- Big Mid Terrace House featuring 3 double bedrooms and with a 55ft Rear Garden too
- Hall with big understairs cupboard
- 16ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room with super 6 ring Range Cooker & separate Utility Room behind
- Gas Central Heating via radiators, upvc windows, upgraded electrics
- 0.5 mile to the Nature Reserve
- Situated in the sought after Conservation Area of Noak Bridge
- 23ft Lounge/Diner with windows either end (nice and bright)
- Ground floor WC Room and refitted 1st Floor Bathroom
- 2 Minute walk to local Convenience Store, woodland walks & the village Primary School
- Short Drive to both Billericay & Basildon Towns
Big House with 55ft Garden in the CONSERVATION AREA of Noak Bridge Village, near local shops. Hall with big understairs cupboard, 23ft Lounge/Diner, 16ft Kit/Brek Room with RANGE COOKER, separate Utility Room, ground floor WC Room, FITTED WARDROBES in 2 of the 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, refitted Bathroom.
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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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a) The rent
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