Price £1,250,000 Available
  • Five bedroom detached home
  • Substantial plot of approx .0.8 acres
  • Walled gravel drive to front for multiple vehicles
  • Spacious master bedroom suite with balcony overlooking the garden to rear
  • Large patio with entertainment area incorporating bar
  • Desirable south westerly aspect
  • 27ft kitchen diner
  • Quilters and Billericay School catchment

Sitting on a generous plot of 0.8 acres on the revered Noak Hill Road is this 5 bedroom detached home with main bedroom suite overlooking the beautiful south west facing garden and copse to the rear. The ground floor offers large kitchen diner open to the lounge both taking in those garden views.

Pulling onto the drive of this characterful home with its walled frontage and ample drive providing parking for multiple vehicles, what lies beyond is not immediately evident. The original bungalow extended by the current owners has been improved to incorporate five double bedrooms including a spacious master suite incorporating vaulted ceiling, central feature fire with entertainment space over, dressing area and ensuite as well as a French doors opening to reveal a balcony with the beautiful garden and copse beyond. Two further bedrooms are to the first floor with a spacious family bathroom and considerable sized galleried landing.
This overlooks the entrance hall with its practical stone tiled flooring at the heart of this home. Spanning from here are two further double bedrooms. Being to the ground floor allows for alternative uses to these rooms such as playroom, study space or even gym should you so require. To service these, there is a ground floor shower room doubling as utility area with space for appliances neatly stored away, as well as a separate cloakroom.

A light filled lounge sits to the rear of this home, modern in décor with practical wood effect Amitico floor, entertainment wall with feature inset fire, space for TV above and underlit shelving to the sides. This relaxing room is open to the kitchen with French doors onto the patio taking in the views and leading to the large patio area making this also a great entertaining home. An expansive kitchen diner, over 27ft in length, is fitted with an oak shaker style kitchen with quartz worksurfaces to one end and dining area separated by the peninsula to the other. The dual fuel range cooker will remain along with the American style fridge freezer and the kitchen incorporates an integral dishwasher and wine cooler.

It is obvious the garden of this home has been the ultimate joy to the vendors from the large entertainment area incorporating an open fronted hut combining a lounge area with lighting, power, heater and bar, separate covered Barbeque station all with the garden stretching beyond with fruit trees and bushes an additional bonus. The copse to the rear opens out at the end of the plot with shed storage and has been the source of enjoyment for the children over the years, all incorporated in this 0.8 acre plot.

Accommodation specification:


Entrance Hall 14'10' x 9'1' (4.54m x 2.78m)
Lounge 19'4' x 16'4' (5.88m x 4.99m)
Kitchen/Breakfast room 28' x 10'11' (8.54m x 3.33m)
Shower room/utility
Bedroom four 13'11' x 9'10" (4.24m x 2.99m)
Bedroom five/reception 11'11' x 10' (3.04m x 3.63m)

Galleried Landing
Master bedroom suite incorporating dressing area 28'1' x 14'9' (8.56m x 4.48m)
Bedroom two 13'' x 10'2" (3.11m x 3.96m)
Bedroom three 13'' x 8'10' (3.96m x 2.69m)
Family bathroom

Drive to Front
Expansive garden to rear
The home is double glazed throughout with heating and hot water supplied by the approx. 2 year old gas Baxi boiler with pressurised system and radiators throughout.

EPC rating D
Council Tax Band F

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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