This charming period home believed to date back to the mid 1800's has been refurbished by the current owners and features well presented and surprisingly spacious accommodation comprising a semi open-plan living room and dining room featuring a fireplace with inset log burner, staircase with a storage cupboard under. To the rear is the extended kitchen which has recently been refitted with high gloss white units and built in appliances, the kitchen is dual aspect with windows to the side and read as well as a set of double doors over looking and leading to the rear courtyard garden. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast, further bedroom and bathroom with four piece modern white suite.
Externally the property benefits from being situated in the middle of Critchett Terrace and is the last home on the terrace that is accessed from Primrose Hill so benefits from the added privacy of having no right of way over the front or rear gardens, the front garden comprises of a stunning paved garden with outbuilding at the end of the garden with light and power providing an excellent place to work from home, the rear garden is courtyard style garden with additional paved seating area and shed.
Residents permit parking is available in the nearby Primrose Hill (Zone 1), with the property qualifying for two permits from Chelmsford City Council at an annual cost of £26 per permit. The property has recently undergone a refurbishment programme with new kitchen, front windows, flooring to the ground floor, feature old school radiators as well as the front garden being landscaped and a new outbuilding installed.
Situated within easy access of Chelmsford city centre and mainline station. Chelmsford city centre offers a fantastic range of places to socialise and eat with a wide range of restaurants from small family run independent ones to larger well know chains serving cuisines from around the world. Along with a thriving nightlife with a selection of bars, there are two theatres including the Civic Theatre and two multi-screen cinemas. The pedestrianised High Street, two shopping precincts, retail parks as well as several designer stores in the popular Bond Street ensure residents benefit from a wide choice of shopping facilities.
Chelmsford offers a comprehensive range of leisure and sporting facilities with a selection of gyms, the newly refurbished Riverside Ice & Leisure Centre, a selection of golf courses and sports clubs. Chelmsford is the home to Essex County Cricket Club. The Cathedral is in the heart of the city.
Chelmsford is renowned for its educational excellence and, alongside the local schools, it offers two of the country’s top performing grammar schools, Writtle Agricultural College, Anglian Ruskin University, and several private schools.
Chelmsford is a sought-after commuting city with a mainline station offering a direct service to London Liverpool St with a journey time as fast as 32 minutes.