Featuring an interesting pargetted panel.
Exposed timbers. Cloaks hanging area. Electric storage heater. Door to bedroom one and open to
A most impressive and extremely spacious room which is divided into two areas by open studwork.
This room is heavily timbered and features an attractive inglenook fireplace which has a wooden bressummer and a gas stove with a polished copper canopy.
Three radiators. Two wall points. TV point. Stairs to the first floor accommodation. Two secondary double glazed windows to the front aspect. Double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Two radiators. Three wall light points. Oak door to the driveway on the right hand side of the cottage. Double glazed French doors to the garden.Door to kitchen and door to the inner lobby.
Doors leading to bedroom two and cloakroom.
Vanity unit wash basin with mixer tap and tiled splash back. Low level WC. Radiator. Shaver light and point. Extractor fan.
Lit by windows to the side and rear aspects. Radiator. TV point. Double fitted wardrobe cupboard with full-height sliding mirror doors. Adjacent to this is a fully tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower unit.
Lit by secondary double glazed windows to the front and side aspects. Stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap and cupboards below. Adjacent and opposite work surfaces with cupboards and drawers below. Zanussi gas hob with cooker extractor hood above. Neff double oven. Neff integrated fridge and freezer. Five single eye level wall cupboards with lighting below. One double glass fronted cupboard. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Electric storage heater. Full-height broom cupboard. Telephone point. Ceramic tiled splashbacks to work surfaces.
Lit by windows to the front and rear aspects. Wall mounted electric heater. Exposed timbers. One double and one single fitted wardrobe cupboard. Door to en-suite.
Half tiled walls. Vanity unit wash basin with mixer tap. Low level WC. Walk-in bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Inset ceiling light. Electric heated towel rail. Shaver light and point. Wall mounted electric heater. Arched recess with shelving. Secondary double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Wealth of exposed timbers. Secondary double glazed window to the side aspect. Electric storage heater. Hatch to loft space. Open to
Wealth of exposed timbers. Secondary double glazed window to the front aspect. Red brick chimney breast. Double fitted wardrobe cupboard with adjacent shelved storage cupboard. Electric storage heater.
Built-in shelved airing cupboard housing pre-lagged hot water cylinder. Door to
Panel bath with mixer tap. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin with mixer tap. Part tiled walls. Two eaves storage cupboards. Extractor fan. Shaver point. Electric storage heater.
This superbly tended rear garden is well over 100' in length and 60' in width. It is divided into two parts by an established hedge with a central wooden arch providing access to the rear part which backs onto open farmland.
Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a paved patio area which is enclosed by flower beds set in dwarf retaining walls. There is an extensive lawn area with abundantly stocked, shaped rose, flower and shrub borders. Outside lighting. Crazy paved seating area. Various conifers and specimen plants.
The rear part of the garden is predominantly a kitchen garden area with several grassed areas and vegetable beds.
Two wooden garden sheds. Greenhouse. Two pear and an apple tree. Two horse chestnut trees.
Set back from the road and enclosed by an established privet hedge.
Paved pathway leads to the front door. Ornate gravel areas with various inset rose and flower beds. Mature magnolia tree.
On the walls of a number of old houses there may sometimes still be seen the metal plaques or badges erected by insurance companies to signify that the property was insured. Each respective insuring company was identified by its own particular emblem embossed upon the plaque.
Up and over door. Light and power connected. Window and door to the rear garden. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler.
Henham is a very pretty Essex village with a large number of period properties.
As a consequence of this, parts of the village have been designated as conservation areas in order to protect the character.
There is even a volunteer run local shop that is in a thatched building down by the duck ponds.
This popular establishment is located opposite the church on the northern edge of the village.
Henham is renowned for its group of duck ponds that run along the High Street.
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List of nearest schools to this property.
* Distances are straight line measurements.
Henham and Ugley Primary and Nursery School - 0.31 miles
Forest Hall School - 3.41 miles
Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport - 4.21 miles
List of nearest public transport to this property.
* Distances are straight line measurements.
Elsenham Rail Station - 1.36 miles
London Stansted Airport - 3.01 miles
Stansted Airport Coach Station - 3.07 miles
Woolwich Ferry North Pier - 31.19 miles