3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Goosebec, Wells-next-the-Sea

Guide Price £499,500

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

An impressive 3 bedroom semi detached 1930s house standing in good sized elevated grounds with garage, driveway parking and coastal views. No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
Goosebeck is a rare opportunity to purchase a well-proportioned semi detached 1930s house situated in an elevated position set back from the coast road at Wells-next-the-Sea. The property stands in good sized grounds with extensive driveway parking to the front, a south facing rear garden and coastal views to the north. A substantial detached timber barn style outbuilding incorporates a garage, workshop and store.

The property retains period features such as an impressive glazed entrance door with a glazed arched surround, bay windows and picture rails with the benefit of part UPVC double glazing, gas-fired central heating and a wood burning stove in the sitting room. The family sized ground floor accommodation briefly comprises entrance vestibule, hallway, kitchen/breakfast room with utility, dining room, sitting room, conservatory and a ground floor shower room. Upstairs, there is a galleried landing, 3 double bedrooms, a bathroom and WC.

Goosebec 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, newly opened petrol station, bank 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.






Property ref: 121_959_4650275


ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 
Period glazed double doors with a glazed arched frame leads into an entrance vestibule with light, space for coats and shoes etc, quarry tiled floor and a double glazed UPVC door leading into:

HALLWAY 
Staircase to the first floor landing with understairs storage cupboard housing the electric meters with window to the side. Radiator, telephone point, doors to kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and sitting room.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 
2.87m x 3.83m (9' 5" x 12' 7")
A light and airy room with triple aspect windows to three sides. Range of fitted base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a 2 1/2 bowl sink, tiled splashbacks. Cooker space with extractor over, room for a breakfast table and chairs, pamment tiled floor, radiator and door leading into:

UTILITY 
Worktop with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, quarry tiled floor, loft hatch, obscured glass window to the side and a glazed UPVC door leading out to the rear garden. Sliding door to:

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM 
Shower cubicle with Aqualisa mixer shower, wash basin, WC, tiled floor and walls, radiator, electric heater and obscured glass UPVC window to the rear.

DINING ROOM 
3.99m x 3.80m (13' 1" x 12' 6") at widest points.
UPVC bay window to the front with a glimpse of the sea, boarded up fireplace with gas connection and shelving to both sides, picture rail and radiator.

SITTING ROOM 
4.88m x 3.80m (16' x 12' 6") at widest points.
Fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a slate hearth with timber mantel, radiator, picture rail, square bay window with glazed metal door leading into:

CONSERVATORY 
2.32m x 2.42m (7' 7" x 7' 11")
Glazed timber construction on a low brick wall with sloping glass roof, power and light, bench storage and partly glazed door leading outside.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
Galleried landing with loft hatch and UPVC window to the side.

BEDROOM 1 
3.99m x 3.80m (13' 1" x 12' 6") at widest points.
Range of fitted wardrobe cupboards, picture rail, telephone point, radiator and UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.

BEDROOM 2 
3.98m x 3.19m (13' 1" x 10' 6")
Fitted wardrobe cupboard, pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback, picture rail, radiator and window to the front with far reaching coastal views.

BEDROOM 3 
2.87m x 3.83m (9' 5" x 12' 7")
Fitted cupboard housing the Vaillant gas-fired boiler, telephone point, picture rail, radiator and double aspect UPVC windows to the side and overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM 
Bath with mixer shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash basin with light and shaver point over, radiator, low level cupboard and vinyl flooring. UPVC window to the front.

SEPARATE WC 
WC, partly tiled walls, vinyl flooring and obscured glass window to the side.

OUTSIDE 
Goosebec is set back from the road behind a mature hedge and is approached over an extensive gravelled driveway providing parking for several cars. The front garden has a lawn with mature shrub and flowering plant borders, outside light and the space for refuse bin storage. The driveway continues to the side leading to the barn style garage. A tall pedestrian gate leads to the delightful south facing rear garden which comprises a good sized lawn, specimen trees, shrub and flowering plant beds, a gravelled pathway and a large log store. A paved terrace opens out from the utility and conservatory and there are fenced or hedged boundaries, outside tap and lighting.

BARN 
Substantial timber barn style outbuilding with a pitched roof, power and light and concrete floor. Comprising:

GARAGE - 4.70m x 2.85m (15' 5" x 9' 4")
Barn style double doors to the front and window to the store.

STORE - 1.18m x 2.85m (3' 10" x 9' 4")
Pedestrian door from the rear garden.

WORKSHOP - 3.02m x 2.85m (9' 11" x 9' 4")
Pedestrian door from the rear garden, mezzanine storage and window to the rear.





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  • Sheringham (14.6 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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

01328 618021 Local call rate

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