1891 – the era of Queen Victoria, the publication of “Sherlock Holmes” and the year this fine home on High Road, Rayleigh was built. It’s an archetypal Victorian semi-detached home with 3 bedrooms that has been sensitively extended and improved.
Take the downstairs – there’s a large lounge with dining area with open fireplace and multifuel stove for those cooler evenings. Central heating and boilers as we know them today were only invented in 1856 – you get history lessons for free with Nest in Essex!
There’s also a separate dining room, suitable for many uses, a kitchen with exposed brickwork to augment the period charm. A breakfast area and handy WC sites to the rear.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and a games room in the loft space. The bathroom is impressive with his and her basins, as well as a beautiful freestanding bath.
The rear garden is expansive with plenty of room available, should you choose, to extend further and to the front, there is off-road parking for two cars.
The position is wonderful too – close to the highly regarded Rayleigh primary and Fitzwimarc, and the town centre itself is very close by.
Rayleigh itself is a pleasant Essex town, with countryside and coast close by. It’s a sought after area as there are direct train links to Southend and its international airport, with London Liverpool Street being just 40 minutes away.
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