OIEO £425,000 Sale Agreed
  • Three bedrooms
  • Garage to rear
  • Just over half a mile to Billericay train station
  • Potential for extension and enlargement STPP
  • Off street parking
  • Approx 80ft rear garden
  • Close to local school and shops
  • Cul-de-sac position

Tyler Estates are delighted to offer this three bedroom semi-detached home positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac, just over a half a mile from Billericay mainline station. Benefiting from separate lounge, dining room, off street parking and approx. 80ft rear garden.

This three bedroom semi-detached house is ideally positioned for the mainline station, local school, shop and Billericay's Lake Meadows park. Situated in a small cul-de-sac there is parking to the front of the property with a shared drive to independent gates with a further drive and garage in the rear garden. With a lounge to the front and doors separating the dining room to the rear, patio doors lead out directly to the rear garden. The white shaker style kitchen offers a range of wall and base units with ample worktop space. Climbing the stairs to the first floor the good sized landing provides more space for storage solutions and the window to the side delivers plenty of light. Three bedrooms and a family bathroom with electric shower complete the accommodation here.
The rear garden, approximately 80ft in length accommodates a drive and garage to one side, the remainder being mostly being laid to lawn with established plants and shrubs to the borders. To the rear of the property, the shed here is to remain. This sunny westerly facing garden can be enjoyed from the patio ideal for outdoor dining and relaxing.

Many properties in this street have extended the accommodation into the roof space or to the rear and this could certainly be an option here, subject to the usual planning permissions.

The home is gas centrally heated and is double glazed throughout.

Entrance hall 12'1' x 5'5' (3.7m x 1.67m)
UPVC front door, wood effect laminate flooring, built in shoe storage, radiator, under stair storage cupboard.

Lounge 13'5' x 11'10' (4.11m x 3.61m)
Window to front, carpet to floor, radiator, pine double doors through to:

Dining room 11'1' x 8'8' (3.39m x 2.66m)
Laminate flooring, sliding patio doors to rear garden, coving to ceiling, radiator, TV point.

Kitchen 11' x 7'3' (3.36m x 2.23m)
White shaker style kitchen units with marble effect roll edge worktops, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for washing machine, fridge, freezer and freestanding cooker, wood effect laminate flooring. There are two small windows to the side and door with side window to the rear garden.

Landing
Carpeted stairs, window to side, access to loft space which is part boarded with lighting. The boiler is located in the loft.

Bedroom one 11'7' x 10' (3.54m x 3.05m)
Window to front, carpet to floor, radiator, built in storage cupboard housing tank, TV point.

Bedroom two 11'1' x 10'10' (3.39m x 3.31m)
Window to rear, carpet to floor, radiator, TV point.

Bedroom three 8'6' x 7'3' (2.61m x 2.22m)
Window to front, carpet to floor, radiator.

Bathroom
White bathroom suite comprising of bath with electric shower over, pedestal sink, low level WC, fully tiled walls, wood effect vinyl flooring, radiator, window to rear.

Outside space
Parking for two cars to front, shared drive to double gates opening to rear garden with drive for further cars and single garage to rear. The westerly facing garden here is approx. 80ft in length benefits from initial patio area with garden mainly laid to lawn with attractive flower border to one side. A large shed located at the end of the garden is to remain.

EPC Rating D
Council Tax Band D


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