4 Bedroom Semi-Detached For Sale in Brentwood Road, Herongate
Listed 207 days ago (Sep 26, 2022)Sold subject to contract (SSTC)
This is a unique and very pretty period home of quality with much
character throughout. The property has been cleverly extended &
renovated and offers a very versatile layout. Being Grade 11 listed
with weatherboarded elevations and large sash windows providing
much natural light, all under a slate tiled roof.
Internally the house offers a very flexible layout, a ground floor
annexe, original features & high ceilings, as well as a beautiful
bespoke kitchen. Set back off the road behind a picket fence with
extensive parking for multiple vehicles, there is also a large and
very private rear garden beyond. Herongate is a very sought after
village with a thriving community with its convenience store, and
cricket green. Also within comfortable walking distance is Thorndon
Country Park, Thorndon Park Golf club and the villages acclaimed
public houses. The house is in catchment of St Martins School and
is close to Brentwood (3 miles), Billericay (4 miles), West Horndon
train station (Fenchurch St) & Shenfield (Liverpool St), as well as
the A127 and M25.
Timber front door opening to the:
Sitting Room 4.29m (14‘ 1‘) x 3.97m (13‘ 0‘)
Situated at the front of the house with a large sash window
providing much natural light. This room has exposed timber
floorboards and a floor to ceiling chimney breast with a brick
hearth, decorative timber surround and a cast iron stove inset.
Radiator. Original door opening to
Dining Room 4.30m (14‘ 1‘) x 3.70m (12‘ 2‘)
Sash window to the side elevation providing natural light. Exposed
timber floorboards running throughout. Floor to ceiling chimney
breast with a brick open hearth. Radiator.
Kitchen 7.60m (24‘ 11‘) x 3.38m (11‘ 1‘)
An excellent space for cooking, featuring a quality range of
bespoke cabinetry with solid hand painted units at base and eye
level, complimented by timber and granite work surfaces and a solid
stone tiled floor. There is much natural light throughout and there
are original & character features which include timber doors,
original panelling and beams to a relatively high ceiling. There is
a deep porcelain butler sink with a swans neck mixer tap above, and
three feature windows to the side aspect provide natural light and
there are twin lantern windows above. There are two ovens including
a modern Rangemaster oven with twin ovens, grill and a five ring
gas hob above and a period style Raeburn range (not tested) with
four ovens and two hobs. Additional appliances include a dishwasher
and a wine fridge. There are display units throughout and a recess
for an American style fridge freezer. The original recess under the
stairs has been utilised as a utility room with space and plumbing
for washing machine and tumble dryer with additional storage.
Original door concealing stairwell with staircase rising to first
The inner hallway vestibule has been used as the front door and is
a very impressive approach to the house, since the extension was
carried out and features glass doors and large glass inserts to
both elevations which provide much natural light. Continuation of
Annexe Lounge snug 3.39m (11‘ 1‘) x 3.21m (10‘ 6‘)
This is a multi functional room accessed from the inner lobby.
Currently arranged as a lounge room and would incorporate very well
within a potential ground floor annexe. Exposed timber floor.
Natural light drawn from bespoke windows to the front aspect.
Radiator. Door opening to inner hallway with access to the:
Downstairs Annexe Bathroom
Enclosed bath with mixer taps to the side and drencher head above.
Feature tiling. Chrome fixtures and fittings. Heated towel rail.
Low level wc. Square period style basin with mixer tap sits upon a
timber storage unit. Tiled splashback. Underfloor heating.
Annexe Bedroom Bedroom Four Office 3.50m (11‘ 6‘) x 3.07m
This is a fine double aspect room on the ground floor working well
as the bedroom to an annexe, fourth bedroom or an office. Exposed
timbers. Windows to two elevations providing much natural light.
Access to the loft. Radiator.
Staircase rising to first floor landing.
First Floor Landing
Of good proportions with handpainted original panelling. Sash
window provides natural light. Radiator.
Bedroom One 4.00m (13‘ 1‘) x 3.82m (12‘ 6‘)
Of good proportions with a good ceiling height and much natural
light is drawn from a sash window to the front elevation. Radiator
under. Floor to ceiling chimney breast with feature fireplace.
Original wardrobe with panelling. Recess for additional wardrobe.
Feature ball and claw foot rolled top bath tub with period style
mixer tap and handheld shower attachment and a period style basin
with hot and cold tap.
Bedroom Two 3.68m (12‘ 1‘) x 3.03m (9‘ 11‘)
Natural light drawn from a Velux style window above. Floor to
ceiling chimney breast with cast iron feature fireplace and basket.
Bedroom Three 3.44m (11‘ 3‘) x 1.76m (5‘ 9‘)
Natural light is drawn from a sash window to the rear elevation.
Floor to ceiling chimney breast with feature fire. Built in
cupboard concealing Vailant boiler.
Natural light drawn from a small picture window. Fully tiled
shower, high level wc, wall mounted period style sink with hot and
cold tap. Hospital style columned radiator. Tiling to dado
A picket fence protects the front of the house from the pavement
and a pea shingled driveway provides hardstanding for a large
vehicle. Twin 5 bar timber gates open to a much larger and very
wide driveway, this area provides a vast outside space for multiple
vehicle parking and also provides access to the private rear
This is a large and private garden surrounded by mature trees and
hedging, there is a raised timber deck for entertaining, a good
size lawn as well as a vegetable plot at the bottom of the garden.
This property is located in Brentwood
The average asking price of 4 bed Semi-Detached properties For Sale in is £550,000.
The most recent sale of the same type on this road was on May 26, 2022 for £610,000.
The crime level in the surrounding area is medium.