Double glazed entrance door, radiator, access to :
4.55m x 3.00m (14'11 x 9'10)
Two Velux windows to the rear, radiator, door to storage loft. (This room is accessed by means of a pull down ladder in the entrance hall, this was converted approx 30 years ago and its unclear if planning permission was granted)
3.33m x 3.12m (10'11 x 10'3)
Double glazed window to the rear, radiator, built in wardrobe.
3.33m x 2.21m (10'11 x 7'3)
Double glazed window to the front, radiator, built in wardrobe.
1.98m x 1.93m (6'6 x 6'4)
Obscure double glazed window to the rear, radiator, three piece suite comprising WC, bath with shower unit over and wash hand basin.
3.78m x 3.33m (12'5 x 10'11)
Double glazed window to the front, radiator, built in cupboards.
5.89m x 2.01m (19'4 x 6'7)
Double glazed window to the rear, range of matching base and wall units, work surfaces with inset sink units, space for appliances.
3.40m x 2.77m (11'2 x 9'1)
Double glazed window to the front & side, radiator.
3.89m x 2.92m (12'9 x 9'7)
Double glazed construction on dwarf walling, radiator, double doors to:
Lawned gardens to three sides, with mature beds, patio/pathways and:
6.20m x 3.30m (20'4 x 10'10)
Up & Over door, double glazed windows, door to side, over head storage, power and lights connected
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The town of Burnham-on-Crouch is situated on the banks of the River Crouch. Historically the town was first a ferry port, subsequently becoming a fishing port known for its oyster beds, and most recently a renowned yachting centre hosting the famous ‘Burnham Week’ at the end of August. The town has a population of little over 7,500, is the principal settlement in the Dengie peninsula and is consequently able to boast many amenities that are uncommon in small towns. These include two primary schools and an academy secondary school, cinema, Burnham yacht harbour/marina, several boatyards, four yacht clubs (including the Royal Corinthian & Royal Burnham), two supermarkets, no less than nine public houses, numerous restaurants and shops. There is a railway station on the Southminster branch line with direct commuter trains into London Liverpool Street (at peak times). The Burnham-on-Crouch Golf Club, founded in 1923, is situated in Creeksea on the outskirts of Burnham and enjoys breathtaking views over the Crouch Valley and River Crouch.