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Wells-next-the-Sea

Offers in Excess of
£400,000
Added on 06/05/2021
Belton Duffey, Wells-next-the-Sea
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x2
BATHROOMS
x2

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A detached 2 bedroom house with courtyard garden, garage parking and rooftop sea views situated close to the town centre. No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
Anchor Cottage is a detached house built in the 1980s of mellow brick under a pantiled roof and situated on a prominent corner plot with views towards the sea from the principal bedroom. The property is close to the town centre with its main shopping street just a few steps away making it ideal as a conveniently located permanent residence or a second home with holiday lettings potential.

There is accommodation comprising an entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and a good sized sitting/dining room with a galleried landing, 2 double bedrooms and a shower room upstairs. The current owners have carried out a programme of improvements including a new shower room and cloakroom, the installation of oak internal doors, new radiators and lighting, skimmed ceilings and redecorating. However, the property does require some finishing off with new floor coverings and, perhaps, a replacement kitchen. Planning Permission was also obtained in 2015 (now lapsed) for a 2 storey extension creating a dining area off the kitchen and a small 3rd bedroom upstairs. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.

Outside, Anchor Cottage has a private walled courtyard garden which has been laid out for ease of maintenance and wraps around the property to the south and east and garage parking.

Anchor Cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain.

SITUATION
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. Gas-fired central heating. EPC Rating D.

Property ref: 121_959_4907512

ENTRANCE HALL

5.52m x 1.80m (18' 1" x 5' 11") A glazed UPVC door with obscured glass leads from the courtyard garden into the entrance hall with a staircase to the galleried first floor landing, understairs storage cupboard with coat hooks and space for shoe storage etc. Ceramic tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, radiator, telephone point, window to the side and glazed oak doors to the kitchen/breakfast room and sitting room.

CLOAKROOM

1.80m x 1.19m (5' 11" x 3' 11") Vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin, WC, ceramic tiled floor, extractor, chrome towel radiator, recessed ceiling lights. Obscured glass window to the rear of the property.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

3.01m x 3.27m (9' 11" x 10' 9") A range of base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Cooker space with gas connection and an extractor hood over, space and plumbing for a dishwasher or washing machine and space for a freestanding fridge freezer. Ceramic tiled floor, ceiling spotlights, radiator and room for a small breakfast table and chairs. Window to the east overlooking the courtyard garden and a partly glazed door with obscured glass leading out to the side of the property.

SITTING/DINING ROOM

3.02m x 5.52m (9' 11" x 18' 1") A good sized room with former fireplace now housing a contemporary electric pebble fire, 2 radiators, recessed ceiling lights and TV point. Triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side of the property.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

5.52m x 1.80m (18' 1" x 5' 11") Galleried landing with radiator, recessed ceiling lights and loft hatch. Window to the front of the property overlooking the courtyard garden.

BEDROOM 1

3.02m x 3.25m (9' 11" x 10' 8") Radiator, recessed ceiling lights and a window to the north with rooftop views towards the sea.

BEDROOM 2

3.01m x 3.27m (9' 11" x 10' 9") Radiator, recessed ceiling lights and double aspect windows to the front and side of the property.

SHOWER ROOM

2.17m x 3.02m (7' 1" x 9' 11") at widest points. A large walk-in shower cubicle, vanity storage unit incorporating a wash basin and concealed cistern WC. Chrome towel radiator, shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and gas-fired Vaillant boiler. Extractor, shaver point, recessed ceiling lights and an obscured glass window to the north.

OUTSIDE

Anchor Cottage stands in a prominent corner plot position just a few steps from Staithe Street, the main shopping street right in the heart of Wells-next-the-Sea. Tall pedestrian gates to the north and west lead into the courtyard garden which has been laid out for ease of maintenance with concrete and brickweave patios and a high wall to 2 sides and tall fencing. There are mature shrub borders, outside tap and lighting and a useful painted timber garden shed.

GARAGE

Brick built in a block with up and over door. The garage is accessed off Clubbs Lane and access to the property is a few steps away via a pedestrian walkway leading to the gate opening to the property's courtyard garden.

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Belton Duffey, Wells-next-the-Sea

26 Staithe Street Wells-Next-The-Sea NR23 1AF

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