Wash Lane, Clacton-On-Sea, CO15
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- THREE BEDROOMS
- DETACHED CHARACTER HOUSE
- GENEROUS GROUNDS
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- ANNEX POTENTIAL
- LUXURY KITCHEN
Basking in probably one of the finest eras in house building, this 1920s house is exceptionally versatile ' at once ready to be occupied, yet pleasantly pliable to its owners' needs. The classic styling seems made for its setting, proudly occupying a generous corner plot.
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Typical of the period, the rooms are all accessed via the hallway. An elegant drawing room with garden views, a family room with a feature Italian marble fireplace and box bay window, bespoke German kitchen with underfloor heating, feature smoked glass units and quality Neff appliances and flows into the hand made, Oak framed dining/breakfast area, warmed with underfloor heating and vaulted glazed roof allowing for floods of natural light, which the current owners enjoy as their day room to enjoy views of the garden, a utility cupboard and cloakroom further enhance the house`s well-defined space. Tasteful décor and quality flooring throughout give this house its classic character together with traditional period features.
The first floor affords three double bedrooms, a spacious Master bedroom with a selection of fitted wardrobes, a Fired Earth inspired vanity and an impressive box bay window set in the style of an enclosed balcony really give this principal bedroom a grand feel, a guest bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower and a further double bedroom, a family size bathroom furnished with hand made tiles and a Fired Earth bath with Aqualisa controls.
Outside, one of its most outstanding pleasures this house offers is the privacy of the garden being enclosed mainly with established hedging, raised patio incorporating an ornamental pond, further patio laid with Indian Sandstone and a gated drive leading to the detached garage and carport which offers ample room for vehicles, storage, a workshop, studio or a quiet space to carry out ongoing projects.
The rarity of properties in this road becoming available suggests that owners prefer to stay long-term giving the area a steady, stable feel. The most significant feature of this house is its scope for embracing new identities inside. It could effortlessly bend to a truly authentic 1920s look.
The house would just as readily grow into a contemporary property or embrace a much more quirky, creative character.