Built in 1954 and extended to the rear and side elevations in more
recent years, this deceptively spacious home offers a great deal of
accommodation over two floors and must be viewed internally. This
is a good family home, which is in need of some modernisation, but
offers much space and scope and a very large rear garden of 130
feet. Set back off the road with driveway parking, the house enjoys
a quiet cul-de-sac location, close to local amenities, Shenfield
train station and is in catchment of good junior and secondary
Open storm porch with welcome light, half glazed timber front door
opening to hallway.
Staircase ascends to first floor landing, radiator with ornate
cover, timber effect floor, door opening to cloakroom.
White suite comprising of a low level WC, wall mounted hand basin,
tiling to dado height, continuation of timber effect floor.
Sitting Room 6.84m (22‘ 5‘) x 3.54m (11‘ 7‘)
An expansive double glazed window with lead light units provide
much natural light. This is a spacious reception room. Floor to
ceiling chimney breast with a feature fire inset and a contemporary
surround, timber effect floor, Radiator x 2.
Study 2.36m (7‘ 9‘) x 2.62m (8‘ 7‘) shortening to 1.90m
Twin picture windows with leaded light units provide natural light
to this useful office or children‘s play space, understair storage
cupboard, continuation of timber effect flooring.
Kitchen Dining Room 5.94m (19‘ 6‘) x 3.22m (10‘ 7‘)
This room is situated to the rear of the house and overlooks the
large rear garden. Comprehensive range of units to one end and the
other has ample space for a large dining table. The units are at
base and eye level with granite effect work surfaces. There is a
large range style gas cooker with a 5 ring hob, twin ovens with
extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher, space and recess for
an american style upright fridge freezer, radiator. Leaded light
french doors open to the terrace and rear garden.
Of good proportions with space and plumbing for washing machine and
tumble dryer. Wall mounted Glow Worm boiler serves the gas central
heating and hot water supply. Glazed door to side passage and rear
First Floor Landing
Window to side aspect provides natural light, hatch to loft.
Bedroom One 4.27m (14‘ 0‘) x 3.16m (10‘ 4‘)
An expansive leaded light window to front aspect provides natural
light. Wall to wall, floor to ceiling wardrobes provide storage for
clothing, timber effect floor, radiator. Door opening to en-suite
En Suite Shower Room
With a tiled shower cubicle and drencher head above, low level WC,
wall mounted hand basin, storage cupboard, tiling to dado height,
velux window to front aspect.
Bedroom Two 3.50m (11‘ 6‘) x 2.90m (9‘ 6‘)
Window to the front aspect provides much natural light. Floor to
ceiling cupboard, radiator.
Bedroom Three 3.91m (12‘ 10‘) x 3.24m (10‘ 8‘)
Timber effect floor runs throughout, window overlooks the rear
Of good proportions with a white suite comprising of a enclosed
bath, mixer tap, hand held shower attachment to the side. Main
shower unit with tiled splashback area, wall mounted hand basin
with mixer tap, low level WC. Window to side aspect provides
Dwarf brick wall protects the boundaries and a cobbled driveway
provides hard standing for vehicles.
Immediately abutting the rear of the house is a large terrace with
ample space for outside dining and barbecuing. The terrace gives
way to an extensive lawn. The boundaries are in brick and as well
as fencing. The rear garden measures 130ft in length.
This property is located in Brentwood
The average asking price of 3 bed Semi-Detached properties For Sale in is £532,500.
The most recent sale of the same type on this road was on Apr 22, 2022 for £445,200.
The crime level in the surrounding area is medium.