A fine example of an early Edwardian detached family home, close to the City Centre
Dating back to 1902, Goddards is a recently renovated and restored Edwardian residence located on the peripherals of Chelmsfords city centre. Arranged over three floors this spacious period property retains many of its original features including open fireplaces, high ceilings, replacement sash windows and ornate cornicing. The overall presentation is sympathetic to the period, with subtle colours schemes portraying true elegance as you move through the house.
The grand reception hall offers access to the four principal reception rooms, which are flooded with natural light from the glazed sash windows. The ground floor also incorporates the kitchen, utility/workshop and ground floor shower room. The conservatory lends itself to entertaining and provides wonderful views over the landscaped gardens. Planning was approved May 3rd 2019 Ref. No:19/00784/FUL for conversion of the conservatory to a habitable room.
The first floor landing allows access to the principal bedroom suite with en-suite dressing room and bathroom, four further bedrooms and family bathroom. An additional staircase allows access to the second floor room, which would make an ideal hobby room or home office.
Planning: Application permitted for conversion of conservatory to habitable room, replacement slate roof and redesign of doors and windows. Chelmsford Planning Ref. No: 19/00784/FUL Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries of the Chelmsford Council.
This property has 0.27 acres of land.
Mature landscaped gardens to the rear of the building are well stocked with a wide variety of trees and shrubs creating a great deal of privacy. A pathway stretches to the rear of the garden flanked by box hedging and encompassed with a timber pergola. Immediately adjacent to the pergola is a vegetable plot, for those wishing to grow their own produce. The paved terrace situated at the rear of the house is ideal for summer evenings and al fresco dining. Side pedestrian access is available via a gateway. The front aspect enjoys a gated driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles.
Maltese Road occupies an excellent position in this popular area; easily accessible to the Citys amenities; excellent local primary and grammar schools as well as local communications and the open countryside of Mid-Essex. Maltese Road lies close to Admirals Park together with a number of local shops and larger supermarkets; whilst a broad range of independent stores and national chains in the city centre less than a mile away.
Leaving The City of Chelmsford to the West, follow the signs to Writtle and Roxwell - A1060 Rainsford Road. Passing the Esso petrol station on your right, follow Rainsford Road for 30 yards and Maltese Road will appear on your right hand side. Continue along Maltese Road and the property will be found on your right hand side.Read all
- Recently renovated Edwardian detached
- Beautifully appointed throughout
- Four reception rooms
- Conservatory with planning permission
- Five Bedrooms and loft room
- 0.27 Acre plot - Landscaped gardens
- Walking distance to mainline station
- Ideal for local Grammar Schools
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