Corona Road, Canvey Island, SS8
Guide Price £325,000


Three Bedrooms
Low maintenance front and back garden
Ample off street parking
Popular location
power and light connected in Garage
Desired Location
unoverlooked rear garden
Double glazed windows and doors
Large Rear Garden


Welcome to this charming three-bedroom bungalow, perfectly nestled in the prime location of Canvey Island. This property offers not just a comfortable and stylish living space but also a generous plot of land, allowing you to experience the beauty of both indoor and outdoor living.

As you approach the property, you'll be captivated by its inviting curb appeal. The bungalow boasts a classic yet modern design, with a combination of brick and neutral-colored siding that complements the lush greenery surrounding it.

The property sits on a spacious plot of land, offering ample off street parking .

Upon entering the bungalow, you'll be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere. The open-concept living and dining area is flooded with natural light, thanks to large windows that allow a seamless connection with the outdoors.

All three bedrooms within this bungalow are generously sized, offering an abundance of space for both relaxation and functionality.

unoverlooked rear garden with paved patio area which creates this low maintained garden even better to enjoy .

Situated in the prime location of Canvey Island, this bungalow enjoys proximity to essential amenities, schools, parks, and recreational facilities. The neighborhood is known for its peaceful atmosphere, making it an ideal setting for families or those looking for a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

In summary, this three-bedroom bungalow in Canvey Island is a perfect blend of style, comfort, and outdoor living. With its generous plot of land, modern amenities, and prime location, it offers a unique and delightful living experience for those seeking a home that embraces both elegance and practicality.

Canvey Island
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.


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