LONGROW is a surprisingly spacious terraced cottage conveniently located in the village of Sewards End, approx. 1 mile from the popular town of Saffron Walden. The cottage has been in the same family for many years and the current owners have extended the cottage to create much larger living accommodation. Longrow also benefits from double glazing throughout. The well stocked and maintained front and rear gardens have several sheds and rear pedestrian access. A wide gravelled forecourt provides parking for numerous vehicles. Accommodation comprises an entrance hall with large airing cupboard, leading to both a shower room and well appointed family bathroom. The main sitting room has a Victorian cast iron fireplace with gas real-flame fire, pine mantelpiece and a shelved cupboard in the chimney recess. The sitting room opens to a large dining area with laminate flooring throughout. Adjacent to the dining area is the kitchen which is fitted with a good range of wall and base units incorporating an integrated fridge-freezer, gas hob with electric oven, small dishwasher and breakfast bar area. A large utility room provides further storage and houses the gas fired boiler, with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble-dryer. A separate utility cupboard has high level cupboards with space for a further fridge-freezer. The garden room at the rear of the property has French doors which open to the rear garden. The first floor landing leads to the 3 double bedrooms with two fitted wardrobes to the main bedroom and to bedroom 3.
OUTSIDE, the property is approached over a gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles and is enclosed by a picket fence. The front garden (44ft deep) is well stocked with a brick paved pathway and terraced seating area. The rear garden measures approx. 97ft x 23ft and is divided into 3 areas; to the immediate rear of the property is a built-in BBQ area with a raised decked terrace with gravelled and paved pathway leading onto a further brick terrace with well stocked raised beds which then leads onto a range of 4 sheds, together with a greenhouse and raised vegetable beds. The largest shed at the far end of the garden measures 11' 6" x 9' 7" and is accessed via a communal rear pedestrian pathway.