Guide Price £700,000 New Instruction
  • A great location!
  • Outbuilding too at the rear
  • Ample internal space
  • Quilter's and Billericay School catchments
  • Walking distance to Billericay mainline train station
  • Four good size bedrooms
  • The main bedroom is huge!
  • Drive for parking leading to integral garage
  • Short walk to High Street for local shops and restaurants
  • Plans granted for front extension incorporating en-suite to bedroom

Located in the heart of Billericay and a short stroll to the High Street and station is this deceptively spacious four bedroom semi-detached tardis of a home! Thoughtfully extended over time, offering excellent family accommodation with secluded established rear garden and versatile outbuilding.

Having lived here for around 35 years the happy times enjoyed by the family are conveyed in the owner's passion, care and gradual expansion of the home. Now moving onto the next chapter, this home is offered for another family to enjoy the convenience of its location, great space and to make it their own. For those with children, being in the catchment of the ‘Outstanding' Ofsted rated Quilter's Infant and Junior schools and ‘Good' for The Billericay School will be an added bonus.

Arriving at the property, you pull onto the block paved drive to the front where you will note the single integral garage with automatic garage door. Entering this home, an initial porch leads through to the entrance hall where the focal point is the open staircase enticing you up and round to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a good expanse of wooden wall and base units, electric eye-level double oven and five ring gas hob with a door providing side access and the breakfast area is enhanced by the bay window to the front.
Heading to the rear of the property, the expansive lounge not only opens up with French doors to the beautiful rear garden but incorporates, with bi-folding doors, the conservatory taking full advantage of the sunny south facing aspect here. Providing great flow to the downstairs living space, further bi-folding doors open to the formal dining room giving the option of an open plan feel. An ever convenient ground floor cloakroom completes the accommodation before heading to the first floor.

An impressive main bedroom, approximately 26ft in length, boasts a spacious dressing area and dual aspect windows provide tranquil views of the tree-lined garden. Three further double bedrooms are on offer, with one currently in use as a large study. The family bathroom, fully tiled in a neutral natural stone, complements the solid wood vanity units with counter top sink mounted on a contrasting marble surface. The white suite comprises of bath with shower handset tap, separate corner shower and W.C. The loft space can be access from the landing and is boarded to the centre with a ladder and lighting. This is where the boiler and the replaced hot water cylinder can be found.

With French doors leading from both the lounge and the conservatory, the initial patio area provides the perfect spot for entertaining and dining. A path from here meanders passed the established flower borders and lawn to the tree lined garden to the rear revealing a large outbuilding with power, perfect for a variety of uses such as gym, workshop, teenage den, separate office space etc.

The current owners have certainly taken pride in their home with quality and good craftsmanship their priority. The property is double glazed throughout and is gas centrally heated with radiators. There are lots of building options available to you in terms of potential to extend to the front, installing an ensuite in the main bedroom, removing walls to create open plan living and a two storey extension to the rear, all subject to the usual planning permission consents. We have plans in the office for inspection to extend the front bedrooms.

Please view the walk through video tour to appreciate the space and accommodation on offer.
Entrance Porch
Kitchen/breakfast room 19'3 x 7'7' (5.89m X 2.31m)
Lounge 26'6' X 11'4' (8.1m X 3.46m)
Dining room 14'2' x 7'11' (4.32m x 2.42m)
Conservatory 11'8' x 8'1' (3.57m x 2.47m)

Bedroom one 26'1' x 11'1' (7.95m x 3.39m)
Bedroom two 10'6' x 10'6' (3.22m x 3.22m)
Bedroom three 10'6' x 8'10' (3.21m x 2.7m)
Bedroom four 10'1' x 8'9' (3.09m x 2.69m)
Bathroom 9'9' x 6'4' (2.99m x 1.95m)

Single integral garage

Outbuilding to rear 19'2' x 16'11' (5.85m x 50.17)

EPC rating D
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.

Floor Plan
EER Chart

The Energy-Efficiency Rating is a measure of a home's overall efficiency. The higher the rating, the more energy-efficient the home is, and the lower the fuel bills are likely to be.

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