Tenpenny Hill, Thorrington, Colchester


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A storm porch opens to the large entrance hallway, with storage cupboard for shoes and coats. The study (additional fourth bedroom) to the front of the property benefits from built in storage space.

The large dining room provides access to the adjacent sitting room (with open fire and views of the rear garden) and via patio doors the rear garden beyond.

The kitchen is equipped with an integrated electronic hob and double oven. There is also space for a freestanding fridge / freezer as well as space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is a good array of cupboards and drawers for storage.

The garden room (providing additional entertaining / dining space) leads from the kitchen and provides a lovely view of the garden beyond, which can be accessed via patio doors.

The utility room contains the gas boiler, sink and work station as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine. Adjacent to the utility room is a cloakroom with toilet, and a door from the hallway provides access to the garage with electronic up and over door.

The shower room completes the ground floor and is comprised a shower cubicle, toilet, and handbasin set within a vanity unit.

Ascending the stairs to the first floor, the master bedroom (to the rear) benefits from a built-in wardrobe and the accompanying en-suite bathroom contains a bath, handbasin, bidet and toilet.

Bedroom two (also to the rear) is a double with handbasin set within a vanity unit. Bedroom three is a double to the front and the family bathroom comprised of bath, shower over the bath, shower screen, handbasin, toilet and heated towel rail completes the internal accommodation.

OUTSIDE To the front of the property is an 'in and out' style driveway providing ample off-road parking as well as access to the garage.

Gated side access to both sides of the property leads through to the rear garden.

The large enclosed rear garden is beautifully presented with a large patio area, pergola, second seating area set under a wooden gazebo, shed and greenhouse. The extensive lawn is surrounded by mature borders of flowers, trees and shrubs.

SITUATION The village of Thorrington has occupied the crossroads of the routes between Brightlingsea, Clacton, Colchester and the surrounding farm and fishing communities for centuries, and is home to the medieval Church of St Mary Magdalen and attractive Grade 2 listed Tide Mill constructed in 1831.

Within the village, you'll find a convenient post office and local store for everyday needs, a locally-loved recreation ground with modern play areas for children, and the highly-regarded Red Lion public house which serves great traditional pub food and a fine selection of ales in friendly surroundings.

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Nicholas Percival - Colchester (Sales)

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