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Property Listing Details

Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Floor area 1,981 sq. ft

Features

  • Freehold
  • Classic 1902 Edwardian Semi Detached Home Close to Town
  • Three Bedrooms and Loft Room
  • En-Suite Shower Room
  • Four Piece Bathroom
  • 3 Reception Rooms and 2 Fireplaces
  • Contemporary Styled Kitchen with Adjoining Conservatory
  • Selected uPVC Double Glazed Windows
  • Gas Radiator Heating
  • Landscaped Rear Garden with Artificial Lawn
  • Brick Paved Parking for Several Cars

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Description

There is much to be said about this thoughtfully extended Classic Edwardian semi-detached home, not only is it within an easy walk the mainline railway station but it also sits just a short stroll via a private road of the High Street, in addition Western Road is within the catchment area for both Quilters primary school and Billericay secondary school.

With approximately 2000 ft.² of accommodation, this three bedroomed character home offers the level of space that will often be found in four-bedroom detached houses. With a perfect blend of period features mixed with modern contemporary styling, the ground floor living space, which is accessed by a sizeable hallway, gives you three notable reception areas each enjoying with their own individuality and two of which have chimneys. Positioned to the rear of the house there is a well fitted gloss white and matt grey kitchen that is open with the adjoining conservatory that then intern looks onto the south east facing 65' landscaped garden.

As expected the character continues to flow into the first floor of this unique home, firstly the landing with a sash window and column radiator backdrop gives access to the three generously sized bedrooms which are served by a large en-suite shower room and a statement four piece family bathroom which is sympathetically styled to complement both the age of the property and the modern feel that it alludes.

Following a loft conversion with a skylight window, there is now a useful space which unlike a conventional fourth bedroom, could be utilised in many ways to suit a growing family's needs, such as a sleep over room, media room or an ‘out of the way' playroom.

The extensive program of works that the current owners have undertaken is equally visible outside where to the front has a brick paved driveway giving space for several cars and a landscaped rear garden with an artificial lawn and summerhouse has a patio bar to help those summer barbecue parties go with a swing.

Accommodation as follows...
Hallway


Large replacement composite entrance door is approached via steps and creates both an impressive entrance and an insight into what is in store. Two side glazed panels bring natural light into the tiled hallway where there is fitted storage to one wall to give plenty of storage for the multitude of items often needed at different times of the year.

Being l-shaped in design there are doors leading into each of the reception rooms while staircase with turned balustrades rises to the first floor. You may also notice a rather small but grand looking door, this was once the entrance door to a princess's pretend castle but now once again it opens to reveal a useful storage space.

Study 11' 5 x 6‘ 10 (3.48m x 2.08m)

Having a tiled floor to match that in the hallway, this study which shares the high ceilings and feeling of spaciousness has a rear facing sash window.

Dining room 13' x 12' (3.96m x 3.66m)

This room again has a rear facing sash window and with a tasteful dark wood floor together with a feature column radiator, the style of this eating area is plain to see and it is enhanced further by, what is believed to be the original solid fuel range which we are told is still operational. Open access from this dining room leads into the

kitchen 14‘ x 8'3 (4.27m x 2.51m)

Two side facing windows ensure natural lights floods this contemporary theme kitchen in natural light. The grey tiled floor compliments the stylish range of white gloss units and subtle grey mat worktops perfectly. Within the units is a funky inset black trimmed sink unit with mixer taps, an integrated dishwasher, a built-in hob and twin electric ovens. An open access leads into an adjoined additional kitchen area which is incorporated within a conservatory space and it provides additional storage together with a space for an American style fridge freezer and a breakfast bar.

Conservatory 16'9 x 13'7 (5.11m x 4.14m)

Being UPVC glazed construction the conservatory area with a matching tiled floor and under floor heating this gives another useful reception space that looks out and opens onto the rear garden.
Ground floor cloakroom


Following various enlargements, what was once the original outside WC is now incorporated within the main house and still retains the original ambience of an outdoor high-level WC.

Lounge 14'10 into bay x 12'10 (4.27m x 3.91m)

With the high Essex boarded ceilings and half wood panelling to the walls, this lounge oozes that grand classical feel and with an open fire that is ready to be lit, that cosy feel can be there for you during the winter months and of course Christmas!
Landing


A side obscure glazed sash window with a column radiator beneath gives a perfect backdrop to this carpeted landing where the high ceilings continue, and a staircase continues to lead on up to the second floor.

Master bedroom 12'10 x 12‘1 (3.91m x 3.66m)

Being rear facing, this bedroom with a sash window and a deep carpet also has an open access which has been designed to accommodate doors, leading into the..
En-suite bathroom


Being just one plastered wall and fitted floor away from being finished, this en-suite with a rear window, has a modern white suite that consists of a large walk in shower, a close coupled wc and a twin wash basin with rather natty, his and hers mixer taps. In addition to one wall, there are built in wardrobes with sliding doors giving excellent storage.

Bedroom two 15'4 x 13' (4.67m x 3.96m)

This front facing double bedroom with a walk-in bay to mirror that of the lounge, was once the master bedroom of the house and it has built in storage together with a feature fire surround.

Bedroom three 11‘ x 8‘ 1 (3.35m x 2.46m)

This is another front facing bedroom which enjoys distant views over the roof tops opposite and as you can tell from the measurements is a generously sized room.

Bathroom 11'5 x 6' 8 (3.48m x 2.03)

This statement bathroom with a tiled floor is a great size and features an exposed brick wall to give a style and character rarely found in most other houses. Having a white four-piece suite there is still plenty to space around the rolltop bath, the shower cubicle with feature wall lighting and a rainhead shower, the close coupled WC and the vanity wash basin.

Second floor loft room 29'6 x 12'7 (8.99m x 3.84m)

The stairs rise into the centre of this loft room which has been, and can continue to be utilised in many ways providing the perfect sleepover space, media room, play room or additional easy storage space in addition to the multiple eaves storage spaces that run around this loft space. Please note the measurements given are the maximum sizes into recessed areas and the entire space has a reduced head height.

Outside
Front


The front of the house has been brick paved to provide parking for several vehicles and a retaining brick wall with iron fencing gives a nice enclosure to this area.
Rear garden


Measuring approx. 60' in depth and enjoying a south easterly aspect, the rear garden has been landscaped and provides two seating areas, one paved and the other decked which then leads onto a central artificial lawn which has a summerhouse and separate entertainment summer bar to help parties go with a swing.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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Local Amenities

  • Billericay 0.4 miles
  • Ingatestone 3.1 miles
  • Quilters Infant School 0.4 miles
  • Quilters Junior School 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Billericay 0.4 miles
  • Ingatestone 3.1 miles
  • Quilters Infant School 0.4 miles
  • Quilters Junior School 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CM12:

  • £433,675
  • Price increase

  • £3,132
  • (0.727%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £430,283
  • Properties sold

    81

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
17th Oct 2019 £845,000 Price reduced by £30,000
28th Sep 2019 £875,000 First listed
13th Apr 2004 £270,000 Last sold

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