28 High Street is a charming end terrace period cottage situated on the High Street with a west facing courtyard garden and a good sized outbuilding offering scope for conversion (subject to the necessary permissions). The property would now benefit from some refurbishment with accommodation comprising an open plan sitting/dining room, kitchen with 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. There is electric boiler central heating to radiators and an open fireplace in the sitting/dining room.
The High Street in Wells-next-the-Sea is designated as a Conservation Area and is now entirely residential but still reflects its former glory with its quaint, period shop frontages and prides itself as one of the town's most prestigious addresses. Number 28 is being offered for sale with no onward chain and, with all of the town's amenities just a short walk away, this makes the property an ideal second home with holiday lettings potential or a conveniently located compact home.
Wells-next-the-Sea is an attractive Georgian coastal town with good access to the market towns of Fakenham, King's Lynn, Holt and Norwich. Wells-next-the-Sea has many amenities and leisure activities on offer in the town or close by in the neighbouring coastal villages including, sailing, bird watching, walking, first class accommodation and restaurants, nursery, primary and secondary schools, doctor's surgery, 2 supermarkets, petrol station and a full range of diverse, independent shops.
The Quay is still the hub of the town with the familiar sight of "gillying" - fishing for shore crabs and the resident Dutch sailing ketch Albatros alongside the small fishing fleet and growing number of leisure craft. The beach, a mile along the beach road and accessible via the sea wall walk, car or the small railway, boasts beautiful sands, dunes and colourful beach huts fringing the pinewoods.
SERVICES AND EPC RATING
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Electric boiler central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band D.
Property ref: 121_959_4722534
4.02m x 3.56m (13' 2" x 11' 8") excluding stairwell area.
A partly glazed timber entrance door leads from the front of the property off the High Street into the dining area. Exposed ceiling beams, built-in wall cupboard and book shelves, radiator and a window to the front. Stairwell area with an open tread staircase leading up to the first floor landing and space for coat hooks and shoes etc, leaded window to the kitchen. Open plan to:
3.57m x 2.84m (11' 8" x 9' 4")
Red brick fireplace (currently boarded up) with built-in arched storage cupboards to the sides, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, west facing window overlooking the rear garden and a glazed sliding door leading into:
3.19m x 1.85m (10' 5" x 6' 1")
A range of base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, tiled splashbacks. Spaces for an oven and fridge freezer, vinyl flooring, small window to the west and steps leading up to a partly glazed stable door leading outside to the rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Cupboard housing the electric boiler and hot water cylinder, a further large storage cupboard and doors to the 2 bedrooms and bathroom.
4.86m x 3.10m (15' 11" x 10' 2") at widest points.
L-shaped room with exposed ceiling beams, radiator, loft hatch and a west facing dormer window overlooking the rear garden.
3.67m x 3.49m (12' 1" x 11' 5")
Built-in wardrobe and shelved storage cupboard, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, loft hatch and a sash window to the front.
2.35m x 2.04m (7' 9" x 6' 8") at widest points.
A white suite comprising a bath with a shower mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and WC. Chrome towel radiator, built-in cupboard, exposed ceiling beams and an obscured glass window to the side.
To the rear of 28 High Street, there is a sunny west facing courtyard garden which is accessed through double metal gates off Green Dragon Lane which connects the High Street to The Buttlands. The courtyard has been gravelled for ease of maintenance with flower and shrub beds, outside light and access to the barn. As is common with properties on the High Street, the neighbouring property has a pedestrian right of way over the courtyard.
7.51m x 2.69m (24' 8" x 8' 10")
A good sized brick and flint built outbuilding with a pantiled roof offering scope for conversion (subject to the necessary permissions). Brick floor, windows to the south and east and a timber entrance door. Latch door opening onto a WC with wash basin and window to the courtyard.
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Sheringham Station14.9 miles
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