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This delightful Grade II Listed Cottage is believed to date back to the 1600's with English Heritage describe it as "a C18-C19 plastered front to a C17 timber-framed house with two gables on the front". As you would expect with a listed building there is a wealth of character, with exposed wall and ceiling beams, exposed brickwork walls, feature fireplaces one with a wood burner and exposed wooden floor boards. The current sellers have infused a modern twist in to this charming home with a handmade bespoke country style fitted kitchen with central island and terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating.
The accommodation comprises of two reception rooms both with feature fireplaces, a large kitchen/dining room, study, utility room and a cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a luxury bathroom with a four-piece suite which includes a large walk-in shower.
Externally the property offers off-road parking to the front and a 90ft tapered rear garden with large sandstone patio, substantial lawn, raised flowerbeds in vintage brick and many mature trees and shrubs.
The property is located in the heart of the centre of Great Baddow within walking distance of the 'Vineyards' shopping precinct, local library and doctors surgery is conveniently located within walking distance of Baddow Hall Infant and Junior School as well as local play schools and day nurseries. Both Great Baddow and Sandon High Schools are within a mile of the property and there are local bus stops within 0.1 miles that provide a regular bus service into the City centre and mainline station. Sandon Park & Ride is also easily accessible from the property and provides a quick service in to Chelmsford city centre.
Chelmsford city centre offers a thriving nightlife with a selection of bars and a wide selection of places to eat from independent family restaurants to well known chain restaurants serving cuisines from around the world, Chelmsford features a comprehensive range of shopping facilities with its pedestrianised High Street, two shopping precincts and hugely popular Bond Street with John Lewis store. Chelmsford is extremely popular with leisure enthusiasts with a selection of sports clubs and gyms including the newly refurbished Riverside Ice & Leisure.
Chelmsford is renowned for its educational excellence and alongside the local schools situated within close proximity, it offers two of the country’s top performing grammar schools, Writtle agricultural college and Anglian Ruskin University. Chelmsford's mainline station provides a direct service to London Liverpool St with a journey time as fast as 28 minutes, the property is also conveniently located within 2 miles of the A12 and A130.