Victoria Road, Diss
- Garden house/home office
- Character & charm
- Southerly facing rear gardens
- Utility room
- 2 bathroom (ground floor & first floor)
- Open plan kitchen/diner
- *Guide Price £315,000 - £325,000*
Located within striking distance of the town centre and railway station, the property occupies a prime position being within short walking distance to many amenities and facilities. The historic and thriving market town of Diss is situated on the south Norfolk borders and within the beautiful countryside surrounding the Waveney Valley, the town offers an extensive and diverse range of many day to day amenities and facilities whilst having the benefit of a mainline railway station with regular services to London, Liverpool Street and Norwich.
***GUIDE PRICE £315,000 - £325,000***
The property comprises a three bedroom end of terrace cottage, having thought to have been built around the 1900's and still retaining much charm and character throughout. With exposed red brick elevations, under a pitched clay tiled roof and with period sash windows all in good working order, the property is further heated by a modern gas fired combination boiler via radiators (just 1 year old with a 10 year guarantee). In more recent years the property has been the subject of a significant refurbishment programme, whereby great attention to detail has been undertaken to retain many of the period features whilst incorporating a high specification of modern and contemporary fixtures and fittings.
The property benefits from having good off-road parking to the front upon a part shingled driveway, (with enough space for 2 to possibly 3 cars leading up to the front of the house). To the eastern aspect of the property is a wide pathway leading to a side gate and with access onto the rear gardens. The main gardens lie to the rear of the property and greatly enjoy a southerly aspect taking in all of the sun, the gardens have been thoughtfully planted over the years having been set out in a zen style with an abundance of charm and colour especially during the summer months. A large paved patio area abuts the rear of the property creating an excellent space for alfresco dining and offers complete privacy from within. To the rear boundaries a large timber garden house is positioned measuring 10' 7" x 15' 6" (3.25m x 4.74m) with power and light connected and lends itself for a number of different uses.
The rooms are as follows:
ENTRANCE HALL: 21' 7" x 6' 6" narrowing to 2' 7" (6.60m x 2.00m narrowing to 0.81m) Access via a period solid oak glazed door, impressive and original pine staircase leading to first floor level with newel post and spindles. Exposed original pine flooring, access to reception room one, kitchen/diner and shower room/wc via original oak and pine four panel internal doors.
SHOWER ROOM/WC: 8' 7" x 3' 2" (2.63m x 0.97m) With frosted window to the side aspect. A modern suite in white with a large tiled shower cubicle, low level wc and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail to side. Tiled flooring.
RECEPTION ROOM ONE: 11' 4" extending to 13' 3" x 11' 6" (3.46m extending to 4.04m x 3.51m) A light, bright and airy reception room flooded by plenty of natural light and with high floor to ceiling height accentuating the feeling of space. A lovely focal point is the open fireplace with wood mantle surround and painted backing tiles. Exposed original pine floor boarding. Bay window to front with sash windows and secondary glazing.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO: 8' 10" x 11' 5" (2.71m x 3.50m) With an open archway connecting through to the kitchen/diner. Exposed pine flooring and with a focal point being the open fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove upon a pamment tiled hearth.
KITCHEN/DINER: 12' 2" x 14' 10" (3.72m x 4.53m) A most impressive room with semi-vaulted ceilings, Velux windows and French solid wood double glazed doors opening onto the rear gardens. Enjoying a southerly aspect and being a light, bright and airy room. The kitchen area comprises of solid wood worktop and a good range of wall and floor unit cupboard space with inset porcelain sink with drainer and mixer tap. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine or dishwasher. Tiled flooring. Pine four panel internal door giving access through to the utility to the side.
UTILITY: Found to the rear of the property with window onto the rear gardens and further door to side giving access to the rear gardens. The utility area comprises of a roll top work surface with inset Butler style sink and space and plumbing below for automatic washing machine, dishwasher or tumble dryer etc. Exposed brick flooring.
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL - LANDING: Window to side. Access to the bathroom and three bedrooms via four panel pine internal doors.
BEDROOM ONE: 11' 5" x 11' 5" (3.48m x 3.50m) Found to the front of the property being a large size double bedroom. Secondary glazing to front aspect and original sash window. Exposed Pine flooring.
BEDROOM TWO: 8' 11" x 11' 6" (2.72m x 3.53m) Another good size double bedroom. Found to the rear of the property enjoying elevated views over the rear gardens to a southerly aspect. Exposed pine flooring.
BEDROOM THREE: 6' 8" x 6' 10" (2.04m x 2.09m) Found to the front of the property and lending itself for a number of different uses. Exposed pine flooring.
VIEWINGS: Strictly by appointment with Whittley Parish Estate Agents, please call a member of the sales team at our Diss office on .
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