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2 bedroom house for sale

Mill Loke, NR15

Sold STC £180,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Bedroom Character Cottage
  • Tucked Away Location
  • Large Master bedroom
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • No Onward Chain
  • Energy Rating E
  • Council Tax Band B

Full description

2 Mill Loke is a character mid-terraced cottage dating back to circa 1800 and is tucked away down a private road with a right of access to the property away from the hustle bustle of busy life. The present vendor has sympathetically renovated and updated the cottage throughout. Entering the cottage from the Loke, the sitting room features a large wood burning stove and the exposed golden pine floor boards offers a warm welcome. From the lounge a door leads into the kitchen at the rear which flows through to the rear staircase and first floor accommodation. Beyond the foot of the stairs there is a pretty dining room/study which opens into the garden. Upstairs the master bedroom creates a real “wow” factor with its stunning proportions, a further double bedroom and bathroom complete the first floor accommodation. Outside the rear garden has been professionally landscaped for easy maintenance with decked areas and specimen planting. The property has uPVC double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating and has the added advantage of NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Double glazed cottage style door through to:
LOUNGE 14'10 (4.52m) widening to 5m x 13'1 (4m)
Wood burning stove inset into original fireplace with tiled hearth. Exposed pine floorboards, front aspect window and TV point. Door to:
KITCHEN 8'11 (2.72m) x 10'4 (3.15m)
A range of cream fronted wooden base units, ceramic double sink with drainer and space for a washing machine, cooker and fridge freezer. Quarry tiled floor and two rear aspect windows. Door through to:
The quarry tiles continue into the inner hallway, stairs to the first floor with rear aspect window. Understair storage, space for coats and boots, combi oil boiler and telephone point. Step up to:
DINING ROOM 9'11 (3.01m) x 8'7 (2.62m)
Parkay wooden floor, built in shelves and double French style doors into the rear garden.
Built in cupboard with shelf and hanging rail. Doors to Master bedroom, bedroom 2 and bathroom. Access to loft.
MASTER BEDROOM 13'9 (4.19m) x 16'8 (5.08m) at the widest point
Two south facing (front) windows. TV point.
BEDROOM 2 8'9 (2.66m) x 9'9 (2.96m)
Rear aspect window.
BATHROOM 7'2 (2.19m) x 6'4 (1.93m)
WC, wash hand basin and bath with mixer tap and shower connection. Rear aspect window.
The rear garden is enclosed by a wall with a wooden gate to the rear. Thoughtfully designed the garden features raised beds with specimen trees and shrubs which are surrounded by decked areas giving space for a table and chairs to enjoy the sun. The oil tank is hidden behind a wicker fence.
The property has a flying freehold. A water meter is located in the Loke. The Loke can be used for unloading purposes, but there is no parking outside, however parking can be found close by. The cottage has right of access to the path at the rear to allow for wheelie bins to be removed and the oil tank to be filled.
Long Stratton consists of two villages; the larger, Stratton St Mary, is to the South and the other, Stratton St Michael is to the North, both have a church. The village is situated half-way between the regional capital, Norwich and the market town of Diss, along a Roman built road the A140 (once known as Pye Road), which runs from Cromer (North Norfolk) to Ipswich (Suffolk). The village has three schools, two small shopping centres, a Co-op supermarket and numerous other independent retailers and service providers, including the prestigious regional Lotus, Morgan & Aston Martin dealer, there is also a public house and a restaurant with function rooms. Long Stratton has a doctor’s surgery, 2 dentists, a veterinary practice and a Leisure Centre and is home to the South Norfolk Council Offices. Long Stratton also offers excellent transport links with a regular bus service to Norwich, 10 miles to the north and Diss which is approximately 12 miles to the south. Both Diss and Norwich have main line railway stations serving London Liverpool Street.
From the Long Stratton office head North on the A140 for about 300m; the property will be found on the left hand side half way down Mill Loke.

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14 October 2016

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