- Three/Four double bedrooms
- Large square lounge with patio doors to rear garden
- Four piece en-suite to main bedroom
- Less than one mile to Billericay mainline train station
- Impressive kitchen /diner with vaulted ceiling
- Block paved drive providing parking for several cars
- Separate utility space
- Brick built additional office/storage space to the rear garden
Substantial extended three/four bedroom detached home situated in the popular Brightside school catchment and less than a mile from Billericay mainline train station. This spacious home offers an impressive kitchen/diner with vaulted ceiling together with four piece en-suite to the main bedroom.
From the outside, this home with its chalet style appearance definitely deceives you! The block paved drive to the front provides ample parking several vehicles and you enter through the porched front door into a spacious entrance hall. You are drawn immediately through to the rear of the property where the large lounge with French doors opening to the garden is revealed. Double doors lead through to the impressive kitchen/diner with its vaulted ceiling and Velux windows throwing light onto the kitchen space. The kitchen offers a considerable range of wall and base units in a Shaker style with contrasting granite work surfaces. The Britannia range cooker with six ring gas hob and double electric oven with chimney style stainless steel cooker hood matches the impressive nature of this kitchen. Other free standing appliances here can be negotiated should they be required. French doors open out onto the rear garden from the dining area providing a great social space. Conveniently the separate utility room is located from here and provides access to the ground floor cloakroom and internal door to the attached garage. For those working from home, a study looks out to the front aspect and a further reception/bedroom is provided on this floor.
The first floor reveals three large double bedrooms. The main bedroom is fitted with wardrobes to one complete wall with remarkable sized four piece modern white en-suite, consisting of bath, corner shower, W.C and wall hung basin. Also fitted with a four piece suite, the family bathroom is modernised in the same style.
With a west facing secluded garden you can take advantage of those sunny afternoons and evening sunshine on the paved patio. The remainder of the garden features the lawn with raised beds around housing mature shrubs and trees. A bonus brick built office/storage sits to the rear.
Study 10'4 x 10'2 (3.14m x 3.1m)
Reception room/Bedroom four 11'7 x 8'6 (3.53m x 2.58m)
Lounge 21'10 x 15'9 (6.65m x 4.79m)
Open plan Kitchen/Diner
Kitchen area 21'7 x 9'1 (6.57m x 2.76m)
Dining area 17'9 x 9'5" (5.42m x 2.88m)
Utility Room 7'5 x 6'5 (2.26m x 1.96m)
Ground Floor Cloakroom
Main bedroom 13'5 to wardrobes x 11'7 (4.08 x 3.66m)
En-suite 10'4 x 6'3 (3.14m x 1.91m)
Bedroom two 13'5 x 10'6 (4.09m x 3.53m)
Bedroom three 14'8 x 10'10 (4.46m x 3.31m)
Family bathroom 10'1 x 8'2 (3.08m x 2.48m)
Brick built outbuilding/office
The property has UPVC double glazing throughout.
Heat and hot water are provided by the boiler replaced in March 2020.
The loft space is boarded with lighting and access ladder.
Facias and Soffits are replaced with UPVC
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EPC Rating D
Council Tax Band F
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