Keller Williams UK
2 bed Terraced House Sold

St. Peters Road, Warley, Brentwood, Essex

£400,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • Victorian cottage
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Lots of character with original features
  • Exposed brick working fireplace
  • Through lounge
  • Separate Kitchen
  • Downstairs bathroom
  • Summer house in the garden
  • Short walk to Brentwood Station

As the launch of Crossrail edges ever closer, the demand in Brentwood for two-bedroom starter homes, from buyers looking to step on to the property ladder for the first time, continues to grow at a rapid pace. We believe this charming, two-bedroom cottage, just a short walk to the station and the town centre beyond is a first-time buyer’s dream. Available on a guide price of £400,000 to £425,000.

As you walk into the property you can’t help but smile as you are greeted instantly by the charm and alure of the exposed brick working fireplace that stands pride and centre of the living area. Beyond, the tasteful décor throughout the ground floor including the painted original floorboards really brings a sense of style and Victorian drama that compliments the house perfectly.

Situated next to the kitchen at the bottom of the stairs there is a ground floor bathroom with bathtub and attached shower unit above. The recently refurbished kitchen with new units leads out onto a low maintenance garden, complete with seated patio area, brick-built BBQ, artificial grass and a wonderful summer house at the bottom of the garden. Back inside the house there are two double bedrooms upstairs with plenty of built-in storage, as well as wooden flooring in both rooms and a feature fireplace in the main bedroom.

First time home buyers in Brentwood will be delighted to know that the summer house at the bottom of the garden provides the perfect home office space or additional entertaining area, which the current homeowners have really enjoyed using throughout the year.


“I love how quiet it is being down a dead-end road without passing cars making it very secure and peaceful, which being so close to town and the train station is quite special. I also like having the park next door where my dog enjoys his morning runs and I enjoy my morning coffees right on our doorstep.

The garden room has allowed us to host many gatherings, from Christmas to birthdays, and functions as an office and games room and it’s just become a key part of our daily life all year round. The house has always felt like a home and its sure to not only welcome its next owners but give them as many happy memories as it has for us”.


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!”

Brentwood rail station is a short walk away and provides frequent trains to London Liverpool Street and Shenfield. Shenfield will also be the eastern terminus of Crossrail when it finally makes its long-awaited debut later this year. Crossrail will carry passengers from Shenfield, through central London and then out to the west via Heathrow, terminating at Reading.
Council tax band: C

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