A substantial 1930`s family home with a wealth of potential and scope for redevelopment (STPP) is presented to the market witch vacant possession and CHAIN FREE. The property is located just minutes away from Shenfield`s mainline station in an enviable location with views over Shenfield Green and within the catchment area of St Mary`s primary school. The property is set back from the road offering off street parking for multiple vehicles and is accessed from a stunning oak panelled entrance hall with a beautiful stain glassed window to the rear of the property as you make your way up the stairs.
A shingle carriage driveway with space for approximately 6 vehicles.
The entrance hall is oak panelled from the floor to the plate rack. There is an oak staircase with large understair storage cupboard. A church style, leaded light, stained glass window measuring 2.7 metres in height on the half landing. Beautiful oak panelled doors provide access to the reception rooms.
Reception One – 18’3″ (5.56m) x 11’9″ (3.58m)
A wide walk in bay window to the front with an oak window sill with oak panelling under. This room is oak panelled to picture rail height with a beautiful wooden fireplace.
Reception Two – 23’9″ (7.24m) x 11’5″ (3.48m)
Large walk in bay window to front. Wooden book shelving with sliding doors to the family room. An Adams style fireplace with floor to ceiling chimney breast. Two radiators.
Reception Three – 19’9″ (6.02m) x 14’4″ (4.37m)
With views overlooking the garden and patio area there is access via sliding patio doors. Two radiators.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 14’4″ (4.37m) x 12’0″ (3.66m)
A large kitchen with window and half glazed door to side. Window to rear. Base and eye level units with stainless steel double sink with drainer and mixer tap over. Floor standing boiler.
Utility Room – 7’2″ (2.18m) x 5’3″ (1.6m)
Window to side. Stainless steel sink inset with mixer taps. Cupboard below and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Ground Floor WC – 8’4″ (2.54m) x 3’11” (1.19m)
Obscure window to side. White suite comprising low level wc. Wall mounted wash hand basin with cupboard under. Radiator.
Part galleried landing. Loft access.
Bedroom One – 17’0″ (5.18m) x 11’9″ (3.58m)
Walk in bay window to front. Fitted wardrobes, Wall mounted sink with storage cupboard below. Access can be gained to a bathroom to provide an en-suite. Radiator.
Bedroom Two – 13’10” (4.22m) x 11’6″ (3.51m)
Walk in bay window to rear. Built in wardrobes. Radiator.
Bedroom Three – 12’3″ (3.73m) x 11’6″ (3.51m)
Walk in bay window to front. Fitted wardrobes. Radiator.
Bedroom Four – 10’7″ (3.23m) x 8’3″ (2.51m)
Window to front. Radiator.
Bathroom – 9’5″ (2.87m) x 6’9″ (2.06m)
Obscure window to rear. Suite comprising of a panel bath, bidet, low level wc and a wash hand basin. Fully tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Airing cupboard with cylinder tank and shelving for linen.
Shower Room – 7’1″ (2.16m) x 5’11” (1.8m)
Window to rear. Shower tray with hand held shower attachment. Tiling to walls. Heated towel rail.
Garden – 105’0″ (32m) x 49’11” (15.21m)
A large patio area which runs the full width of the plot. Step down to lawn. Shrubs and raised beds and lawn. Fencing, brick wall and high conifers form the boundaries. A conifer arch leads through to large area at bottom of garden which a timber shed.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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