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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Crown Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR10

Offers in Excess of £228,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Good level parking
  • Generous Gardens
  • Between the Wars
  • Family Bathroom
  • Georgian
  • Off street parking
  • Large dining kitchen
  • Mainly carpeted
  • Close to local shops
  • Driveway

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

NO ONWARD CHAIN

Mentioned in the Doom's Day Book, the picturesque mid-Norfolk village of Buxton with Lammas is 20 minutes drive from the heart of Broadland and 8 miles due north of Norwich city with its electric main line to London Liverpool Street Stn (1 3/4 hrs). The village has a very good, community CofE primary school, Kindergarten, post office, general store, hairdresser, fish and chip shop, village green with associated football and cricket pitches (well used) and fenced off childrens’ playground. The closest village for slightly bigger shops and driving fuels is Coltishall (5 minutes by car) with North Walsham and Norwich being the nearest towns. The Google street view pre-dates the PV solar installation (2012) and the newly re-gravelled parking area (2016).

The sale price includes title transfer of the Feed in Tariffs (FIT) generated from the roof mounted Photo Voltaic (PV) solar installation which currently generates £790 (rolling 12-month average) since June 2012: FIT payments run until 2037. The new owners will also benefit, for own use, from the free electricity generated when the sun is shining. All PV solar installation documentation will be transferred to the new owners.

The house is fully compliant with ‘The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015', and is a going concern as a Buy-to-Let property generating £650 pcm.

The house is offset from the road by a front garden, slightly less than half given over to a gravelled parking area capable of parking 4 small cars at a pinch, more than adequate for 2-3 cars. The remainder of the full sun, well drained, front garden is planted with herbs, spring bulbs and flowering shrubs - all good pollinator attractors.

Directly off the front door into:

Sitting room: (18’1” x 8’4”). An original hearth surround, hearth now fitted with a dual fuel (wood/coal) stove which develops significant heat output, stainless steel flu fitted. Both chimney tops have been appropriately capped – the redundant flu capped off to prevent rain/damp descending. A mains electricity operated combined fire and carbon monoxide alarm is fitted to the sitting room ceiling. CH system thermostat control. Double glazed, double casement UPVC windows to south, double radiator under. Double, glassed, wooden doors from sitting room to kitchen.

Study/Office area: (10’2” x 8’11”). Fitted with sufficient 3-pin sockets to support a full IT suite, peripherals and radio/sound system. Double radiator. Enough space for a double sofa bed for over-spill guests. Single, glassed, wooden door from study area to kitchen.

Kitchen: (10’1" x 18’10”). Single storey extension with foundations capable of carrying 2-stories (planning permission required for an additional storey). Italianate tile floor, a fitted Magnet kitchen with plenty of wall-mounted and floor cupboards, lots of worktop space. Double glazed, brown wood triple window overlooking the back garden, roller blind above. Double radiator. Double French doors leading to the large, 3-tiered patio then onto the large back garden. The mains gas boiler is secreted into one of the corner, wall mounted cupboards, with the flu venting directly to the exterior. Electric domestic consumer RCD boxes, PV solar generation meter, associated boxes and isolation switch secreted in floor cupboard under CH boiler. Freestanding electric hob, double oven. There is a blanked off gas port to enable installation of a gas oven/range. Free-standing Carbon monoxide alarm.

Bathroom: ¾ tiled, fitted with a white suite, electric towel rail, wall mounted low-voltage humidistat fan and exterior wall extractor fan. Small cupboard under basin. The bathroom’s electrics‘ isolation switch is mounted outside the bathroom, on the wall above the bathroom door. Mains water stop cock at floor level to right of WC. Double glazed, double casement, white UPVC windows fitted with modesty glass, roller blind above.

Stairwell: Mains operated combined fire and carbon monoxide alarm fitted in upper stairwell ceiling.

Roof space access: Hinged access hatch above top stairwell landing. Top-hinged, telescoping aluminium loft ladder lying flat on roof floor when not in use. Electric light. TV aerial suspended within roof space. Roof space fitted out with interlocking flooring to provide a useful internal storage space. Mains cold water storage tank (fully lagged) and overflow tank in roof space. Photovoltaic inverter installed on chimney stack in roof space.

Master bedroom: (18’1” x 9’2”). Very large bedroom running the depth of the property, benefiting from dual aspect, white UPVC, double glazed, double casement windows - radiator under each window. Full morning sun through the south window and afternoon sun through the north window.

Bedroom 2: (7’9” x 10’6”). Two, built-in double wardrobes, the second one containing the fully lagged hot water storage tank. The hot water tank has a 2KW electric heating element in the top of the water tank as an additional water heating option. This cupboard also contains the central heating controls as well as the control box for the Economy 7 circuits (redundant but serviceable, unused). White UPVC, double glazed, double casement window facing south, radiator under.

Bedroom 3: (7’3”x10’6”) Built in double wardrobe, double cupboard above, small corner cupboard. White UPVC, double glazed, double casement windows facing north - radiator under.

The back garden patio borders are planted with camellia, roses, honeysuckle, periwinkle, spring bulbs, herbs and two small apple trees. The large back garden is mainly grassed with mature apples trees and at the very top a mature, well fruiting Victoria plumb, also pear, cherry, apricot and peach trees. About ¾ of the way up the back garden are 2, back to back, heavy duty, Malvern Apex 10’ x 8’ sheds (2013) with robust anti-tamper lock fittings, used for house and garden storage. At the very top of the back garden is a green house requiring only a few glass panes to be replaced to bring it back into use. In this area is a wilderness/wild area for wildlife which is cleared approximately 5 yearly. The only chemical used in the garden over the last 15 years has been root killer on laurel stumps.

The gardens are currently maintained through a private gardening arrangement.

HISTORY OF RENOVATION AND MAJOR IMPROVEMENT WORKS

2016 May - Parking area to front of house re-lined and re-gravelled.

2016 March - 2 x Fire and Carbon Monoxide mains powered alarms installed (upstairs landing and downstairs sitting room ceiling) to conform with ‘The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015' requirements for a rental property (and otherwise general safety).

2013 - 2nd 10’ x 12’, heavy duty Malvern Apex shed installed on 4” gravel base towards top of garden. Robust anti-tamper fittings over lock.

2012 - 1st 10’ x 12’, heavy duty Malvern Apex Shed installed on 4” gravel base towards top of garden. Robust anti-tamper fittings over lock.

2012 - 2.88 KWp PV Solar system installed. Transfer of title to the FIT Microgeneration payments is included in the price of the property.

2012 - New low voltage, humidistat fan heater installed in bathroom.
Bathroom electrics’ isolation switch installed on exterior wall to bathroom.
House electrics consumer boxes upgraded to statute requirements for a rental property: both are RCD.

2012 - House fully re-pointed.
Chimney stack - top 3 layers re-built and fully re-pointed, roof-hip tiles re-mounted where required. Flu caps installed, the second, redundant flu capped off to prevent rain/damp descending but still allowing some air movement. Lead chimney flashing renewed.
Dual fuel stove (coal/wood) installed in lounge; stainless steel chimney lining installed.
House re-painted throughout, including ceilings.
House re-carpeted throughout.

2006 - Mains Gas installed – House fitted out for gas central heating.
Gas boiler Installed, central heating radiators installed in every room.
New, expanded-foam lagged hot water storage tank installed (bedroom 2).
New mains cold water storage tank (fully lagged) and overflow tank installed in roof space.
Economy 7 storage heaters removed from rooms and stored.
Economy 7 electrical circuits remain in the house, fully serviceable, unused.

1995 - Magnet fitted kitchen installed, plenty of wall mounted and floor cabinets, plenty of worktop area.

1994 - Single storey (with foundations capable to carrying 2 stories) kitchen extension erected. During this build the house’s main domestic drain was completely replaced with new , with 4” diameter plastic pipe.

1993 - White, UPVC double glazing, installed throughout the house – all the windows are double casement.

1992 - Roof tiles removed and 7 skips of Norfolk reed and daub removed from roof space (1930's style insulation!). All roof timbers inspected and treated where required. Roof battens replaced as required, tiles drilled, re-laid in original positions and nailed onto battens. Roof internally lined with permeable membrane. Roof floor space insulated and fitted out with interlocking flooring to provide a useful internal storage space.

1990 - House purchased. House completely re-wired: all power and light circuits, including the installation of Economy 7 circuits – no mains gas in the village at this time.






Other features:

In Village
Patio
Excellent Transport links to London
Off road parking
Large open plan kitchen / diner
Good-sized rooms
No Onward Chain
Shed
Lawn
Gas central heating
Mains gas
Mains drainage
Large windows
UPVC double glazed windows
Rural
Wooden double glazed windows
Renewable energy
Ground floor access to property
North facing garden
South facing garden
Sunny garden
Wood burner
High ceilings
Period fireplace
Greenhouse

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 August 2016

Nearest stations

  • Worstead (4.5 mi)
  • Hoveton & Wroxham (5.2 mi)
  • North Walsham (5.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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16-18, Monument Street, London EC3R 8AJ

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Nearest stations

  • Worstead (4.5 mi)
  • Hoveton & Wroxham (5.2 mi)
  • North Walsham (5.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Tepilo Limited, UK

16-18, Monument Street, London EC3R 8AJ

01702 744264 Local call rate

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