Chamberlain Phillips are pleased to offer to the market, this extended 1930's semi-detached home situated within the ever requested location of Lawford offering easy access to local primary, secondary schools and mainline station.
The property is accessed via an entrance porch to the side with a door leading to the hallway which in turn gives access to the sitting room, stairs to the first floor and WC/shower room.
The sitting room has a log burner with a brick surround, laminate wood flooring and patio doors leading to the garden. The spacious kitchen/dining room has recently been extended but requires completion as does the downstairs WC/shower room.
The stairs lead to the first-floor landing which gives access to all rooms, the principal being situated at the front of the property with the remaining two bedrooms facing the rear aspect over looking the garden.
The bathroom which is fully tiled includes low-level WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, panel bath with shower over and glass screen.
The west-facing rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with a patio area and two wood storage sheds.
An early inspection is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation and potential. Lawford is situated on the fringe of the Dedham Vale and just 1 mile south of Manningtree which is set on the River Stour on the edge of Constable Country on the Essex/Suffolk Borders. The town has a vibrant local community and provides useful local shops and services, there are also banks, a doctor's surgery, pharmacy, galleries, a theatre, restaurants and a delicatessen. Recognised as England's smallest town it is formed from several exceptional period buildings and provides good local shopping facilities positioned mid way between Ipswich the county town of Suffolk and Colchester which is reputed to be the oldest Roman town in England. There is ready access to the A12 and the commuter can take advantage of train services to London's Liverpool Street Station from the towns mainline railway station.