Stoney Hills, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8QA | New homes for sale | Savills
1,141 sq ft(106 sq m)
Guide price £590,000(€696,756)

Stoney HillsBurnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8QA

  • New development

Key features

  • FINAL PLOT REMAINING
  • Ready for immediate occupation
  • Super energy efficient - EPC rating A
  • South facing generous garden
  • Three bedroom detached bungalow
  • En suite to bedroom one & bathroom
  • Shaker style kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Under floor heating throughout
  • Air source heat pump

FINAL PLOT REMAINING - Stunning three bedroom detached bungalow that are ready for immediate occupation and incredibly energy efficient. Call to view now.

About this property

  • Welcome to Appleberry Place, located in the sought-after location of Stoney Hills, a private road nestled within the surrounding countryside. A short distance from the centre of Burnham-On-Crouch, Appleberry Place is made up of eight exclusive bungalows, finished to a high specification that ensures comfort, sustainability and style.

    FINAL PLOT REMAINING & READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION

    Number 1 Appleberry Place (plot 4) forms part of this exclusive development situated in the sought after area of Stoney Hills within the waterside town of Burnham On Crouch.

    This home offers three bedrooms with bedroom one benefitting from a stylish en suite shower room, there is also a main bathroom fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a panelled bath, sink with vanity unit below and wc.

    The open plan kitchen/living room is a spacious, light filled room with a window to the front aspect and French style doors leading from the living area out to the rear garden.

    The open plan kitchen is fitted with Shaker style units and a range of integrated appliances to include a double oven, induction hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. A pocket door leads through to a separate utility room with further matching units and space for both a washing machine and tumble drier.

    Driveway parking is located next to the property with a gate leading through to the generous South facing rear garden which is laid to lawn with a generous paved patio area.

    There are many energy saving features such as photovoltaic panels fitted to the roof, airsource heat pump providing the underfloor heating and hot water system and also an electric car charging point.

    **Please note some images have been virtually dressed for the marketing purposes only**

    Accommodation & Dimensions:
    Entrance Hall
    Kitchen: 3.33m x 3.0m
    Utility Room: 3.0m x 1.5m
    Living/Dining Room: 8.2m x 5.8m
    Bedroom One: 3.88m x 3.69m
    En suite
    Bedroom Two: 4.0m x 2.80m
    Bedroom Three: 3.23m x 2.34m
    Bathroom



    SPECIFICATION
    10-year new build guarantee
    Low energy LED lighting throughout
    Fibre broadband
    White double glazed UPVC windows and doors
    Air source heat pumps with underfloor heating throughout
    Photovoltaic panels - Energy rating A
    Quality UK manufactured taps and fittings to bathrooms
    Part tiled bathroom and en suite
    Electric heated towel rails
    Oak internal doors with chrome ironmongery

    British-made shaker style kitchen
    Induction hob and double oven
    Integrated fridge/freezer& dishwasher
    Shaker style utility room with space for both washing machine and tumble drier
    LVT Flooring to hallway,wet rooms, cloakrooms and kitchen area
    Carpet to bedrooms
    Linked tv points enabling sky plus installation throughout the property
    Block paved driveway
    Landscaped front gardens
    Turfed rear garden with paved patio
    External lights to front and rear
    7.3kW fast car charger

    Known as the Cowes of the East Coast, the town of Burnham on Crouch itself is situated on the North bank of the river Crouch which is locally renowned for its maritime and sailing activities along with its oyster beds having once been actual oyster port.

    The High Street offers a collection of characterful and listed buildings with various boutiques, shops and eateries and home to a historic cinema, four sailing and yacht clubs, excellent museums, and numerous walking routes to enjoy.

    This charming town is home to a rich heritage, a picturesque waterfront with independently owned cafés and restaurants offering a perfect spot to sit on the quayside and look out over to RSBP's Wallasea island with its Wild Coast Project, the largest of its kind in Europe, which will recreate the ancient wetland landscape of mudflats and saltmarsh.

Additional information

  • Council tax band : To be determined by the local authority (Maldon District Council).
  • Predicted energy rating: A
  • This development complies with the Build-Zone - Code of Conduct for Home Builders https://www.build-zone.com/consumer-code
  • Please note some images are computer generated, others are from a previous development by the developer.
  • EPC Rating: A
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E