Early 1800's two bedroom cottage, full of period features and situated in the picturesque semi-rural location of East Tilbury Village.
Situated within close proximity to Coalhouse Fort and surrounded by open countryside in a much sought after village location. Take advantage of the nature trails and cycling paths on offer, whilst also enjoying easy access to local amenities including a public house, shops, and schools.
This property is one of four cottages which were originally built in 1837 and formed the Queens Head village pub, later being transformed into separate dwellings.
This terraced property boasts a large rear garden, contained outbuilding, and showcases traditional features throughout including exposed ceiling beams, open wood burner with lined flue, original stressed wood flooring and stairs, stable entrance door, sash windows (with secondary glazing) and internal tongue and groove doors.
Of further benefit is a full bathroom renovation within the last 6 months.
With the River Thames running nearby, East Tilbury mainline station just a mile away (direct links into London Fenchurch street in under an hour), and Lakeside Shopping Centre only a short drive away, you won't be disappointed with all that is on offer with this delightful character property.
Ground FloorReception:4.3m x 3.7m (14.1" x 12.1")Real wood floor and tongue and groove wooden ceiling. Feature fireplace with lined flue. Sash window to front aspect. Telephone point. Radiator, doorway to dining room. Original beams separate this room from the dining room.
Open doorway leading to:Dining Room 4.3m x 2.6m (14" x 8.6")Red quarry tiled floor. Tongue and groove wooden ceiling. Radiator. Under stair cupboard with tongue and groove door.
Tongue and groove doors lead off to:Bathroom2.8m x 2.1m (9.1" x 6.11")Traditional bathroom suite, including hand basin, toilet and bath with thermostatic shower over.
Kitchen2.77m x 2.2m (9.1" 7.2")Original beamed ceiling, half glazed stable door leading to garden, traditional farmhouse style kitchen units, solid walnut worktops, double range gas oven, white butler sink.
First Floor:Landing with beamed ceilings, stressed exposed wood/timber beam staircase leading to:Master bedroom4.3m x 3.7m (14.1 x 12.1")Two sash windows to front aspect, views over nearby farmland, real wood floor, tongue and groove wooden ceiling. Feature fireplace with shelving to left and space for large wardrobe to right.
Second bedroom4.3m x 3.8m (14.1 x 5.10")Sash window to rear aspect. Real wood floor, tongue and groove wooden ceiling. Loft hatch. Airing cupboard housing combination boiler.
Rear GardenLeading from the kitchen door out onto a decked terrace area, leading down to a red brick area with surrounding mature fruit trees, outbuilding currently used as storage and has power/lighting. Garden spreads across an approximate 60ft and is landscaped to a traditional Victorian 'Potager' Kitchen Garden design with mature fruit trees, bushes, raised planters, a stumpery, and beach area with water feature. Continued...
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