Part glazed entrance door, radiator, loft access, doors to:
2.95m x 2.11m (9'8 x 6'11)
Double glazed window to front, radiator, door to kitchen, open to:
5.89m x 2.77m (19'4 x 9'1)
Double glazed windows to front and side, radiators, feature fireplace with inset electric fire.
4.01m x 2.87m (13'2 x 9'5)
Double glazed window and door to rear with access to courtyard garden, radiator. Modern gloss fitted kitchen comprising 1 ½ bowl sink/drainer unit set in roll top work surface with tiled splashbacks, range of fitted wall and base mounted storage units with integrated oven and gas hob with extractor over and space for further appliances, built in storage cupboard.
3.00m x 2.87m (9'10 x 9'5)
Double glazed window to side, radiator, built in wardrobe, drawers and overhead storage.
2.64m x 2.29m (8'8 x 7'6)
Double glazed window to front, built in wardrobe, drawers and overhead storage.
1.68m x 1.96m (5'6 x 6'5)
Obscure double glazed window to front, radiator, white suite comprising walk in double shower, low level wc and vanity hand wash basin, part tiled walls.
The property is surrounded by an attractively landscaped garden with paved pathways, concrete shed to remain.
Block paved driveway providing off road parking for one vehicle.
SITE INFORMATION & FEES:
Council Tax Band A = £118 PCM
Pitch Fee = £182 PCM to include water
12 Month Occupancy, No Pets. No Children. Over 50s Only.
Althorne has the benefit of a railway station with direct trains to London Liverpool Street (at peak times). The nearby towns of South Woodham Ferrers, Maldon and Burnham-on-Crouch provide a good range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. Burnham-on-Crouch is a riverside town renowned for its long established yacht clubs and marina and the historic market town of Maldon offers an array of restaurants, public houses, shops, waterside public houses and the famous Promenade Park. Road access to the A130, A13, A127, A12 & M25 are all within a short drive.
Site Homes Information
Park homes are neither leasehold nor freehold, under the Mobile Homes Act 2013, the land on which they stand remains the sole property of the site owner. So, while the park home itself will be owned outright by the homeowner, the land is not included in the purchase price, nor is it leased from the owner under a leasehold agreement. Instead, homeowners are party to a Mobile Homes Act Written Statement (Agreement) and pay an annual ‘pitch fee’ to rent a plot of land from the site owner.