A well-presented mid-terrace cottage in the centre of Colchester, one of the oldest recorded towns in Britain.
With many original character features and within a 5 minute walk to the town centre, this cottage is ideal for families or small groups of friends.
On entering the property, you arrive in the spacious sitting room with comfy seating, making it an ideal place to relax after a day exploring the area.
This then takes you to the dining room with plenty of seating and a bar to take advantage of.
The well-equipped kitchen is decorated to a high standard with everything needed for those home-cooked meals with a downstairs shower room also.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms with plenty of storage as well as a feature fireplace in both with an en-suite bathroom from one of the bedrooms.
From the kitchen, the back door takes you into a good-sized enclosed lawned garden; perfect for the kids to let off steam, with a nice patio and furniture, making it an ideal place to sit and relax.
The cottage is a five minute walk to the town centre, where you will be met by fantastic places to eat, drink and shop, as well as within an easy walking distance of the train station.
There are many great visitor attractions to visit including Colchester Zoo and Colchester Castle as well as Firstsite, which is the new contemporary art gallery and cultural centre.
Why not take a visit to the classic Victorian Castle Park, which is the start of many of Colchester’s guided tours and cycle routes to the coast and countryside?
You are never far from the great outdoors, as the town is surrounded by havens of green space and beautiful countryside.
You can take a trip to Beth Chatto Gardens with plants suited to the conditions, which is a favourite haunt of some TV gardeners.
Follow the River Colne down to Mersea Island, home to the Colchester native oyster, and the ideal place to get out and enjoy the fresh sea air.
Within a 20 minute drive, you can take a visit to Dedham Vale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is home of Flatford Mills, made famous by John Constable’s painting, The Haywain.
With Colchester and the surrounding area having plenty of beautiful landscapes and parks, as well as a bustling town centre, Dutch Cottage makes and ideal place for a good holiday at any time of the year.