3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale133 Camping Hill, Stiffkey
Ex-local authority house with 2/3 bedrooms, large garage/workshop and gardens in this popular coastal village. No onward chain.
133 Camping Hill is ex-local authority house situated set well back from the road on the edge of Stiffkey and close to the pathway leading to the saltmarsh and North Norfolk Coastal Path. There is well laid out accommodation briefly comprising entrance hall, kitchen/dining room with separate utility, cloakroom, sitting room with 2 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. There is also a staircase leading up to an attic bedroom with a large Velux window to the rear. The property has the benefit of majority UPVC double glazed windows and doors, pine 4 panel internal doors and LPG-fired central heating.
Outside, there is a small lawned front garden with a good size rear garden with parking area and a large detached garage/workshop. 133 Camping Hill is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
Please note that there is a restrictive Covenant on this property, which states that it may only be sold to a purchaser who has been resident in or worked in Norfolk for the 3 years prior to purchase.
Stiffkey is a picturesque village, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, of predominantly pretty brick and flint cottages with the marshes leading down to the sea on one side and nestling in the valley next to the River Stiffkey to the other side. In the main street can be found the attractive Stiffkey Stores and Coffee Shop which is open 7 days a week in the summer and offers a Post Office counter, everyday groceries as well as a wide range of locally grown produce, homewares, gifts and wines. Close by is The Red Lion, a much celebrated traditional Norfolk pub serving good locally sourced food.
To the east is Morston where you can take a boat trip out to see the seals at Blakeney Point and treat yourself to a meal at the Michelin starred restaurant at Morston Hall or take the track via Greenway in Stiffkey which leads down to the sea and the coastal path. Blakeney is 3 miles to the east and Wells-next-the-Sea is 4 miles to the west with its beautiful sandy beach, dunes and colourful beach huts fringed by pinewoods.
Property ref: 121_959_4461338
133 Camping Hill is set well back from the road and has a small lawned front garden bounded by a metal fence to the front and hedged and fenced side boundaries. A pedestrian gate opens onto a concrete pathway leading to steps up to the front entrance door, outside light.
The pathway continues to the side where there is a tall timber pedestrian gate opening onto the lawned side garden with a paved area for the storage of refuse bins, outside tap and light. The rear garden comprises a small walled patio area, lawn and stepping stones leading to the garage. A pathway leads to a picket fence with a gate opening onto a 2nd lawn garden where the LPG storage tank is situated. This area also provides parking is accessed through a wide galvanised gate opening from the unmade track running to the side of Camping Hill which leads to the saltmarshes and the North Norfolk Coastal Path.
5.00m x 6.00m (16' 5" x 19' 8") To the rear of the garden and accessed from the unmade track. Large block built garage/workshop with a tiled roof, timber double doors to the front and pedestrian door opening onto the property's rear garden.
2.63m x 4.26m (8' 8" x 14') Range of pine base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink, tiled splashbacks. Cooker space with extractor over, arched brick recess, room for a dining table and chairs, ceramic tiled floor and radiator. Folding door to shelved understairs pantry, window overlooking the side garden and door leading into:
Large shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, ceramic tiled floor, doors to cloakroom and utility and a partly glazed timber door leading out to the rear garden.
1.91m x 2.29m (6' 3" x 7' 6") Range of white base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink, tiled splashbacks. Space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer space and room for a freestanding fridge freezer. Space for coat hooks and shoes etc, Baxi LPG-fired boiler, vinyl floor tiles and window overlooking the rear garden.
Wash basin, WC, ceramic tiled floor and window to the side with obscured glass.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Side window at the top of the stairs, door to staircase leading up to attic room and a further window to the front.
3.18m x 2.63m (10' 5" x 8' 8") Pine floorboards, fitted shelves, radiator and window to the front.
3.35m x 2.26m (11' x 7' 5") Painted pine floorboards, built-in cupboard, radiator and window overlooking the rear garden.
2.35m x 2.26m (7' 9" x 7' 5") Shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, bath with shower mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and WC. Vinyl flooring, tiled walls, radiator and window to the rear with obscured glass.
3.11m x 4.65m (10' 2" x 15' 3") Versatile room currently used as a bedroom with electric radiator, access to eaves space and large Velux window to the rear.
Hardwood door with stained glass window and storm porch over leads from the front of the property into the entrance hall. Staircase to first floor landing and door leading into:
3.90m x 3.62m (12' 10" x 11' 11") Fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a tiled hearth with pine surround, radiator, TV point, wide window overlooking the front garden. Door leading into:
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