- 535sq ft, Two bedroom Top Floor Apartment
- Easy walk to Noak Bridge Nature Reserve and the local shops
- 1 minute drive to A127
- Entrance Hall with big built-in cupboard
- White Bathroom suite
- Sought after Bellway built development within this popular neighbourhood village
- A frequent bus service provides easy access to nearby Main Towns
- Double length Parking Bay
- Lounge open plan to beautiful new Kitchen with integrated appliances
- Double Glazing & Gas Central Heating via modern Worcester Boiler
Having been recently redecorated and stylishly improved, it is with no hesitation we recommend an internal viewing of this pleasantly located two bedroom top floor apartment.
This 'Bellway' built development of apartments is located within the Conservation area of Noak Bridge, overlooking a duck pond and being on the Billericay side of the A127, this apartment is also ideally placed for quick access to both Billericay and Basildon towns which offer a range of shopping facilities together with Mainline Railway Stations serving either London's Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street lines.
Noak Bridge is well known for its 20 acre Nature Reserve and attractive 'model village' design with lots of trees, hedges and green spaces an essential feature. The village has a good range of amenities too, which include a Costcutter Supermarket and Health Centre. Bus stops are a-plenty in the area taking you to the nearby towns.
It's not often an apartment of this style and presentation will come available to the open market. Internally the rooms are of generous proportions and each has its own individual attention to detail or feature.
Special attention should be drawn to the Lounge which has an open plan design to the stylish kitchen.
In addition, this apartment has the added appeal of having gas radiator heating, doubled glazed windows, residents parking and the advantage of no onward chain.
The Main Entrance door (with an intercom system linking it to all the flats) leads through to the communal hall with a flight of stairs rising up to the spacious top floor landing serving just this and one other apartment.
ENTRANCE HALL: With a wall mounted entryphone system on the wall as you enter, this long L-shape hall has a big built-in airing cupboard at the end, and a loft hatch providing access to the huge Attic - a superb storage facility and the big advantage of having a top floor apartment.
LOUNGE 4.26m x 3.35m (14ft 1" x 11ft)
With a double glazed window and smooth plastered ceiling with inset downlighting, the lounge has wiring for a wall mounted TV.
KITCHEN 2.74m 2.18m (9ft x 7ft 2") We love the sleek and stunning high gloss 'Cashmere' Grey kitchen units and 'cinnamon grain' worktops accompanied by underunit lighting and contemporary style, polished grey splashback tiles giving a real touch of urban chic. There is a built-in 5 ring Gas Hob with stainless steel 'Chimney' extractor Hood above, a Multi-function Oven and an integrated Hotpoint Aquarius Washer Dryer and full size Integrated Dishwasher. Even the floor has been re-laid and top tiled with large porcelain tiles. A beautiful kitchen indeed.
BEDROOM ONE 3.47m x 3.14m 11ft 5" x 10ft 4")
With inset downlighting, this double bedroom has a built-in cupboard.
BEDROOM TWO 3.34m x 2.05m (11ft x 6ft 9")
A versatile guest bedroom with white painted walls giving a fresh and light feel, as found throughout the flat.
BATHROOM Fitted with a white suite, the bath having a mixer tap with shower attachment. A window gives natural light.
EXTERIOR The grounds are carefully maintained with the front enjoying a sylvan outlook with plenty of green lawn and hedging close to the building adding to the kerbside appeal.
The L-shape of the buildings part retain the rear private carpark where the Vendor has a double length parking bay.
MAINTENANCE CHARGE The Service Charge is £118 a month and the Ground Rent is approx £50 a quarter. The development being well looked after by Hadrian Property Management.
There are 2 management companies who deal with Handleys Court. One collects Ground Rent only, the other collects Service Charges and issues the Leasehold Management Pack (which we have asked them to request in advance to enable a quick purchase).
LEASE The Vendor advised us there is a healthy 104 years left on the125 year Lease, the Start Date was 25th December 1995
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.
Noak Bridge is a modern neighbourhood village forming part of Basildon in south Essex. In setting, it is separate from Basildon as It lies to the north of the Town, separated from it by the A127, and in reality is closer to Billericay.
Although earmarked for large scale development at the turn of the 19th/20th Century, the modern village as it is today was first planned in the 1970s, as part of Basildon and was developed from the overgrown 'Central Park', an early area of 'plotlands'.
Because of its separation by the A127, it was decided that it should have its own identity and the character of a traditional English village, which we at Henton Kirkman think the project architects Maurice Naunton and George Garrard, achieved very well, especially by incorporating house designs from various centuries to give an almost instant history to a brand new village.
Building started in the 1970's through to the mid 1980's, with then BellwayHomes enlarging it further in the 1990's.
The village has now evolved into a very pleasant place to live with many amenities including its own Primary School, Costcutter Supermarket, Pharmacy, Village Hall and a Medical Centre.
The village was purposely designed with winding roads and numerous woodland footpaths with the centrepiece of the village the 20 acre Nature Reserve which was the remnants of the Woodland that developed from the site of the old plotlands.
Coming out of the village, one can be motoring on the A127 towards London or Southen in seconds with bus stops a-plenty in the village giving easy access to all the local towns.
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