What We Say At The Zoe Napier Group:
An opportunity has arisen to acquire this deceptively spacious family residence that has recently been refurbished to a high standard, that would suit a young family who want their children to grow up in a village environment yet still have convenient access to all amenities and to some of the best state and private schools in the country. Without doubt a delightful aspirational family home.
What The Owners Say:
What originally attracted us to the property was a combination of the impressive amount of space the property has to offer, being so close to the River Blackwater and the wonderful community spirit that the village enjoys.
History & Background:
The property was originally constructed in 1991, an extensive refurbishment and extension programe was undertaken in 2019 and the property now provides a spacious 2377 square foot home ideal for family living. On the ground floor the accommodation includes a wonderful sizeable kitchen/breakfast room, two reception rooms, utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, one of which enjoys its own en-suite and a family bathroom. On the second floor the main bedroom enjoys its own dressing room and en-suite. Externally the property has a single detached garage and driveway providing ample off-street parking to the front and a secluded South West facing garden to the rear.
Setting & Location:
The property is situated in an enviable location, adjacent the Chelmer & Blackwater canal lock with its traditional towpath at the mouth of the canal which flows into the Blackwater Estuary. A popular coastal & waterside destination, which enjoys superb walks alongside the canal and along the sea wall with numerous places to rest and enjoy surrondings, together with a choice of pubs and Tea rooms for refreshment. The village is also home to the Blackwater sailing club with the river being an active hub for boats and yachts of varying sizes, together with the holiday barges. Across the water from Heybridge is Northey Island which is run and owned by the National Trust, being accessible from Maldon at low tide. The Essex Coast path passes by the property and continues east to Goldhanger and the marshes at Tollesbury and to the west is Maldon and beyond on to the Dengie Hundred.
Local amenities can be found in Heybridge for day to day needs with a further choice of larger supermarkets and shops found 3 miles from the property in the Maritime town of Maldon. Heybridge has its own primary school with Maldon offering both primary and secondary education. The nearest station is at Witham with train journey times into the London being approximately 45 minutes.
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