Delightful part brick and flint former coach house close to the church in historic market town.
This charming former coach house nestles close to the magnificent Church within the heart of the medieval market town of Saffron Walden.
Of part brick, part flint and rendered elevations beneath a peg tiled roof, it has a curtilage Grade II listing due to its proximity to The Old Rectory. This lettable cottage could provide a rare investment opportunity so close to the town centre.
The accommodation has night storage heating and is arranged over two floors with an entrance hall, sitting room and kitchen dining room on the ground floor with two vaulted bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
The ground floor rooms are both double aspect, the kitchen/dining room to the left of the hall has some tongue and grooves panelling to dado height, a range of floor units, plumbing for washing machine, space for both a fridge freezer and electric oven. Beyond the dining area is an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater.
The sitting room has under stairs storage and a turning staircase to the first floor. The split level landing has a Velux window and access to both vaulted bedrooms and the bathroom with panelled bath, wc and pedestal wash basin has part tiled walls.
Room sizes and general layout of the accommodation can be seen on the enclosed floor plan
There is a small area of garden to the front and right hand side of the property.
Agents note: whilst not itself Grade II listed the property is classed as a curtilage listed building due to its proximity to the Grade II Listed Old Rectory .
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This is such a charming period gem close to the church in my home town of Saffron Walden - I've always wondered what it was like inside and it doesn't disappoint ... I particularly love the two spacious ground floor rooms and views from the windows of many of Castle Street's historic homes.Lucy Banks