An outstanding detached village house with a light and free-flowing interior standing in established gardens of about 0.8 acres in the highly sought-after village of Nayland. The property is walking distance of good amenities and has easy access to Colchester Station.
Fairfield is a superb family house quietly situated on the edge of the ever popular village of Nayland yet within easy walking distance of the local amenities. The property was built in the early 1960’s by Deaves, a well respected firm at that time and extended by the present owners about 10 years ago.
The tastefully presented accommodation is well suited to both families and entertaining focussed around a superb light and bright L-shaped drawing room and the well-equipped ‘Aga’ kitchen/breakfast room with Travertine floor, granite and oak worksurfaces and a superb dresser. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, two with ensuites and a family bathroom.
Nayland in the Stour Valley is an area that is designated of “Outstanding Natural Beauty” and is renowned as Constable Country, being famous for many of the works of the artist John Constable. This exceptional village has an active community with facilities including a school, restaurant/public house, shops, post office, doctors’ surgery, dentists and a Church. Nearby Colchester provides extensive shopping, cultural and recreational facilities whilst the commuter can take advantage of train services from Colchester to London’s Liverpool Street Station, the journey taking from approximately 47 minutes.
The gardens are a very special feature of the property, amounting to about 0.8 acres. Set well back from Stoke Road behind a mature Beech hedge and cluster of Silver Birch trees, a gravel drive provides parking for several cars and access to the double garage. Wide paved terraces surround the property to the south and west whilst the secluded rear gardens is mainly laid to sweeping lawns bounded by numerous mature trees and shrubs.