Weald Close, Brentwood CM14

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Delightful three bedroom elevated detached bungalow found within a Prestigious location. Sought after residential area close to Brentwood High Street, moments drive to railway station and A12/M25 road links. This well loved family home offers huge potential to extend into the loft and rear stpc. Accommodation boasts three well proportioned bedrooms, lovely size lounge, kitchen, three piece bathroom and separate shower room. Externally the property has a truly stunning rear garden with manicured lawn and summer house to remain. Driveway parking to front leads to double garage.

Guide Price £800,000 - £900,000

Enter the property via porch to front aspect. Entrance hall gives access to all rooms. Boarded loft with ladder to remain and light.

Main bedroom 12'5 x 12'1 over looks the front aspect. Feature bay double glazed window. Mirror fronted sliding door wardrobes.

Bedroom two/dining room 13'3 x 11'8 keeps with the same theme, bay fronted double glazed window.

Bedroom three 12'5 x 10'0 double glazed window to side.

Family bathroom comprises, bath, wash hand basin and low level wc. Tiling to walls. Obscure double glazed window.

Shower room comprises, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level wc. Tiling to walls. Obscure double glazed window.

Lounge 21'0 x 11'9 gives external access via patio sliding doors. Feature fireplace. Coved ceiling.

Kitchen/breakfast room 20'1 x 10'0 also gives external access to rear garden. Range of wall and base mounted units. L-shaped worksurfaces housing sink drainer. Hob, encased oven, extractor fan. Space for other appliances. Dual aspect double glazed windows.

Externally the property sits on a stunning un-overlooked rear garden offering an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and bushes. Manicured lawn edged with flower bed bordering. Patio seating area and side access gate. Summer House with electrics to remain.

Double garage with up and over door, power and light connected. Plenty of driveway parking fronting.

Council Tax Band: G

Local Authority: Brentwood

Disclaimer: Council tax is given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed before exchange of contracts.

Brentwood’s name is derived from ‘Burnt Wood’, referring to a clearing made in the dense forest covering this part of Essex by a fire. Over time, it became a stopping point for pilgrims travelling to Canterbury and the remains of a 12th Century chapel in the town centre bear testimony to this. When Henry III granted a royal charter to hold markets, Brentwood developed into a place of commerce and today, its bustling High Street and surrounding roads reflects that this is still a well-to-do town, yet surrounded by beautiful open spaces and historic locations to explore. Independent shops and popular restaurants, along with a vibrant club scene make Brentwood an exciting place to visit.

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