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Sheradays, Billericay, Essex, CM12

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Henton Kirkman Residential, Billericay
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Property description

Tenure: Leasehold, 125 years remaining

Sheradays is an iconic Grade II listed town centre building with a notable historic past that has now been beautifully restored and converted to luxury living, giving it a new 21st Century lease of life.

Made up of three substantial town houses, this one, amongst many other worthy features, commands the front elevation, the rear courtyard and the original reception hall, still with its balustrade staircase.

Just as you would like to expect, great care and consideration was given during the restoration to ensure the three floors of accommodation, with under floor heating, display a perfect partnership between the character and the luxury fittings that are on show.

Being perfectly placed to embrace all that this town has to offer, it is incredible that as you step in from the High Street, this classically styled home immediately oozes a quite unexpected, sense of calmness.

Three impressive bedroom suites, each with their own unique features and enjoying en-suites fitted out with Laufen Pro suites are on the two upper floors with the main suite occupying the entire top floor and therefore enjoying the vaulted ceiling.

The ground floor of this home is equally unique, enjoying a welcoming split-level arrangement between the magnificent dual aspect living room with original window shutters and the exquisite Heritage Coast kitchen with Quartz tops and an island.

We encourage you to look over the photos and read our property write up as a point of reference but there is a necessity to arrange a viewing of this property so that the quality and ambience can be truly understood.



As the heavy black entrance door closes behind you, you instantly swap the hustle and bustle of a vibrant High Street for the sedate calmness this luxuriously appointed home alludes.

Neutral coloured décor with complimentary carpeting that is soft underfoot, leads through to the dual aspect living room while the stairs with original balustrades gently rise to the first floor.

In addition, the character of this home is clearly seen ahead of you, where a few steps then lead you down into the kitchen.


Positioned just off the hall and tucked under the stairs, this tastefully tiled L-shaped cloakroom has a back to wall WC and a recess where there is a vanity unit and a circular handbasin.

LIVING ROOM 8.33 m x 3.94 m (27'4 x 13')

With high ceilings and a wide front facing window and rear double doors opening onto the courtyard, there is a lovely feeling of grandeur and spaciousness.

There are, what we believe to be the original 18th Century internal shutters for the window and door that fold back into architraves to form the window reveals, whilst inset spotlights with zonal switches give a lovely contemporary twist.

Positioned towards the designated dining area there are a few steps with accompanying balustrades that lead down into the kitchen.

KITCHEN 4.72 m x 3.83 m (15'6 x 12'8)

Being on a lower level to the living room and hallway, this stylishly presented kitchen with grey wood effect tiled floor, has a classic London townhouse feel.

Supplied and fitted by Heritage Coast Cabinet Makers, this bespoke kitchen has contrasting painted soft close units with extensive quartz tops which are continued on the central island unit where there is an under counter Villroy Boch ceramic sink, an integrated Bosch dishwasher and bin storage facility.

The remainder of the base and wall cabinets give a good level of storage and in turn house a bank of ovens that consist of two of the latest eye level Bosch electric ovens which have 13 heating methods and a matching integrated Bosch microwave oven while a Bosch halogen hob sits close by under the cooker hood.

Positioned to one corner of the room and integrating nicely with matching cabinet is a large store cupboard. This cupboard houses the boiler and the pressurised circulating hot water cylinder. In addition, a side door gives access out to the courtyard where there is a rear gate giving direct access to the parking area.


Some of the unexpected character of this home is evident on the first-floor landing. This is where you have first sight of the exposed beam work that seems to effortlessly complement the tasteful luxury finish this home now enjoys.

From here the carpeted stairs and original balustrading continues up to the second floor and natural varnished wood panelled doors give access to each of the two first floor bedroom suites.

BEDROOM THREE 3.53m x 2.76m reducing to 2.48 m. (11'7 x 9' > 8'2)

Exposed beams are also evident in this front facing bedroom and add to welcoming cosy feel. There is a natural recessed area for wardrobes and a door into the en-suite.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM 3.1m x 1.74m (10'2 x 5'9)

Each of the bathrooms reflect the standard expected in a building of this stature and are fitted in Laufen Pro Suites, well-chosen tap furniture and complimentary tiling.

A fitted three-piece suite consists of a back to wall WC, a vanity unit with handbasin and an inset bath with flush wall fitted tap furniture to emphasise the sleek finish of this room.

BEDROOM TWO 4.59 m x 2.65 m (15' x 8'8)

Located to the rear of the building, this particularly generous second bedroom suite has an entrance area which provides obscured privacy to the sleeping area and gives access to the en-suite shower room.


Again, this en-suite shower room is not only generous in size but just like the others is tastefully tiled and incorporates a Laufen suite. As well as inset down lighters there is also some clever sensor lighting which activates subtle illumination.

In addition to a back to wall WC, there is a vanity unit with wash-basin and a 180cm wide walk-in shower with a low-profile tray, glass screen, flush mounted taps, hand shower and of course a rainhead shower unit.


A door from the landing area leads into the master suite, which for all intent and purposes also really includes the landing area.

MAIN BEDROOM 5.23 m x 3.37 m (17'2 x 11')

With a vaulted ceiling, this main suite commands its own individuality, while a rear facing sash window provides good natural light and views of the horizon. A separate entrance area to this bedroom gives a handy space that in turn leads to the en-suite shower room.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 2.56 m x 1.99 m (8'5 x 6'6)

Enjoying a similar luxury feel and finish as the other two en-suites. This shower room with a front facing window and again tastefully tiled walls and floor, incorporates another Laufen suite as well as inset down lighters and sensor lighting.

The fitted suite consists of a back to wall WC, a vanity unit with a wash-basin and a 2m wide walk-in shower with low-profile tray, glass screen, flush mounted taps, a hand shower and a rainhead shower unit.


Along the front of the property, iron railings denote a boundary, and inside these railings is a stocked shrub bed that will continue to mature over the years to come.


Access via the living room and kitchen, this courtyard with a wood effect tiled floor provides this town home with that final piece of the jigsaw; a much welcomed low maintenance outdoor space for summer evenings and entertaining friends.


To the side of the building are electronic gates operated via your phone, key fob or coded entry. These shared communal gates lead into Sheradays Courtyard where to the bottom corner is the residents parking area and two designated spaces assigned to this property.


With this being a newly created development, the intention is for each owner to have a share of the freehold. However due to the shared areas within the mews, there will be a service charge for all residents to ensure the mews and parking areas are looked after and maintained.


Our Property Details

Sheradays, Billericay, Essex, CM12

Approximate location


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Billericay Station0.1 miles
  • Ingatestone Station3.2 miles
  • Shenfield Station3.8 miles
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Henton Kirkman Residential, Billericay

Henton Kirkman Residential in Billericay is your local, independent two family firm with a combined knowledge and experience of 84 years (as of 2020) of Estate Agency in Billericay and the surrounding areas. 

In the past it is quite likely we have helped one of your family, friends, neighbours or even maybe yourself.

We like to think of ourselves as matchmakers. We know how and where to find the right buyer or tenant for a property. 


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