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Guide Price £315,000

3 bed semi-detached house for sale in High Street, Great Oakley, Harwich (ref: 479247)

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Key Features

  • Delightful three bedroom period cottage
  • Brand new wood effect composite double glazing
  • Large L-shaped Conservatory overlooking the rear garden
  • Ground Floor Bathroom
  • Well-proportioned enclosed rear garden
  • Character rich including an imposing Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams
  • Accommodation arranged over three floors
  • 4.1 Miles To Thorpe-le-Soken Train Station with regular links to London Liverpool Street
  • Conveniently located for Harwich International Port and the A120 (A12)
GUIDE PRICE 315,000 to 320,000. A charming red brick cottage packed full of charachter found within the conservation area of Great Oakley High Street.

LOCATION

Situated within the welcoming village of Great Oakley, this delightful three-bedroom cottage is filled with charm and character.

The village of Great Oakley is surrounded by undulating Essex Countryside with a wealth of Grade II listed and period cottages protected by conservation area at its heart.

There is a community run village pub, a local convenience store, a beautiful 15th century church and an excellent primary school, all within walking distance.



Period Charm

Dating back to the 18th century, this charming redbrick cottage has plenty of kerb appeal and period features such as exposed beams, flagstone floors and an imposing inglenook fireplace are found throughout the accommodation arranged over three storeys.

At the rear of the cottage is a modern addition of a well-proportioned conservatory that leads out onto the rear garden.

Across the road there is an off-road parking area and the property is set behind a red brick wall where traditional iron gates lead you to the front door.


ACCOMMODATION

A hallway with plenty of useful hanging space leads down to the kitchen which sits at the heart of the cottage and is fitted with shaker styled units beneath a wooden work surface standing on a terracotta tiled floor.

The character rich living room is found to the front of the property which still has the original flagstone flooring and you simply cannot miss the enormous inglenook fireplace, which has an oak bressummer beam above and a wood-burner set within.

Beyond the kitchen to the rear, a door leads
into a small lobby where you will find the washing machine tucked away before you reach the main bathroom.

This spacious bathroom has a pedestal bath and shower over alongside the usual utilities you would expect to find here.

At the back of the house is a L-shaped conservatory which was added back in 2006 and provides the cottage with a dining area, a place to entertain or simply a place to sit and enjoy the rear garden.


Upstairs, three bedrooms are spread across two further floors. On the top floor there is a spacious double. On the first floor lie the other two bedrooms and the current owners have opened one into the other to create a dressing area which is easily revertible if required.


The full list of accommodation with approximate room sizes is as follows:


GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall

Approached through a panelled entrance door with exposed beams to the ceiling.


Kitchen 5.38m x 2.56m

A country styled kitchen with shaker fronted cupboards and drawers beneath a wood work surface. There is a 1.5bowl sink sat behind and internal window and space for a cooker with an extractor hood over. You will also find a pantry cupboard, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a low level and full height fridge / freezer. Terracotta tiled flooring, exposed beams and red brick elevations.


Living Room 4.62m x 3.15m

Large red brick inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove. Wood mantle and block paved hearth. Double glazed window to the front elevation, half wood panelled walls, exposed beams to the ceiling and original flagstone flooring.


Lobby

Connecting the Kitchen to the conservatory and bathroom.


Bathroom 1.91m x 2.44m

Pedestal roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachments, pedestal hand wash basin, WC, extractor fan, tiled flooring and half tiled walls. Opaque eye level window to the rear elevation.


Conservatory L-shaped 5.22m > 2.67m x 2.51m < 5.45m

Vaulted conservatory roof, wood laminate flooring and French doors leading out into the garden.


FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Carpeted with exposed beams to the walls and ceiling.


First Bedroom 2.34m x 4.33m

Exposed red brick wall, uPVC window to the rear and exposed beams to the walls and ceiling.


Second Bedroom 2.24m x 3.00m

Exposed beams to the ceiling and to the walls with a uPVC window to the front elevation.


SECOND FLOOR

Second Floor Bedroom 3.69m x 4.37m

Stripped wood flooring, access to the loft and a uPVC dormer window to the front elevation.



REAR GARDEN

The rear garden is approximately 52' (16.1m) in depth and it commences with a paved patio area with timber sleepers retaining the raised lawn.

Stamp Duty Due

Based on a sale price of £315,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

*

Last updated: The calculator has been updated following the end of the stamp duty holiday on 1st October 2021.

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.

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  • Reference: 479247

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