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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms

Features

  • Utility Room
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Rear Garden with Side Acces
  • Family Bathroom, En Suite and Ground floor cloakroom
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Own driveway offering space for several vehicles

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Description

**guide price of £650,000 to £680,000**

Yopa are pleased present this spacious four bedroom detached family home. The Property offers spacious living accommodation though and benefits from, utility room, ground floor WC, dual aspect lounge, large conservatory/family room, modern fitted and integrated kitchen which is open plan to dining room.

To the first floor are four bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom, The Master Bedroom has the further benefit of an En Suite shower room.

Externally the house benefits from side access, large front driveway leading to garage and offering off street parking for multiple cars. The Rear garden is approx. 80ft in length mostly laid to lawn with paved patio area for seating.

Property is situated within easy walking distance of the city centre offering an array of bars, restaurants, and shopping facilities, as well as within the catchments of several good local schools with great Ofsted ratings.

The Property has been much improved and maintained over the years by the current owners and this is visible throughout, this property is an ideal family home for all growing families as you can move straight in.

Property Measurements:



· Entrance Hall

· Cloakroom

· Lounge 16'5 x 10'8

· Family Room/Conservatory 15'4 x 10'7

· Dining Room 15'4 x 9'10

· Utility Room

· Kitchen 12'3 x 11'4



First Floor



· Master Bedroom 15'4 x 9'5 (Rear Aspect)

· En Suite Shower



· Bedroom Two 11'4 x 8'9 (Front Aspect)

· Bedroom Three 11'5 x 6'5 (Front Aspect)

· Bedroom Four 11'5 x 9'1 (Rear Aspect)

· Bathroom (Side Aspect)



Exterior

· Rear Garden Approx. 70/80ft in Length mainly laid to lawn with side access to garage and driveway which has parking for multiple cars

Location

Chelmsford has become an extremely popular choice for homebuyers due to its proximity to London, some of the most highly regarded schools in the UK and its thriving City Centre. Chelmsford boasts comprehensive shopping facilities which include the Bond Street shopping precinct as well as a wide array of independent and chain restaurants, many bars and leisure facilities including Riverside Sports Centre. Chelmsford mainline station which has recently undergone a major refurbishment programme provides regular and fast services to London Liverpool Street



transport

Located within easy access to the City centre makes commuting into London by road or rail. The A12 connects the city with East London and the M25, and in the opposite direction with Colchester, Ipswich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, with frequent services into London Liverpool Street, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich. For international travel, London’s third airport at Stansted is less than half an hour away from these new homes in Chelmsford, while London City Airport can be reached in 50 minutes and Southend Airport in 35 minutes.



Education

Chelmsford is home to several highly-regarded primary and secondary schools, both state and independent, including King Edward VI Grammar, which dates back to the 16th century and is one of the country’s leading state grammar schools. It caters almost exclusively for boys, (except for the sixth form), with girls attending the nearby Chelmsford County High School for Girls. This also is judged one of the top schools in the UK and was established in 1907.

State primary schools close to these new homes in Chelmsford include The Cathedral School, King’s Road Primary and Westlands Community Primary. Secondary schools include The Boswells, St John Payne Catholic Comprehensive, Hylands School and Moulsham High School.

Chelmsford College caters for students over the age of 16 and offers a range of apprenticeships, further education and professional courses across its two campuses in Moulsham Street and Princes Road. Anglia Ruskin University also has a presence in the city, with its business school and Bishop Hall Lane campus.

Leisure

Take advantage of the facilities offered by Chelmsford’s many leisure centres and private health clubs. For outdoor sports, the city benefits from 22 public parks, offering opportunities for jogging and walking, as well as access to tennis courts, football and cricket pitches, rugby and athletics.

The green space continues all around Chelmsford, with beautiful countryside to explore, traditional Essex pubs to discover and charming restaurants to visit. Chocolate-box villages and stately homes are dotted around the area, including Hylands House, set in 574 acres of historic parkland (less than six miles away), and the 16th century Ingatestone Hall (eight miles away).

When it comes to eating out, residents are spoilt for choice, with a multitude of dining options in the city and surrounding areas covering all tastes and regions of the world. From well-known chain restaurants to quaint bistros, cafés to fine dining there is something to suit even the most demanding palate.

Staying in Chelmsford, opportunities to relax and unwind are many. The Civic Theatre and adjacent Cramphorn Theatre in Fairfield Road stage plays, concerts, workshops and comedy shows, while many local pubs and clubs host live music for fans of all genres.

An eight-screen cinema next to Meadows Shopping Centre presents the latest blockbusters and movie favourites for the whole family, or head to Westfield Stratford City and one of the largest all-digital cinemas in Europe with 17 screens to choose from.

Stratford is less than 30 minutes from Chelmsford and from there it is simply a short hop by tube into the heart of London’s West End. For the ultimate day out head into the capital and experience the myriad leisure, shopping, dining and entertainment possibilities offered by one of the most lively and beautiful cities in the world.

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Local Amenities

  • Chelmsford 0.8 miles
  • Hatfield Peverel 5.6 miles
  • St John Payne Catholic School, Chelmsford 0.4 miles
  • Chelmsford County High School for Girls 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Chelmsford 0.8 miles
  • Hatfield Peverel 5.6 miles
  • St John Payne Catholic School, Chelmsford 0.4 miles
  • Chelmsford County High School for Girls 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CM1:

  • £557,837
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  • (-5.288%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
9th Jul 2020 £650,000 First listed
9th Dec 2009 £382,000 Last sold

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