Braeburn Road, Great Horkesley, Colchester


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  • Bedrooms: 4
PROPERTY The property is set back from the road behind railings enclosing the front garden and an attractive storm porch welcomes you into the home.

The dining room is dual aspect, benefiting from attractive oak flooring and a useful cupboard for storage of coats and shoes.

The well-proportioned lounge also benefits from a cupboard (providing additional storage), and in turn leads through to the kitchen (featuring Spanish Porcelain floor tiles).

The kitchen appliances include integrated double oven, electric hob extractor hood and fridge freezer. There is also space and plumbing for a free-standing washing machine and free-standing dishwasher. There is a good array of cupboards and drawers for storage and French doors lead to the decked patio and garden beyond.

The cloakroom completes the ground floor, and is comprised of a toilet and hand basin.

Ascending the stairs, the master bedroom, which (to the front of the property), contains a built-in wardrobe. The accompanying en-suite shower room features a double shower, toilet, handbasin and heated towel rail.

There are two other double bedrooms, one to the front (with built in wardrobe), that is currently used as a work from home office, and one to the rear of the property. The fourth single bedroom is to the rear.

The family bathroom completes the internal accommodation and is comprised of a bath with shower on slider rail, shower screen, toilet and hand basin.

OUTSIDE To the side of the property there is both a single garage (with side door to the rear accessing the garden) and off-road parking for at least two vehicles.

There is gated side access to the enclosed rear garden, a decked patio area adjacent to the French doors (leading from the kitchen), and also a summer house.

The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn, with mature beds and borders. The oil boiler is also located in the garden, with the oil tank itself screened from view.

SITUATION Great Horkesley is a popular village on the outskirts of Colchester. There is local shop / post office and public house. The village primary school was rated 'good' at the most recent Ofsted report.

A short drive away is Colchester with its mainline inter-city service to London Liverpool Street.

Colchester benefits from all the recreational, shopping and leisure facilities expected of a major regional town, and boasts a range of high achieving secondary schools including both independent and grammar establishments.

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Nicholas Percival - Colchester (Sales)

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