Hazeleigh, Brentwood

Price £465,000 - Under Offer


  • 4 Bedroom End Terrace House on the ever popular Brocksparkwood estate
  • Local shops within easy walking distance & catchment for St Martin School
  • Short 5 minute drive to Brentwood Town Centre
  • 19ft Lounge with big walk-in cupboard, 11ft second living room & 14ft Dining Room
  • 11ft high vaulted ceilings to the Master Bedroom, its Ensuite, Bed 4 and the main Bathroom
  • Brocksparkwood border Hutton & open countryside on the fringe of the sought after 'Thriftwood' area
  • 10 minute/1.6 mile cycle to Shenfield Railway Station (London in 30 minutes)
  • Good size Entrance Hall with swish modern ground floor WC Room
  • Kitchen with built-in Oven & Hob and separate Utility Room
  • Generous L-shaped Garden extending round to the side & GARAGE in block too

With all the convenience of a suburban location with added countryside, this 4 Bedroom End Terrace House is situated on the ever-popular Brocksparkwood estate, bordering between Hutton and open countryside, on the fringes of the sought after Thriftwood neighbourhood development.

Originally a 2 bedroom house on a huge plot, the property was almost doubled in size by a two storey side extension and yet still retains generous grounds with gardens to the rear and side.

Open countryside is little more than a stone's throw away, local shops equidistant in different directions are just a 9-10 minute stroll and the property falls within the catchment area for St Martins, a highly regarded Secondary school and sixth form with academy status.

Shenfield Railway Station with its mainline link to London Liverpool Street (just 30 minutes) is quick 10 minute/1.6 mile cycle ride and is located on the Eastern End of Shenfield High Street, which has both a Tesco Express and a Co-op for 'on the way home' essentials.

Most residents though, travel to slightly nearer Brentwood Town Centre for main shopping, its packed historic high street having many well-known high street names mixed with smaller privately owned boutiques and a large Sainsburys Store to the north of the High Street.

Edged by trees to the eastern boundary, the southern and eastern perimeters measure 64ft and 54ft respectively, giving plentiful L-shaped grounds for the kids/dogs/parents to hare around in, the big decking inviting al fresco dining and entertaining during the warmer months.

Inside, the replacement Hall has a smart new ground floor WC Room and internal doors opening to the Lounge with its big walk-in Store (the old Porch/Hall has had the front door removed and bricked up to now provide a lovely walk-in store cupboard), an extra living room (a versatile room, presently a big Home Office) and a door at the end leading through into the rear Dining Room with Tri-folding doors opening to the garden, in turn open plan to the rear Kitchen.

Off the Dining Room is a small Utility Room which backs the ground floor loo and second living room: some buyers may see this as an opportunity for a ground floor Shower Room or even an Ensuite to the second living room.

Upstairs the surprisingly spacious Landing leads off to the four bedrooms and big Family Bathroom. Three of the bedrooms are doubles and the fourth has a skylight window.

The Master Bedroom, its new Ensuite Shower Room, the 4th Bedroom and the modern Bathroom all occupy the extension wing, and boast soaring 11ft high ceilings giving an even greater impression of light and space, plus, the Master Bedroom also has a set of double doors opening to reveal a Juliette Balcony enjoying the pleasant sylvan view behind the garden - and very private too.

There is a GARAGE with space in front in a nearby block, although residents of this pleasant cul-de-sac park in the main square, where there seems to be plenty of space.


The Accommodation


HALL

Part of the new wing and with attractive ‘Oak' effect wood laminate flooring.


GROUND FLOOR WC ROOM

Refitted with a swish modern cloakroom suite comprising a white gloss, slimline Vanity unit with a contemporary oblong basin and chrome mixer tap, along with a neat back-to-wall WC with a concealed cistern.

Finished with black tiled flooring and a chrome towel radiator.


LOUNGE 18ft 8' x 12ft 4' (5.7m x 3.8m)

A particularly good size main living room with a front facing window and an internal door opening to reveal the aforementioned, large walk-in store cupboard.

The wood effect flooring adds warmth and character.


STUDY/PLAYROOM 10ft 8' x 9ft (3.25m x 2.7m)

A useful and versatile extra ground floor reception room with a large front facing window and part glazed external door, opening out to the side grounds.


DINING ROOM 14ft x 8ft 2' (4.3m x 2.5m)

Drenched in light from the wide set of Trifold doors opening out to the decking along with a further side facing window.

The white ceramic floor tiles make the room feel even larger and brighter and the smooth plastered ceiling has inset downlighting.


KITCHEN 13ft 6' x 8ft 2' (4.1m x 2.5m)

Fitted with a range of light 'Oak' effect kitchen units with stylish ‘Lunar Night Black Granite' effect worktops incorporating a built-in Electric Hob with an Oven below and a stainless steel Chimney style Extractor Hood above.

There is plenty of room for a large American style Fridge/Freezer and a recess below the kitchen sink will take a full-size dishwasher.

The 1.5 bowl sink sits below the wide window, overlooking the garden.


UTILITY ROOM 5ft 6' x 3ft 6' (1.7m x 1.1m)

With a side facing obscure glass window and chrome towel radiator, this handy little room has a fixed worktop with space below for a washing machine.


1st FLOOR LANDING

A surprisingly spacious landing some 22ft long, and with access to the loft.


MASTER BEDROOM 11ft 3' x 11ft 2' (3.4m x 3.4m)

Forming part of the double story extension and benefiting from a soaring 11ft (3.35m) high vaulted ceiling giving a greater impression of space.

The eyes will also be drawn to the upvc double doors with their accompanying side light windows, which open to reveal a Juliette balcony and a pleasant outlook across the garden to the trees behind.

Twin radiators either side of the French doors provide plenty of winters warmth and there is wiring on the wall for a wall mounted TV.


ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 8ft x 3ft (2.5m x 0.9m)

Fitted with a modern suite comprising a white gloss vanity unit, close coupled WC and a shower enclosure featuring a stylish Rainhead shower head with a separate handset too for extra flexibility.

The chrome towel radiator and shaver socket complete the specification.


BEDROOM TWO 12ft 4' x 10ft 3' (3.8m x 3.1m)

A front facing double bedroom.


BEDROOM THREE 12ft 6' x 8ft 3' (3.8m x 2.5m)

Another double bedroom, this one to the rear and with a built-in cupboard over the stairs housing the Vaillant ecoTEC plus combination boiler.


BEDROOM FOUR 8ft 8' x 6ft 7' (2.6m x 2m)

This front bedroom currently has a skylight window.


BATHROOM 9ft 10' x 5ft 5' (3m x 1.65m)

This family sized bathroom comprises 'His and Hers' twin basins mounted on a double width open Vanity unit, back-to-wall WC with concealed cistern and a double ended Bath with both a mixer tap and a separate shower over.

Again, this room boasts a vaulted ceiling which along with the white walls and wall tiling gives a great feel of light and space.


EXTERIOR - FRONT

The property enjoys a quiet walkway setting with a gate to the right giving access to the side garden, in turn, open to the main rear garden.


EXTERIOR - GARDENS

The L-shaped garden is predominantly lawn, with a large area of decking for alfresco dining.

The notably large shed has twin doors and a central window. A great storage facility and offers potential for ‘studio' conversion.


GARAGE

In a nearby block, with a space in front.


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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