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Welcome Hello and welcome to this, the fifth issue of The Windmill. Another milestone for us is that we opened our doors seven years ago this month. Our mission was to become the most trusted estate agent in Billericay. We have handled hundreds of property sales and received many many wonderful thanks and testimonials. Much of our work, I am pleased to report, is repeat business and recommendations so thank you to you all for your support over this time.

Congratulations to Sue Heazel who won our Facebook Easter Hamper competition, a well deserved winner and well known in the area. I would also like to wish Dizzy Ducks Day Nurseries good luck with the opening of the After School’s Club at Great Burstead Church Hall in Church Street. Good luck also to Felix, our newest restaurant in the High Street who have moved into the former fishmongers in Chapel Street. This month we are pleased to support South Green Infant, Nursery and Junior School Fete as well as the Great Burstead Church Fete. These are two very good causes and I hope their respective days are a great success. I am pleased to announce that we have joined forces with Cancer

Locally we are seeing plenty of new homes being built as well

Research UK to help them raise funds to support their cause.

as redevelopment of existing properties. The trend seems to

We all have some clutter and unwanted items in our homes,

be to demolish one house and build two detached properties.

so why not box them up, give us a call and we will collect and

The Council’s Local plan, setting out future development of the

deliver them to Cancer Research UK. If you require boxes they

local area, is still not agreed following extensive consultation.

can be collected from our shop in Billericay or we can deliver

The rental market remains buoyant even if the sales market is a

boxes to you and collect them when you are ready.

little quieter. We are also seeing a ‘wait and see’ approach from homeowners in light of the general election and Brexit.

I hope you have a great month and take care until next time.

Jeremy Tyler

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INSIDE: 3 Are we becoming a nation of hoarders? 4 Can I chop down a tree in my garden?

7 Why isn’t my home selling? 8 Annual house price growth unchanged at 3.8%

9 CLS Money: 4 Japanese Knotweed and what Time to remortgage? to do if you have it 10 L ooking to rent out your 6 Extending your property property? under Permitted Development

11 H ow do I get my tenant out of my property? 12 1 0 steps to pay your mortgage off quicker

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Are we becoming a nation of hoarders? I’m sure we would all admit to having some items of clothing we have not worn for a while, or no longer need. To avoid us becoming a nation of hoarders here’s some friendly advice on what to do with those items we no longer need? A survey by market research group ICM, reveals that the worst culprits are the over 65s, with one in ten overwhelmed by the number of items in their home and one in 20 admitting to tripping over clutter. According to the survey, men are more ruthless in eventually tackling the mountains of unwanted stuff, with 20% having a clear out less than every three years, against just 10% of women. The study also found that 42% of people refuse to part with unwanted items, simply because they believe it’s too much hassle. But don’t worry help is at hand. Here at Tyler Estates, we have come up with a scheme to collect unwanted items and deliver them to local charities. We are calling it “The give to a good cause scheme.” Depending on the items donated, we will share them between St Lukes Hospice, Basildon Homeless Project and Cancer Research.

There are several options available to you when having a clear out: •R  ecycle unwanted items by offering them to friends and family. •S  ell them on Ebay or other second hand websites. • Donate items to local charity shops. • Make use of the Councils special collection scheme.

We can collect anything that is in good condition and you no longer need, from books and clothes to furniture. Simply give us a call on 01277 626181 and we will collect the items and pass them on to a selection of charities.

De-clutter your home and raise funds for

•P  ut them out for the refuse department of the Council to collect. •T  ake them to either Barleylands Recycling Centre or Pitsea Refuse Tip.

In association with

•A  rrange for a skip to collect any larger items. • Use Tyler Estates “The give to a good cause scheme.”

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Can I chop down a tree in my garden? There are lots of reasons to love trees but occasionally it may be necessary to reduce the size of a tree or remove it all together. Some trees are protected by legislation, and it is essential that you establish the legal status of trees prior to carrying out any work. Unauthorised work to protected trees could lead to prosecution, resulting in enforcement action such as fines or a criminal record. Tree Preservation Orders, Conservation Areas, Planning Conditions, Felling Licenses or Restrictive Covenants legally protect many trees in the UK. The first step to make sure you stay within the law is to contact Basildon Council’s Planning Department and see if the tree is subject to a TPO (Tree Preservation Order). A TPO is a written order stating what can or cannot be done. It can be for a single tree or a collection of trees. The order makes it a criminal offence with unlimited fines payable to cut down, top, lop, uproot, willfully damage or willfully destroy a tree protected by that order, or to cause or permit such actions, without the council’s permission. To make an application to carry out tree works you will need to complete an application form and submit it to the council. The form can either be submitted through the Planning Portal or directly. The Council will reply to you with their decision. This could take up to 8 weeks. If you disagree with the council’s decision, you then have the right to appeal.

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and what to do if you have it Japanese Knotweed, as you may guess, originated in eastern Asia. It’s natural habitat is on the side of volcanoes but it has spread into populated areas and has flourished on waste ground. It was introduced to Britain by the Victorians as an ornamental plant and cattle feed. Unfortunately, Japanese Knotweed has no natural enemies in Britain to keep it in check. No wildlife eat it and no other plants can compete with its exponential growth. This means the invasive weed has flourished to extreme proportions across Scotland and the rest of the UK. Experts have estimated it costs the country £166 million annually. The biggest problems are caused when Japanese Knotweed comes into contact with our homes and properties. The rhizome (or root) system can extend up to 2m in depth and 7m in all directions. These rhizomes can squeeze through the smallest cracks in masonry and concrete, posing a serious threat to foundations and drains. This damage can make buildings structurally unsound and has led to some panic among mortgage lenders . The presence of Japanese Knotweed can be noted on a Homebuyer’s Survey and reported to the lender. If you find Japanese Knotweed on your property you should begin treatment as soon as possible. The larger the infestation, the more damage it can cause to foundations and the more difficult it is to eradicate from your land. A professional Japanese Knotweed herbicide treatment programme can last up to 5 years. Continually evaluate the area after the initial chemical treatment process has been completed to ensure it is not growing back. Ensure you get to the root of the problem, as the roots can go down to 2m. If you miss a piece, it will grow back into a new plant and potentially spread the infestation even further. Japanese Knotweed is highly destructive. You must make sure that the weed does not spread onto neighbouring land or properties. Although it is very destructive, it is not poisonous or harmful to touch. Touching Japanese Knotweed can not harm you. The only risk of dealing with and touching the plant, is that you could cause it to spread further just by pulling it out. When you come to sell your property you should declare that you have had a problem with Knotweed as you may need to show an official certificate of removal to your buyers’ solicitor.


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Extending your property under Permitted Development You can often extend or add to your house without the need to apply for planning permission provided you meet a set of limits and conditions. The regime for what is allowed without planning permission applies largely to the dimensions of the proposed extension, its position on the house and its proximity to your boundaries. You will also need to apply for planning permission if more than half the area of land around the “original house” would be covered by additions or other buildings.

• A volume allowance of 40 cubic metres additional roof space for terraced houses*

So what is covered under Permitted Development?

• Roof extensions not to be permitted development in designated areas**

Garages can be built in your garden or on the land around your house without the need to apply for planning permission. However, permission will be required in certain circumstances. It is always a good idea to check with the local planning department at Basildon Council before you start any work in or around your property. You don’t need planning permission to build or replace a driveway of any size if you use permeable (or porous) surfacing eg gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous asphalt and the rainwater flows to a lawn or border to drain naturally. If you cover more than five square metres using traditional materials that don’t let water through, you will need planning permission. These rules apply to the area of land between the front walls of the house and the highway.

• Roof extensions, apart from hip to gable ones, to be set back, as far as practicable, at least 20cm from the original eaves

We are often called in to value homes before or after a loft conversion. A loft conversion is considered to be a permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, subject to the following limits and conditions:


• A volume allowance of 50 cubic metres additional roof space for detached and semidetached houses* • No extension beyond the plane of the existing roof slope of the principal elevation that fronts the highway • No extension to be higher than the highest part of the roof • Materials to be similar in appearance to the existing house • No verandas, balconies or raised platforms • Side-facing windows to be obscure-glazed; any opening to be 1.7m above the floor

beyond the rear wall of the original house* by more than three metres for an attached house or by four metres for a detached house. •T  hese increased limits (between 3m and 6m and between 4m and 8m respectively) are subject to the prior notification of the proposal to the Local Planning Authority and the implementation of a neighbour consultation scheme. If objections are received, the proposal might not be allowed. • The Maximum height of a single-storey rear extension of four metres. For further information please visit the planning portal website. Below is a list of works that can generally be carried out under Permitted Development rules:1

Internal remodelling


Windows and doors


Garages and attached buildings


Single storey extensions




Loft conversions


Two storey extensions



A single storey rear extension, an extension or addition to your house is considered to be permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, subject to the following limits and conditions:


Sheds and outbuildings

• No more than half the area of land around the “original house”* would be covered by additions or other buildings.

14 Swimming pools

• No extension forward of the principal elevation or side elevation fronting a highway.

17 Solar panels

• No extension to be higher than the highest part of the roof.

19 Parking

• The roof enlargement cannot overhang the outer face of the wall of the original house.

• Single-storey rear extension must not extend

10 Converting two homes into one 11 Porches 12 Gates, walls and fences 13 Decking 15 Adding vehicular access 16 Cladding and exteriors 18 Basements 20 Change of use to residential (school, church, barn, mill etc. conversions)

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Why isn’t my home selling? If your home is on the market for sale and you are getting fewer viewings than you would like. There could be something you need to do or need to stop doing to attract that elusive buyer? With the help of these tips, we may be able to get you moving .

3. Is your property priced correctly? We’ve also seen a number of local properties overpriced. This can be for a number of reasons - Perhaps your agent has flattered you with an inflated price to market your home; or maybe you have decided on a price you need to obtain to allow you to move. The internet gives us a world of instant property information. Being able to regularly check house prices on property websites has for some, become a hobby. Because of this, buyers often already have some knowledge of local property values.

1. Has your home got kerb appeal?

To get your property priced correctly, ask your agent for comparable properties recently sold in your area.

As the saying goes, ‘you only get one chance to make a first impression’ and this is the same when viewers are target market? If yours is a family home, is there adequate

4. D  o your photographs do your home justice?

parking for a family with a couple of cars? Does the front

We’ve asked a number of our buyers what encouraged

of your home look attractive? We have a saying in the

them to view a property most? The interior and exterior

office that ‘you need to look through the eyes of a buyer’.

property photographs were one of the biggest reasons

A good tip is to go and stand outside your home, near the

for arranging a viewing. These photographs need to be

kerb, for a couple of minutes and look at your property.

clear, light and give a good presentation of each room.

Does it look clean? Is there easy access to the front door?

We always use a tripod which gives a clearer, more

Are bushes and shrubs neat and tidy? Have you weeded

professional image.

looking at properties to buy. Does your home appeal to its

the block paving or flower beds? Now ask yourself, would you buy the property?

Are own?viewings? 5. A re you carrying out your own 2. Is your marketing right? Whilst there is no doubt that is the most well known and well used website for looking at properties, there are a couple of other sites worth visiting too. and are owned by the same company and have a very strong presence in London. We receive a number of viewing requests from East London and around the Romford area from buyers looking to move east and they are looking on Zoopla. If your agent is not on Zoopla, you could be missing out on potential viewings.

The best advice I can give is to request that your agent carries out the viewings. After all what are you paying your agent for? We like to show all our buyers around our properties, it is what we do best. We discuss the area, the property, handle any concerns or mis-conceptions and we get to know our buyer’s needs during the viewing.


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Annual house price growth unchanged at 3.8% lowest rate since May 2013.” “Housing demand appears to have been curbed in recent months due to the deterioration in housing affordability caused by a sustained period of rapid house price growth during 2014-16. Signs of a decline in the pace of job creation, and the beginnings of a

The Halifax price Index has recently been released and house prices in the three months to

squeeze on households’ finances as a result of

as in March. Prices in the three

shortage of properties for sale,

months to April were 0.2% lower

should nonetheless underpin house

than in the preceding quarter.

prices over the coming months.”

“House prices have stagnated over the past three months. Overall, prices in the three months to April

it. As agents, once a buyer makes it clear that they are no longer interested in a property, it is our role to cross sell our similar properties. During the viewings we speak to the buyers to ascertain their property needs. I also found that we received number of enquiries in the early hours of the morning which were followed up when the office reopened. Many of these enquiries were made online

get hold of the viewer despite numerous attempts. This proves that it is imperative for buyers to register with agents when looking for a certain property, as the agent may have similar or more suitable properties new to market that the viewer will miss out on.

Sales in March were very similar to the levels recorded in both January and February,

If you have a local event or

at 102,810. Overall, sales in the first three

charity you would like to

months were 6% higher than in the final quarter of 2016. The level of sales in the

promote, please get in touch

first three months is closely in line with the

and we will do what we can

monthly average during 2014-2016. (Source:

to help you.

HMRC, seasonally-adjusted figures) • Supply

We deliver to over 10,000 homes in

coming on to the market fell for the 13th month in a row in March. This contributed to a decline in the average stock levels on

Billericay, Noak Bridge and

estate agents’ books, taking them to a new

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historic low. (Sources: Royal Institution of

were marginally lower than in the

Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) monthly report).

preceding three months; the first

I was looking through our database of buyers

quarterly decline since November

recently, and noticed that the property a

2012. The annual rate of growth

potential buyer approached us to view didn’t

remained at 3.8% in April, the

always end up as the one they purchased.


keen on the property once they had viewed

Total UK home sales stabilised in early 2017.

remains very low. The number of properties Martin Ellis, Halifax housing economist, said:

it. This obviously means that 95% were not

but when we tried to follow up we could not

together with an ongoing acute

+ 3.8% Quarterly change - 0.2% Monthly change - 0.1% Average Price £219,649

us to view a certain home, went on to buy

constraining the demand for homes.

same period a year ago; the same

Annual change

results. Only 5% of buyers who approached

via and

Continuing very low mortgage rates,

the figures more and was astounded by the

increasing inflation, may also be

April were 3.8% higher than in the

UK House Prices April 2017 (seasonally adjusted)

With this information, I started analyzing

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CLS Money: Time to remortgage? Summer is finally here and many of us are taking full advantage of the longer days, by spending time outdoors and going on our holidays. A bit of extra cash in your pocket would certainly come in handy, so why not reduce your largest monthly expenditure and remortgage? Saving money on your mortgage could help you to; make some long awaited home improvements, purchase additional property or reduce your current mortgage term. There are a number of reasons why you might want to remortgage, and here’s our top reasons to do so this summer:

Need a new mortgage deal? Most of the best mortgage deals only last for a short time, so when your current deal expires, your lender will move you to a new deal, which will likely be a higher rate and therefore more expensive! To avoid this, start looking for a new deal around 3 months before it is due to finish - We can certainly help you with this!

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Looking to borrow more? Many people choose to remortgage their homes in order to fund home DIY projects or pay off their debts. It’s a great way to raise money cheaply on low rates but remember, your new lender will likely want to know how you will spend the extra cash, and are more likely to approve of you spending the cash on buying a new car, than funding a new business venture.

Want a better rate? If you are currently tied into a deal but want a better rate, you will need to check if repaying your mortgage early will incur an exit fee and/or early repayment charges. You may also need to pay additional costs such as; an arrangement fee to your new lender for setting up the mortgage and valuation and legal fees - Part of our remortgage service is to check that a new mortgage deal would be the best option for you, so we carry out all the necessary checks for you.

Your home’s value has rocketed! If the value of your home has increased significantly since you took out your mortgage, remortgaging could enable you to gain access to much lower rates and

save you money! As with every remortgage you will need to do your sums, but it’s certainly worth exploring and we are at hand to help!

Want to overpay? You may have had a pay rise or inherited some money and want to overpay or pay a lump sum off your mortgage, but can’t with your current deal. Remortgaging could make this possible and also enable you to reduce your loan size and mortgage term. As with any remortgage, you will need to be beware of any potential early repayment fees and compare this to how much you’ll save with a new, lower mortgage, which we can take care of for you.

Need a free mortgage review? Mortgage rates are at record lows and getting a free review from one of our local mortgage brokers, could help to save you hundreds of pounds each month! Our expert advisers will talk you through all your available options and compare thousands of deals, to ensure that you get the right remortgage product for your needs. If you choose to proceed with your application, we will also handle all the necessary paperwork, removing the stress and hassle from you.

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Looking to rent out your property? At Tyler Estates, we are finding that more local residents are becoming accidental landlords; often having been left a property by a relative or by possessing legal power of attorney that involves a property. In either case the residents may opt to rent out the property. And if the relative-owner is in need of care, the rent could be used to cover care home fees. Many of these landlords have approached us for advice and we have been more than happy to take them step by step, through the process and find the best tenants for their individual situation. Over the past few years, we have also seen a rise in the regulations that must be adhered to in order to keep landlords on the right side of the law . One such regulation, is a

‘Right to Rent’ check. Before the start of any new tenancy the landlord must check all tenants aged 18 and over. The landlord must establish that the tenant or lodger has a right to legally rent a residential property in England. All tenants must be checked, as it is against the law to only check people who you think are not British citizens. If the tenant is only allowed to stay in the UK for a limited time, the landlord needs to do the check in the 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Other new regulations include ensuring there are smoke alarms on each floor of the property including common

Chart showing average monthly rental prices in BIllericay 2017

areas, carbon monoxide alarms where solid fuel is used and changes to the issuing of a Section 21 notice, which includes tenant eviction. If you are considering renting out your property and would like more help and advice please get in touch.

Current rental values in Billericay The chart opposite shows the average rental prices in Billericay for different types of properties. The most popular type of rental property is a 2 bedroom flat which would be let for around £1,150- £1,200pcm. If you were looking to rent a 3 bedroom house it would be in the region of £1,400£1,500pcm, while a 4 bedroom house would be over £1600 per month.


Pounds per calendar month






Flats 1,500 Average of both 1,000


1 Bed

2 Bed

3 Bed

4 Bed

5 Bed

Number of rooms per property

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How do I get my tenant out of my property? I am pleased to say that over the years I have only had to evict a handful of tenants for basic tenant agreement issues. Providing the correct procedure is followed, you should be able to regain your property with relative ease. With any legal process it is imperative that the

to establish the reason why the rent is not

in arrears do not attend and the possession

being paid. It may be due to a change of

order is granted to the landlord. The case

employment or delay in wages/ benefits. A

could go in favour of the tenant or it could

single non-payment, could be a one off: It

be thrown out due to a procedural matter

may be that they have lost their employment

like the form not being completed correctly.

or they simply are choosing not to pay. If the latter is the answer and you have explored

Once you have obtained the possession

all possible channels of reasonableness

order, the tenant normally has 14 days to

then your only answer may be to issue a

vacate the property. Sadly if the tenant does

notice under Section 8 of The Housing Act

not leave the landlord will have to go back to

1988 (as amended.)

court to obtain a bailiffs warrant. If granted

correct procedures are followed. If not, and

the tenant must now leave your property on

the case later goes to court, the case could

If the tenancy has already expired you could

be thrown out. From my experience most

issue a two month notice called a section 21

problem tenants tend to leave the premises

notice. For the purposes of this article

once a notice has been issued to them.


expiry of this order.

am going to concentrate on the

Section 8 notice. The main reason to evict a tenant is nonpayment of rent. There are three grounds

The notice can be downloaded from the

under The Housing Act 1988 for rent arrears

internet and the grounds that the landlord

and they are grounds 8,10 and 11. Ground 8

is relying on should be stated. If the

is used if the tenant is in at least eight weeks

grounds are for rent arrears, a copy

rent arrears and is a mandatory ground. The

of the rent account would be good

judge must give possession if it is proved

along with notes of conversations

the tenant owes this amount of rent. Ground

with the tenants. I would recommend

10 covers rent in arrears less than the times

either having a witness deliver the

specified in mandatory ground 8. This

notice with you or sending it by

ground also, with the consent of the court,

recorded delivery so that there is

allows rent recovery by distress. Ground 11

proof it has been delivered. There are

covers persistent delays in rent payment.

also companies who will serve

However, as this is a discretionary ground,

a notice for you. Once the two

the court will take into account factors

weeks’ notice has expired and if

outside the tenant’s control, for example

the tenants have not left you can

delays in housing benefit payments. Ground

apply to the County Court for a

10 and 11 are both discretionary and up to

possession hearing. This can be

the judge on the day of the hearing.

done online for a fee of £325. Providing the form is completed

The first part of the process, is to work with

correctly, a hearing date will

the tenant to see that the rent is paid on time

be set and your tenant will

and establish two way communication when

be informed of the date of

it isn’t paid on time. Many tenants bury their

the hearing. You and your

heads in the sand and stop communicating

tenant will be given the

with their landlord when it gets tough. This

chance to attend and put

only makes the situation worse and can

both cases forward. Again

antagonize the landlord or agent. First try

from my experience tenants


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Check you are on a low interest rate. There are so many mortgage products available now and they change almost weekly. By switching to a lower rate you could potentially save several hundred pounds a year.

Invite friends round and all bring a dish, rather than paying for expensive meals out. You can spice up the evening by having a theme. This could result in a saving of £100 a week.

2 2 Switch utility providers, using comparison websites and put the saved money into a savings account.

3 3 Make sure your savings are under a tax free wrapper like an ISA where you do not pay tax on the interest.

4 4

8 8

10 steps to pay your mortgage off quicker

Cancel that gym membership and take up jogging around the local park or take part in a park run scheme. If you enjoy swimming it would be cheaper to use the local council swimming pool and pay as you go.

It’s every homeowner’s goal to be mortgage free. And for the majority of people this is their biggest debt. Here we look at 10 easy steps you can follow to help reduce and ultimately pay off your mortgage.



If you wear contact lenses and pay a monthly subscription, cancel it and invest in a pair of glasses. This could save you £250 a year.

Go shopping with a list. Research suggests we impulse buy when we do not have a list and never go food shopping on an empty stomach, we tend to buy more.


When possible try to walk, rather than drive, short journeys, getting fitter as well as saving money on fuel.

9 9 If you have a spare room consider taking in a lodger. The Government has a Rent a Room scheme which has tax advantages and could net you around £400 a month.

10 10 If you live near a station you could rent out your parking space on the drive netting you around £80 a month.

Another top tip would be to make overpayments on your monthly mortgage, in order to reduce the total amount left to pay and reduce the interest charged.

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Properties For Sale Here are some of our current properties for sale. For further details and more properties contact us on 01277 554276 or visit our website


2 Bedroom detached property Littlehurst Lane, Noak Bridge Set in the heart of Noak Bridge is this two bedroom cottage style detached property situated along a quaint lane with no through traffic. The property sits on a nice plot with a large discreet front garden, off street parking for several cars and a detached garage.


4 Bedroom detached property Kimberley Drive, Noak Bridge We are pleased to offer for sale this four bedroom detached house, situated in a small quiet cul-de-sac within the conservation area of the ever popular Village of Noak Bridge. This house oozes character. No onward chain.


3 Bedroom semi-detached bungalow Mill Road, Billericay We are delighted to present this beautifully decorated 3 bedroom bungalow, situated in the sought after area of Great Burstead. Well established 150ft rear garden, and parking for at least 4/5 cars.


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Properties For Sale Here are some of our current properties for sale. For further details and more properties contact us on 01277 554276 or visit our website


3 Bedroom Semi - detached bungalow Mill Road, Billericay Three bedroom semi - detached bungalow with driveway parking and a good sized garden, in the sought after area of Great Burstead and benefiting from no onward chain.


3 Bedroom terraced property Passingham Avenue, Billericay Fantastic opportunity to get on the property ladder! This well presented 3 bed mid-terraced house offers good sized accommodation in the popular South Green area of Billericay within walking distance of local shops and both Primary and Secondary schools.


2 Bed terraced property Dolphin Gardens, Billericay Spacious two double bedroom property just a stones throw away from the popular Brightside School. With local shops nearby and within walking distance from the station. Call today to arrange your viewing 01277 554276.


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2 Bedroom Apartment Bramble Tye, Noak Bridge Located in the popular and sought after area of Noak Bridge is this modern two bedroom ground floor apartment. Fully double glazed, gas central heating, two allocated parking spaces and fully alarmed.


2 Bedroom Apartment Walnut Close, Steeple View Located in the popular and sought after area of Steeple View is this modern two bedroom first floor apartment. Fully double glazed, secure entry phone system, one allocated parking space plus no onward chain.


2 Bedroom Apartment Handleys Court, Noak Bridge A pleasant two bedroom ground floor apartment overlooking the duck pond. Two allocated parking spaces. No onward chain.

£200,000 2 Bedroom Flat

Andree House, Grange Road, Billericay Situated in the popular South Green area of Billericay is this lovely two bedroom maisonette. An ideal first purchase or buy to let opportunity, this property offers good size accommodation with the bonus of your own private garden/terrace which is a real sun trap


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1 Bedroom Apartment Robinia Close, Steeple View Guide Price: £160,000 - £165,000. An extremely well presented one bedroom first floor apartment. Decorated to a good standard and fitted with modern electric wall heaters. Located a short walk to the bus stop and local shops. Allocated parking.

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4 Bedroom Detached property Goldcrest Drive, Billericay Set on a large corner plot is this four bedroom detached family home with double garage. Plenty of living space on offer along with a good size rear garden.


1 Bedroom Retirement Apartment (Over 55’s) Allington Court, South Green Situated in the sought after retirement complex of Allington Court, is this one bedroom second floor apartment with views over the communal garden and excellent views further afield over South Green. Benefits from an on site house manager, local shopping facilities, close to bus routes, doctors etc.


4 Bedroom Detached property

S ST old C

Mountnessing Road, Billericay This property has everything. It is on a large plot, four good size bedrooms, great location close to the High Street, ample parking for at least six cars, not overlooked at the rear, what more can I say accept you better be quick! Book your viewing now by calling Tyler Estates on 01277 554276.

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The windmill issue 5  

Your local property news for Billericay, Noak Bridge and Steeple View

The windmill issue 5  

Your local property news for Billericay, Noak Bridge and Steeple View