4 Hillside Grove, Chelmsford CM2 9DA, UK

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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Receptions: 2

Year built: ?

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Last Sold: JUL 2018

Price: £440000


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Agents think: £540,000  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £474,643


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Yopa Agent Valuation of this property is £540,000

Description:

Guide price of £540,000 to £560,000

A truly unique and beautifully presented 3 bedroom detached family home situated within walking distance of the town centre and rail station. In recent years the present owners has undertaken a significant program of improvements and modification which include fully refurbishing the property throughout, adding a rear extension to incorporate a open plan kitchen/Diner, garage conversion to create additional living space, landscaped rear garden and patio and decorated throughout to a modern standard.

Accommodation on the ground floor includes, entrance hall, ground floor shower room, sitting room, large open plan kitchen/Diner with central island and a utility room/Office, whilst on the first floor there are 3 bedrooms along with a modern family bathroom.

Externally the beautifully established garden extends to rear and is over 100ft in length, timber built summer house with power and light. To the front there is a substantial block paved driveway providing off road parking for a number of cars.

An internal viewing of this property is highly recommended in order to appreciate both the size and standard of accommodation on offer.

· ground floor shower room 5'7 x 9'7

· lounge 10'5 x 14'6

· sitting room 12'9 x 10'

· kitchen/dining room 18'4 X 15'6

· office/utility room 1'4 X 7'6

· bedroom one 12'7 X 10

· bedroom two 14'5 X 10

· bedroom three 6'6 X 6'

· family bathroom 9'7 x 5'9

location

Situated in one of the most desirable roads in Chelmsford a short distance from the city centre. The nearby parish of Springfield offers both primary and secondary schooling along with two Grammar Schools located within the city. New Hall School and Felsted School are also within reasonable proximity. Springfield Green and the parish church are a short walk, there is also convenient pedestrian access to Chelmsford city centre. Chelmsford city centre offers an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities along with a wide variety of cafes and restaurants. For the commuter, Chelmsford's mainline station is approximately 0.6 miles in distance, offering a frequent service to London Liverpool St. (approximate journey time 35 minutes.

Chelmsford has become an extremely popular choice for homebuyers due to its proximity to London, some of the most highly regarded schools in the UK and its thriving City Centre. Chelmsford boasts comprehensive shopping facilities which include the Bond Street shopping precinct as well as a wide array of independent and chain restaurants, many bars and leisure facilities including Riverside Sports Centre. Chelmsford mainline station which has recently undergone a major refurbishment programme provides regular and fast services to London Liverpool Street



transport

Located within easy access to the City centre makes commuting into London by road or rail. The A12 connects the city with East London and the M25, and in the opposite direction with Colchester, Ipswich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, with frequent services into London Liverpool Street, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich. For international travel, London’s third airport at Stansted is less than half an hour away Chelmsford, while London City Airport can be reached in 50 minutes and Southend Airport in 35 minutes.



Education

Chelmsford is home to several highly-regarded primary and secondary schools, both state and independent, including King Edward VI Grammar, which dates back to the 16th century and is one of the country’s leading state grammar schools. It caters almost exclusively for boys, (except for the sixth form), with girls attending the nearby Chelmsford County High School for Girls. This also is judged one of the top schools in the UK and was established in 1907.

State primary schools close to these new homes in Chelmsford include The Cathedral School, King’s Road Primary and Westlands Community Primary. Secondary schools include The Boswells, St John Payne Catholic Comprehensive, Hylands School and Moulsham High School.

Chelmsford College caters for students over the age of 16 and offers a range of apprenticeships, further education and professional courses across its two campuses in Moulsham Street and Princes Road. Anglia Ruskin University also has a presence in the city, with its business school and Bishop Hall Lane campus.

Leisure

Take advantage of the facilities offered by Chelmsford’s many leisure centres and private health clubs. For outdoor sports, the city benefits from 22 public parks, offering opportunities for jogging and walking, as well as access to tennis courts, football and cricket pitches, rugby and athletics.

The green space continues all around Chelmsford, with beautiful countryside to explore, traditional Essex pubs to discover and charming restaurants to visit. Chocolate-box villages and stately homes are dotted around the area, including Hylands House, set in 574 acres of historic parkland (less than six miles away), and the 16th century Ingatestone Hall (eight miles away).

When it comes to eating out, residents are spoilt for choice, with a multitude of dining options in the city and surrounding areas covering all tastes and regions of the world. From well-known chain restaurants to quaint bistros, cafés to fine dining there is something to suit even the most demanding palate.

Staying in Chelmsford, opportunities to relax and unwind are many. The Civic Theatre and adjacent Cramphorn Theatre in Fairfield Road stage plays, concerts, workshops and comedy shows, while many local pubs and clubs host live music for fans of all genres.

An eight-screen cinema next to Meadows Shopping Centre presents the latest blockbusters and movie favourites for the whole family, or head to Westfield Stratford City and one of the largest all-digital cinemas in Europe with 17 screens to choose from.

Stratford is less than 30 minutes from Chelmsford and from there it is simply a short hop by tube into the heart of London’s West End. For the ultimate day out head into the capital and experience the myriad leisure, shopping, dining and entertainment possibilities offered by one of the most lively and beautiful cities in the world.





EPC band: E (as of 2018 the property has undergone A full refubishement and we would expect the new EPC rating to be much higher)

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