Price £310,000 New Instruction
  • Two bedroom end of terrace house
  • Two allocated off road parking spaces
  • Popular Noak Bridge location
  • Close to local shopping facilities
  • Situated on main bus route to major town centres
  • Double bedrooms
  • Beautiful rear part walled garden
  • Easy access to A127
  • Less than ten minute drive to Basildon or Laindon Mainline train stations

This two bedroom home is situated in popular Noak Bridge and only a short walk from the local nature reserve and bus stop with regular routes to Billericay and Basildon Stations. Proudly positioned in a small cul-de-sac offering parking for two cars with a serene outlook onto the green to the front

Noak Bridge Village is on the outskirts of Billericay, near Barleylands and only a short drive into both Billericay and Basildon Town Centres where in around 30 minutes by train you can be in Central London. The Village has the benefit of being on the main bus route and has its own Restaurant/Pub, village convenience store, Medical Centre and Chemist. With a nature reserve running around one side of the village and Barleylands to the other, the Village is surrounded by green space, trees and an abundance of wildlife.

The property is along Thistle Close, a small cul-de-sac with only around 30 properties. The house has two allocated parking spaces together with parking to the roadside. Lovingly redecorated by the current owner and offering two generous double bedrooms. The spacious lounge/diner sits to the rear of the property with views of the garden. This south westerly facing garden is walled to the side and rear and being situated on the end of terrace means that it is wider than most of the neighbouring properties. This space has given the vendors considerable joy during these unprecedented times and this is evident with the well maintained shrubs and bushes, charming decked area to the rear and calming sounds from the water feature.

The house benefits from double glazed windows and doors throughout and is gas central heated.

Specification

Hallway
Wood effect flooring, under stairs storage, radiator, window to side, stairs to first floor.

Lounge/Diner 16'10" 11'7" (5.15m x 3.5m)
Wood effect flooring, two radiators, double glazed window to rear and French doors leading to the garden.

Kitchen 10'6" (5'9" (3.2m x 1.76m)
A fully fitted kitchen with space for washing machine and fridge freezer. Fitted electric oven and gas hob. Wood effect flooring. Porcelain sink sits under the double glazed window to the front.

First floor:-

Landing
Double glazed window to the side, carpet, loft access to loft space which is part boarded.

Bedroom One 11'7" x 10'3" (3.5m x 3.12m)
Carpet, double glazed window to the rear, radiator.

Bedroom Two 11'7" x 9'9" (3.5m x 2.9m)
Carpet, radiator, double glazed window to the front, airing cupboard housing water tank and providing storage.

Bathroom 7'2" x 5'5" (2.1m x 1.67m)
Bath with shower over, close coupled W.C, pedestal hand basin, radiator, part tiled walls.

Rear garden
Commencing with a paved patio area with the remainder laid to lawn with established shrubs and trees to the borders. A decked area to the rear with a convenient shed, which is to remain. There is lighting here and a water feature adjacent to the deck together with security lighting to the rear of the property. Side access. Outside tap to the front.
There are two allocated parking spaces.

EPC rating D
Council tax band C


Notice
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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