Kirby-le-Soken - Sold STC

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Anchor lodge

  • Four bedrooms
  • One en-suite
  • Conservatory/extension
  • Large kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Spacious living room
  • Underfloor heating downstairs
  • Integrated Garage
  • Off street parking
  • Lots of charm
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Welcome home!

Extremely beguiling detached property built in 2008 by a local builder and still living in one of his masterpiece next door.  The welcome view from the entrance hall is one that already sums up the space offered with the kitchen or the living room either side… Let’s remain on the ground floor first and explore the Kitchen to your left, as often the heart of a home. Breakfast/dining table on one side, cooking island in the middle and an impressive looking Rangmaster cooker surely designed for someone aspiring to be on British bake off. A practical and equally well designed utility room comes as a must.

To your right of the entrance hall you will find an equally spacious living room with it cosy wood burner even though the ground floor benefits from underfloor heating. A conservatory/extension compliments the lounge area and is currently used as an office, it has access to the side parking bay in front of the garage.

Ascend upstairs
The master bedroom is of large dimension,  benefits from a long fitted wardrobe and an en-suite. You will find two further double bedrooms and a smaller fourth bedroom but all offering fitted wardrobes.

Step outside

The garden is relatively small with a South-East orientation, it is accessible from the side, the kitchen, the conservatory and the garage but it is not overlooked.

EPC rating: C

Council Tax Band: E (£2,210 p/yr)

Over 1,700 sq.ft of living space

Property Information
  • Price: Sold STC
  • Location: Kirby-le-Soken
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Ensuite: 1
  • Garages: 1
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Kirby-le-soken is a small village situated between the Hamford natural reserve and the East Sunshine Coast of Frinton-on-sea and Walton-on-the-Naze.  There is much to explore whether you like long walk around a natural reserve or the proximity of stunning sandy beaches. Amenities and pubs available within the village and of course plenty of shopping options between nearby Frinton or Walton.

The Walton Backwaters were one of Arthur Ransome’s favourite places to visit on his yacht which are famously depicted in his 1930s book “Secret Water”. Unlike Ransome’s earlier Swallows and Amazons adventure stories;these two books are based on actual places. The map inside “SecretWaters” is very similar to the 1930s chart of the Walton Backwaters and is still fairly recognisable today. On today’s Walton Blackwater you may take a boat ride and appreciate this untouched wilderness so popular with local seals and so many varieties of birds.

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