The Great British Bake off. #GBBO is well under way and every week participants get to show case their cooking, so for a bit of a twist on this popular TV series we thought we would take a look at what would be the perfect blend for the Great British Property Off, #GBPO.
Starter home – this would need to have plenty of storage space, an area for entertaining, ideally within walking distance to coffee shops, bars and pubs.
How about this final two bedroom high specification apartment available in Rivers House. With luxury bathroom and excellent fitted kitchen this apartment has bonus features such as integral appliances and own private entrance. Rivers House has secure barrier controlled parking, is within walking distance of both Railway Station and the City centre. This final 2 bedroom apartment is located on the First Floor, has a 10 year CRL cover. Price £295,000.
Please call for further information or to arrange a viewing. EPC Band E. For further information please follow this link.
Family home – this has to have a garden, big enough for a play area and preferably all on one level, with a birds eye view from the kitchen, a large kitchen/dining room, utility room, separate lounge area, multiple bathrooms and a play room and in a good school catchment area within close proximity to a good pub.
We feel that this property is the perfect recipe for a great family home. A rarely available and beautifully presented five bedroom Victorian detached family house, located a short walk from the town centre. The property has a stunning new kitchen/breakfast room installed recently with bespoke units and bi-fold doors to rear garden. Additional rooms include lounge; dining room with wood burners, family room, utility and cloakroom, 5 bedrooms, two en suites and a large family bathroom. Furthermore the property benefits from a secluded garden, a garage with additional storage sheds to rear and private driveway parking. EPC band D. Price £699,950.
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Multi-generation – this needs to offer plenty of space for a multitude of different generations from children, to boomerang kids to maturing parents. It would ideally have a separate space such as an annexe. Good transport links and public transport.
This renovated Grade II Listed 5 bedroom character cottage has potential for another dwelling in the stone bake house so could be ideal for a multi-generation home and offers versatile living accommodation, comprising 2 generous reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room. The property has retained many of its original features including red brick fireplaces and character beams and a separate flint stone bake house, currently used for storage. The property sits in beautifully landscaped front and rear gardens on a plot approaching 1.3 acres, with a sweeping driveway to the front offering parking for several vehicles. EPC Exempt. Offers in excess of £700,000 for more information please follow this link.
Retirement home – single storey, with good public transport links, walking distance of local amenities, a good sized bathroom and situated in a safe area.
If you are looking to downsize or move into a bungalow then Intercounty Safffron Walden has this newly renovated two bedroom detached bungalow nestled within a small cul-de-sac in the highly regarded Essex village of Clavering. The property has been redecorated throughout with brand new, modern appliances creating a bright and airy residence. There is the opportunity to further develop the property, subject to planning approval, into both the loft and the garden. Outside is an enclosed, private and sunny garden and to the front is parking and a garage. This property is offered with no onward chain. Offers in excess of £340,000.
The village of Clavering benefits from a very well stocked convenience store and post office, two pubs serving food, and a village hall. Awaiting EPC rating.
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