61 Market Hill - Sold STC

Gallery 360 Tour

Click here for full resolution

PLEASE CALL US to order our beautiful bespoke brochure and please view our UNIQUE BESPOKE 360 TOUR from any mobile device or Desktop and immerse yourself into the reality of this stunning property

First viewing day on Saturday 5th of January…

61 Market Hill, Maldon, Essex CM9 4QA

  • Outstandingly unique lighthouse style property with an amazing outlook to the River Chelmer and the Hythe Quay within this historic setting
  • Proudly sitting just at the top of the iconic Market Hill is the High Street of this second oldest town in Essex
  • There are two double bedrooms an en-suite shower room plus a separate bathroom
  • Contemporary open-plan design features to the kitchen and living/dining room displaying lovely curved architecture and a balcony with a view 
  • One of only three select apartments, a telephone entry system and an allocated parking space
  • Waiting for you to explore and enjoy are local picturesque riverside walks, the Promenade Park and its many attractions plus Beeleigh Falls
  • Maldon is known internationally for its mud race, sea salt and the 17th/18th century Thames Sailing barges
  • With a share of the freehold

Welcome…

Residing on the iconic Market Hill in Maldon, with the High Street sitting proudly just at the top of this second oldest town in Essex, is an outstandingly unique lighthouse style building with one of only three select apartments and offering a share of the freehold. Contemporary open-plan design features to the kitchen and living/dining room displaying lovely curved architecture and a balcony with a view. There are also two double bedrooms, an en-suite shower room plus a separate bathroom within this appealing apartment. Waiting for you to explore and enjoy are local picturesque riverside walks, the Promenade Park and its many attractions plus Beeleigh Falls. Maldon is known internationally for its mud race, sea salt and the 17th/18th century Thames Sailing barges.

Step inside…

Upon announcing your arrival, via the telephone entry system, you will very quickly receive a warm welcome and always remember your first introduction to this outstandingly unique lighthouse style building, leaving such an impression as to have you returning!

Spacious contemporary open-plan design features to the kitchen and living/dining room – displaying lovely curved architecture with three windows plus the balcony offering views to wow! Simply open the door and step outside and we’re sure you will agree. Running from east to west is the River Chelmer, taking in the Hythe Quay and sometimes it’s fishing vessels, the Sunny Sailer Pub across the river, and the iconic Market Hill.

Imagine making yourself a cool drink in the summer and listening to the sounds of summer wildlife on the river and gaiety from the pub just catching on soft breezes.

Returning to the reception hall enables you to view the two double bedrooms. One has an en-suite shower room and there is also a separate bathroom, where you can light some candles whilst relaxing in a warm foam bath.

 

Property Information
  • Price: Sold STC
  • Location: 61 Market Hill
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Ensuite: 1
Property Options

Out and about…

This historic hilltop town has a rich and unique heritage that is waiting for you to explore. Maldon town centre has numerous historical sites and listed buildings. On the high street there is a good balance between popular stores and smaller independents, which include artisan and specialist shops, traditional butchers, bakers and more. Both local and international cuisine is available from various venues throughout Maldon.

Nearby Promenade Park is a haven for both locals and tourists alike. Walk to the end of the promenade and you will arrive at the statue of Brythnoth – the leader of Anglo-Saxon forces and who died in the Battle of Maldon against the Vikings in 991. The ‘prom’ as it is know locally is an idyllic place to walk or sit and watch the activity on the river, and always makes for a great family day out with its many attractions.

Ship Ahoy…

Maldon is so rich in maritime heritage it dates back to prehistoric man! Boat building began around 1171 from hence began an important local industry of boat and ship building, steadily developing by the 17th/18th century. With the industrial revolution came two new crafts to Maldon waters – a fleet of Fishing Smacks and Thames Sailing Barges.

Experience for yourself the pleasure and excitement of sailing on one of these historic barges! Choose your trip from one of many choices available and discover how cargo was transported a century ago.

Gallery

Interested in this Property?

Contact Us to find out more

First Name
Last Name
Telephone No.
Email Address
Your message