Frinton-on-sea - In excess of £415,000

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109 Rainham way

  • Detached bungalow
  • Peaceful cul de sac location
  • Corner plot with garage
  • Established front and rear garden
  • Minutes walk from the beach
  • Short drive to Connaught avenue
  • Minutes walk from the beach
  • No onward chain
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If you are looking for the perfect location this 2 bedroom detached bungalow has it all.

Situated between Frinton on Sea and Walton on the Naze, this property is just a short stroll from the lovely sandy beaches which can be found at the top of the road

This bungalow is set in a tranquil peaceful cul-de-sac location perfect as your main residence or a holiday home perfect to create memories with your loved ones.

As you enter the property, all rooms lead off from the long hallway.

Both double bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and storage. The Lounge/Diner has large patio doors leading to the well established wrap around garden, which has sun all day due to its perfect position.

The Kitchen also has a large window looking out onto the garden and double glazed door to the side of the property.

The fitted kitchen has the benefit of a fitted fridge freezer and washer dryer which are to remain.

Shower room with a fitted white suite.

 

Lounge/Diner 20’ x12’1

 

Bedroom 1 – 14’2 into the bay 10’4

 

Bedroom 2 – 10’6 x 10

 

Kitchen 11’1 x 8’6

 

Shower room 8’1 x 5’1

 

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.

Property Information
  • Price: In excess of £415,000
  • Location: Frinton-on-sea
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Garages: 1
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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.

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