4 Bedroom Detached House (Now Sold)
Morris Harp, Saffron Walden, Essex
As you turn into Morris Harp, you immediately sense that you are in a small quiet cul-de-sac.
Toward the top on the right is number 11 and the first impression you get is of a large modern house set back from the road in a large plot.
The front of the house faces north and the rear garden makes the most of the sunshine throughout the day.
The front garden is well-kept with lawn, hedge, tree and flower borders giving a most pleasing approach to the house. The double garage is to the right of the garden and has power and lighting.
There is a side passage to the left of the house to access the rear.
The house has been extended twice since it was built in 1986 to provide a study as well as a superb conservatory.
It has gas central-heating, is fully double-glazed and is in immaculate decorative order throughout.
From the front door you enter the light and airy entrance hallway. The first door on your right is the cloakroom with WC, wash-basin and radiator.
Next from the hallway you enter the kitchen (3.73m x 3.33m/12'3 x 10'11) which is an excellent size and beautifully appointed with wood panels to the cupboards, space for a table and a large picture window overlooking the rear garden.
There is a built-in double oven and microwave, a separate hob and plenty of worktop area.
Off the kitchen is the utility and extension which comprises a lobby and the study.
The utility has space & plumbing for a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge.
The gas boiler is also in the utility and is approximately 8 years old and regularly serviced.
On from the utility is a lobby with radiator and the study (2.7m x 2.53m/8'10 x 8'4) which has a radiator, phone point, power sockets and doors out to the rear garden.
Passing back through the kitchen you move into the dining room(3.37m x 3.33m/11'1 x 10'11) which has double doors to the conservatory, a radiator and power sockets.
On through the open archway brings you into the delightful living room (5.4m x3.33m/17'9 x 10'11). Well lit by the double aspect window and patio doors, the living room has two radiators and both dining room and living room have lovely wood laminate flooring in excellent condition.
From living room or dining room you can enter the spacious and high quality conservatory (6.60m x 3.73m/21'8 x 12'3) which faces south and has two radiators for all-year living. You'll spend a lot of time in here!
From the conservatory are double doors out into the rear garden which has an excellent raised decking area, lawn and well-kept borders as well as a patio for those summer evening barbecues.
Returning through the conservatory and dining room into the hallway which has a window for extra light, you find the fine wood staircase.
The first-floor landing has a good-sized window allowing plenty of light.
The first door leads into bedroom 4 (2.51m x 2.32m/8'3 x 7'7) which has views out to the fields and hills north of Saffron Walden. With radiator, various power sockets, a phone point, room for a single bed and a wardrobe or dressing-table this is a good-sized room.
The next bedroom is bedroom 2 (3.39m x 3m/11'2 x 9'10) which has built-in wardrobes, large window overlooking the rear garden, radiator and various power sockets.
Next to this is bedroom 3 (3.4m x 2.75m/11'2 x 9') which also has a large south-facing window. This too has built-in wardrobes, a radiator and various power sockets.
Finally on the south side is the master bedroom (4.33m x 2.75m/14'3 x 9') and what a delight this is. With many high quality built-in wardrobes this spacious room benefits from south-facing windows, radiator and power sockets. From here you enter the ensuite which comprises WC, basin, heated towel rail and double-width shower unit with power shower.
Back out onto the landing and the last room is the family bathroom. With WC, basin, built-in vanity unit, bath with shower over, heated towel rail and obscure glass to front.
Finally on the landing is a large airing cupboard with hot water tank and plenty of storage.
Access to the loft is also gained from the landing and it is well insulated.
One very important aspect of this house is that it has been fitted in recent years with solar panels by British Gas. Done before recent government tariff cuts, there is a further 22 years of contract at the highest tariff available, estimated conservatively by the owner to be worth £27,500 over the rest of the contract. On top of this your electricity bills should be less as well!
In immaculate decorative order throughout, rear garden facing south and situated in a quiet cul-de-sac approximately 10 minutes walk from Saffron Walden town centre, this property is a real gem for any family.
Property in Morris Harp rarely comes up for sale which in itself shows you what a popular sought-after and pleasant place it is to live in.
The greatest accolade I can give is to say that I am jealous of whoever buys this house as I would very happily live here with my own family.
We expect immediate interest so don't delay, contact us immediately to discuss your situation and arrange a viewing.