Good sized Detached family home in the beautiful historic town of Thaxted. Four bedrooms, large family bathroom plus 2 shower rooms, spacious lounge/diner, well fitted kitchen with utility room and amazing garden backing on to open fields.
Townfield is along Bardfield Road and backs onto miles of open fields. The hall & living room benefit from 18mm engineered wood flooring. The kitchen has Neff split level double Pyroclean top oven/microwave & Pyroclean bottom oven, Neff four ring induction hob and Quooker instant boiler water tap. A new boiler was fitted in June last year (and has a 6 year warranty) as well as a water softener. The conservatory has digitally controlled underfloor heating plus two convection heaters for winter use. In the Lounge area is a fitted remote controlled gas fire. In the en-suite bathroom there is an Aqualisa shower unit and an electric mirror complete with demister and infrared safety switch. The garage has power (lights and sockets) and a remote controlled electric up & over door with 3 fobs. There is electric and water supply to the dog proof south facing rear garden with gated access to the fields behind. The property is also fitted with a secom alarm system.
Spacious Entrance Hall (4.32m x 3.53m max (14'2 x 11'7 max))
Downstairs Cloak/Shower Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.89m x 3.05m (12'9 x 10'))
Utility Room (2.13m x 1.68m (7' x 5'6))
Lounge/Diner (6.15m x 5.61m (20'2 x 18'5))
Conservatory (4.93m x 2.90m (16'2 x 9'6))
First Floor Landing (3.76m x 3.15m max (12'4 x 10'4 max))
Master Bedroom (3.91m x 3.56m (12'10 x 11'8))
En-Suite Shower Room (2.13m x 1.52m (7' x 5'))
En-Suite Dressing Room/Study/Bedroom Four (2.95m x 2.06m (9'8 x 6'9))
Bedroom Two (3.96m x 3.05m (13' x 10'))
Bedroom Three (3.35m max x 2.13m (11' max x 7'))
Large Family Bathroom (3.73m x 2.13m (12'3 x 7'))
Large Rear Garden (28.35m x 16.08m (93' x 52'9))
Large Garage With Electric Door (5.49m x 4.60m (18' x 15'1))
Thaxted is a small "Historic" country "Market Town" with a recorded history which dates back to before the Domesday Book. Thaxted today has a variety of shops, restaurants, pubs and other businesses which serve the needs of it's residents and visitors alike, making the town a centre for trade and commerce today, as it has been for over a 1000 years. With its famous Guildhall, magnificent Church and restored Windmill set against a backdrop of Medieval houses (including Dick Turpins Cottage and Gustav Holst's former home) it is considered the jewel in the crown of Essex.