Price £435,000 New Instruction
  • 3 Bedroom semi detached house
  • Single garage with block paved drive for two cars
  • Westerly facing garden
  • Popular Noak Bridge Village location
  • On main 300 bus route
  • Close to local nature reserve
  • En-suite to main bedroom
  • Conservatory

We are delighted to present to the market this 3 bedroom semi-detached family home with single garage and drive for two cars, conservatory and ensuite to main bedroom. The property is situated in a sought after location in popular Noak Bridge Village.

The ground floor opens up into the entrance hall and is comprised of a large living room with understair storage, kitchen and separate dining room which is open to the conservatory overlooking the garden. Stairs, located in the entrance hall, leads up to the first floor which includes two double bedrooms (the main bedroom with ensuite shower), a single bedroom and the family bathroom.

Externally the property features a small hedge lined front garden and established tree with block paved drive to the side for two cars leading to the single garage. This has an up and over door with power and lighting inside with courtesy door into the rear garden. The rear westerly facing garden extends behind the garage and is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and initial paved patio from the conservatory. There is gated access to the front.

With this style of house there is the added benefit of being able to extend into the loft and create a four bedroom home with three bathrooms, subject to any permissions required. The property is double glazed with the windows being replaced just 5 years ago and is gas centrally heated with radiators throughout. The water and heating are supplied by the six year old combi boiler.

The property is close to all local amenities, including the beautiful local nature reserve and has good access to public transport situated on the Chelmsford-Billericay-Basildon 300 bus route. Barleylands Craft Centre is located just a 15 minute walk away with farm for children, tea rooms, A La Carte Restaurant and craft outlets. In the opposite direction you can reach Pipps Hill Retail Park within a 20 minute walk or 5 minute car journey. The village itself boasts a village hall, Primary School and nursery, local shop, Post Office and Pharmacy as well a medical centre making this ideal place for all.


Entrance Hall

Lounge 15'6' x 12'10 (4.74m x 3.92m)

Diner 11'1' x 8 ‘6' (3.38m x 2.6m)

Kitchen 11 x 7'4' (3.35m x 2.25m)

Conservatory 9 x 9 (2.74m x 2.74m)

First Floor

Bedroom one -12'6 x 9'7 (3.82m x 2.93m)

Ensuite 9'6' x 2'8' (2.91 x .8m)

Bedroom two 11'4' x 9'6' (3.46m x 2.91m)

Bedroom three 10'4' x 6'4' (3.16m x 1.95m)

Bathroom 6'11' x 6'3' (2.12m x 1.93m)

Detached Garage

EPC rating D
Council Tax Band D

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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