- 3 bedroom character property
- Stones throw from the High Street
- Very close proximity to local nature reserve
- Modern open plan living
- Easy walking distance to Mainline train station
**Guide Price £350,000 - £360,000** We are delighted to offer this charming, iconic three bedroom town house right in the heart of Billericay. Conveniently located a stones throw from the town centre and a further five minute walk to the mainline station this delightful, modernised open plan property is ideal for the city commuter!
While so conveniently located, you can also enjoy the best of both worlds as Mill Meadow Nature reserve, a 90 acre site, is accessed literally across the road.
With an initial entrance porch, you enter this cottage style home through a modern glass and oak door. Here, this warm home opens up into a great open plan living space with the current furniture defining lounge and dining options. The contemporary high gloss kitchen to the rear, housing a large stainless steel range, definitely lends itself to a great sociable entertainment space. French doors open out to the quaint courtyard garden. The colour of the limestone flooring throughout complements the bespoke oak staircase with its cleverly designed matching oak storage cupboards incorporated here. As you ascend to the first floor this room opens up to a master bedroom suite occupying the complete level. The traditional exposed floorboards combine superbly with modern fitted wardrobes, neatly fitted into the recesses either side of the chimney breast and the luxurious, freestanding Victorian style roll top bath; there is a further fully tiled area with glass shower unit, sink and W.C. A further open oak staircase leads to the second floor of this character property. This provides two further bedrooms with ample fitted storage to both rooms.
Initial entrance porch opening into:
Ground floor 30'4' x 13'8' (9.3m x 4.17m)
Elegant tiled flooring flows throughout the whole open plan ground floor and a traditional style sash double glazed window adorns the front in UPVC. A brick backed feature fireplace (currently sealed) is at the centre of the lounge area to the front. The kitchen to the rear offers a range of white high gloss kitchen units complimented with granite worktops and undermount sink within. A stainless steel range cooker with splashback and extractor over will delight any enthusiastic chef. There is an integrated dishwasher and unencumbered wall providing space for fridge freezer or freestanding units as required. UPVC double glazed window and French doors look out over the rear courtyard garden. Before ascending the oak staircase to the first floor you encounter the bespoke, oak, fitted under stair cupboards providing plentiful uncluttered storage.
Master bedroom suite 20'6' x 13'8' (6.26m x 4.19m)
This open plan area with exposed wooden floorboards has fitted oak wardrobes, with both hanging space and drawers, to both recesses. The ‘piece de resistance' here is the ultimate relaxation treat of a freestanding roll top Victorian style bath. It is easy to imagine sinking into that warm water with bubbles enveloping you. A further fully tiled bathroom provides a glass unit with rainfall shower, Victorian pedestal sink, low level W.C. and chrome heated towel rail. Double glazed UPVC sash window looks to the front and further double glazed opaque unit to the rear.
An open oak staircase leads to the second floor where a carpeted landing provides loft access and:
Bedroom two: 13'8' x 11'5' (4.19m x 3.49m)
With UPVC double glazed sash window to the front of the property this room has two built in double wardrobes, is carpeted with wall lighting.
Bedroom three: 8'1' x 7'2' (2.46m x 2.2m)
A double glazed window looks to the rear of the property here and further storage is provided buy built in cupboards. The combination boiler is housed here and supplies hot water and heating to the property via radiators to all rooms. This bedroom is currently being used as a utility/laundry space.
To the rear of the property there is an enclosed paved courtyard measuring 22'4' x 14'3' (6.82m x 4.35m) with gate access leading to Chapel Street and Stanley Terrace. Á small shed provides storage.
Council Tax Band C
EPC Rating D
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