Property of the Week: This 3-bed in Cold Norton is in 'standout condition'
By Charlotte Lillywhite
3rd Mar 2022 | Property of the Week
Are you house hunting in and around the Maldon area?
Our Property of the Week feature highlights homes currently on the market with award-winning estate agent and Maldon Nub News exclusive property sponsor Temme English.
This week, we are featuring this three-bedroom semi-detached home in the beautiful village of Cold Norton, which occupies a prime position in close proximity to a number of train stations and schools.
3-bedroom semi-detached home on Willow Court, Cold Norton - £475,000
Positioned in a pleasant cul-de-sac location on a small development, in the popular village of Cold Norton, is this spacious property. It is well-maintained and has been enhanced to a standout condition.
The generous entrance hall has wooden flooring and underfloor heating that extends throughout the ground floor. Doors lead to the cloakroom, generous and gorgeous kitchen/diner and living room which looks out over the south-facing rear garden.
The first floor is home to the family bathroom and three bedrooms - with bedroom one enjoying a large en-suite.
The garden faces south and offers a secluded retreat alongside access to the garage, which has power and light with an electric door and parking for two or three cars.
The home is close to North Fambridge Station, South Woodham Ferrers Station and Althorne Station, alongside Cold Norton Primary School - just 0.2 miles away - Purleigh Community Primary School, Latchingdon Church of England Primary School and William de Ferrers School.
- Complete onward chain
- Solar panel
- Garage and parking
- South-facing rear garden
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