Background & History
The property is believed to date back in part, possibly 100 years, enjoying a characterful cottage style interior complemented by its traditional country kitchen/breakfast room and with the further advantage of a large ground floor master suite with its own en-suite and access onto the delightful sheltered terrace areas.
There are also three first floor double size bedrooms, one with a further en-suite and the remaining two rooms are link-through (twin rooms), linked via an additional 'Jack & Jill' style en-suite. These two rooms could equally provide suitable teenage suite arrangements, if required and there is also access onto a balcony style roof area.
Separate gated access leads to the equestrian facilities with extensive stable yard and parking areas, a triple cart lodge garage (or alternative hay storage area) and in total 5 full size stables (including a large corner foaling box). The yard adjoins a floodlit 40 x 20m manege accompanied by 5 paddocks
Setting & Location
The Endway is a country road which heads off to Southminster, just off the B1010 (Woodham to Burnham route). The property is situated on the periphery of Althorne village, typically an Essex coastal farming region with attractive surrounding countryside and elevated views across to the estuary.
The property is situated to the front of its substantial 3.75 acre plot with parking for two cars to one side and additional parking via the yard gate, where there is room for numerous vehicles including a horsebox/trailers, together with a triple open-front cart lodge garage building. All of the paddocks are adjoining and the immediate garden areas provide a delightful landscaped area for entertaining, complemented by a bespoke brick & timber constructed Gazebo. Views across farmland can be enjoyed to the rear.
Althorne sits between Latchingdon and Burnham-on-Crouch. The village has its own Branch line Station (Althorne) approximately 1.5 miles away, where there is also access down to the Marina.