Set in a semi rural location with open farmland to the front aspect this character back to back semi-detached cottage dates back to the early 1700's. The cottage is not listed and has been much improved and extended over the years. It now provides versatile accommodation which includes features four bedrooms with the principal bedroom and en-suite shower located on the ground floor. There is a living room with feature fireplace and woodburner with a studwork partition leading into a cosy sitting room with another feature fireplace. A spacious kitchen/diner with shaker style units and woodblock effect worktops and ground floor bathroom complete the accommodation. Outside the cottage enjoys a road frontage of 150ft with a gravel drive providing off road parking for several cars and access to a detached garage. To the front of the cottage there is a secluded garden area with terrace which enjoys the afternoon sun. A private pathway which leads to the rear cottage segregates the main garden area from the cottage and a mature secluded garden area which measures around 65ft x 45ft and features mature trees and a large summer house to one corner.
Whilst the cottage enjoys a semi rural location in a country lane with just a few properties it remains within easy reach of local transport links and amenities. Danbury village is less than 2 miles, Great Baddows' Vineyard shopping centre is 1.2 mils and Sandon Park & Ride station is 0.9 miles and provides frequent services into Chelmsford City Centre and Mainline rail station both around 4 miles. A12 (Junction 18) is 0.7 miles from the property and links to A130 and M25.