High ceilings and cosy evenings
This detached 2 bedroom bungalow is set back from the quaint high street of Thorpe-le-Soken, placing its residents in striking distance of amenities but within their own little pocket of privacy.
Featuring a log burner to keep warm all year round and high ceilings throughout (vaulted ceilings in all but the bathroom), this cosy cottage has all the trappings of a spacious modern home.
Mod-cons such as underfloor heating, induction hob, and integrated appliances come as standard. With bi-fold doors, open plan living and large sash windows typical of a Bocking home, The Cottage offers an airy and bright living space.
The exterior provides off-street parking and a carport to the front, and patio with lawn to the rear.
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- Bi-fold doors
- Open plan kitchen dining room
- Underfloor heating
- Off-street parking & carport
- Integrated 4 ring induction hob, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer.
- Wall and floor cabinets
- Quartz worktops and upstands
- TV, Sky and data points
- Front lawn
- Rear garden with lawn and patio
- External tap
- EV Point
- Air source heat pump
- Vaulted ceilings in all rooms (except bathroom)
- Flemish bond brick finish
Location, location, location
Thorpe-le-Soken is a peaceful village with a direct train connection to London Liverpool Street.
A mere five miles from the coast, and bordering Hamford Water National Nature Reserve, natural beauty is all around. Thorpe-le-Soken railway station is just around the corner and is connected to London by a 1 hour 18 minute train ride.
Amenities and schools
A bustling shopping centre can be found in Clacton-on-Sea just 6 miles away, or stay local for boutique shops, pubs and eateries. Thorpe Hall (an old manor house dating back to 1150) can be found close-by, as well as Rolph Church of England Primary School and Tendring Technology College (Thorpe campus).