Nayland, Colchester, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £295,000

End of Terrace House         2 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

A two bedroom, end-terraced, recently refurbished property enjoying an accessible, much sought after location, centrally positioned within the ever popular village of Nayland. Benefits include tandem garaging, ample off street parking, south facing rear aspect and outstanding elevated views.

Contact David Burr Leavenheath on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Recently refurbished end terrace house
  • Bright sitting room with French doors onto balcony
  • Modern kitchen with breakfast bar
  • 2 first-floor bedrooms
  • Modern bathroom
  • Balcony enjoys a south-facing aspect
  • Stunning elevated views to rear
  • Tandem garage with light and power
  • Off-road parking for 3 vehicles
  • Walking distance to village amenities

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Estimated Monthly Rental Income: £850.00

Estimated Yield Income: 3.46%


PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: A two-bedroom end-of-terrace set back from Stoke Road and enjoying a village location within the highly-regarded parish of Nayland. Located on the Suffolk/Essex border and lying within the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property is ideally suited as either a principal residence or additional home/investment property being offered to the market in excellent order having been subject to a comprehensive programme of improvement by the current owners. Works undertaken during the current owners' tenure include a replacement kitchen, two-tone UPVC replacement windows and doors, replacement bathroom suite, replacement individual thermostatic electric radiator system and internal redecoration. Further benefits to the property include a tandem double garage and two bays of private off-street parking providing space for three vehicles.

UPVC-clad security door opening to:

KITCHEN: Fitted with an extensive range of gloss-fronted base and wall units with copper-style handles, wood-effect preparation surfaces over and tiling above. Single sink unit with mixer tap over, window range to side and fitted appliances including an oven with four-ring hob above, extraction over, fridge, freezer and space and plumbing for washing machine/dryer. A peninsula unit provides a seating area for two people with wood-effect flooring throughout, tall storage unit and opening to:

INNER HALL: With window to front, staircase off and panel door to:

SITTING ROOM: Enjoying a southerly aspect with sliding patio door to rear, stripped wood-effect flooring throughout and door to under stair storage recess. Brick fireplace with a mosaic tiled hearth, oak mantle over and direct rear access to:

BALCONY: Enjoying an open seating area, well placed to enjoy the south-facing aspect with views towards the Church of St James.

First floor

LANDING: With hatch to loft, obscured glass window to front and door to linen store housing water cylinder with useful fitted shelving.

BEDROOM 1: With window range to rear affording elevated views across the finally preserved medieval village incorporating the Church of St. James. Floating dressing table.

BEDROOM 2: Ideally suited as a single bedroom or as office/study if so required with window to front affording views across Gravel Hill, fitted shelving.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Fitted with ceramic WC, wash handbasin within a wood-effect base-level unit, bath with tiling above and hand-held shower attachment, obscured glass window to front.

Outside The property is set back from Stoke Road within a terrace of properties understood to have been built on the site of a former garage.

GARAGE: A tandem garage offering excellent scope for conversion into further living accommodation if so required (subject to the necessary planning consents) with single up-and-over door to front, power and light connected and mains water connection point. The property further benefits from two parking bays, one of which is tandem providing allocated off-street parking for three vehicles.

AGENTS NOTE: A neighbouring property enjoys a pedestrian access over the tandem off-street parking bay. Please contact David Burr Leavenheath Ltd for further details.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Electric radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent. TENURE: Freehold


Contact David Burr Leavenheath

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Recently refurbished end terrace house
  • Bright sitting room with French doors onto balcony
  • Modern kitchen with breakfast bar
  • 2 first-floor bedrooms
  • Modern bathroom
  • Balcony enjoys a south-facing aspect
  • Stunning elevated views to rear
  • Tandem garage with light and power
  • Off-road parking for 3 vehicles
  • Walking distance to village amenities

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: A two-bedroom end-of-terrace set back from Stoke Road and enjoying a village location within the highly-regarded parish of Nayland. Located on the Suffolk/Essex border and lying within the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property is ideally suited as either a principal residence or additional home/investment property being offered to the market in excellent order having been subject to a comprehensive programme of improvement by the current owners. Works undertaken during the current owners' tenure include a replacement kitchen, two-tone UPVC replacement windows and doors, replacement bathroom suite, replacement individual thermostatic electric radiator system and internal redecoration. Further benefits to the property include a tandem double garage and two bays of private off-street parking providing space for three vehicles.

UPVC-clad security door opening to:

KITCHEN: Fitted with an extensive range of gloss-fronted base and wall units with copper-style handles, wood-effect preparation surfaces over and tiling above. Single sink unit with mixer tap over, window range to side and fitted appliances including an oven with four-ring hob above, extraction over, fridge, freezer and space and plumbing for washing machine/dryer. A peninsula unit provides a seating area for two people with wood-effect flooring throughout, tall storage unit and opening to:

INNER HALL: With window to front, staircase off and panel door to:

SITTING ROOM: Enjoying a southerly aspect with sliding patio door to rear, stripped wood-effect flooring throughout and door to under stair storage recess. Brick fireplace with a mosaic tiled hearth, oak mantle over and direct rear access to:

BALCONY: Enjoying an open seating area, well placed to enjoy the south-facing aspect with views towards the Church of St James.

First floor

LANDING: With hatch to loft, obscured glass window to front and door to linen store housing water cylinder with useful fitted shelving.

BEDROOM 1: With window range to rear affording elevated views across the finally preserved medieval village incorporating the Church of St. James. Floating dressing table.

BEDROOM 2: Ideally suited as a single bedroom or as office/study if so required with window to front affording views across Gravel Hill, fitted shelving.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Fitted with ceramic WC, wash handbasin within a wood-effect base-level unit, bath with tiling above and hand-held shower attachment, obscured glass window to front.

Outside The property is set back from Stoke Road within a terrace of properties understood to have been built on the site of a former garage.

GARAGE: A tandem garage offering excellent scope for conversion into further living accommodation if so required (subject to the necessary planning consents) with single up-and-over door to front, power and light connected and mains water connection point. The property further benefits from two parking bays, one of which is tandem providing allocated off-street parking for three vehicles.

AGENTS NOTE: A neighbouring property enjoys a pedestrian access over the tandem off-street parking bay. Please contact David Burr Leavenheath Ltd for further details.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Electric radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent. TENURE: Freehold

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