FIFTEENTH CENTURY. Located in the heart of the charming medieval market town of Coggeshall, Weavers Cottage is a Grade II Listed two bedroom period house of colour washed plastered elevations, under a handmade red tiled roof, bursting with character features. From inglenook fireplaces, heavy exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and stripped wooden doors, this lovely home has it all. The property also has the benefit of a modern day fully integrated kitchen/breakfast room and a cottage style rear garden. The towns varied local amenities are right on your doorstep, with a weekly market and community bus service to Kelvedon train station (London Liverpool Street around 50 minutes). Major road links are also close by with easy access to the A120 (1 mile) and A12 (4 miles).
On entering the house you are instantly aware of the larger than expected scale of the rooms. The wide staircase flanked by heavy exposed timbers sets the scene. The living room has dual aspect windows and a large inglenook fireplace with a gas fired stove and huge central cross beam. The separate dining room is cosy and full of character, with its inglenook fireplace, flanking bookcase and exposed brickwork and timbers. To the rear is the recently fitted kitchen/breakfast room, with grey gloss units, quartz working surfaces and a full range of integrated appliances. Wood effect ceramic tiled flooring continues into the breakfast area with a lovely exposed brick wall. Windows and a door lead out to the garden.
To the first floor is a landing area and loft access. The master bedroom is exceptionally spacious with a vaulted ceiling and exposed chimney breast flanked by eaves cupboards. The second double bedroom enjoys dual aspect windows and a vaulted ceiling. There is a charming study/bedroom three to the front and a part tiled bathroom fitted with a white suite and built-in airing cupboard. Read more