Dating back to the late 1700s, Whytegates is a very well-presented five double bedroom family home set in a rural location.
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The property is approached via a gravelled driveway. The storm porch and attractive oak front door provide access to the large reception hall and study area featuring bespoke fitted library shelving and antique wooden flooring.
The dining room with open fireplace features (in common with much of the property) exposed beams. The large lounge, (again with open fireplace) provides access to the rear garden via French doors.
The kitchen / breakfast room features cherrywood work tops, double butler sink, a Rayburn and electric induction oven, space for a fridge-freezer and dishwasher and travertine flooring. There is also a good array of cupboards and drawers for storage and an attractive solid oak stable door provides access to the garden. The utility room contains the oil-boiler. Adjoining the utility is the ground floor cloakroom.
Ascending the stairs to the first floor the master bedroom enjoys views across open farmland to the front of the property, and benefits from fitted wardrobe and large en-suite bathroom. The freestanding double ended bath with shower mixer attachment, also has a rain shower head.
The second bedroom with views to the rear garden also benefits from a newly installed en-suite shower room featuring a shower cubicle with rain head shower. Bedrooms three (with built in wardrobe) and four enjoy views to the front of the property.
The fifth bedroom is currently used as a dressing room. The newly fitted family bathroom completes the accommodation and features a double shower with rain shower head. OUTSIDE
Whytegates is set behind a five-bar gated entrance with beech hedging.
The gravelled driveway providing access to the single garage. The large rear garden features a patio and a decking area ideal for entertaining and two useful outbuildings.
The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs and a pergola with a wisteria. There are raised vegetable bed areas and an enclosed chicken coop. The Essex Way runs along the right-hand side of the garden (as viewed from the kitchen). The oil tank is discreetly screened from view. SITUATION
The popular village of Coggeshall is close at hand with its wide range of amenities.
Colchester is a short drive away and benefits from all the leisure, recreational and shopping facilities expected of a major regional town, secondary schooling options are excellent. Both Kelvedon and Marks Tey mainline stations are within easy reach providing access to Liverpool Street station in around 50 minutes from the former.