3 bedroom detached house for saleStation Road, Alburgh, Harleston
Withdrawn from Market £475,000
- Grade II Listed Cottage
- Timber Framed
- Inglenook Fireplace
- Three Bedrooms
- Plot of just Under Half an Acre
- Viewing Advised!
- Sought After Location
- Spacious Sitting Room & Study
DESCRIPTION A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed timber framed thatched cottage in one the most sought after south Norfolk villages. The property is very much a chocolate box style cottage centrally situated on a plot of just under half an acre yet within easy reach of the local school and Harleston town centre with all its amenities. The accommodation comprises one attic bedroom plus further attic rooms, two double bedrooms one with ensuite, spacious sitting room with inglenook fireplace, dining room, fitted kitchen, utility room, ground floor shower room and conservatory. Only by viewing internally will prospective purchasers appreciate the quality and features of this property.
On the Ground Floor
ENTRANCE HALL with entrance door, led light window, radiator in Fretwork screen, wood block flooring, stairs to first floor with cupboard under
SHOWER ROOM with tiled shower having screen door, pedestal wash basin, low level wc, cladding to dado, coved cornice, led light windows to two aspects, radiator/heated towel rail
SITTING ROOM with inglenook fireplace having oil burning stove, led light windows to two aspects, exposed timbers, built-in cupboard, open studwork to further area with double radiator, led light windows to two aspects, exposed beams
DINING ROOM with French doors to garden, wood block flooring, coved cornice, radiator
KITCHEN attractively fitted on two walls with units having tiled work surfaces and painted fronts, inset single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit with swan neck mixer taps, drawers and cupboards under, fitted wall cupboards, oil fired Rayburn range which also runs the central heating and is set in a red brick fireplace, window to rear, quarry tiled floor, exposed beams, feature corner cupboard
CONSERVATORY with double glazed windows to three aspects, pitched polycarbonate roof, French doors to garden and further door to side, tiled floor in tessellated patter
On the First Floor
BEDROOM ONE led light windows, exposed timbers, wall lights, double radiator, built in cupboard and door to:-
ENSUITE this room has a limited head height ranging from 5ft4 to 5ft8, fitted with modern suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level wc, led light windows, cupboard, double banked radiator
BEDROOM TWO feature brick fireplace, exposed beams, led lights windows, wall lights, radiator
On the Second Floor
BEDROOM THREE with window enjoying views over farmland, radiator, pitched ceiling
Note: access to these rooms has limited head height:-
STORE ROOM with exposed beams, radiator and access to:-
FURTHER BEDROOM/STORE ROOM radiator, exposed beams, splay bay led light window to front, pitched ceiling
OUTSIDE As previously mentioned the plot is about 0.4 acres. Rear garden has a large paved patio, the remainder is mostly laid to lawn with feature pond which is fenced, also has a gravelled area, summer house and further lawned area. Front garden is mostly laid to lawn with large paved patio enclosed by hedging, access to the garage (19ft9 x 8ft6) with two up and over doors, window to rear, door to side, power and light connected. To the rear of the garage is a further lawned area which leads to the rear garden.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity, septic tank drainage.
Durrants have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and cannot therefore verify they are in working order.
NOTE The stairs to the first and second floor are steep and not suitable for the infirm or young children.
LOCAL AUTHORITY South Norfolk Council
Council Tax Band - E
LOCATION Alburgh is a sought after village and its primary school has been named the best performing primary school in Norfolk following year 6 tests as well as being one of the top 250 primary schools in the country. It's only 4 miles from the thriving market town of Harleston which has an excellent range of shops including a supermarket, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries, schools to G.C.S.E. level, 2 hotels, a number of restaurants and inns and a sports centre with badminton and tennis courts. Diss is some 10 miles to the West and has a mainline rail link to London, Liverpool Street. Norwich is about 20 miles to the North and is the principal shopping and commercial centre for the County. Beccles is around 13 miles to the East and is at the head of the Navigable Norfolk Broads Waterways System.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING Not applicable as the property is Grade II Listed.
VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with the Agent's Harleston Office.
DIRECTIONS From the Harleston office proceed out of town on the Redenhall Road until reaching the roundabout on the A143, take the first exit as signposted Bungay and continue along this road turning second left into Tunbeck Road. Take the first right hand turning onto Station Road and the property will be found further down on the left hand side.
CONTACT US Durrants, 32-34 Thoroughfare, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 9AU.
Tel: 01379 852217, Email: email@example.com
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