Guide Price £600,000
***GUIDE PRICE £600,000 - £625,000*** Situated along a prestigious cul-de-sac in popular Noak Bridge is this large four bedroom detached family home. The house sits on a good size plot with ample parking. Newly fitted hard wood double glazed windows throughout and recently replaced boiler. The fitted kitchen has been hand made from solid hardwood with Granite work tops and finished with Granite splashbacks.
Noak Bridge is a quaint village of only 1000 properties and this house sits nicely along Kimberley Drive which is close to the 100 bus route and in close proximity of the Medical Centre with its male and female Doctors and Nursing staff.
The Village convenience store is a short walk away along with the local chemist and Primary School. The school is single form entry with around 200 children in the whole school and has a Pre-school attached.
Noak Bridge, for those not familiar with the Village, has seven ponds, several 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.
Many residents travel into London for work and either get the 100 bus to Basildon or Billericay Main Line Stations (where within 30 minutes you will be in Central London, either Fenchurch Street or Liverpool Street) or park your car at Laindon Station for a small charge each day.
Carpet fitted, radiator, smooth ceiling, coving. Door leading to dining room and ground floor cloakroom.
W.C and wash hand basin in vanity unit, mirror with backlight, tiled floor, double glazed window, heated towel rail.
Lounge 16`7" x 13`2" (5m x 4m)
Carpet, French doors leading to rear garden, two double glazed windows to dual aspect, coving, radiator, gas fire, leading to kitchen.......
Kitchen 15`2" x 7`11" (4.6m x 2.4m)
A fully fitted kitchen with integral appliances, granite work tops and granite splashbacks, tiled floor, plenty of storage space, eye level grill and oven, hob, door leading to the rear garden. The kitchen has been made to measure with solid hardwood cabinet doors.
Dining Room 14`5" x 7`9" (4.4m x 2.3m)
Carpet, coving, stairs leading to first floor, radiator.
Main bedroom with ensuite 13`3" x 9`7" (4m x 2.9m)
Carpet, double glazed window, radiator, fitted wardrobes, coving.
Ensuite with shower, W.C. wash hand basin in vanity unit, smooth ceiling with downlights. double glazed window. heated towel rail.
Bedroom two 13`3" x 6`0" (4m x 1.8m)
Carpet, radiator, coving, double glazed window, fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom three 8`1" x 7`8" (2.47m x 2.3m)
Carpet, radiator, double glazed window, fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom four 8`1" x 7`8" (2.4m x 2.3m)
Carpet, radiator, built in wardrobes, two double glazed windows.
Bathroom 7`10" x 6`6" (2.4m x 2m)
Bath with shower over, tiled floor, heated towel rail, W.C and wash hand basin in vanity unit. Double glazed window.
To the front there is ample parking for two cars on the driveway, garage and a further car port. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with several large patio areas. Water feature.The garden faces west. There is side access and access to the garage.
EPC band D
Council tax band F
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