Nash Close, Lawford Dale CO11
- Ideal Commuter Location
- 1/4 mile to Manningtree Train Station
- Light neutral decoration
- Low Maintenance Front and Back Gardens
- Double Glazing
- Upstairs bathroom
- 1 small pet may be considered
Ideally situated for the busy commuter, whether travelling to Colchester, Ipswich, or London. The house is just a ¼ mile from Manningtree station, thus avoiding the oftenpublicised cost and the daily battle for parking. London is less than an hour by train whilst Colchester and Ipswich are about 9 minutes each.
The front door leads into the living room, which is carpeted and has a digital aerial point as well as satellite capabilities. The living room leads through to the kitchen which has a light and modern style, with easy clean vinyl flooring. There is enough space to accommodate a kitchen table and chairs. The garden is accessed by the door in the kitchen. There is a shed in the garden available for tenants use.
Upstairs is made of 2 Bedrooms and Bathroom. Bedroom one is slightly larger than average for a house of this size. Whilst bedroom 2 can still take a double bed, a single would allow more space.
The bathroom has a clean fresh feel to it with space to store your vanities.
All decoration is light and neutral.
Room measurements in feet :
Kitchen: 12'8 x 9'3
Living Room: 13'9 x 12'9
Bedroom 1: 10'9 x 10'1
Bedroom 2: 10'8 x 6'6
Bathroom: 6'6 x 6'2
Manningtree train station is on the InterCity main line to London, and has 3 direct services per hour running to the capital Monday - Saturday daytimes taking about an hour to reach Liverpool Street station. There are also direct links to Colchester, Ipswich, Stratford, and Norwich as well as a number of other places.
There is also the First Buses 103/104 service running to both Harwich and Colchester. The service runs every 2 hours every day of the week.
Manningtree is a town that blends interest and character with practicality. It is a small town, sitting alongside the Stour Estuary so you are never very far from riverside views and long walks. There are many pubs and restaurants, and the high street has a number of small independent shops, ranging from well-packed delicatessens to art and jewellery shops, as well as the essential day-to-day supermarkets. Architecture is a mix of old and new, with plenty of development money coming into the town.
The famous "Essex Way", a footpath through Essex countryside from Harwich to Epping in South Essex, is within half a mile of the house, whilst the Stour estuary is just down the road. So if you enjoy the fields, the forests, or the water, this house is not far from any of them.
So if you want to achieve an economical balance between peaceful rural life and hectic daily schedule, then this house could be for you!