Guide Price £1,350,000 New Instruction
  • Five bedrooms
  • Impressive entrance hall
  • Open plan Kitchen/Breakfast/family room
  • Views over fields
  • Four ensuite bathrooms
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Set over three floors
  • Offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN

Stunning five bedroom home lovingly refurbished by the current vendors over the last two years. Offering spacious living accommodation set over three floors including striking kitchen family room with bi-folding doors opening onto the rear garden and four ensuites bathrooms.

With views over fields to the front, this perfect family home is situated a stone's throw from the iconic 14th century St Mary Magdalene Church with pleasant walks locally yet within easy reach of Billericay High Street, mainline station and local schools.

This impressive home with its shingle drive to the front welcomes you into the substantial yet warm entrance hall. At the heart of this home, all rooms radiate from here, with a formal dining room with views to the front and separate study. Double doors draw you through to the bespoke country style kitchen with traditional range with overmantle with modern touches creating a contemporary feel. This superb family space is accentuated by the breakfast/family room open from the kitchen with space for dining and relaxing enjoying the view of the garden. Bi-folding doors opening fully onto the sandstone patio creating a superb entertainment space for those summer days and cosy light filled space in the winter with its lantern ceiling allowing the winter sun to flood in. A separate formal large square lounge together with a cloakroom and storage complete the ground floor accommodation. Four good size double bedrooms grace the first floor, three complete with ensuites and a family bathroom. You take in the view once again before climbing the stairs to the second floor where this spacious bedroom/studio greets you enhanced by a further ensuite.

The shingle drive to the front provides parking for multiple vehicles with an integral garage. This continues to the side of the property to the rear southerly facing sunny garden where the feature sandstone patio leads you onto the mainly lawned garden. The whole plot measures approx. 0.21 acres.


Entrance hall 25'1' x 17'10' (7.66m x 5.44m)

Lounge 18'2' x 18'1' (5.55m x 5.53m)

Dining room 19'7' x 11'11' (5.99m x 3.63m)

Kitchen 21'8' x 19' (6.6m x 5.81m)
Breakfast/family room 21'8' x 10'1'

Study 9'2' x 7'4' (2.81m x 2.25m)

Cloakroom 9'10' x 2'11' (3.01m x .19m)

Storage room

First floor:
Landing 22'5' x 19'1' max (6.84m x 5.82m)

Bedroom one 19'9' x 15'5' (6.04m x 4.71m)
Ensuite 10' x 9'6' (3.07m x 2.9m)

Bedroom two 15'6' x 12'1' (4.73m x 3.7m)
Dressing room 7'3' x 5'11' (2.21m x 1.82m)
Ensuite 7'9' x 3'5' (2.37m x 1.06m)

Bedroom three 15'5' x 14'4' (4.71m x 4.38m)
Ensuite 7'9' x 3'5' (2.37m x 1.06m)

Bedroom four 15'5' x 12'8' (4.71m x 3.88m)

Family bathroom 10'8' x 10'1' (3.27m x 3.1m)

Second floor:

Small landing space with storage takes you through to:
Bedroom five 20'4' x 16'1' (6.22m x 5.16m)
Ensuite 11'1' x 6'10' (3.38m x 2.09m)

Integral garage

The property has been extended and loving refurbished by the current owner and their personal investment and sourcing of materials is evident when viewing. Some touches include tailored sash windows throughout most of the house and bespoke solid wood kitchen with granite work surfaces and stylish flooring. The property is heated by two gas boilers located in the garage, operated on a three tier zone system for efficiency.

EPC rating TBC
Council tax band E

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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