Brook Street, Colne Engaine

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Bedrooms: 4

44 Brook Street is a well-presented four bedroom detached family home, located in the well-regarded village of Colne Engaine.

The property is comprised of two double bedrooms, two single bedrooms (one utilised as an office), sitting room, kitchen / breakfast room, utility room and conservatory, there is off-road parking for two vehicles.

Enclosed rear garden with farmland views.

Gas Central Heating | EPC D


Set back from the road, a storm porch welcomes you to the property providing access to the entrance hallway beyond.

The sitting room with Parquet flooring also features an attractive open fireplace.

Beyond the sitting room is the kitchen / breakfast room which benefits from a range style oven and contains space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. There is ample storage provided by a good array of cupboards and drawers as well as the additional benefit of a pantry.

Adjacent to the kitchen is the utility room, housing the gas boiler as well as providing space and plumbing for a further washing machine as well as space for both an under-counter fridge and free-standing fridge-freezer.

To the side of the utility room is the ground floor shower room, with shower cubicle (with rainfall showerhead), toilet, handbasin and heated towel rail.

The fourth bedroom (adjacent to the utility room) is also utilised as a work from home office / study space.

The conservatory completes the ground floor and benefits from radiator heating.

Ascending the stairs to the first floor, both the master bedroom (to the front) and the second bedroom (to the rear) benefit from built in wardrobe space. The third bedroom is a single to the front.

The family bathroom completes the internal accommodation and is comprised of a double ended bath, with shower screen and rainfall shower head, handbasin, toilet and heated towel rail.


To the front of the property there is off road parking for two vehicles, and gated side access to the rear garden.

To the rear of the property and adjacent to the conservatory is the patio, which is an excellent space for relaxing and entertaining whilst enjoying views of the garden and rolling farmland views beyond.

The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn.


The sought-after village of Colne Engaine is located on the Essex / Suffolk border and the village amenities include a primary school (rated as good at the latest Ofsted report), local convenience store with post office counter and popular public house.

The village of Earls Colne is a short driveway and provides a wider range of facilities including a small supermarket, chemists, doctors' surgery, dentists and a range of popular eateries.

Slightly further afield is the city of Colchester with mainline rail service to London Liverpool Street in around 55 minutes as well as all the leisure, recreational and shopping facilities expected of a major regional centre as well as first rate secondary education options.

Nicholas Percival - Colchester (Sales)

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