Price £230,000 New Instruction
  • One bedroom semi-detached bungalow
  • Communal gardens
  • Shower wet room
  • Open plan large lounge/diner/kitchen
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • Over 55's complex
  • Residents and visitor parking
  • Bright sunny aspect
  • Popular Noak Bridge Village

A quaint one bedroom bungalow positioned in a quiet courtyard setting of a complex for the over 55's in the popular village of Noak Bridge. Conveniently situated on the main bus route and with local shop and services just a short walk away.
Noak Bridge, for those not familiar with the Village, has seven ponds, green spaces and a unique Nature Reserve which can be walked within 40 minutes and is a nice way to spend time getting to see the area and the local wildlife.
The village is situated North of Basildon and a short drive away from Billericay High Street and minutes away from Barleylands Craft Centre where you can find small independent businesses together with Tea Rooms, cafes and a quality restaurant. Also ideally positioned for the larger shopping retail parks just a five minute drive.
Bridgecote Lane's leafy tree lined verges are set amongst various style semi and detached homes along with this retirement complex and was built from 1982, the lane runs to a small cul-de-sac. The complex offers residents and visitor parking in the well-kept courtyards.
The bungalow, located at the far end of the complex, sits in a quiet position overlooking a sunny communal garden to the rear. Entering the property into the spacious hallway there is ample space for furniture storage together with convenient airing cupboard and built in utility storage. Loft access is provided here. The bathroom has been appropriately refitted as a wet room with electric shower, low level W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Continuing through to the living accommodation, the open plan lounge/diner and kitchen are ideally positioned to take advantage of the sunny south facing position with feature fireplace and gas fire in situ. A bay window with a door gives ramped access to the garden and footpaths to the local green spaces. The kitchen provides good range of units with integrated undercounter fridge and freezer together with electric oven and gas hob. A porcelain sink sits under the window which overlooks the courtyard to the front.
The bedroom offers double wardrobes with over bed storage and is positioned with a westerly facing window which takes advantage of the evening sunshine. Additional built in cupboard affords even more storage.

The property is gas centrally heated with radiators to all rooms and a Baxi back boiler and is double glazed throughout.

**Video tour available**

Ground rent £35pa
Service charge approx. £130 pm
125 year lease from 1984

Specification:
Entrance Hall 11'6' x 5'6' (3.51m x 1.69m)
Lounge/diner 16'5' x 11'8' plus bay (5m x 3.56m)
Kitchen 8'8' x 9' (2.64m x 2.74m)
Bedroom 13'42 x 8'5' (4.06m x 2.57m)
Shower room 7'2' x 5'7' (2.18m x 1.7m)

Council Tax Band B
EPC Rating E


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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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