Price £350,000 Sale Agreed
  • Great potential to extend (STPP)
  • Spacious lounge
  • Off street parking
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Garage
  • Great Burstead location

**A RARE OPPORTUNITY ** This three bedroom, semi-detached bungalow situated in picturesque Great Burstead, offers huge potential. With a good existing footprint, the opportunity is here to extend further (STPP) and create a superb family home.

Great Burstead, in the semi-rural part of Billericay, is surrounded by farmland yet has easy access to transport links, bus routes and facilities. The parish church, St Mary Magdalene sits on a hill just a short walk away and the village green, with its parade of local shops opposite can provide everything you could need. Positioned within this local community, you will soon feel at home.

With its own drive to the front, you not only have off road parking but garage space too. Currently with a large flower border, there is the potential to accommodate more vehicle space if required. The home its self provides three good sized bedrooms all positioned towards the front of the bungalow. Large windows allow the light to fill these rooms. The fully tiled bathroom with its white suite, houses a corner bath with mood lighting, storage and shelving. The entrance hall flows through the centre opening up to the spacious lounge to the rear, this being accentuated by the windows providing an un-interrupted view of the garden. The kitchen with a range of white units and contrasting worktops leads through to a conservatory currently supplying space for utilities. This useful additional space could provide a lovely breakfast /dining area. The secluded rear garden has an initial paved area with the remainder being mostly laid to lawn.

This property would comfortably suit a family but also lends itself to those wanting a project. Similar properties in this area have been extended and improved considerably.

Entrance Hall 14`8` x 3`7` (4.5m x 1.1m)
UPVC front door, laminate flooring, spotlights to ceiling, storage cupboard (meters housed here), loft access (being part boarded).

Lounge 18`4` x 13`9` (5.61m x 4.2m)
Extended out to the rear, carpeted, spotlights to ceiling, built in display cupboards, radiator.

Kitchen 9` x 8`7` (2.7mx 2.63m)
Range of white wall and base units with contrasting dark grey roll edge worktops, space for freestanding cooker, window to side and rear, tile effect flooring, radiator. Opening through to additional utility space/conservatory with access to covered storage space to side of property and door to rear garden.

Bedroom 1 12`2` x 9`11` (3.72m x 3.04m) into wardrobes
Carpeted, large range of fitted wardrobes and drawers, window to front, radiator.

Bedroom 2 10`4` x 9`8` (3.17m x 3m)
Carpeted, window to front, spotlights to ceiling, radiator.

Bedroom 3 8`6` x 8`5` (2.6m x 2.57m)
Carpeted, window to side, radiator.

Bathroom 8` x 5`2` (2.5m x 1.6m)
White suite comprising of corner bath, wall mounted sink and low level W.C. fully tiled walls, built in storage, windows to side.

Outside space
Paved front driveway with low level wall edging borders with established shrubs leading to attached garage with up and over door. Path to front door.

Rear garden with initial paved patio area and remainder being laid to lawn.

Covered area to side of property accessed from the rear of the garage or via utility space.

Council Tax Band D
EPC Rating D


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