Maybury Road, Barking IG11

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Colubrid Estate Agents are thrilled to present to the market this well presented and fantastic size three bedroom family home with accommodation spread over two floors giving this property a real feel of a house. Accommodation boasts an entrance hallway, modern kitchen, lovely size lounge, dining room, three good size bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate wc. Externally the property has a balcony area to the front, communal gardens and parking facilities. The property is being sold with a good length lease of approximately 115 years remaining. This family home holds an excellent location for local amenities, A13 access and bus routes.

Entrance hall commences with stairs leading to first floor landing. Storage cupboard.

Kitchen 12'2 x 11'0 double glazed window. Range of white high gloss wall and base mounted units with matching pan size storage drawers. Complimentary worksurfaces housing sink drainer. Gas four ringed hob, oven under, stainless steel extractor hood. Space for other appliances. Tiling to walls. Tiled flooring. Storage cupboard.

Dining room 9'5 x 9'4 overlooks the rear aspect. Double glazed window. Tiled flooring.

Lounge 11'9 x 10'9 also overlooks the rear aspect. Double glazed window. Continuation of tiled flooring.

First floor landing is home to three well proportioned bedrooms, bathroom and separate wc.

Bedroom one 11'9 x 11'1 overlooks the rear garden. Double glazed window. Storage cupboard.

Bedroom two 11'9 x 9'4 double glazed window to rear.

Bedroom three 9'4 x 8'6 is located to the front of the property. Double glazed window.

Bathroom white panel bath fitted with hand held shower attachment and vanity wash hand basin. Tiling to walls. Obscure double glazed window.

Separate wc.

The property has an external storage cupboard.

Further Details:

Length of lease: Approximately 115 years

Service Charge: Approximately £990.00 per annum

Ground Rent: Approximately £10.00 per annum.

Permit Parking: Approximately £40.00 per annum

Council Tax Band: B

Local Authority: Barking and Dagenham

The name Barking came from Anglo-Saxon Berecingas, meaning either "the settlement of the followers or descendants of a man called Bereca" or "the settlement by the birch trees". In ad 735 the area was Berecingum and was known to mean "dwellers among the birch trees" By ad 1086, it had become Berchingae as evidenced by the manor's entry in the Domesday Book.

Excellent location for local amenities, bus routes and A13 access

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