Guide Price £550,000 Available
  • Three bedrooms
  • Character property
  • Off street parking
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • Central Billericay location with short walk to High Street and Station
  • Quilter's and Billericay School catchment
  • Potential to extend (STPP)

Superbly located in central Billericay within a stone's throw of the High Street and mainline train station, we are delighted to offer this three bedroom semi-detached Victorian house. This warm character home, enjoyed by the current family for over twenty years, has previously been extended in the 1970's. With space to the side there is definitely opportunity here to enlarge further (STPP).

Drawing onto the drive with parking for two cars you take the steps to the half glazed front door. Stepping inside you are greeted by rooms with traditional features mixed with a contemporary style. The square cosy lounge with its feature fireplace, beamed ceiling and engineered wood flooring leads through to the country style kitchen to the rear. With traditional red tiled floor, this solid wood kitchen is complemented with granite work surfaces, integrated appliances, including Rangemaster oven and hob with overmantle style surround and a butler style undermount sink overlooking the garden to the rear. A further reception room and dining room set over a split level occupy the extension to the side. Taking the quaint stairs to the first floor, with bespoke storage incorporated, you are greeted with three bedrooms continuing the traditional theme with rustic wooden latched doors and the added benefit of fitted wardrobes the main bedroom. The bathroom on a split level with polished wood floor offers a four piece bathroom suite complete with majestic freestanding slipper bath and large separate shower.

The rear south facing garden is levelled to provide separate patio space and raised garden. A garden shed with power provides both utility and storage space.

The property is gas centrally heated with radiators with new combi boiler being installed just 4 years ago.

Specification:

Entrance hall
Half glazed front door to front, open to:

Lounge 12'5' x 10'11' (3.81m x 3.34m)
Engineered wood flooring, feature fireplace with tiled base and stone mantle, beamed ceiling, window to front aspect, open access to:

Kitchen 10'1' x 8'1' (3.09m x 2.47m)
Solid wooden distressed style cottage kitchen, granite work surfaces incorporating undermount sink, Integrated fridge and washing machine, fitted Rangemaster electric oven and gas hob, beamed ceiling, tiled floor, bespoke under stair storage. Open to:

Hall
Tiled area leading to rear door and garden, further access to dining room.

Dining room 9'5' X 7'8' (2.34m X 2.89m)
Engineered wood flooring, mock beamed ceiling, window to rear, glazed double doors and step down to:

Reception room 14'6' x 7'8' (4.44m x 2.35m)
Engineered wood flooring, windows to front and side aspect, mock beamed ceiling, cupboards housing boiler and meters.

Stairs to first floor:
Carpeted onto landing which is split level and leads to all rooms

Bedroom one 10'11' x 10'8' (3.34m x 3.26m) to wardrobes
Carpeted with window to front aspect, two double fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom two 11'10' x 9'10' (3.62m x 3.02m)
Polished wooden floor boards, window to side aspect.

Bedroom three 8'10' x 7'9' (2.7m x 2.37m)
Polished wooden floor boards, window to front aspect.

Family bathroom 9'7' x 7'11' (2.93m x 2.42m)
Freestanding slipper bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, large shower cubicle with rainshower over, pedestal hand basin and low level W.C., polished wood floor and half panelled walls, window to rear aspect, loft access point which is part boarded.

EPC D
Council Tax Band D


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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