3 bedroom Detached house to rent in High Street Burnham-on-Crouch CM0

Rent: £1300 pcm

Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8AA

3 Bed(s)
-- Bath(s)
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Street Address

Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8AA

Property description

Architectural splendor...incredibly spacious and fantastically renovated three bedroom, three storey character cottage on Burnham High Street with the added benefit of a further bedroom in the self contained annex.

Abbotts Residential Lettings are pleased to offer for rent this charming three bedroom cottage in Burnham High Street situated opposite the Yacht Club. The property has been expertly renovated throughout and offers extremely spacious living accommodation over three floors, with the added benefit of a self contained annex

The ground floor of the property comprises of entrance reception room with charming brick built fireplace, modern high specification kitchen with fully integrated appliances, utility room, wet room, and exceptional lounge diner leading to double doors to the Victorian style garden. Lounge diner boasts a large roof lantern and access to wine cellar through a trap door.

The delighful garden has a patio area and footpath leading to annex with mezamine level, seating area and shower room.

The first floor comprises of two spacious double bedrooms (the larger bedroom has fully fitted wardrobes) and family bathroom which has double sink, free standing bath and separate double shower/sauna.

The second floor comprises a very impressive double bedroom with fitted triple bunk beds.

This outstanding property is available immediatley and is perfect for a family or working professionals looking for an executive home.

Viewings are via appointment only please call 01245 345454 to arrange your viewing

Burnham-on-Crouch is a town in the Maldon district of Essex in the East of England. It lies on the north bank of the River Crouch

Historically, it has benefited from its location on the coast - first as a ferry port, later as a fishing port known for its oyster beds, and most recently as a centre for yachting. There are many listed buildings in the town, including the Grade II* listed Royal Corinthian Yacht Club designed in 1931 by the modernist architect Joseph Emberton. The Mangapps Railway Museum is located nearby.
Although the town has a population of little over 7,500, it is the principal settlement in the wider Dengie peninsula area (population 20,000): it thus has facilities that are uncommon in small towns, such as a cinema and popular local magazine The Burnham & Dengie Hundred Review.
Society and culture
In September, the town holds its Illuminated Carnival, which was held for the 100th year in 2008. The carnival takes place in the High Street and Quay with stalls, sideshows and displays, and culminates with a Grand Illuminated Procession in the evening, which leaves from the Clock Tower and proceeds around the town.

In view of the town's comparatively isolated position - 20 miles from Chelmsford (the nearest large town) - Burnham-on-Crouch railway station represents a vital transport link. The station is situated on a single-line branch from Wickford and provides a direct service to Liverpool Street Station in the City of London, allowing the town's inclusion in the London commuter belt.

Burnham-on-Crouch hosts a sailing event known as 'Burnham Week'. This takes place annually, in the last week of August. The week includes competitive yacht and dinghy racing on the River Crouch. The event is shared among the four established sailing clubs in Burnham: The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club (linked to the sailing club with the same name in Cowes, Isle Of Wight), The Royal Burnham Yacht Club, The Crouch Yacht Club, and The Burnham Sailing Club.
This annual yacht regatta dates back to 1893. In the early years, Burnham Week was regarded as the last event in the sailing calendar. In the days before marinas afforded year-round access, many yachts were laid up for the winter in mud-berths on the east coast rivers. The racing fleets worked their way along the south coast, enjoying various events and regattas, having a final fling at Burnham before laying up. Today, the event is still growing strongly and the various sailing clubs produce many highly regarded sailors. The week provides a range of competitive racing events as well as a full party programme.
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Property Features :

  • Three bedroom cottage
  • Located on Burnham High Street
  • Incredibly spacious throughout
  • Exceptional design and finish
  • Fully equipped high specification kitchen
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