Hulletts Lane, Pilgrims Hatch

Price £550,000 - Available

It's rare for little gems like this brand new one bedroom non-estate cottage bungalow, to come available in the open market.

Sympathetically constructed and incorporating charming character features, that help transport this property from the ordinary, this property enjoys a lovely blend of stylish accommodation and a fantastic surrounding environment that is perfect for relaxed every day living, should it be for 365 or just 180 days of the year.

Although compact, the layout has been well-planned with great consideration being taken when choosing and planning the quality fittings.

The initial external covered porch gives you a taste of what awaits you on the inside. A central hall gives a purposeful thoroughfare between each of the rooms. A double bedroom with a full width wardrobe is positioned to the front of the property and adjoining this room is a stylishly fitted shower room finished with vintage style suite, marble tiles and chrome fittings.

To the rear of this bungalow and therefore enjoying the glorious outlook across the fields to the rear, is both the kitchen breakfast room and lounge, both of these rooms have double doors opening onto the rear patio.

The kitchen is again, stylishly fitted incorporating a good range of units, quality Neff appliances and quartz worktops that cleverly combine a breakfast bar.

As you will see from the photo of the rear of this bungalow, off the rear of the kitchen is a canopy overhang with courtesy lighting making it the perfect sheltered place for alfresco dining while watching nature keeping itself busy in the adjoining fields.

Positioned at the end of this private line, the plot for this bungalow spans a public footpath and sitting adjacent to the bungalow stands a detached garage and block paved drive which again, is built in a matching style to the bungalow to ensure it complements and completes the look.



BEDROOM 3.56m x 3.16m (11'7 x 10'4)


LOUNGE 4.25m x 4.08m > 3.47m (13'10 x 13'4 > 11'4)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 4.9m x 2.13m (16'1 x 6'10)



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.

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!
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