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A QUINTISSENTIAL, COSY COUNTRY COTTAGE, located in the popular semi rural location of Broadley Common, within easy driving distance of the nearby towns of Epping, Harlow and Broxbourne with its main line station for Liverpool Street and Cambridge.
Set well back from the road with an extensive gravel courtyard for private parking and backing on to paddock land and open countryside with a small brook running adjacent to the lovely cottage style garden, this characterful two bedroom home also features a charming open plan lounge with exposed timbers forming a room divider to the rear sitting area which in turn leads to a very bright and spacious kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen is well fitted with base and eye level units with granite work tops. The ground floor bathroom with underfloor heating is fully tiled and features a rainfall shower over the bath.
A very useful addition is the loft room accessed via a folding ladder which has natural light through a Velux style window and plenty of space for use as perhaps an office or playroom.
Externally, as mentioned, the gravel drive provides off road parking for up to six cars and a side access leads to the good size rear garden laid mainly to lawn with tall hedging and shrub borders, summer house, patio and a large decked area to one side.
Agents note : The cottage has Calor gas connected for the cooker and an energy efficient, air heat source pump for all heating and hot water needs. Mains drainage is connected.
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