3 bedroom cottage for saleTown Green, Wymondham
Sold STC £385,000
- TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- WEALTH OF BEAMS AND FEATURES
- HISTORIC FORMER PUBLIC HOUSE
- FULLY RENOVATED & SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED
- PRIVATE PARKING AREA
- MAINS LINKED FIRE/SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM
- INTRUDER ALARM
- SOLID OAK INTERNAL DOORS WITH SUFFOLK LATCHES
FULLY RENOVATED & SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED HISTORIC FORMER PUBLIC HOUSE HAVING A WEALTH OF EXPOSED TIMBERING & FEATURES, SITUATED IN A TOWN CENTRE LOCATION. GAS CENTRAL HEATING AND PRIVATE PARKING AREA.
vestibule * cloakroom * sitting room * kitchen/dining room * master bedroom with en suite * two further bedrooms * bathroom * courtyard * parking
Location - Wymondham is an historic market town centred around the Market Cross which is the focal point of the Market Place where Friday markets are still held weekly. Another feature of the town is the Abbey with its ancient meadow and Norman ruin. The town is situated approximately ten miles south/west of Norwich off the A11 London to Norwich trunk road. There is a range of local shops and services including: two medical centres, modern library, various banks and a sports/leisure centre with indoor swimming pool. There is also a wide range of societies and clubs, and regular bus and train services run from the town which is well known for its excellent schools.
Directions - From Wymondham Market Cross proceed north-west through the Town via Market Street, Middleton Street into Town Green, number 15 is on the left hand side at the junction with Westgate.
An attractive and sympathetic renovation of this former Town centre public house which has been offices, design studios and even upholsterers workshops.
The Leather Bottle was a prominent ale house in the town and is referred to in 'Wymondham's Old Inns' by P.G. Yaxley*
Internal features include a wealth of exposed timbering including carpenters markings, substantial stone fragments believed to be from the Abbey and a feature bespoke stained glass panel depicting the Market Cross.
Panel entrance door into:
Feature stained glass leaded panel depicting fleur de lys and the Market Cross.
With low level w.c., concealed cistern with built in cupboard over and wash hand basin.
SITTING ROOM 22' x 15'9" (6.71mX 4.8m) extremes
Feature deep set Inglenook style fireplace with imposing oak Bessemer, concealed lighting, power points, slightly raised pamment hearth featuring large blocks of Normandy stone likely to have come from the Abbey, wealth of exposed ceiling timbers, picture windows to front and side aspects, original door to street, panel radiators, power points and t.v. coax point.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 25'3" x 11'9" (7.7mx 3.58m)
Attractively fitted with a range of bespoke units comprising: cream painted cottage style cupboards with solid oak doors, drawers, display shelves and feature wine racks, solid oak worktops, peninsular breakfast bar, inset Belfast style sink unit with swivel mixer tap and plinth heater beneath sink base unit, feature exposed brick fireplace with high oak Bessemer beam housing range style cooker, built in cooker hood with extractor fan and light, integrated appliances including: washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, plastered ceiling with inset spotlights and central exposed beam, two large built in cupboards, door to courtyard.
Stairs from sitting room to:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Exposed timbers to ceilings and walls.
MASTER BEDROOM 22'6" x 11'9" (6.86m x 3.58m)
Mullion style windows to side aspect, panel radiator, power points, t.v. coax point, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbering, wall uplighters and ceiling lights, walk in cupboard with light.
EN SUITE BATHROOM
Fitted with large curved glass screened shower cubicle, panelled bath, wash hand basin and low level w.c., high level velux roof light/vent, towel rail radiator, shaver point and heated mirror with light over, exposed ceiling timbers.
BEDROOM TWO 12'8" x 10'4" (3.86m x 3.15m)
Attractive exposed ceiling and wall timbers, mullion style picture window to front aspect, panel radiator, power points, walk in cupboard with light.
BEDROOM THREE 12'8" x 7'7" (3.86m x 2.31m)
Attractive exposed ceiling and wall timbers, picture window to front aspect, panel radiator, power points and t.v. point.
Fitted with glazed shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w.c., shaver point, towel rail radiator, heated mirror with light, obscured glass vent window, exposed wall beam.
Outside is a courtyard with wrought iron fencing to front and side providing two parking spaces also having bin storage enclosures.
*3rd Edition 1991 Copyright Wymondham Heritage Society.
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