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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Louden Road, Cromer

£325,000

Property Description

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Evidence suggests ’West Cottage’ was once two cottages (C18) one of them serving as the Vicarage to the Rev. Sharp (Vicar of Cromer 1837-52) before the present Vicarage was built. The house was subsequently the first Cromer Cottage Hospital 1866-1888. In the early C20 it appears to have been a school master's house for it is described as 'School Cottage' in 1924.

There are surely few opportunities remaining to acquire such a historic imposing Grade II listed house retaining a wealth of period features in the centre of the town and which offers a purchaser the ability to update, modernise and refurbish, subject to the necessary consents. Convenient for all of the town centre amenities and a short walk to the seafront and the award winning beach.



ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES

Half glazed entrance door into:

ENTRANCE LOBBY
Beam to ceiling, burglar alarm point, exposed timber doors to:

SITTING ROOM
16’ max into bay (4.89m) x 12’2 min (3.72m)
Bay to front aspect with sash windows, radiator, feature Inglenook fireplace with bressemer beam, exposed brick insert and tiled hearth, cast-iron stove, under-stairs cupboard with shelving, beam to ceiling with light point, door opening onto staircase to first floor, door to kitchen and open walkway through to drawing room.

DINING ROOM
16’ max into bay (4.09m) x 12’2 max (3.71m)
Bay to front aspect with sash windows, radiator, timber fireplace surround with exposed brick insert, tiled hearth, fitted cupboard with shelving, wall lights, beam to ceiling, door onto staircase leading to first floor bedroom, under-stairs cupboard, door to:

BREAKFAST ROOM
13’10 max into recess (4.21m) x 7’9 min (2.38m)
Sash window to rear aspect, high level window to side aspect, feature painted fireplace surround, cast-iron & tiled insert, radiator, telephone point, cupboard housing electric meter & fuse box, beam to ceiling, light point, archway opening to kitchen.

KITCHEN
16’ (4.90m) x 7’10 (2.38m)
Sash window to rear aspect, radiator, range of base and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, rolled-top laminate work surfaces with one and half bowl ceramic sink and drainer, electric cooker point, space for fridge/freezer, four ring gas hob, inset covered fluorescent ceiling light, timber door to:

INNER HALLWAY
Velux double glazed window, radiator, ceiling light point, timber door to garden, doors to:
CLOAKROOM
W.C, with concealed cistern, hand basin, small window, ceiling light point.

UTILITY ROOM
8’8 (2.66m) x 4’10 (1.48m)
Velux double glazed window,, butler sink, plumbing for washing machine, floor standing gas boiler, timer control point, fluorescent light.

DRAWING ROOM
17’8 (5.39m) x 10’10 (3.32m)
Sash window and half glazed door to conservatory, secondary unit double glazing to French doors leading out to patio and garden, two radiators, corner cupboard with half glazed door showing display shelving, double glazed roof light to the pine panelled and beamed pitched ceiling, t.v and telephone points, ceiling light point.

CONSERVATORY
11’6 (3.51m) x 6’4 (1.93m)
Full height uPVC double glazed windows and door overlooking and leading to garden, pitched polycarbonate roof, two wall lights, vinyl flooring.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Thermostat point, architrave to ceiling with light point, doors to:

BEDROOM
13’10 (4.23m) x 12’2 (3.71m)
Sash windows to front aspect, radiator, feature fireplace with painted surround, cast-iron insert and grate, fitted wardrobe, bedside wall lights, telephone and tv. points, bean to ceiling with light point, door to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM
9’1 (2.77m) x 8’ (2.44m)
Sash window to rear aspect, radiator, panelled bath with tiled surround, close coupled w.c vanity unit with wash basin, cupboard under, shaver socket/light point, heated towel rail, ceiling light point.


BEDROOM
12’2 (3.71m) x 8’3 (2.52m)
Sash windows to front aspect, radiator, feature fireplace with painted timber surround, cast-iron insert and grate, fitted wardrobe, beam to ceiling with light point.

BEDROOM
9’4 (2.86m) x 8’1 (2.46m)
Secondary unit double glazing to sash window to rear aspect, radiator, wall mounted display cabinet, ceiling light point.

BATHROOM
10’ 5 max (3.19m) x 8’ max (2.44m)
Velux double glazed window, radiator, panelled bath, close coupled w.c pedestal wash basin, large walk-in tiled shower cubicle with Triton shower and tiled floor, airing housing lagged hot water tank with shelving, shaver/light point, tiled walls, hatch to roof void, two ceiling light points.

ATTIC BEDROOM ONE
Secondary unit double glazing to sash window to front aspect, radiator, wall light, exposed timber roof trusses, ceiling light point, low level pine door into:

ATTIC BEDROOM TWO
Secondary unit double glazing to sash window to front aspect, secondary unit double glazing to side aspect window, radiator, cupboard housing cold water tank, wall light, exposed timber roof trusses, ceiling light point, return staircase down to first floor bedroom.

COUNCIL TAX Band ‘D’

CURTILAGE
To the front of the house it is lawned with a feature circular shrub/plant bed enclosed with a crazy paved walkway. Wrought iron gates allow access from Louden Road onto a long driveway running across the front of the property, which we understand is also a right of way, and leads up to the single garage where to one side is ample parking or the potential to store a boat/caravan.

Overlooked from the conservatory, the remainder of the cottage style lawned garden is an absolute delight being enclosed and divided by low level wrought iron fences and having mature established shrubs, plants, bushes and small trees in beds and borders throughout. There is an enclosed patio, small garden pond, brick outbuilding, outside courtesy lighting and a power point.

Whilst in the delightful gardens it is hard to believe you are in the town centre and in an area of such unusual history.

COUNCIL TAX
Band ‘D’

SERVICES
All mains services are connected.

DIRECTIONS
From our office turn left onto Church Street and then an immediate left turn into Bond Street. Continue to the end of the road and then turn right onto Louden Road. After the first pedestrian crossing and before the second pedestrian crossing ‘West Cottage’ will be found on the right hand side indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.

SERVICES All mains services are connected.

AGENTS NOTE: We understand there is a 'right of way' from Louden Road to the front of the property allowing access to a neighbouring property.

DIRECTIONS
From our office turn left onto Church Street and then an immediate left turn into Bond Street. Continue to the end of the road and then turn right onto Louden Road. After the first pedestrian crossing and before the second pedestrian crossing ‘West Cottage’ will be found on the right hand side indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Arnolds Keys, Cromer

27A Church Street, Cromer, NR27 9ES

01263 658004 Local call rate

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