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John Eliot Close, Nazeing, EN9

£749,995 Freehold

An impressive, recently refurbished five bedroom detached family home situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Nazeing. Spanning over 1770 sq ft, the property offers spacious, bright and well planned accommodation arranged over three floors.

The accommodation comprises entrance hall with guest W.C., snug/study, airy dining room and lounge with access to a beautiful rear garden, separate bespoke designed kitchen with integrated AEG appliances, breakfast bar and tall larder.

On the first floor are located bedroom two with fitted wardrobes, bedroom three with fitted wardrobes, bedroom four and five, and a stylish modern family bathroom with separate shower.

Staircase leads up to the second floor to the principal bedroom with eaves storage, good-sized shower room, and spectacular views over the Lea Valley.

The property is approached by a paved drive way providing off-street parking for several vehicles.

Access to west facing rear garden with two decked sun terraces, garden room and artificial lawn perfect for low maintenance, external lights power and water.


Nazeing is set within Lea Valley Regional Park, in the heart of beautiful countryside with numerous country walks cycling and bridleways. Clayton Hill Park is a beautiful spot for children, picnics or dog walking and Ada Coles Memorial Stables situated between Nazeing and Harlow is a sanctuary for horses and donkeys also open to the public. Hayes Hill & Holyfield farm offers a fun day out interacting with a host of farm animals and invites you to visit the working dairy farm. The River Lea runs through the town and provides peaceful fishing spots and the perfect route for walking and cycling along the river you will find the Lea Valley boat centre where you can hire rowing boats or motor boats by the hour or the day, or take a cruise on the Pride of the Leaor Lady of the Lea. There are riverside chalets available to hire, bike/canoe hire, picnic area and the riverside cafe or real water enthusiasts can join the local sailing/rowing club. Following the towpaths can take you as far afield as Hertford, Roydon and London.

Nazeing offers a lovely local convenience stores, including chemist, post office and a sandwich bar but for a larger choice, Hoddesdon town centre is just a short drive away. Here you will find a variety of shops and services from traditional convenience stores, butchers, chemist, hairdressers, bridal shop and flower shop, to designer fashion shops and quaint boutiques with a regular Wednesday and Friday market. The town hosts a well-attended annual French market, vintage car show and carnival. Perfectly situated on the Hertfordshire / Essex boarder, Nazeing combines the peace and quiet of the countryside with easy access the M11/A414/ A10 and junction 25 of the M25 which is just 15 miles from Central London and 30-40 minute drive from London's trendy Westfield shopping Centre and Essex' Blue Water.

Nazeing is served by Broxbourne Train Station and offers fast and frequent services to London Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale as well as services to Cambridge and Stansted Airport.






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