- Victorian detached Bungalow on 0.96 acre, in semi-rural setting
- Properties in the area range from residential to commercial giving many options
- Owned by the same family for generations
- Previously a registered Smallholding as well as the old village School
- The plot is approx 242ft wide x 160ft deep and majority woodland
- 1 minute drive to the A127
Having already been a registered smallholding as well as a local shop and school, back in the 1920s, this 1870's built detached bungalow which occupies a wooded plot of approximately 1 acre offers a multitude of residential options and even potential commercial uses. (Subject to Consent)
The two bedroom bungalow itself is 77m2/829 sqft, it has gas radiator heating, some double glazed windows, two reception rooms, a small conservatory and a metal outbuilding with power. There are a few noteable structural defects including the join between the original bungalow and the extensions that were carried out in 1960 and 1985 and may therefore mean this purchase might only be suitable for cash buyers or low loan to value mortgages.
Having said that, to the right person this is a great opportunity to unlock considerable potential for enlargement to existing structure and redevelopment to incorporate a home business on an acre plot.
The site sits on the edge Noak Bridge, positioned to the easterly end of Wash Road where it adjoins Hardings Elm Road, being just 0.3 miles from the A127.
For reference the road frontage is approximately 242' wide with a depth of 160' and running along one boundary is a small brook.
Viewings of the site need to accompanied and are only available by prior appointment.
Please contact Henton Kirkman on 01277 500800 or call into the offices in Billericay High Street to make arrangements.
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.
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