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Offering in excess of 1600 sq ft
Imposing four double bedroom detached family home in Hullbridge offering
views over the River Crouch...
Situated just off Ferry Road in Hullbridge, Crouch View House is within a
minutes walk from the River Crouch as well as being within easy reach of the
nearby primary school and shops.
This wonderful property comprises of; large entrance hall leading to living room,
dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room and downstairs cloakroom.
To the first floor the property benefits from four double bedrooms, en suite to master
and family bathroom.
To the rear of the house, Crouch View House provides a large, secluded south facing rear garden as well as ample off street parking and
integral garage to front.
The current village of Hullbridge was until around 1929 two communities in the Hundred of Hockley. One named Hullbridge, the other High Elms.
In 1929 the owners of High Elms farm sold most of the land for development, so began the growth of the village.
The village includes Riverside Primary School (opened September 2010, following the amalgamation of the infant and junior schools), a post office, a library and two pubs.
The Anchor and The Smugglers Den (members only), both overlook the river and have external drinking facilities.
It also has two shopping facilities, Budgens and The Co-op, a Chinese and fish and chip takeaway service and an Indian restaurant.
A frequent bus service to Southend via Rayleigh, gives a rail link with London and Southend.
Before the coming of the railways to Rayleigh , Hullbridge's wharf's were important for the distribution of various commodities especially , coal and shale.
It was from here that Rayleigh received such goods. One of the wharfs was later to be used for a Brickworks.
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