Whatwesayatthezoenapiergroup This property has been really well designed with stunning features such as glass fronted gables and open plan living. The plot is a wonderful size for a family who love the outdoor lifestyle with a fabulous rear garden.
Whattheownersays We feel proud to have re-built the original 1960s bungalow into a wonderful modern family home. It has been a real labour of love and we feel we have put our heart and soul into a design that fits within our family living.
Thefacts The property has been built by the current owner to a very high standard with quality fittings, under floor heating and versatile accommodation with three ground floor rooms ideal for bedroom or reception space. There is a wonderful open plan kitchen, dining and living room space with bi-fold doors out onto the garden. There are three generous sized bedrooms on the first floor, two with en-suite facilities. The main hallway with the fully glazed protruding gable and the impressive cantilever staircase leading up to the galleried landing is an impressive showcase as soon as you walk in the front door. The house position has a fantastic plot size with a large shingle driveway for numerous cars and a double garage with electric roller shutter doors. The rear garden is 300ft deep at the furthest point and offers a wonderfully large space for children and animals.
Setting&location The property is located on Trusses Road, a rural spot nestled between Bradwell on Sea and Bradwell Waterside. An excellent location for coastal lovers and sailing enthusiasts with a half a mile drive to the coastline. The property is surrounded by open countryside and is a perfect place to bring up a family. A coastal footpath leads all the way round the dengie peninsula and towards Maldon, Bradwell Marina is on the doorstep. The nearest train station can be found at Southminster a 7.4-mile drive away. St Cedds Voluntary Aided Primary School is 0.6 miles away, a good Ofsted rated school. Secondary education can be found at Ormiston Rivers Academy in Burnham on Crouch or the Plume School in Maldon. Maldon 15.9 miles * Burnham on Crouch 9.8 miles * Southminster 7.2 miles * South Woodham Ferrers 16.7 miles * Chelmsford 24 miles
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