Strood House, The Strood, Peldon, Colchester


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  • Bedrooms: 4
PROPERTY The property is approached via a block paved driveway. A storm porch welcomes you into the home and the sitting room from which you are able to access the large cellar which provides useful storage space. The living room benefits from dual aspects and a feature fireplace.

A large dining room adjoins the lounge, and in turn provides access to the kitchen which benefits from integrated induction hob, extractor hood, oven, dishwasher and fridge, there is also a good array of cupboards and drawers. The utility room contains a butler sink, additional cupboard space and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

The ground floor shower room leads off the utility room and contains a shower cubicle, toilet and handbasin.

Ascending the stairs to the first floor, the master bedroom is dual aspect and bedrooms two and three are both good sized doubles with feature fireplaces. Bedroom four is a single.

The family bathroom is comprised of a bath with shower attachment, handbasin (with vanity unit) and toilet. The final room on this floor is currently used as a shower / dressing room and contains a shower cubicle and handbasin.

Ascending the stairs to the second floor, there are two additional rooms currently used for storage as well as a landing area providing further space for storage but could be utilised as a study area.

THE ANNEXE The annexe is comprised of a living room, a kitchen with space for a freestanding oven and fridge and cupboards and drawers for storage. The shower room features a large double shower, heated towel rail, toilet and handbasin.

OUTSIDE The plot size is in excess of 0.5 acres and enjoys views of the stunning Blackwater Estuary.

There is a double garage, parking for a number of vehicles and a large brick-built workshop. The garden contains numerous mature trees and shrubs, and towards the rear of the plot a fruit tree orchard.

SITUATION The property is located on 'The Strood' between the village of Peldon and the ever popular Mersea Island. The island benefits from a number of shops, cafes and bars. There is also a local primary school. Mersea is renowned for its sailing and seafood.

A short drive away is Colchester which has an enviable choice of secondary schooling options including Royal Grammar, Colchester High School, St Marys School for girls.

Colchester also provides all the leisure, recreational and shopping facilities expected of a major regional town. London Liverpool Street Station can be accessed in under one hour from Colchester's mainline station.

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