dining room which has a recessed fire with carved wooden surround flanked by bookcases on both sides.

There is an opening to the rear and a door which leads to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room which forms the heart of the house and is fitted in a cottage style with painted units, granite work surfaces, handmade wooden drawers and a large Belfast sink. An inset Range cooker with extractor hood above, slate floor tiles and a stable door giving access to the rear garden.

The first floor is equally charming and retains many of its period features and the principal bedroom is situated to the front elevation of the property and has a large sash window giving fine views to the town and River Colne. There are exposed floorboards, deep moulded skirting boards, an original cast iron fire with cast iron and wood surround and a panelled pine door giving access to a large storage cupboard with window.

The two remaining bedrooms are situated to the rear of the property and both have large sash windows and give views to the rear garden. The bathroom is fitted in a period style in keeping with the property and has an enamel bath with shower above, shower screen and tiled surround, matching white 'Heritage' suite, attractive panelling to dado height and wood effect flooring.

The property is approached via an attractive wrought iron gate which gives way to a tiled path giving access to the front door which is covered by an impressive portico. There is mellow brick walling to the front elevation behind which are low maintenance slate bed areas.

The rear gardens are an absolute delight and benefit from a Southerly aspect enabling them to take advantage of the afternoon and evening sun. They benefit from a delightful mellow red brick wall to the rear elevation adjacent to which are large expanses of lawn and densely stocked shrub borders. The stable door from the kitchen leads to an attractive paved entertaining terrace adjacent to which is an ornate brick path and raised sleeper bed. Rear and side access is afforded via a gate to the front and there is an area of astro turf with picket fencing making an ideal children's play area. There is a large storage shed to the rear.

ENTRANCE HALL

SITTING/DINING ROOM 24' 1" x 10' 9" (7.35m x 3.30m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 3" x 11' 9" (4.65m x 3.60m)

BATHROOM 9' 4" x 5' 4" (2.85m x 1.65m)

FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM 1 13' 9" x 10' 11" (4.20m x 3.35m)

BEDROOM 2 12' 11" x 8' 4" (3.95m x 2.55m)

BEDROOM 3 9' 3" x 8' 2" (2.82m x 2.50m)

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Property Location

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


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