Keller Williams UK
4 bed Semi-Detached House Sold

Warleywoods Crescent, Brentwood, Essex

£650,000 Offers In Excess Of

Property Description

  • Semi-detached, family home
  • 1733 SqFt
  • Four bedrooms, two bathrooms
  • En-suite to the main bedroom
  • Two reception room
  • Living/dining area
  • Kitchen with utility room
  • Brick built outbuilding with Wifi
  • Private rear garden
  • Close to Brentwood Station and town centre

If you are looking for a good size family home in a great location then this former hospital built, 1930’s semi-detached house could be the perfect fit for a growing family. The current owners are looking for offers in excess of £650,000 and viewings are being conducted via an Open Day on Saturday 2nd of July, by appointment only.

There is so much to like about this home from location to size. A real blank canvas for someone to come in and make their mark on a home that has been a real joy for the current owners to live in. The garden is a complete oasis of calm and the floor space of over 1700 SqFt provides plenty of room for the house to be enjoyed as a family home.


As you come into the property from the Green, set back from the road, there is a porch that leads into the downstairs hallway. Looking back through the porch the Green is luscious in colour and provides a lovely backdrop to the house. Inside there is a downstairs cloakroom with W.C. to the right of the hall and a lovely front sitting room to the left with working gas fire. This room really does conjure up images of a cosy winter’s evening with the fire on and a warm mug of hot chocolate in hand. A perfect room for guests to enjoy or a little oasis away from the chaos a vibrant family home can sometimes provide.

Moving along past the stairs there is another door into the second reception area and then further along you enter the fully equipped open plan kitchen, complete with separate utility room. The house benefits from a low-level extension to the rear running the whole width of the house which has really opened the whole space flooding the house with light. In this extended area there is a large lounge/diner with doors leading out to the garden on both sides as well as being open to the second reception/lounge with its working fireplace.


Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as dressing area and en-suite bathroom to the main bedroom. The main bedroom also benefits from bi-fold doors and a Juliet style balcony overlooking the garden. The hallway is nice and wide and potential to add value with plenty of loft space that could possibly be utilised.

The whole house is double glazed, with central heating throughout. You can control the heating through your mobile telephone using the Hive mobile app. The property is in council tax band E, currently costing £2243 per year. Please see the floorplan for room dimensions and there is also a virtual tour available on request.


Outside is where this family home really does become that oasis of calm and sitting there even or a few minutes feels like you could be in the middle of the countryside. There are large trees to the rear of the garden providing a wildlife sanctuary for the birds and plenty of privacy.

The owners have a fully insulated, brick-built outbuilding in the garden, complete with electricity and WIFI, providing the all-important home office. This space could also be used as a children’s play area or teenager’s den. There is a wide patio running the width of the house which is perfect for entertaining or Alfresco dining in the Summer or simply for that morning cup of coffee before the day begins.

The house also benefits from side access leading to the front garden and then out to the path and the Green beyond.


“We have lived in our home for 27 years and raised 2 children here, who both attended local schools, within walking distance. The convenience of local amenities, the station just a few minutes’ walk away providing easy access to London is a real bonus. Our private garden is a sanctuary for wildlife with many bird species visiting and nesting. We have loved being so close to the woods and Warley Country Park for lovely walks”.


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 is the eastern terminus of the newly opened Elizabeth Line (crossrail) and Brentwood stands proud as one of the stations along the line. The Elizabeth Line will eventually carry passengers direct from Shenfield, through central London and then out to the west via Heathrow, terminating at Reading.
Council tax band: E

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