- Modern Country Home and Detached Bungalow
- Separate Outbuildings For Offices and Workshops
- Stunning Reception Hall and Galleried Landing
- Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Family Bathroom
- Far Reaching Views of Surrounding Farmland
- Rural Plot Approaching 2 Acres
- Five Bedrooms
- Underfloor Heating
- Double Detached Garage
- Enclosed Plot With Electronically Controlled Entry Gates
Occupying an enclosed plot approaching approx. 1.5 acres, this regency style five-bedroom home with double garage, detached bungalow accommodation and separate detached office/workshops and cart lodge, provides an ideal rural retreat capable of evolving to incorporate most family set ups.
Sitting back within the grounds, behind electronic security gates, this modern country home which was built in 2009 sits on high ground affording far reaching views of the surrounding farmland and countryside.
Being built in a Georgian style the internal accommodation, with under floor heating, features deep sliding sash windows that help to bring in an abundance of natural light that flows throughout the first and ground floor living space.
A stunning reception hall with a marble tiled floor and galleried landing, gives both a most impressive entrance and access into the rear facing refitted kitchen/breakfast room which just like the adjoining living room has double doors opening to the garden.
The property enjoys a wonderful semi-rural setting surrounded by farmland, within the grounds there is also a Detached One Bedroom bungalow with under floor heating, which could be used as additional family accommodation or as a games building. As well as this building there is also a separate double garage, a workshop/studio/gym and for those with equestrian interests, a double cart lodge barn which could offer potential for conversion into stabling.
Its worth noting the property remains conveniently situated for the commuter with train services at Billericay (2.5 miles) offering fast and frequent services into London. Excellent road links are also close by with the A127 being less than 2 miles away and linking to the M25 at junction 29 just 6.5 miles distant. In addition, its also worth noting we are told this property qualifies for a door to door taxi service to the local secondary school.
RECEPTION HALL 6.07m > 4.29m x 3.76m (19ft11 > 14ft1 x 12ft4)
Double entrance doors open into this sizeable reception hall, with marble floor tiles and underfloor heating that continues throughout the ground floor, inset ceiling downlighters and a central split staircase the classical external style and mirrored within this entrance.
The tiled floor matches that of the hall, there is a side window and a modern white suite consists of a low level wc and pedestal wash basin.
STUDY 3.63m x 2.22m (11ft11 x 7ft3)
Positioned to the front of the house with one of the large Georgian windows, this naturally bright study has fitted storage and desk tops to two sides to create several work stations.
DINING ROOM 3.78m x 3.75m (12ft5 x 12ft4)
Being almost square in design and with large windows to both the front and side there is a great deal of natural light flooding into this carpeted reception room.
KITCHEN/DINER 7.48m x 4.22m (24ft6 x 13ft10)
Having been recently refitted in well-chosen stylish units with quartz worktops to compliment marble tiled floor, this rear facing kitchen/breakfast/diner is a perfect hub for this home. Soft close units incorporate curved corners and appliances to include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a Rangemaster Aga style cooker. In addition, there is an island unit that combines a breakfast bar, a side stable door, double doors that open onto the rear garden and there are double doors to the living room.
LIVING ROOM 4.35m x 4.25m (14ft3 x 13ft11)
Enjoying lovely views of the garden, this carpeted living room with a feature stone fire surround and an LPG gas fire gives a welcoming cosy feel,
GALLERIED LANDING 6.15m > 3.77m x 4.95m (20ft2 > 12ft4 x 16ft3)
Just like the hallway, this most generously proportioned landing with turned balustrades and serving the split stairs has inset downlighters and a chandelier light point to ensure a grand impression is maintained just as you would expect in a home of this stature.
MASTER BEDROOM 5.77m x 3.38m (18ft11 x 11ft1)
With double doors and a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden there is a lovely back drop to this bedroom which also has a large WALK IN WARDROBE measuring 2.75m x 1.18m (9ft x 3ft10) with fitted hanging, shelving and light.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
This fully tiled en-suite with 2 wall lights has a fitted white suite that comprises a low level wc, a 1.2m wide shower cubicle with a rainhead shower and his and hers square basins with fitted mirror behind.
BEDROOM TWO 4.35 > 3.38m x 2.94m (14ft3 > 11ft1 x 9ft8)
Just like the main bedroom this one also has double doors and a Juliet Balcony. In addition, this room is "L" shaped in design giving an ideal space for a dressing table and for added convenience, its positioned next to the family bathroom.
BEDROOM THREE 3.36m x 2.58m (11ft x 8ft6)
If five bedrooms are not required, then bedrooms three and four can be combined by the removing the dividing stud wall. Both are equal in size but this one has a side window.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.36m x 2.37m (11ft x 7ft9)
This double bedroom has a front facing window and to match the other bedrooms there are LED inset downlighters to the ceiling.
BEDROOM FIVE 3.37m x 2.26m (11ft1 x 7ft5)
Currently used a dressing room as it adjoins the master, this fifth bedroom would still provide the space required for a double bed.
FAMILY BATHROOM 2.88m x 2.43m
Having just recently been refurbished and updated, this good-sized tiled bathroom with a white suite consists of a walk-in shower with mirrored privacy screen, a spa bath, a low level wc and pedestal wash basin.
The property sits behind electronically controlled gates and is approached by a long gravel drive with stocked borders. Positioned within this frontage is a DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE and a gate gives vehicular side access to the OUTBUILDINGS and DETACHED ANNEXE.
DETACHED ONE BEDROOM BUNGALOW or GAMES ROOM
Built in a matching red brick and situated to one side of the house this annexe with under floor heating offers a whole host of possible uses, in addition to separate accommodation for a family member this is the ideal size for a playroom, gym or home business.
RECEPTION ROOM 8.37m x 6.09m > 4.49m (27ft6 x 20ft > 14ft9)
In addition to the entrance door, this large space with a part vaulted ceiling, inset spot lights and a fitted bar to one area has a glazed panel to one side and five panel front facing bi-folding doors that look across the garden to help this building connect to the outdoors. Doors from this living room lead into each of the three adjoining rooms.
KITCHEN 2.97m x 2.87m (9ft9 x 9ft5)
Positioned off the living room and facing the front, there are modern cream coloured units and complementary wood style worktops with a tiled splashback fitted to three sides of this room. Within these units there is a stainless sink unit, a built-in electric oven with cooker hood above and spaces for a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer.
BEDROOM 3m x 2.87m (9ft10 x 9ft5)
This double bedroom has a side window.
The shower room has a rear facing window, tiling to the walls and floor and a white suite that comprises of wash basin, low level wc and walk in shower cubicle.
The enclosed gardens here are mainly lawn with established shrub borders, in the past these have been divided to provide paddocks and could be arranged as such again. There is a gentle slope to the lawns and to the side is a gravelled path to provide easy access between each of the outbuildings together with vehicular access to each.
Positioned to the side of the plot and accessed via the gravelled drive, this timber built insulated building consists of three separate areas.
AREA ONE 5.82m x 2.71m (19ft1 x 8ft11)
This area is accessed via double swing doors and with 3 side windows there is a good degree of natural light. Open access into
AREA TWO 5.79m x 2.93m (19ft x 9ft7)
Again this area has a front facing window and open access into..
AREA THREE 5.93m x 5.78m (19ft5 x 19ft)
This main area with a part vaulted ceiling, would be an ideal studio/gym, there is a mirrored wall, three side windows and one front facing window with adjacent entrance door.
The cart lodge is positioned to the rear of the plot adjacent to the dog pound, surrounding the cart lodge is the gravelled driveway which in turn provides additional space for caravan, boat or campervan.
LOCKED STORE 5.36m x 1.9m (17ft7 x 6ft3)
An ideal enclosed storage space for all those occasionally used paint pots and necessities.
OPEN COVERED STORE 5.49m x 5.36m (18ft x 17ft7)
Although this part of the store is open to the elements it provides extensive covered storage, however it could also be converted to stabling if required.
This property has LPG Gas for heating, hot water and the fireplace and a Klargester high performance sewage treatment plant.
As previously mentioned, Little Burstead Is a small, pretty, historic village which lies on the fringes of Billericay, just a 3-minute (1.3 mile) drive from the High Street.
It retains many period properties of architectural and historical interest - there are 11 Listed Buildings in the village including a red telephone box! which helped give reason to implementation in 1983 of the villages Conservation area, which encompasses much of the present-day village
Because of the conservation area, there has been very little building, and the appearance of the main part of the village has not altered much since the 1920`s.
It has a typical village mix of properties including several grand houses, a farm with its` associated agricultural buildings, a `Wealden` (medieval) house, several cottages, a Victorian school building (closed in 1947 - now used by the church), Village Hall, a few Victorian Villas and some more modern postwar houses.
The railway came to Billericay in 1889 and as a result an area of Plotlands developed in the `Broomhills Chase` area. This delightful part of the village has a lovely old-fashioned feel with no pavements.
The local parish church of St. Mary the Virgin (a lovely church dating back to the 14th century), is on the outskirts of the village, overlooking the Thames Valley.
Although a Rural area, the village is just a three-minute drive from Billericay High Street, 4.5 miles from Basildon and 5.5 miles from Brentwood.
Central London is roughly 30 miles distant, with Billericay town itself benefiting from a mainline railway station accessing London Liverpool Street in just 35 minutes Monday to Friday.
Little Burstead is about 70m above sea level, set in gently rolling countryside with the River Crouch running across the north eastern boundary of the conservation area.
The village also boasts its own `Common`, `Laindon, Common`, an area of approximately 28 acres set aside by the original Lord of the Manor as grazing land for commoners. Now a mixture of ancient grassland and woodland.
As mentioned, the village has an eclectic mix of housing with several large old Elizabethan houses in the village including the Old Rectory, which are all now privately owned. The most prominent one is Stockwell Hall, the Dour house of the Mexborough family who owned a lot of the properties in the village, farms and cottages etc. The property is now more commonly known as the Clock House, because of the large clock on the end of the house.
Up until the first half of the 20th century, these larger houses along with the farms, provided employment for most of the villagers, as did the Wheelwright, Blacksmiths, Bakers and a General store.
In summary, Little Burstead is a delightful place to live, surprisingly close to Billericay and the A127 giving quick access on to the M25 and ideal for the commuter seeking more peaceful, rural weekends.
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.