An opportunity to acquire a charming detached cottage with many period features located in this favoured village setting and offered for sale with no onward chain. The cottage is believed to date back to the 1700's and was extended in the 1970's and now provides accommodation which begins from a spacious reception hall, cloakroom, a generous reception room with bay window and feature working fireplace with grate, kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances and separate utility room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, bedroom one offers an en-suite shower whilst bedroom two provides a dressing room, there is also a family bathroom with white suite. Externally the cottage enjoys a significant road frontage which is in excess of 100ft and the overall plot extends to approximately 0.21 acres. There is a shingle driveway providing parking for several cars and access to the former double garage which whilst retaining the twin entrance doors has been adapted with studwork partitions to provide workshop and storage space as well as a hobby room. The garden itself is established and features well stocked beds and borders as well as a kitchen garden area and patio seating areas. There is also a small summer house and greenhouse to the rear of the main lawned garden.
Little Baddow is an elevated and highly desirable village situated between Danbury to the south and the Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation Canal to the north. Little Baddow & Danbury are famous for their National Trust and Essex Wildlife Trust Protected woodlands and are a haven for ramblers, dog walkers, runners and cyclists with many areas of outstanding beauty. The renowned Elm Green Preparatory and Heathcote Schools in Little Baddow and Danbury respectively are also within easy reach. State schools include Danbury Park Community School and St Johns C of E primary school. The neighbouring village of Danbury offers a range of local facilities which include a local co-op supermarket, public houses and a parish church. For the commuter, the city of Chelmsford and village of Hatfield Peverel both offer mainline rail stations with links to London and lie approximately 6 miles to the west and north of Little Baddow. Chelmsford city centre offer a vibrant shopping centre as well as an extensive range of recreational and leisure facilities with additional state and private schooling available.