Price £310,000 Sold STC

This delightful two bedroom end of terrace house is situated along Bridge Street and offers parking for two, a modern bathroom and kitchen and a conservatory offering plenty of downstairs living space.

Bridge Street is situated in a prime location within Noak Bridge which is in commuting distance of both Billericay and Laindon Railway Stations. They offer frequent services to either London Liverpool Street or London Fenchurch Street.

Noak Bridge has an excellent primary school and is in easy commuting distance to other schools in the area. It also boasts frequent bus routes to Billericay, Basildon, Chelmsford, Lakeside and any more destinations enroute.

This village is set in a rural location and has two shops, a pharmacy and post office/convenience store. It also hosts a medical centre, village hall and village pub/restaurant serving food at reasonable prices suitably named, 'The Noak Bridge.'

At the heart of Noak Bridge is the Nature Reserve which consists of twenty acres of meadow, scrub and woodland. Containing several ponds, the reserve attracts a variety of amphibians and dragonflies.

Barleylands is situated on the outskirts of Noak Bridge and is home to a wonderful craft centre with retail outlets as well as classes and workships. There is also a farm and farmer's market. Barleylands plays host to numerous shows/events throughout the year including a Country Show and has an excellent restaurant.

As you can see, Noak Bridge has a lot to offer property owners of all ages.

The property is double glazed throughout and has full gas central heating.

This house would suit a small family or couple looking to live in the sought after area of Noak Bridge.

The property consists of:-

Hallway

Kitchen 10'9' x 6'0' (3.28m x 1.8m)

Lounge 17'1' x 11'7' (5.21m x 3.5m)

Conservatory 10'1' x 9'5' (3.1m x 2.8m)

Bedroom One 11'8' x 10'1' (3.5m x 3.1m)

Bedroom Two 11'8' x 8'10' (3.5m x 2.7m)

Bathroom

Landing with access to the loft which is fully boarded out and idea for storage. A Ladder is fitted.
Outside space:-

Small front garden encased with a small low level fence.

Rear garden with access to the garage and car port. Part lawn part decorative stone area.

Detached garage and car port.

Council Tax Band C
EPC Rating C

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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