Trinity Close, Billericay

Price £329,995 - Available


  • 2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW OFFERING NO ONWARD CHAIN - KEYS HELD FOR IMMEDIATE VIEWING
  • CLOSE TO LOCAL SHOPS AND GOOD BUS ROUTES
  • REAR LOUNGE WITH FIREPLACE
  • BOTH BEDROOMS ARE DOUBLE WITH FITTED WARDROBES
  • EASY TO MAINTAIN GARDEN
  • PEACEFUL LOCATION TUCKED AWAY AT THE END OF A CUL DE SAC
  • DOUBLE GLAZED THROUGHOUT & GAS CENTRAL HEATING VIA RADIATORS
  • MODERN WELL FITTED KITCHEN AND DINING AREA
  • ATTRACTIVE WOOD LAMINATE FLOORING TO ALL LIVING AREAS
  • SINGLE GARAGE

A delightful bungalow tucked away at the end of a peaceful Cul-de-Sac within the popular Great Burstead area. This Semi-Detached Bungalow benefits from 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS with fitted wardrobes, a re-fitted Kitchen with dining area, GARAGE and NO ONWARD CHAIN. This home is perfect in many ways.

A leisurely 12 minute walk takes you to the Grange Parade where you will find all your essential amenities on the doorstep and access to frequent bus services covering a wide area. The property is within easy access of Billericay High Street and Station too.

The property itself boasts easy to maintain front and rear gardens and the benefit of its own garage to the side.

Once inside you are greeted with a spacious warm and sunny entrance porch, the perfect place to add a comfortable chair and read a book. The entrance hall features wood laminate flooring and useful built in cupboard, housing the meters and a new electrical consumer unit, with plenty of extra space for storage.

The same flooring flows through the property to both the well proportioned 13ft x 12ft rear facing lounge and the 15ft x 10ft 10` Kitchen/Diner. The 2 double bedrooms benefit from built in wardrobes and large windows. A good size shower room provides a built in shower with useful full length storage cupboard to the side, perfect for towels and linen (sheets).

The windows are double glazed throughout and the property has gas central heating.

The accommodation:

ENTRANCE PORCH 7ft 6` x 4ft (2.3m x 1.2m)

A large welcoming space with quarry tiled flooring and an internal `front door` leading into:


ENTRANCE HALL 10ft 6` x 6ft 3` > 3ft 5` (3.2m x 1.9m > 1.1m)

Feature wood laminate flooring and useful built in cupboard housing meters and a new electrical consumer unit, with ample spare space for storage.


LOUNGE 13ft x 12ft (4.0m x 3.7m)

Light and bright courtesy of the 7ft rear facing window. A feature white wood fire surround with Marble back panel and hearth, and a coal effect gas fire, is the focal point of this well proportioned cosy room with the wood effect laminate flooring continuing into the lounge from the hallway.


KITCHEN/DINING AREA 15ft 10` x 10ft 10` > 7ft5` (4.6m x 3.1m > 2.3m)

A generous size kitchen diner providing ample space for a good size table and chairs if required.

The modern white gloss units provide good storage with an the added benefit of a pull out larder cabinet to match. There is a built in gas hob, Neff single oven, freestanding Bosch Serie 4 washing machine and a fully integrated dishwasher. A Potterton Profile gas boiler is discreetly housed behind a wall mounted unit. The units are complimented by the wood oak effect laminate work top which in turn blends well with the continuation of the wood laminate flooring.


BEDROOM ONE 10ft 5` x 9ft (3.2m x 2.7m)

The measurements EXCLUDE the fitted wardrobes.

Flooded with light, this front facing double bedroom has a large 7ft window and wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage.


BEDROOM TWO 10ft x 9ft 6` (3.0m x 2.9m)

Almost identical in size, this double bedroom once again has fitted double wardrobes and a large 6ft window to the side aspect, providing another light and spacious room.


SHOWER ROOM 10ft 5` x 4ft 3` (3.2m x 1.3m)

With natural daylight from the small front window and a fitted white suite incorporating a vanity unit. There are two radiators, one housed inside a useful storage cupboard next to the built-in shower cubicle.


SINGLE GARAGE

With up and over door.


FRONT GARDEN

A good size, mainly lawn and providing potential for a Front Drive.


REAR GARDEN

Easy to maintain and mostly laid to lawn, secluded rear garden.



Notice
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.

Great Burstead as a village dates back at least to AD500, when it was settled by Saxons, from Lower Saxony, nowadays better known as Germany. It was first recorded, about 975, as `Burgestede` meaning `stronghold-site`.

The adjacent village of South Green was first recorded as `Southwood Greene` in 1593, becoming the more recognised South Green in 1777.

GREAT BURSTEAD

The centrepiece of Great Burstead is the Conservation area, centred around the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on Church Street and a trio of listed buildings, one of which I had the pleasure of selling about ten years ago - a beautiful16th-17th century timber framed house.

The Grade 1 listed Norman church dates back to the 12th century and was the original parish church for the whole of the area, in those days encompassing Billericay too.

Great Burstead has a great local pub on the corner of Mill Road and Southend Road, which serves great food.
The King`s Head Pub dates back to 1750 when it was known as the White Horse and interestingly travellers to and from Rochford and Brentwood would stop here before passing through the toll-gate which I think stood adjacent.

The `Outstanding` St Peter`s Catholic Primary School on Coxes Farm Road is almost opposite the pub and at school run times you`ll often see the Lollipop Man/Lady on duty, guiding the children across the road in front of the pub.

Along Kennel Lane are the popular small housing estates of Coopers Croft and Froden Brook. Pretty developments built in the early 1990`s by Countryside Homes, on the site of the Balls Plastics factory.
The old brook itself is still there, running underground but surfaces as a culvert in the lower part of Church Street.

Opposite the developments, on the other side of Kennel Lane, is a 1.25 acre, 12ft plus deep (in places) reed fringed Fishing Lake with a good mix of different fish.

As a local agent, I associate the whole of Church Street, Mill Road, Kennel Lane and some of the roads off these as Great Burstead. A few other pockets fall into the area (part of Southend Road, Coxes Farm Road and Grange Road, etc), with the rest coming under South Green.

SOUTH GREEN

Towards the top of Bell Hill, Gatwick House, a Grade II listed building from 1767, now secluded from the road by trees, presides over the area which heads down towards the village green on the right.

A great parade of shops on Grange Road overlook the ancient `Green` (originally much bigger) and together they form the heart of the area.

The shops include a Costcutter Supermarket, Post Office, Chemist, Greengrocer and a pretty good fish and chip shop.

The local South Green Infants & Junior Schools both have `Good` OFSTED Reports and the area falls within catchment for Billericay Secondary School, also benefiting from a `Good` OFSTED rating.

Built in 1956 the local village hall serves the community well and on the opposite side of the road a bit further up, `Main Road Garage` provides petrol and the usual garage services.

The bulk of the residential development has been London Borough estates, built in the 1950`s and 1960`s to cater for London overspill. That said, there is a number of old properties in the area, particularly around the Green, providing character appeal.

Finally, public transport. There are bus stops a-plenty in the area taking you to Billericay High Street and Mainline Railway Station in minutes and the surrounding towns in little more.

In 1997 legislation was passed resulting in the two parishes coming under the Billericay area of the Basildon District Council.


Tim Kirkman

Floor Plan