Bond Residential are delighted to offer for sale this detached family residence situated in the popular village of Howe Street.
The property offers an entrance hall, ground floor cloakroom, lounge, dining room, study and fitted kitchen. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, master bedroom with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Outside the property is situated at the end of the mews with a driveway which provides off road parking and in turn leads to the double garage with twin up & over doors as well as boarded loft space which is accessed via a wooden staircase.
Howe Street is a rural hamlet on the banks of the River Chelmer. It is situated in the parish of Great Waltham and it is 6 miles north of Chelmsford city centre. Howe Street has a Historic Grade II listed 14th-century Freehouse pub believed to be one of the oldest in Essex, known as The Green Man, which is owned by the renowned Michelin star chef brothers Chris and Geoff Galvin. The neighbouring village of Great Waltham offers a selection of local amenities including a post office/convenience store, two local pubs, church and primary school.
Howe Street is conveniently located within access to the A130 and A120 which in turn provides access to the M11. 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, it offers two of the country’s top performing grammar schools, Writtle agricultural college, Anglian Ruskin University and a selection of private schools.