Enjoying a semi-rural setting and sitting behind electric gates on a generous sized plot this 4-year-old substantial family home gives you well-proportioned rooms boasting a tasteful high spec modern finish.
Having originally been designed with four bedrooms, this house currently has three first floor bedrooms with the master suite and en-suite shower room, being quite exceptional in size. Each of bedrooms enjoy views over the wooded surroundings and have use of the family bathroom that features a deep freestanding bath with floor mounted swan neck taps.
The ground floor of this house with its high ceilings can't help but to captivate your attention, there is a perfect combination of high gloss marble floor tiles with under floor heating, inset downlighters, frameless wood internal doors and a welcoming reception hall with a natural wood and glass staircase.
As well as a sizeable lounge, cloakroom and study the real star of the show is the full width rear facing kitchen/day room with adjoining utility room. Incorporating an island unit and fitted out with high gloss cream coloured curved cabinets and quartz tops, this naturally bright space is the ideal social space for families to gather and friends to party.
As mentioned, the plot is most generous is both width and depth, positioned next to the house and approached by the sweep in block paved drive is a standalone detached double garage, the perfect accessory to any home.
Although the property is in a semi-rural location, it is with noting it is on all the mains services and utilities, with the property itself also having mains gas central heating via radiators to the first floor and under floor heating to the ground floor. This semi-rural setting is also surprisingly conveniently located with the London-Southend A127 just a one-minute drive away, zipping you to Sainsbury's in 3 minutes and the Tesco/Retail Park in 5 minutes.
CRAYS HILL village itself has a handy 'Premier' convenience store supplying the daily essentials and in the evenings and weekends, why not stroll along to the great local pub/restaurant called The Shepherd and Dog, which has a beer garden and large patio - it does good food and quite a range of beers/ales. Bus Stops in the village give easy access to the neighbouring towns of Billericay & Wickford - both with Mainline Railway Stations (London Liverpool Street in 35 minutes from Billericay). Plus, just up the road is the Barleylands Farm Shop, which sells fresh fruit, vegetables and a large selection of groceries.
ACCOMMODATION AS FOLLOWS...
An external covered porch area provides welcomed cover for either outdoor equipment or just shelter from the elements while you search for your keys to open the contemporary styled composite front door.
With large gloss white marble floor tiles , inset downlights and a natural wood staircase with glass panels, there is a welcoming tasteful modern style to this home. Frameless wood panel doors to then give access to each of the ground floor rooms.
STUDY/PLAY ROOM 2.87 m x 2.07 m
With floor tiles to match the hallway and inset downlights, this side facing study echoes the modern style.
With a side facing window and inset downlighters, this oversized, fully tiled cloakroom has a wall hung WC and a wall mounted wash basin.
LOUNGE 6.36 m x 3.84 m
With a deep walk in bay window as well as an additional front facing window, this carpeted lounge with a feature fire surround has a lovely spacious yet cosy feel.
KITCHEN/DINER 8.26 m x 3.59 m
Extending across the full width of the house and with a continuation of the large glass marble floor tiles and insert down lighters, this stylish kitchen with complimentary curved cream units and quartz worktops will certainly impress.
With windows and double doors opening to the garden plenty of natural light flows through this room which an integrated dishwasher and spaces for an American fridge/freezer and range cooker, in addition there is a central island unit providing extra storage and a breakfast bar. Door to
UTILITY ROOM 2.4m x 3.3 m
Fitted cupboards with quartz tops are fitted to 2 sides of this room incorporating the gas boiler and spaces for appliances, an external door gives convenient access to the side of the property.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The glass screened staircase continues along this carpeted landing where there are doors leading to each of the bedrooms and family bathroom.
MASTER BEDROOM 5.76 m x 5.31m reducing to 4.32 m
Having originally been designed to be two bedrooms explains why this master suite is of such a generous size with each of the three windows affording a pleasant outlook. There is a built-in double wardrobe into a recessed area and eaves storage cupboard and a door to the en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 2.26 m x 2.03 m
This is fully tiled shower room with a side window, inset downlighters and a heated towel rail boasts a walk in shower with rain head and hand attachment, a close coupled WC and a mounted wash basin with vanity cupboard under and mirror behind.
BEDROOM TWO 3.62 m x 3.29 m plus wardrobes.
The second bedroom has a side window, two double built-in wardrobes and grey wood effect flooring.
BEDROOM THREE 3.68 m x 3.02 m
This third bedroom also has the grey wood effect floor and a side window to bring in the natural light.
The stunning bathroom has contrasting well-chosen high gloss sparkle mirror tiles to the walls and floor, inset downlighters and heated towel rail. Sitting proudly within the window recess is a deep freestanding bath with floor mounted mixer taps, in addition, there is a close coupled WC and a circular wash basin with vanity cupboard under.
Approached by a sweep in drive and Enclosed by substantial brick wall with sliding electric gates, there is a feeling of security when standing on the block paved frontage which provides ample parking for several vehicles and in turn gives access to the detached double garage while being flanked by an additional lawn area.
The block paving continues to the side of the house and into the rear garden.
DOUBLE GARAGE 6.7m x 6.5m
This has twin up and over doors, a pitched roof, power and light connected and a door out to the garden.
REAR GARDEN 23 m 20 m
Measuring approx. 23m x 20m and commencing with a considerable sized patio, the bulk of this overlooked garden is mainly lawn.
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.
Crays Hill is a village within the parish of Ramsden Crays and falls roughly midway between Billericay and Wickford, both having main line railway stations on the London Liverpool Street line. The Monday - Friday Fast Train goes from Billericay Railway Station to Liverpool Street in just 35 minutes.
The village dates back to the the 13th Century and therefore offers a mixture of old and modern properties.
Amenities include a well stocked 'Premier' convenience store supplying the daily essentials and the highly regarded local pub/restaurant The Shepherd & Dog, which boasts a popular restaurant and large beer garden - it does good food and quite a range of beers/ales.
Bus Stops in the village give easy access to the neighbouring towns.
Just up the road is the Barleylands Farm Shop, which sells fresh fruit, vegetables and a large selection of groceries.
The A127 is little more than a two-minute drive away giving access to Southend, London and the M25.
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