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Dedham, Colchester, CO7

Guide price £950,000

Under offer

5 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: IPS200098

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Pretty Grade II Listed detached house
  • Reception hall
  • Dining room
  • Drawing room
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen
  • 5 bedrooms & dressing room
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Garage/workshop
  • Private walled garden

THE PROPERTY

A very pretty Grade II Listed detached house set at the end of the high street with a private walled garden. Presenting rendered and painted elevations under a peg tile roof, Lindsay House is Grade II Listed and set in a conservation area. The house, which is in need of a renovation and refurbishment programme, has been in the family for over 60 years and is thought to have been built around 1740 with the west room refurbished later by Raymond Erith. The front door leads into the hall with staircase to the first floor, door through to the garden behind, cloakroom and under stairs cupboard. Pretty dining room with fire place, brick back and beam over, with door to the secondary staircase lobby and kitchen with fitted units, exposed boarded floor and gas fired boiler. Rear lobby with walk in shelved pantry and door to the garden. Sitting room with pretty fireplace featuring a raised cast iron basket, over mantle and surround with cupboard to one side and pretty bay window to the front. Drawing room with part-glazed door to the garden, fireplace with arch display niches either side, with shelves and cupboards under. First floor landing off which is bedroom 1 with cast iron basket fireplace and two walk-in cupboards, one with a sink and one providing access to the loft space. Inner landing and staircase to the second floor. Bedroom 2 and beyond a rear landing with secondary staircase to the ground floor and access to bedroom 3 with a range of wardrobe cupboards with part panelling to dado height and wash basin. Separate family bathroom. Second floor with family bathroom, 2 further bedrooms with bedroom 4 accessed via a dressing room. OUTSIDE Painted hand gate to the front garden with mature hedge and gravelled path leading around to the side and rear. Pretty and private walled garden area with terracing, low brick walls, along with a number of mature trees, shrubs, rose beds and plants. Attached garage/workshop with access through to the drive beyond. LOCATION The house enjoys a convenient location on the high street in the heart of the historic and picturesque village of Dedham. Situated on the banks of the River Stour, close to the county border of Suffolk, the well renowned village, made famous by the painter John Constable, stands amidst some of the most picturesque countryside in East Anglia in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Dedham itself, along with its magnificent church, offers a good and interesting range of local shops, restaurants and pubs. There are playing fields, a primary school rated Outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection and the village is also home to the Munnings Museum. The historic town of Colchester and Suffolk's county town of Ipswich provide an extensive range of shopping, commercial, recreational and educational facilities. The main A12 dual carriageway lies about 2 miles to the west and provides a link with London's M25 motorway, the east coast ports, Stansted airport, Cambridge and the Midlands via the M11. Regular main line services run to London's Liverpool Street Station from Manningtree, which is just 2½ miles to the east, in approximately 55 minutes and from Colchester in about 50 minutes. The nearby east coast, together with the Stour, Orwell and Blackwater Estuaries, and the reservoirs at Tattingstone and Ardleigh, provide excellent watersport opportunities and there are a number of golf courses locally at Stoke by Nayland and Colchester. DISTANCES Colchester - 7 miles Ipswich - 12 miles Manningtree station 2½ miles (London Liverpool Street 55 mins) DIRECTIONS (CO7 6AD) Lindsay House fronts on to Dedham high street and is situated approximately 100 yards east of St Mary's Church. With the church on your right-hand side, continue down the high street and Lindsay House comes up on the right beside the Dedham Arts Centre. SERVICES Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Items regarded as fixtures and fittings, including carpets and curtains, are initially excluded from the sale, although certain items may be available by separate negotiation. VIEWINGS By appointment with Jackson-Stops.