Keller Williams UK
3 bed Semi-Detached House Sold

King Georges Road, Pilgrims Hatch, Brentwood, Essex

£500,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • Semi-detached
  • Three bedrooms
  • Luxury family bathroom
  • Open plan dining and living area
  • Separate kitchen
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Insulated outbuilding with power and lighting
  • Low maintenance side & rear garden
  • Gated, off street parking & garage
  • Close to Larchwood school (outstanding Ofsted rating)

Offered for sale at a guide price of £500,000 to £525,000 with a completed onward chain, this lovely semi-detached house on a popular residential road was the current owner's first home as a homeowner. He has modernised the property throughout with sleek Amtico flooring and soft plush carpet.

When buying this property, the current owner loved the sense of space the house offered with its open plan feel and sight lines from the front through to the back. He looked at other properties more central but none in his price bracket provided off-street parking and a garage. He has found living in Pilgrim's Hatch as the perfect balance of village meets town/city life.

GROUND FLOOR

Walking through the front door of the property you will find the downstairs cloakroom with W.C. to the right of you and a door into a well-equipped kitchen to left. The kitchen benefits from a gas hob and electric oven, as well as plenty of kitchen cabinets and door leading outside to the side of the house. Moving past the staircase you enter an open plan living and dining area, which has been stylishly decorated. There is a feature wood-panelled wall in the dining section and then a wall-mounted TV on the largest expanse of the wall at the side, which is at the centre of the entire room. There is also a children’s play area to the rear, but this could be an additional seating area or workspace looking out onto the garden through the double patio doors.

FIRST FLOOR

Upstairs you will find three comfortable bedrooms and a wonderful luxurious family bathroom with ‘marble’ style wall tiles, matching sink and bath panel. The bathroom has been cleverly designed using the slope of the eaves to create a sense of space. There is an overhead shower unit in the bath and a modern bathroom mirror above the sink.

The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazed-windows throughout, as well as a combi-boiler for the hot water and heating. The property is alarmed and there is also a charging point to the side of the house for an electric vehicle. Please see the floorplan for room dimensions and there is also a virtual tour available on request. Council tax band: D

OUTSIDE

The current owner has created a fantastic gravel and brick paved drive, providing parking for three cars secured with fencing and a farm-style gate to the road. The rear garden has been designed to provide a decked seating area with low maintenance ‘astro turf’ grass and a fantastic addition of an outbuilding in the rear garden. This provides the all-important work from home space with power, lighting and insulation. The outbuilding, high on most buyers tick list, could be used as a cinema room or bar area connected to the garden for outdoor entertaining of friends and family. There is also access from the garden to the garage at the rear of the house, with additional off-street parking in front of the garage.

Running along the side of the house is another paved patio area, providing side access to the kitchen, as well as the front of the house. This space is wide enough for additional seating and would be great for BBQs and Al-fresco dining in the summer months.

LOCATION

Looking at the property location you have a very short drive or comfortable walk to the vibrancy of Brentwood town centre in one direction (not forgetting the Calcott Hall farm shop on the doorstep with local, fresh, organic produce). Whilst the other way leads you to the Weald, which is great for long walks, along with some fabulous local places to dine, such as The Black Horse, the very fashionable Royal Rose and the legendary Alec's restaurant. There are also some lovely secluded and quiet locations in this direction leading you out towards the Essex countryside.

The Brentwood area is served by some great schools with the closest being the fantastic Larchwood Primary School, which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted.

The nearest rail stations are Brentwood and Shenfield both less than a couple of miles away, providing frequent trains to London Liverpool Street. Shenfield will be the eastern terminus of Crossrail when it finally makes its long-awaited debut. Crossrail will carry 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 stores, bars and restaurants, not to mention the wonderful independent businesses on Crown Street - it’s a brilliant place to be!”
Council tax band: D

To discuss this property please contact Peter Garland-Collins on: