A beautifully modernised, 5 bedroom, detached 1930s executive property. With stunning open plan, family living space and kitchen to the rear and underfloor heating throughout. A large rear garden and backing onto open farmland. Two log burners and the added benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Headingley House has recently undergone and extensive course of modernisation, extension and vast improvement. The original house dates back to 1931 and the charm and character associated with properties of this era has not been lost with the sympathetic schedule of works carried out. Traditional living has been mixed with contemporary design to now boast many future proof features such as CAT 6 wiring throughout, an impressive plant room with the latest multi media server interface and CCTV with extensive coverage. The property also benefits from underfloor heating over all three floors.
Upon entering Headingley House, the impressive entrance hall immediately sets the scene with an extremely high specification and keen eye for attention to details throughout. Access to the plant room is via the entrance hall and this plays host the pressurized hot water system that can feed all 5 showers simultaneously and also houses the Media Server and provides internal access to the garage. The lounge is typical of a 1930s built property, with a large bay window to the front. There is also a log burner and further window to the side. The study/playroom is next and could even be used as a formal dining room. The WC can also be found via the entrance hall. Two part glazed doors lead to the truly stunning kitchen / diner / family room that dominates the rear of the property, with the entire rear section comprising of floor to ceiling glazed sliding doors. The kitchen is made up of contrasting white and light grey units and a complementary Corian work surface with inset sink and drainer. An extensive range of NEFF appliances including 3 ovens (one of which is a combination microwave oven) along with an induction hob and dish washer. There is also an America style fridge freezer (different brand.) The flooring is tiled throughout and the remainder of this enviable room is made up of a dining space and a family area with a log burner. The ground floor is concluded with a utility room that has space and plumbing for both a washing machine and separate tumble dryer, there is also a NEFF freezer to remain and a side door.
An Oak staircase with a large storage cupboard beneath provides access to the first floor landing. Four of the five bedrooms are located on the first floor, three of which benefit from luxury en suite shower rooms that feature rainfall shower heads and a range of high quality sanity ware such as suspended toilets with concealed flushes, double shower cubicles and wall hung vanity wash hand basins. The family bathroom plays host to luxurious 6ft bath as well as a separate walk-in shower.
Ascending the stairs to the second floor landing a sun tunnel provides ample light and a further door leads through to the master bedroom suite. Two windows to the rear provide a delightful view over the rear garden and adjoining open farmland beyond. The en suite is again fitted with a luxurious walk in shower with rainfall head and is complemented with a large vanity wash hand basin and suspended WC. The walk in dressing room is then found off the en suite and has automatic lighting and plenty of space for installing a vast array of storage. OUTSIDE
The front of Headingley House is retaining by picket style fence and comes prewired for an electric gate and intercom should the new owners wish to the install them. The driveway is covered with a resin bond finish and complemented with a Granite brick surround. CCTV over looks the front of the property from multiple angles.
The garage is accessed via a 'slide around the corner' style door that provides excellent access for larger vehicles. Internally the garage has underfloor heating and spot lights making it an ideal environment for classic and luxury vehicles. A further electric roller door gives vehicular access to the rear garden.
The rear garden can accessed through the garage and also via a separate side gate. A gravel drive leads down to an area of hard standing that would form the ideal foundation for a home office, gym, spa or outside entertaining room. All the necessary ducting has been put in place for under floor heating, mains water, sewerage and electricity to allow the new owners to build upon said foundations to create an enviable outbuilding.
The main section of the rear garden commences with a raised patio leading from the kitchen. This space has been thoughtfully enclosed with sleeper beds and trellising, a built in mains gas fed BBQ is accompanied by an outdoor fridge and sink with hot and cold taps. Steps lead down to the remainder of the garden, which is predominately laid to lawn and hosts a variety of mature trees. The rear boundary benefits from a lowered fence to take full advantage of the beautiful open aspect to the rear. SITUATION
Coggeshall is set between two major towns. Braintree has its town centre and popular Freeport Shopping Village as well as good road links to Stansted Airport and the M11. Colchester provides wider education facilities including the Sixth Form College, Colchester Institute and the University of Essex as well as its shopping centre. Nearby Kelvedon provides mainline rail links to London Liverpool Street and road links to the A12. There is a Coggeshall Community bus which provides a link direct from the centre of Coggeshall to Kelvedon station in the mornings and evenings.