First view day on Saturday 12th of January…
Arden, Old Road, Frinton-on-Sea, Essex CO13 9DA
- Residing on a large secluded plot within the highly prized Frinton ‘gates’
- Hidden gem with an incredible 3,559 square footage
- Five double bedrooms and four en-suite bath/shower rooms, plus two dressing rooms
- Stunning vaulted living room open-plan into an impressive dining hall
- Extensive kitchen/breakfast room plus a utility/boot room and cloakroom
- With a soundproofed outbuilding and a double garage plus store room
- Annexe with bedroom five, plus the fourth bath/shower room, and with one of the two en-suite dressing rooms
- One minute of Connaught Avenue and just minutes from the seafront
Evoking an air of serenity and communal pride the genteel nature you feel within the Frinton ‘gates’ will easily capture your heart, presupposing that all property is much sought-after! Residing secludedly from view Arden is a hidden gem with an incredible living space waiting to be filled with plenty of life, fun and laughter. You are only a minute from the iconic Connaught Avenue with its variety of independent shops and a loyal and local community. Whilst the Esplanade is reached within minutes to Frinton’s Greensward fronting this 2018 ‘Seaside Award’ winning coast.
Having sight of Arden’s name plaque you know you have arrived to be wowed by this hidden gem. The telephone entry system beckons you through the gate into your very private front garden. Then a warm welcome awaits you as you step into the reception area, where your eyes may be drawn over to the double French doors ahead within this lovely open-plan setting. Turning right the impressive dining hall comes into sight, with its large table and chairs inviting you to picture many a family/friends celebratory meal, and just imagine Christmas time! Walk to your left and you will not be disappointed. The stunning double height vaulted living room will also have you noticing the three sets of French doors out to the garden; great for the summer time to extend life alfresco. And just as nice to gaze out through onto a winter garden when you’re cosied up in the warmth on one of your settees.
The stairs to the back of the room will have caught your attention but for now we’d like to show you the kitchen/breakfast room, which is conveniently off the dining hall.
For those with a large family or who like to regularly entertain this kitchen is a dream, meeting all your requirements and more, due to the size and the wonderful rangemaster style cooker. Off this room is a very handy utility/boot room. As well as housing your washing machine and tumble dryer there is a sink to wash your hands in, and it can be a place to store everyone’s garden wellies when they come in and out of the garden.
To the left of the dining hall is a door opening to the first of the five double bedrooms, which has the luxury of an en-suite wet room, lovely!
By ascending the turning stairway at the end of the dining hall you will arrive to the gallery landing. Step into the bedroom on your left and it reveals a double bedroom with plenty of eaves storage as well as an en-suite shower room. To the right of the landing you will be pleasantly surprised to view not only the fourth of the five bedrooms; as this one leads to not only the second en-suite dressing area and to an en-suite bath/shower room, but there is also a door to a very large loft room!
Remember the stairs in the vaulted living room? If you would like to follow these up you will find yourself in a fifth bedroom. Or you may just be thinking that it’s a great location for a cinema/games room!
Independent life in the annexe…
The living accommodation past the bedroom and en-suite on the ground floor is currently used as an annexe, although it certainly doesn’t have to remain as such, because although there is an external door to this independent accommodation it can also be accessed via the aforementioned bedroom. Off the hallway is a door to the double bedroom with its own dressing area plus an en-suite bathroom. Followed by a very generous 30ft open-plan kitchen and living room, with French doors to the garden. The annexe may also be ideal for that ever increasingly independent teenager!
What a delightful garden this is. You don’t need much imagination to picture the warmer months and long hot lazy days. Recline on your lounger for a spot of sunbathing or perhaps sip a cold drink in the shade of the umbrella. What bliss! And in the evening invite your friends round for a barbeque and light conversation whilst enjoying your favourite tipple into the twilight hours.
Winter too holds joy, especially for the children if it snows, and what about a Christmas tree lit up in the garden? This is easily achieved when you have double opening timber gates to carry your tree through to your favoured spot.
What a find – a sound proofed outbuilding in the garden, such a great space for the musician in the family.