- Detached house
- Four bedrooms
- Two bathrooms & ground floor cloakroom
- Family kitchen/diner
- Dual aspect living room
- Converted garage with home office/studio
- South facing garden
- Side drive providing parking for multiple vehicles
- Potential to extend (STPP)
- Short walk to Brentwood Station (Elizabeth line)
Situated in the Warley area of Brentwood is this wonderful, weatherboarded, detached, family home in a cul-de-sac location. Offered for sale on a Guide Price of £650,000 - £700,000. Virtual tour available.
Arranged over two floors and built in the 80’s the house has been weatherboarded protecting the exterior walls against potential damage caused by rain, snow, wind, or hail. As well as being aesthetically pleasing the weatherboarding also has insulative properties helping to keep the warmth in.
The current owners bought the land to the side of the house when it became available, which now provides plenty of off-street parking for several vehicles, as well as the potential to extend the home subject to planning permission. There is a large loft spanning the entire footprint of the house which could also provide the potential to extend for a growing family. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout, along with lots of other key features.
Shall we step inside?
Walking through the country style front door you are immediately greeted with an abundance of light from the wide, entrance hall. There are carpeted stairs leading to the first floor, and there is a ground floor cloakroom to your left. Moving down the hall there are doors leading to the living room, dining room and kitchen, as well as a cupboard under the stairs.
The living room is a really welcoming space with its gas fireplace sitting proudly as the focal point. There are French doors leading outside to the patio space in the garden and a window to the front of the house providing dual aspect and lots of light.
People say that the kitchen is the heart of the home and that really does apply to this family home. One of the best home improvements the current owners made was to open-up the kitchen to what was a separate dining room, so now it’s one bright entertaining space for everyone to enjoy together. The country style kitchen is fully fitted with base and overhead units incorporating integrated appliances, a grand Cookmaster cooker and solid wood work surfaces. The open plan kitchen diner kitchen leads into a glass conservatory which is a lovely space to sit and read a book or that morning cup of coffee.
Moving upstairs you will find the main bedroom with its own ensuite bathroom, as well as three other bedrooms and a family bathroom. From one of the bedrooms there is access to the loft, which is currently part-boarded but offers a real expanse of space that could make a fabulous primary suite with its own bathroom or even possibly two additional bedrooms.
What about outside?
Well, to the rear there is a well-maintained south facing, private garden with patio, lawn and path leading to the converted garage. The garden is a real sun trap providing the perfect entertaining space for family barbecues.
The garage has been divided into two separate spaces, providing extra storage to the front and home office/studio to the rear. To the side is a gravel drive that provides plenty of parking for several cars, along with the potential to extend the existing house subject to planning permission, or even an extension to your outside entertaining space.
The owners view..
'We've been happy in this, our perfect family home but time to downsize. We'll be staying in Brentwood, it's our safe place, a real community and has all the amenities on your doorstep'
'The house is ideally situated for train station, which now has suburb links to London and Heathrow with the Elizabeth Line'
Situated just 0.8 miles of Brentwood Mainline Railway Station which provides frequent trains to London Liverpool Street and Shenfield. Shenfield is the eastern terminus of the Elizabeth Line which carries passengers from Shenfield, through central London and then out to the west via Heathrow, terminating at Reading.
Brentwood offers the best of Town and Country. From the amazing Country Parks – to the High Street, Bars and Restaurants, not to mention the boutique independent shops on Crown Street.
One of the reasons why families choose to move to Brentwood is because of its excellent access offered to local schooling, which includes Warley Primary School and Holly Trees Primary School close by and Brentwood County High School within a mile away. Brentwood is also home to some incredible private education with Brentwood School and the award-winning Ursuline Preparatory School.
Council tax band: E