This property is decorated to a really high standard and of a modern design in beige and creams. Situated in a small cul-de-sac offering parking to the front for two cars, a garage and this home has the added bonus of a large conservatory.
Approximately one mile from Billericay Mainline Railway Station and the High Street, and close to Norsey Woods and open countryside.
With a modern composite front door leading into the light and airy hallway.
L-shaped lounge/diner 4.65m (15'3) x 3.53m (11'7) plus 9'6 x 5'8
Offering plenty of space for sofas and armchairs. The house is centrally heated with radiators in all rooms and a fire with surround in the lounge. The boiler has recently been newly fitted and comes with a two year guarantee.
Conservatory 3.99m (13'1) x 3.05m (10')
A great space and ideal as a dining room overlooking the rear garden. Tiled flooring and light and airy. With a set of French doors leading to the rear garden.
Kitchen 2.97m (9'9) x 2.77m (9'1)
Fully fitted offering plenty of storage space. There is a double glazed door leading to the side of the property.
First floor landing
Laid with carpet, access to the loft which is part boarded and with lighting.
Bedroom one 4.11m (13'6) x 2.74m (9') into wardrobes
Bedroom two 2.67m (8'9) x 2.36m (7'9)
Bedroom three 2.84m (9'4) x 1.83m (6')
A modern design with a wider than average bath, vanity wash hand basin. Tiled flooring, two UPVC windows to the side and rear. Chrome heated towel rail.
Measuring 45' in length and mainly laid to lawn with a decking area.
Garage to the front with parking for two cars on the driveway
EPC rating D
Council tax band D
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