Lying adjacent to Writtle Green and dating back to 1750, a stunning four to seven bedroom detached residence with Georgian Façade. Arranged over three floors, the house enjoys ample family accommodation. Extensive gardens to both the side and rear aspect.
Three Attic rooms
Three Reception rooms
A beautiful example of a Grade II timber framed Georgian House set within the picturesque village of Writtle. A distinctive red brick Georgian façade and parapet define this rather imposing building. The central six panelled door with semi-circular fanlight above and double hung sash windows capture the period of this historic property. Internal accommodation is arranged over three floors. The ground floor offers three reception rooms, a kitchen ground floor bathroom. A real feature is the illuminated internal well, which is visible through a toughened glass cover.
The first floor landing is accessed from the wide return staircase. Upon reaching the first return on the staircase a second semi-circular fanlight and door offer access to a family bathroom. Four symmetrical double bedrooms occupy this floor, with each adjoining bedroom offering Jack and Jill facilities. Original cast iron fireplaces with ornate tile inserts feature in many of the rooms. Dual staircases take us to three usable attic rooms each with two segmental headed dormer windows offering views over the village and back to Chelmsford.
Walled gardens lie to both the side and rear aspect, with the gardens to the rear sweeping around the neighbouring properties. The original wash house still occupies the land adjacent to the house. Interestingly, the original hand pump and sink are still present within the building. The single stable still exists and is in a reasonable state of repair.
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