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£535,000 Guide Price

Kingsmead Hill, Roydon, CM19

Ensum Brown are delighted to offer this superbly presented extended semi-detached family house occupying a large south facing plot in the desirable village of Roydon. Featuring 3 reception rooms, fitted kitchen, utility room, shower room, 3 generous double bedrooms and a lovely family bathroom.
3 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
2 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented and extended semi-detached family house occupying a superbly generous south facing plot in this peaceful setting in the desirable and characterful village of Roydon, positioned within walking distance to the high street and train station.

The property was built in the 1920's and offers an abundance of space with accommodation on the ground floor comprising of an entrance hall, formal dining room, spacious living room with feature fireplace, snug overlooking the rear garden, fitted kitchen with adjoining breakfast area, utility room and a shower room. Going upstairs there is a spacious landing providing access to three generous double bedrooms and the bright family bathroom.

Externally the property boasts a large secluded south facing rear garden commencing with a paved patio area ideal for al-fresco dining and this opens out to a large area laid to lawn with a range of mature plants, shrubs and tree borders. There's also a home office perfect for working from home.

This superb family home won't be available for long, please contact us at the earliest opportunity to arrange your accompanied viewing appointment.

Roydon is a village located in the Epping Forest district of the county of Essex. It is located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of Harlow, 3.5 miles (5.7 km) east of Hoddesdon and 4.6 miles (7.4 km) northwest of Epping, forming part of the border with Hertfordshire.

The village lies on the Stort Navigation and River Stort. Roydon is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Ruindune, and appears later as Reidona in c. 1130, as Reindon in 1204, and as Roindon in 1208.

There are amenities including a village shop, sub post office, three public houses, a pharmacy and church and it is served by Roydon railway station on the West Anglia Main Line, with trains operated by Greater Anglia linking the village to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge. In terms of education, the village has its own primary school, Roydon Primary School. The original school building was built in 1876. 

Also it is home to the Roydon Marina Village. The 32 acres (13 ha) holiday complex comprises a 315 berth marina, camp site, holiday lodges, residential homes, hotel and restaurant called Pizza and Steak. The area encompasses Roydon Mill, a three-storey, brick-built mill, built in 1906.

Angling is available in the park includes a section of the River Stort, the weir pool and a mature gravel pit. Further to the west is the 120 acres (49 ha) Glen Faba lake which is part of the Lee Valley Park. The name Glen Faba comes from a chalet park that was compulsorily purchased by Epping Forest District Council in the early 1970s.

Why not pay a visit to this delightful village, you may never want to leave!

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