Lavendale, Turpins lane
- Four bedrooms
- Large Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Open Plan lounge
- Utility Room/Shower room
- Large rear garden with decking area
- Detached double garage with office and snug
- Family Bathroom with free standing bath and tv
- Separate family sitting room
- Hot Tub
- Off street parking for 4 vehicles
This beautiful large detached family home is situated in the sought after ‘Turpins Lane’.
Enter the double barn gates into this exquisite home, packed with features for the whole family.
Decorated to a high standard the current owners have created a fabulous kitchen/dining/entertaining space which stretches across the back of the house. There is space for a formal dining area, whilst the wooden waterfall island breakfast bar can sit 4 people for more casual dining, whilst enjoying the first cup of tea of the day.
The kitchen is a dream for any budding Jamie Oliver’s or Nigella’s, with bags of worktop space and views across the garden to enjoy whilst cooking for family and friends. The double range cooker is perfect for cooking up the most culinary of dishes. With integral appliances everything is hidden away with clean lines. You can throw open the bi-fold doors and spill out onto the decking when the weather permits creating a perfect party area for both children and adults.
The separate utility room provides even more storage, with plumbing for washing machine and separate dryer.
The ground floor w/c and double shower room is in the perfect place here so that the little ones and guests do not have to trample through the house.
The separate front room with statement fireplace is the perfect space for those more intimate evenings or perfect to relax and read a book in peace. Equally a lovely family space to enjoy.
A downstairs office, or if you prefer a room for your teenager to house their gaming console away from the family.
Ascend the stairs …
From the generous landing area you will find 4 double bedrooms.
The master bedroom is spacious and can accommodate even the largest of beds.
The family bathroom is the piece de resistance….A unique opportunity to relax in a hot bubble bath with a glass of your favourite fizz whilst you catch up on your chosen tv show in this elegant Victorian style free standing bath. How many homes do you know with a tv in the bathroom? With Bluetooth and built in speakers this is the perfect place to unwind after a long day.
Moving into the south facing generous garden, this space offers everything.
Grab your towel, because the hot tub is waiting for you. Conveniently covered by a wooden pergola for extra privacy making it an all season treat. The large decking area is perfect for alfresco dining and star gazing. The large grass area is ideal should you need extra space for the little ones garden toys. There really is room for everyone.
To the side you will find a detached double garage incorporating a hobby room and separate office with power, still with ample space to park your car.
So don’t miss out, call the office now to book your viewing with our friendly team.
ROOM SIZES :
Shower Room 11′ x 8′
Lounge 15′ x 12′
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 24′ x 10
Snug 12′ x 12′
Bedroom 1 (Front) 12′ x 12′
Bedroom 2 12′ x 9′
Bedroom 3 (office) 10′ x 8′
Bedroom 4 (back) 13′ x 10′
Bathroom 7′ x 6′
Out and about
Connaught Avenue is where the townspeople gravitate for general and independent amenities including light lunches and civilized evening entertainment, whilst the mile long golden sandy beach, when the tide is out, beckons those looking for a leisurely day out soaking up the summer sun, or taking a brisk walk on wilder windy days. The greensward above the beach is perfect for picnics or flying a kite.
Frinton-on-Sea was first referenced in the Domesday Book of 1086, appearing as Frientuna. Until late Victorian times Frinton was just a church, several farms and a few cottages. It was then developed as a fashionable seaside resort, attracting visitors from high society, such as the Prince of Wales who frequented the golf club and Churchill who rented a house, while Connaught Avenue was known as the Bond Street of East Anglia. With its air of serenity and communal pride, the town’s genteel nature continues to prevail ‘inside the gates’ today. Even the Tennis Club feels like a mini Wimbledon with the so many manicured grass courts, in fact it was world famous during Edwardian England as next to Wimbledon, Frinton was regarded as the major venue on the tennis calendar and a social standing on par with Henley and Ascot. Maybe you are rightly drawn to the wonderful sandy beaches and the long walks offered along this sunny Esplanade or should you wish to explore the water sports, Frinton-on-Sea has it all!
The local high street has a gentile quality and traditional quality: Butchers shops, fishmongers, bakers, greengrocers, a newsagent where people remember your name!
Do no miss the evening entertainments at the fabulous Frinton summer theatre where the productions are attracting raving national reviews.
Frinton-on-Sea is indeed the pearl of Essex and managed to retain a timeless atmosphere of tranquility which makes it a happy place to live everyday or just as a weekend retreat.