*Coming Spring 2020* An exclusive development of just nine detached bungalows, built to the exacting standards Granville Developments have become known for. Doubleday Gardens is located in the picturesque market town of Coggeshall, renowned for its outstanding choice of eateries, excellent transport links to Stansted and idyllic surrounding countryside providing ample choice of peaceful rural walks.
An expertly planned collection of just 9 detached bungalows on Tey Road, Coggeshall, Doubleday Gardens places residents in a desirable location within one of the most sought-after market towns in this part of Essex - and is within walking distances of all the nearby amenities it has to offer. Combining superior craftsmanship, impressive specifications and traditional materials - alongside attractive finishes and generous living spaces - these bungalows offer an exceptional balance of quality, practicality and charm.
Accommodation comprises; entrance hall with storage cupboard, a well-appointed family bathroom, master bedroom with luxury en-suite, two further double bedrooms, a spacious lounge / diner with bi-fold doors to the rear garden, high specification kitchen with a host of leading brand appliances.
Outside, the westerly facing rear garden commences with a spacious patio area with the remainder laid to lawn. A carport with power and light, coupled with a large driveway provides ample off street parking. To the front, a beautifully-landscaped green meadow area is jointly owned by all nine bungalows and provides an enviable outlook.
Kitchen - 3.712 x 3.511 (12'2" x 11'6")
Living/Dining Room - 5.900 x 5.520 (19'4" x 18'1")
Master Bedroom - 4.113 x 3.675 (13'5" x 12'0")
En-Suite - 2.459 x 1.436 (8'0" x 4'8")
Bedroom Two - 3.857 x 3.453 (12'7" x 11'3")
Bedroom Three - 3.511 x 2.704 (11'6" x 8'10")
Bathroom - 2.557 x 1.968 (8'4" x 6'5") AGENTS NOTE
Doubleday Gardens is on mains gas, mains water, a communal Klargester system deals with sewage, an annual maintenance fee will be payable by all residents to provide power and servicing needs for the sewerage system as well as maintenance of the communal greensward.
All internal images are from a larger completed property at Doubleday Gardens