Available Now and Pets Considered. This recently decorated three bedroom detached village home with modern fittings throughout is conveniently positioned being just a short drive from Brentwood's busy town centre, main line station and Thorndon Country Park. Internally the property enjoys the appeal of a large kitchen/diner, a lounge with log burner and a shower room to the ground floor while three bedrooms and bathroom with electric shower is on the first floor.
In addition interested tenants are advised the property is available long term if required and is equally convenient for the local primary school together and access to the A127 and the M25/A12.
Entrance Hall 3.51m x 2.76m (11'6 x 8'10)
Entrance door and window to side, parquet flooring and staircase to first floor with storage cupboard beneath, walk in storage cupboard and door to..
Window to side, white suite with glazed corner shower cubicle, low level wc and wash basin.
Lounge 5.17m x 3.92m (17' x 12'10)
Large window and door to rear garden, brick fire surround with inset wood burner.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.16m x 3.16m (17' x 10'4)
Windows to front and side and door to side. Range of base and wall mounted cabinets with integrated appliances to include oven/hob, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Pine breakfast table and six chairs to remain.
First floor landing.
Bedroom One 3.97m > 3.46m x 3.27m (13' > 11'4 x 10'8)
Window to rear, fitted wardrobes and wood effect laminate flooring.
Bedroom Two 3.66m > 3.27m x 3.13m (12 > 10'8 x 10'3)
Window to front, fitted wardrobes and wood effect laminate flooring.
Bedroom Three 2.76m x 1.88m (9' x 6'2)
Windows to front and rear, wood effect laminate flooring.
Window to side, modern white suite with panel enclosed bath and wall mounted electric shower and screen, low level wc and pedestal wash basin.
The rear garden is of a good size and commences with a crazy paved patio area, there is access to side and rear and vehicular access to the rear parking space. There is a timber shed for use together with a few fruit trees.
The front garden is partly lawn and a driveway provides off street parking.
All photographs are provided for guidance only.
Brentwood's name is derived from ‘Burnt Wood' (Brent being middle English for burnt), referring to a large clearing created following a fire, probably from Charcoal burning (the main occupation back then) in the dense forests that once covered this part of Essex.
Over time, it became a stopping point for pilgrims travelling to Canterbury and the remains of a 12th Century chapel in Brentwood High Street bear testimony to this.
When Henry III granted a royal charter to hold markets, the market town of Brentwood boomed, growing and evolving into the 'well-to-do' town you see today, surrounded by beautiful countryside and historic villages.
Brentwood is situated to the south -west of Essex, just east of London and falling within the Metropolitan Green Belt.
This closeness to London means that the town has excellent road and rail networks, with the town only separated from Greater London by a narrow gap of open land, through which passes the M25 Motorway.
Brentwood Railway Station is on the London Liverpool Street line, which whisks you to central London in 33 minutes, on the fastest trains.
The adjacent A12 runs between Central London and East Anglia, and the A127 links Central London to Southend.
Brentwood is enhanced by many green spaces, less than 20% of the Borough is built-up. There are a number of important green spaces reaching into the built-up area, two of which extend right to the centre of the town - Hartswood/Shenfield Common and the extensive playing fields of Brentwood School, the former Anglia Polytechnic University, with 'Thriftwood' also an extensive area of woodland set within the town.
The busy High Street has an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars, with more located down the charming cobblestoned lanes off the high street too. There are some 200 stores including the usual big-name retailers and unique independent boutiques, some within The Baytree Shopping Centre which includes a cafe and fitness centre on the second floor. Brentwood Market is held every Friday and Saturday too.
The town centre has an active Nightlife Scene with the many bars, pubs and clubs making Friday and Saturday Nights a lively affair. Perhaps check out the Sugarhut, which really the links the old with the new, being one of the oldest buildings in the town, a 15th century coaching Inn, now a huge acclaimed Nightclub.
If education is a high priority, there are many excellent schools, the Secondary schools including Brentwood County High School, Brentwood School, Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School (RC, girls), St Martin's School and Becket Keys Church of England School.
Primary education is provided by a mixture of state schools, Church of England and Catholic schools and independent prep schools.
As well as being known for the TOWIE TV series, the town has also been home to many a famous person including Frank Bruno, Snooker player Steve Davis, F1 winner Johnny Herbert, Actor Ross Kemp, Singer Pixie Lott, Singer Louise Redknapp and even The Stig!
The following are permitted payments which we may request from you:
a) The rent
b) A refundable tenancy deposit (reserved for any damages or defaults on the part of the tenant) capped at no more than five weeks' rent where the annual rent is less than £50,000, or six weeks' rent where the total annual rent is £50,000 or above
c) A refundable holding deposit (to reserve a property) capped at no more than one week's rent
d) Payments to change the tenancy when requested by the tenant, capped at £50, or reasonable costs incurred if higher
e) Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy, when requested by the tenant
f) Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax; and
g) A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key/security device, where required under a tenancy agreement
Please call us if you wish to discuss this further.