- PRIME LOCATION
- FIVE BEDROOMS
- FOUR BATHROOMS
- FOUR RECEPTIONS
- PLANNING PERMISSION FOR EXTENSION
- CHARACTER FEATURES
An imposing red brick detached residence believed to have been originally constructed in the 1920's situated within a highly favoured road on the private residential estate of Hutton Mount. The property stands in approximately 0.40 of an acre ( stls ) with 90' frontage and and wide carriage driveway to the front. The property retains a wealth of charm and original features and is in need of some modernisation offering scope ( stp and consents ) for further expansion and alteration. Currently the accommodation comprises: spacious reception hall with cloakroom, sitting room and family room, spacious dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and shower room plus jack and jill ensuite to bedrooms two and four.
Hard wood entrance door with stained glass insert and leaded light style windows either side leads to:
Herringbone style woodblock flooring, radiator, cornice to ceiling, stairs rising to first floor, two wall light points, glazed double doors leading to family room, further doors to principle reception room and:
Comprising: wc, wash hand basin, quarry tiled floor, part tiled walls, obscure glazed window to side aspect.
Study 4.19m (13'9) x 2.03m (6'8)
Window to front aspect, sash window to side, picture rail, radiator.
Lounge 7.8m (25'7) x 4.19m (13'9)
Woodblock flooring, picture rail, open fireplace with wooden surround, marble inset and hearth, splay bay window to rear aspect overlooking the rear garden, four wall light points, french doors leading to loggia style porch.
Family Room 4.27m (14') x 3.66m (12')
Herringbone style woodblock flooring, brick fireplace, cornice to ceiling, picture rail, radiator, two sets of french doors leading to loggia.
Dining Room 5.87m (19'3) x 4.52m (14'10)
Marble fire surround and hearth, herringbone style woodblock flooring, cornice to ceiling, picture rail, splay bay window to rear aspect overlooking the garden, radiator, glazed double doors leading to breakfast room area.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.93m (22'9) x 3.66m (12')
Fitted with a comprehensive range of oak units with ceramic tiled work surfaces and herringbone style woodblock flooring comprising: single drainer one and a quarter bowl sink with mixer tap and cupboards beneath, range of base units with work surfaces over and wall mounted cupboards, split level double oven in brick housing, gas fired hob with extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator, cupboard housing hot water tank, tiled breakfast bar, two windows to side aspect, larder cupboard, spotlights to ceiling, breakfast area with matching woodblock flooring, window and glazed door overlooking the rear garden, further window to side, door from kitchen to lean-to, doors to front and rear aspects, large built in store cupboard and door to:
Space for washing machine and tumble dryer, built in cupboard and window to front aspect.
First Floor Landing
Window to front aspect, range of fitted cupboards, doors leading to:
Bedroom 1 6.02m (19'9) to rear of wardrobe into bay window x 3.89m (12'9) plus recess
An imposing room with splay bay window overlooking the rear garden, range of fitted wardrobes, built in cupboard with shelves over, radiator.
Bedroom 2 3.96m (13') into bay window x 3.66m (12') to rear of fitted wardrobes
Fitted wardrobes, wall light point, bay window to rear aspect, door to:
Jack and Jill Ensuite Shower ( also connects to Bedroom 4 )
Comprising corner shower, vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboards beneath, back to wall wc, spotlights to ceiling, ceramic tiled walls, obscure glazed window to side aspect, door to bedroom 4.
Bedroom 3 4.47m (14'8) x 4.19m (13'9) plus door recess
Fitted wardrobes plus two chest of drawer units, two sash windows to rear aspect, radiator,
Bedroom 4 4.19m (13'9) x 3.66m (12')
Two sash windows to side aspect, corner fitted wardrobes, radiator, door to jack and jill ensuite shower room, window to side aspect.
Bedroom 5 3.25m (10'8) x 3.71m (12'2)
Sash window to rear aspect and further window to side, built in double width wardrobe, vanity wash hand basin with cupboard beneath, radiator.
Shower cubicle, corner wash hand basin, window to front aspect, ceramic tiled walls and floor.
Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, part tiled walls, sash window to side aspect, radiator/heated towel rail.
Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, low level wc, heated towel rail/radiator, obscure glazed windows to front and side aspects.
As previously mentioned the property stands in approximately 0.40 of an acre ( stls ) and is approached from the road via brick piers with lanterns leading to a block paved carriage driveway with central bed of mature rhododendrons, trees and shrubs, side access via a gateway leading to the rear garden.
The rear garden extends to approximately 132'. Loggia style porch and pathway leading to side patio, mainly laid to lawn with laurel hedging, flower and shrub borders. To the rear of the utility room/lean to there is an outside wc, water tap and greenhouse.
Planning permission has been granted for extension (reference number BRW/255/2011) for TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION WITH TWO DORMERS TO FRONT AND ONE TO THE REAR, REAR FACING BALCONY TO EXISTING FIRST FLOOR AND ADDITIONAL WINDOW TO FRONT. Plans available for inspection upon request or by visiting Brentwood Borough Council website; http://www.brentwood.gov.uk/planning.php?cid=47
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