Silver End Witham
Good sized plot; 2 outbuildings; quiet country location
To London via mainl line station at Witham
Large drive-way with parking for up to 6 cars
Bus route on main road (100 yds)
HouseSimple is pleased to present this 4 bedroom Detached House in Silver End, Witham.
This spacious house, in a semi-rural location on the border of Rivenhall at the end of a quiet close, has a total plot of around 0.16 acre.
The house has 4 bedrooms (3 double), a large kitchen, with a breakfast bar, a large lounge, a separate dining room, study and two bath/shower rooms, one with a 4-piece suite. (There is a 110 cm gas range cooker which has just been completely refurbished, which could be included in this sale.) The house has full security features including 4-channel 24 hour CCTV monitoring, smoke monitors and alarm. There is a garage which also houses the gas-fired boiler and utility area. (The gas boiler and heating system have just had a complete refurbishment at a cost of around £2900.) The house has a large block-paved front drive which will park up to 6 cars. It has full central heating and double glazing, except for the front porch and conservatory. There are stations for a plumbed-in dishwasher and washing machine. There is a spacious loft which is boarded and has electric light and power installed. The rear garden is South-facing and a South-facing conservatory at the rear of this house enables the enjoyment of sunny days even when the weather outside is cold. (The conservatory also has a central heating radiator.) All rooms except the conservatory and porch have real plaster coving to the ceilings.
There are two working satelite dishes installed, one set to the Astra 2 cluster and the other to Astra 1 (both Free to view). All main services are connected. There are 13 fruit-bearing trees and many other bushes, shrubs and flowering plants; there are two recently installed substantial metal sheds (rodent-proof), one large and a smaller gardening shed. There is a private path with a gate into the adjacent road, which leads to footpaths which offer country walks, with nearby lakes having fish, ducks, swans, geese and other wild birds. There is much vegetation on the edge of these footpaths for foraging at the appropriate times of the year (e.g. blackberries, rose hips, sloes, and wild apples).
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