Character cottage with stunning views
Situated on the outskirts of this popular village, Old Forge is a charming Grade II listed cottage with outline planning permission for a rear extension and is believed to date back to circa 1725. The ground floor is presently arranged as a spacious through sitting room with French doors to the rear, a dining room approached directly from the entrance hall, adjacent to which is the family room/study. To the rear is the kitchen/breakfast room which has extensive views across the garden. The ground floor cloakroom is located between the kitchen and sitting room. The first floor has a master bedroom suite with a raised area leading to an en suite shower room with a dressing room. The remainder of the first floor comprises three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Planning consent has been granted by Maldon District Council (Ref: 14/00699/HOUSE and Ref: 14/00700/LBC) for the construction of a two storey rear extension which would create a larger kitchen/breakfast room and more bedrooms and en suites to the first floor. The grounds extend to approximately 2/3 of an acre and incorporate a double garage, workshop and the original Forge. There is a shingle drive providing parking for several vehicles.
This property has 0.6 acres of land.
Old Forge is ideally located and within easy reach of Danbury which has good range of everyday amenities including Barclays Bank, a cooperative store, post office and a number of independent shops and public houses. The city of Chelmsford and larger town of Maldon are both within each reach of the property and provide a more extensive range of shopping, commercial and entertainment facilities including several notable restaurants and public houses. For the commuter, direct access to Londons Liverpool street station is available via Chelmsfords mainline station with an average journey time of 38 minutes via the Park and Ride at Sandon. The national road network can be accessed via the A12.
There are a number of outstanding schools within the county including Chelmsford two grammar schools, New Hall and The Felsted School. The property is within catchment for both King Edward VI Grammar School and County High School for Girls in Chelmsford.
Leaving Chelmsford on Parkway towards the Army & Navy Roundabout. Take the second exit to Essex Yeomanry Way (A1114) and take the Great Baddow exit. At the roundabout take the second exit left onto Maldon Road and follow this road for approximately 8 miles across the A12 and through Danbury towards Woodham Mortimer. The property is the second from last house on the right hand side before the roundabout.Read all
- Grade II Listed cottage
- Separate Old Forge and double garage
- 3 reception rooms
- Dressing area to master bedroom
- Map & Street View
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