Price Range £550,000 - £600,000
Could This 17th Century Former Pair of Tide Cottages Have Any More Style Character And Charm? Combine the beautiful village location gorgeous original features and luxurious modern touches and you have a truly unique family home.
Step into the welcoming hall and you’ll fall in love with the charming features of this building that dates back to 1610. The hall opens to a cosy lounge and dining room both with open fireplaces and exposed beams.
The ground floor has been thoughtfully extended in keeping with the historic building. It’s transformed the ground floor space into something that now fits perfectly with our modern lives.
The hub of the home will now be the spacious dining kitchen.
Combining the best of old and new the traditional country theme is maintained with the exposed beams Belfast sink and range-style cooker.
These elements work beautifully with the modern recessed lighting and exposed brickwork.
The once small functional kitchen is now much more in tune with how we live today. Relaxing cooking and dining together.
There’s also a stylish tiled bathroom with a walk-in shower and a study with stairs up to the first floor.
The character and charm continues to the first floor. Here you’ll find four bedrooms - two good doubles and two singles.
The fourth bedroom may be the smallest but that’s because it has access to a further gorgeous shower room and stairs up to the converted attic room.
The attic would make an ideal home office studio or teenagers games room.
The layout of the 4th bedroom with it’s shower and attic access does lend itself to a home within a home. Perfect if you have older kids who want their space & independence.
The outside space is pretty impressive too. There’s a substantial mature rear garden that will be perfect for summer entertaining. To the front there's parking on the drive and a detached garage.
Head down to the bottom of the garden and you’ll find a lovely summerhouse. It's that‘s the perfect place to unwind with a glass of something chilled at the end of a long day.
The good news is that it’s gorgeous. The bad news is that you’ll need to negotiate the summerhouse separately.
Latchingdon is a lovely quiet village and only 15 minutes drive from Maldon or half an hour to Chelmsford.
But the village has everything for your day-to-day needs. There are two supermarkets a chinese takeaway and the essential Red Lion village pub. All are just a short walk away.
If you have younger children the Ofsted rated ‘Good’ primary school is only five minutes walk down Burnham Road.
The location is ideal for those who want to enjoy a peaceful country lifestyle but still stay well connected to the City for work or pleasure.
Regular Anglia trains from nearby North Fambridge (less than 10 drive minutes away) get you to Liverpool Street in less than an hour.
For those needing reliable online connections - despite the rural location the area enjoys Superfast broadband connectivity
This house offers an effortless combination of old and new in a lovely village location. We know this historic family home is going to get a lot of interest from discerning buyers.
Make sure you don’t miss out by calling today to arrange a viewing.