Periwinkle Cottage is believed to date back to around 1800 and is built in brick and flint with central section in timber frame, external elevations are largely colourwashed and the property is set under a neat thatched roof.
Periwinkle Cottage is located on the southern edge of the village set off a short private gravelled driveway shared with one other property.
The Cottage does not have its own dedicated parking area but there is an area of hardstanding on the other side of the road and traditionally the owners of Periwinkle Cottage has parked there.
The accommodation enjoys considerable character and is well presented and includes farm house style kitchen, from here there is a sitting room with a wood burning stove and exposed timbers and there are also three bedrooms and a bath/shower room.
There is private outside space, a courtyard garden which is well stocked with a small area of lawn, terrace and shrub borders. The garden is an irregular shape and about 30ft wide and about 15ft deep.
There are a number of useful facilities in the village of Manuden including a well regarded primary school and a pub/restaurant, these are both within easy walking distance.