***GUIDE PRICE £250,000 - £275,000***
This immaculate two-bedroom bungalow is a perfect blend of comfort and potential for personalisation. Situated in a desirable location, it boasts a well-proportioned design with a generously sized rear garden and ample off-street parking for multiple vehicles.
Upon entering the bungalow, you're greeted by a welcoming porch that leads into a spacious and inviting lounge area. The lounge offers plenty of room for relaxation and entertainment. A separate reception area is also located to the rear of the property perfect for storing up to the table to eat dinner.
Moving through the bungalow, you'll find two double bedrooms, both comfortably sized and filled with natural light. These rooms provide a peaceful retreat for occupants.
The elongated kitchen is a highlight of the property, offering ample space for cooking and dining. It's a versatile area where you can create your culinary masterpieces and enjoy meals with family and friends.
A three-piece bathroom suite adds convenience to the living space, providing a clean and functional bathing area.
Overall, this property is not only move-in ready but also presents an exciting opportunity for the next owner to add their personal touch and make it their own. It's a charming bungalow with great potential in a prime location.
This property is ideally situated with excellent transport links, making it easy to access the surrounding areas and beyond. It's within walking distance of bus stops ensuring convenient commutes for residents.
Moreover, the location offers a wealth of local amenities and shops just a stone's throw away. You'll find grocery stores, pharmacies, cafes, and restaurants within a short walk, making daily errands a breeze. Additionally, parks and recreational areas are nearby, providing opportunities for leisure and outdoor activities. This property combines convenience and accessibility for a comfortable and enjoyable lifestyle.
Formerly known as Canvey On Sea, historically Canvey Island made it’s name as a popular family holiday location back in the 60s and 70s and was born from Dutch refugee’s seeking refuge in the town in the 17th Century as they developed the famous “Dutch Cottage” estate. Canvey Island was primarily an agricultural town in the 20th century until becoming the fastest developing seaside town between 1911 and 1951 and now boasts amazing value in terms of its housing market, a stunning beachfront with seafront walkways and wildlife and allows for direct access into London Fenchurch Street/Liverpool Street via Benfleet C2C Railway Station which shares a border with Canvey Island and Benfleet. Canvey Island’s amenities are currently being massively developed with the arrival of the all-new Canvey Island Retail Park becoming home to a multitude of megastores.