Grade II listed former maltings benefitting from a central position in Manningtree, within easy reach of the town centre, mere yards away from the Walls - and the beautiful river Stour tidal estuary. Read more
Grade II listed former maltings benefitting from a central position in Manningtree, within easy reach of the town centre, mere yards away from the Walls - and the beautiful river Stour tidal estuary. Accommodation comprises living room, kitchen, landing / study area, two bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from allocated parking.
This Grade II listed maltings site was first recorded in the early 19th century. The former Dalgety Maltings were converted by Lexden Restoration and Development in 2007 whereby they were awarded the Tending District Council Design Awards 2007 Best Conservation and Restoration. Deemed of historic interest by its Grade II listing, the Central Maltings have retained many of their original features - including exposed timbers and deep set windows - which are further complemented by plantation shutters. The property is approached via a brick paved pedestrian path which leads to the entrance door. Once inside, the welcoming living room is enhanced by a warm timber floor and original beams. An inset cast iron gas fire, with decorative surround, creates a focal point and adds warmth during the cooler months. A deep-set arched recess frames the window - which is further enhanced by plantation shutters - adding a extra dimension to the 'loft' vibe. The kitchen is presented in ivory shaker style, provides plenty of space for food preparation and benefits from further original features. On the first floor, the sizable landing is currently being used as a dedicated place for study - ideal for those homeowners needing to work from home. The characterful main bedroom benefits from a full height window, whilst the rest of the room is enhanced by an exposed brick wall and timbers. Bedroom two and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Living Room 16'5" x 16'2" (5m x 4.93m). Glazed entrance door, with shutters. Window with shutters, to front aspect. Gas fire with tiled hearth and wood surround. Exposed timbers. Under stairs cupboard. Two radiators. Solid wood floor. Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen 12'9" x 7'6" (3.89m x 2.29m). Matching wall and base units with worktop over. Integrated fridge and freezer. Inset four ring gas-hob, with extractor over. Built-in oven. Belfast sink with mixer-tap. Tiled splashback. Integrated dishwasher. Integrated washing machine. Radiator. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
Landing 8'6" x 7'7" (2.6m x 2.3m). Loft access. Cupboard. Exposed beam. Radiator.
Bedroom One 14'10" x 8'7" (4.52m x 2.62m). Double-glazed window, with shutters, to front aspect. Exposed brick wall. Exposed timbers. Radiator.
Bedroom Two 11'5" x 7'6" (3.48m x 2.29m). Double-glazed window, with shutters, to front aspect. Radiator.
Bathroom 7'7" x 6'9" (2.3m x 2.06m). Panelled bath with mains-shower over. Wash-hand basin with storage under. Low-level WC. Shaving point. Fully tiled. Radiator. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
Parking One allocated space and two spaces for visitor parking
Agents note A Management Fee of £254 p.a. is charged for the upkeep of the communal areas. This is taken at six monthly intervals, being £127 for each half year.