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2 bedroom ground floor flat for sale

33-35 Surrey Street, Norwich, NR1

Sold by Us £400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Prestigious Central Location
  • Access To Communal Outside Space
  • Ground Floor Flat
  • Award Winning Conversion
  • Period Features & High Ceilings
  • Parking For 1/2 Cars
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Bathroom & En-Suite
  • Two Receptions
  • Central Heating

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

The Property
**GEORGIAN ELEGANCE in a PRIME LOCATION with CITY CENTRE PARKING right in the heart of this cathedral city with all the attractions on your doorstep. PARKING and a communal space come with this GROUND FLOOR FLAT. Within this award winning conversion of four 18th Century Georgian town houses, the luxury and elegance of the original Georgian building has been retained. This ground floor apartment has been converted from the original GRAND reception rooms giving it a lion's share of the INCREDIBLE PERIOD FEATURES. There is oak wood panelling, original marble fireplaces, SUPER HIGH CEILINGS with intricate, elaborate coving and a spectacular tall bay window to the kitchen. It offers unbelievably spacious accommodation and a perfect blend with the newer extension to the rear providing the convenience of modern living, all just a stroll away from John Lewis!

Enjoying such a privileged city centre setting and a commanding exterior to this building makes it a must for your list.

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Norwich is such a compact city that everything is within walking distance including green spaces such as the old railway line not far away which is lovely for walks, along with the Norwich Cathedral gardens and Chapelfield Gardens with the old Roman wall.

The apartment is situated in the centre of Norwich, which is a regional centre for the whole of East Anglia. The railway station takes about 15 minutes to walk to and provides regular services to London, taking about two hours.
Norwich International Airport is to the north of city and provides flights to most domestic and European destinations. The A11 and A47 are two main routes leading out of the city accessing London and Cambridge to the south.
The city is the gateway to the famous Norfolk Broads, a wetland area comprising lakes and rivers extending over more than 100 square miles.
The North Norfolk coastline, which is home to many lovely seaside villages and has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty including Blakeney, Wells and Sheringham which takes about half an hour to reach by car.

Seller’s Comments
The thing about a period property is that the rooms tend to be spacious, said the owner.

The elegance of these grand rooms and living with these period features everyday was a large part of what attracted me to the property.

The kitchen is the heart of this home and a very sociable space that is excellent for dinner parties.

I have everything on my doorstep; restaurants, bars, theatres and the shopping centres of Norwich, yet it is amazingly quiet here.

I am lucky enough to have outside space and parking in the city centre, which is unusual when compared with similar apartments in such a location. The ground floor access has been so convenient for me.

I could not have wished for a better apartment in terms of its style, size and location.

Step inside through the commanding portico and you find yourself in a bright and elegant reception hall, to the rear of which you are greeted with a personal door to the apartment.

Entrance Hall
Exposed wood floor, entry phone system and door to;

Sitting Room
Featuring two original sash windows overlooking the street with original wooden shutters, slate and marble hearth and elegant Georgian marble surround fireplace, painted oak panelling and rails, elaborate coving to high ceiling, exposed wood floor, satellite TV and telephone point and two radiators.

Kitchen / Diner
Feature extra large window to rear aspect with decroative shutters, range of base and wall units with island fitted cooker, gas hob and stainless steel and glass extractor hood over. Granite work surfaces, one bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated fridge, freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. Space for a large/formal dining table, exposed wood floor, high ceilings and elaborate coving, satellite TV point, two radiators and a wall mounted gas boiler.

Forming part of a new extension; wood flooring, uPVC window to rear, radiator and door to the rear entry for the building with lifts and door to the secure gated car park.

Three piece white suite comprising; walk in shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C. Slate flooring, fully tiled walls and chrome heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two
Wood flooring, radiator and uPVC double doors to courtyard garden/parking.

Master Bedroom
Dressing area, wood flooring, radiator, satellite TV and telephone point, and uPVC double doors to courtyard garden/parking. Door to;

Master En-suite
Luxury free standing roll top bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., chrome towel radiator, slate floor tiles and fully tiled walls.

To the rear of the property and immediately accessible to both bedrooms via double doors is an area, laid to shingle, currently used as a parking space for the most part but also as a courtyard by the owner. There is an allocated space adjacent providing parking in the secure gated car park, leaving the area outside the double doors with permission for use and to enjoy as desired!

Service Charges
Service Charges: re approx £825 every 6 months and £250 p/a ground rent charge to the freeholder due each January.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 October 2016


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