- GUIDE PRICE £580,000 - £630,000
- Open kitchen/diner
- Ground floor bedroom/playroom
- Quaint location in conservation area of Noak Bridge
- Close to shopping facilities
- 4/5 bedrooms
- Garage with driveway
- Easy access to A127 leading to M25
GUIDE PRICE** £580,000 - £630,000 ** This attractive four/five bedroom double fronted detached home is set in a tranquil setting, positioned in the sought after conservation area of Noak Bridge village. Offering separate study, open kitchen to dining area/conservatory, en-suite and garage with drive for two cars.
Turning into Littlehurst Lane the quaint nature of the road is evident, the properties here oozing character accentuated by the picket fenced lawns and established trees lining the way. The sign posts indicate the way of the footpaths through the village leading you past the various ponds and green spaces around. Noak Bridge Nature Reserve just a very short walk away consists of 20 acres of mixed grassland, scrub, developing woodland and small ponds.
Taking the path to the front door of this property, the picket fenced front garden with established shrubs and trees offers a beautiful welcome to the home. Inside you will be delighted to find a spacious lounge with patio doors leading to the rear garden. The kitchen has been opened up and extended with a conservatory to the rear creating a wonderfully light dining area. Two further receptions rooms benefiting from the bays to the front, allow for separate study and ground floor bedroom/playroom together with the ever convenient cloakroom.
An impressive galleried landing greets you as you take the stairs up and round to the first floor with a window overlooking the front garden. The main bedroom offers large built in wardrobe storage and ensuite shower. The accommodation is completed with three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Externally the easterly facing private rear garden offers a decked area accessed from both the lounge and conservatory, perfect for alfresco dining. The remainder being mostly laid to lawn with beds containing shrubs and path to rear access to the single garage. Here you will find plumbing for utilities and storage to the eaves. The drive immediately in front allows parking for two vehicles.
This leafy lane appears you are in the middle of the country, yet is so close to all amenities. The village of Noak Bridge lays between the towns of both Billericay and Basildon and as such is conveniently placed with great road links and both towns boast mainline railway stations, from Billericay into Liverpool Street and from Laindon or Basildon into Fenchurch Street. There are also fantastic shopping facilities close by.
Entrance hall 11'6' x 7'7 (3.53m x 2.33m)
Cloakroom 5'4' x 2'10' (1.65m x .87m)
Lounge 16'11' x 11'3' (5.317m x 3.45m)
Study 8'8' x 7'6' into bay (2.65m x 2.3m)
Bedroom five/playroom 12'7' into bay x 9'1' (3.84m x 2.79m)
Kitchen 10'7' X 8'9' (3.23m X 2.68m)
Conservatory/dining area 12'5' x 11'9' (3.79m x 3.59m)
Part galleried landing
Access to loft space with ladder, power and houses boiler.
Main bedroom 11'6' X 10'8' to wardrobes (3.51m x 3.26m)
En-suite 8'3' x 3' (2.54m x .93m)
Bedroom two 11' x 9'4' (3.36m x 2.85m)
Bedroom three 8'3' x 8'2' (2.52m x 2.51m)
Bedroom four 9'9' X 7'1' (2.97m X 2.17m)
Family bathroom 6'10' x 6'6' (2.06m x 2m)
Garage with drive to front for two cars with plumbing for utilities and eave storage.
The property is gas centrally heated with approx three year old boiler serviced annually.
EPC Rating D
Council Tax Band F
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