- Grade II Listed
- Exposed Brickwork Throughout
- Exposed Beams Throughout This Home
- Kelvedon Village Location
- Walking Distance To Kelvedon Mainline Station
- Small Courtyard Style Outside Space
- Close To All Amenities Within The Village
Built in 1818 by the Rolley Family, this residence is steeped in history and exudes an enduring character and charm. Throughout the house, you'll find exposed beams and brickwork, lending a distinctive and timeless ambiance to every nook and cranny.
Sunlight pours into every corner of this home, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. As you step inside, you'll encounter practical storage space, a kitchen that opens onto the rear courtyard, and a staircase leading to the first floor, where a bedroom and lounge await. Ascend to the next level, and you'll discover an additional bedroom and bathroom.
For added convenience, this property boasts a garage that can be used to house a vehicle or provide ample storage space. There was planning permission applied for several years ago to convert the garage into another reception room. This has now lapsed.
Nestled just off Kelvedon High Street, Rolley Lane offers proximity to a variety of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, and bus stops. The location is truly exceptional, combining the comforts of a historic village with modern conveniences.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to own a piece of Kelvedon's rich history. This property is not only a place to call home but also a promising investment for the discerning buyer.
Council tax band: C