Pattiswick Square, Basildon
Price £295,000 - New Instruction
Offered with no onward chain and conveniently situated less than half a mile from local shops and just over a mile down Broadmayne to the Town Centre with its mainline railway station, this stylishly presented three bedroom end terrace house with gas radiator heating and PVCu double glazed windows boasts a stunning refitted kitchen, a brick paved driveway and a sunny West facing garden.
Inside and to the ground floor, the tiled Entrance Hall leads through to a dual aspect Lounge/Diner which has double doors opening onto the garden and a fitted gas fire. The Kitchen at this house is a fantastic sleek modern room, fitted with gloss white handleless units and wood effect worktops there are integrated appliances and feature LED lighting to give this a real contemporary feel.
Each of the three bedrooms are also of a good size with two having built in storage and the third having enough room for a double bed. Having a separate wc, bathroom and an adjoining airing cupboard housing a combi boiler gives you the option of moving the boiler and opening the three areas up together to create a larger bathroom with space for a separate cubicle.
As well as offering good size accommodation, great parking and a nice sunny garden, the property is situated within the popular Fryerns neighbourhood, a community dating back to the 1950`s and one of the first areas of Basildon New Town to be constructed. There is a good range of local amenities including a great Parade of shops just under 800 yards away, which includes a Chemist, `Nisa` Convenience Store/Supermarket, a long-established fish and chip shop, butchers, dry cleaners, bakery/cafe and a Martins Newsagent.
Bus stops are a-plenty in the area, getting you easily to the town centre and surrounding towns as well as both Pitsea and Basildon train stations which offer good commuter links on the C2C Southend to London Fenchurch Street line.
Accommodation As Follows..
Accommodation As Follows..
A PVCu entrance door gives access into this large tiled floor hall, the stairs rise to the first floor, there is a door leading into the lounge and the tiled floor continues into the modern fitted kitchen.
Lounge/Diner 6.27m x 3.4m (20ft5 x 11ft1)
This dual aspect lounge with stylish wood effect flooring and double doors opening onto the rear garden enjoys good natural light and with a fire surround and inset gas fire it has that useful focal point for the cold nights.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.09m x 3.01m > 1.98m (16ft6 x 9ft8)
What a room...This recently fitted stylish kitchen with a large tile floor has sleek gloss white handleless soft close units with wood effect worktops, upstands and concealed LED lighting to both high and low-level plinths that create a stunning contemporary feel. There is an integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer as well as a built in AEG electric oven and 5 ring gas hob with a central wok burner and cooker hood above. In addition, there is a breakfast bar area, deep pan draws, a Corian sink unit with a swan neck mixer tap and a window and door that opens onto the 67` deep rear garden.
From the grey carpeted landing there is an access hatch to the loft, a storage cupboard housing the combi boiler and panel doors to each room.
Bedroom One 3.45m x 3.28m (11ft3 x 10ft7)
This front facing room with a wood laminate floor is squarish in design and has a large built in storage cupboard that back onto the third bedroom and could therefore be reversed.
Bedroom Two 3.4m > 2.51m x 2.91m (11ft1 > 8ft2 x 9ft5)
Another bedroom with built in storage to one wall and a rear facing window.
Bedroom Three 3.42m x 2.02m (11ft2 x 6ft6)
A most generously sized third bedroom that the owner currently has a double bed in. As already mentioned the built-in storage cupboard in the main bedroom backs directly onto this room so if preferred it could be reversed to enable access from here.
With a rear facing window this part tiled bathroom is fitted with a white suite consisting of a pedestal wash basin and a panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. In other houses similar to this some owners have chosen to remove the separating wall to the wc and also combine the airing cupboard to create a larger bathroom.
Again, with a rear window there is a white low level wc.
The front of the property has a small lawn area and a brick paved drive providing parking for 2/3 cars. The brick paving extends to the side of the house and this measures 2.25m (7ft3) wide.
The rear garden enjoys a lovely westerly aspect and measures approx. 21.4m 67` x 28`, it commences with a decked seating area with the remainder being mainly lawn and enclosed by fencing. There is a side gate leading back to the driveway, an outside water tap, power point and a large metal storage shed located to the rear boundary.
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