- Three double bedrooms
- Two En-suites
- A further shower room
- Unique Scandinavian design focused on living harmony
- Country style kitchen
- Spacious living room with log burner
- Large integral garage
- New gas boiler
- Quiet mature garden
- Peaceful location
BRICKFIELDS is a Scandinavian-designed, single-storey dwelling which occupies a good-sized plot in an enviable location
From the moment you walk through the door you are struck by the spacious and free flowing accommodation in this unique home. The reception hall is bright and airy and serves as the home’s central hub and formal dining area. The main lounge is a large and comfortable room featuring dual aspect windows enjoying views over the patio, the spectacular countryside and the backwaters beyond. The far end of this room features a log burner, perfect for those cosy nights in.
The country style kitchen is completely in keeping with this home, enjoying a rear aspect treating you to views over the garden.
There are three double bedrooms and, like the rest of this house, they will not disappoint. Both the master and second bedroom feature en-suite bathrooms of which both are generous in size. As another option the third bedroom could be used as a separate sitting room or work from home space. This bedroom is served by a separate shower room which also doubles as a cloakroom.
The large integral garage can be accessed via the kitchen and provides a separate utility space at one end and a workspace, currently used as an art studio, at the other. This area could potentially be converted to provide further accommodation dependent on individual needs. The house is well insulated and triple-glazed throughout and a new Vaillant gas boiler was installed in 2021 which has a ten-year guarantee.
Outside is where this home truly comes to life with well maintained and mature gardens. To the front you will be greeted by a large driveway which is laid to shingle providing off road parking for multiple vehicles. To the rear, the garden is an absolute delight and features a large patio area, a sprawling lawn, a small pond and breath-taking views across neighbouring farmland and Hamford Water beyond.
Out and About
Quay Lane is a no-through country lane and is one of Kirby-Le-Soken’s most prestigious addresses, offering stunning views and a rare and unique opportunity…
The location of this home is unrivalled and offers something that few others can present. Take the short stroll along Quay Lane and arrive at ‘the backwaters’, a popular walk among the villagers. Enjoy the views of Horsey Island (the setting for Arthur Ransome’s novel Secret Water) and Hamford Water National Nature Reserve as you explore this local treasure.
Kirby-Le-Soken is a pretty village with two public houses, a fine church, village hall and a post office/general store. It lies just 1.5 miles from Frinton-on-Sea with its variety of shops, local supermarkets and restaurants and, of course, magnificent beaches. Frinton also offers a mainline railway station with direct links to London Liverpool Street.
This truly is a once in a lifetime opportunity and this home must be seen to be fully appreciated.