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5 bedroom town house for sale

The Tramway, Outwell, PE14


Property Description

Key features

  • EPC Rating D
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Private River Mooring
  • Two Ensuites
  • Refitted Bathroom
  • Stunning Location

Full description

This executive five bedroom, two en suite family home is located within a sought after village in a private road.
The property also has its own private mooring.

Internally this beautiful home is presented to a high standard throughout and has a refitted kitchen and bathroom, along with a separate dining room, utility room and cloakroom.
Outside the double garage has block paved driveway providing off road parking for a number of cars.

A newly fitted double glazed front door leads into the entrance hall which has stairs to the first floor landing, radiator and wood laminate flooring.

The light and airy lounge has a double glazed bay window overlooking the canal and double glazed French doors leading out to the patio. There are three radiators along with an air conditioning unit, TV and telephone points and wood laminate flooring.

With a double glazed bay window overlooking the canal the dining room is the ideal place to entertain and has wood laminate flooring and radiator.

Recently refitted, the kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary worktops over, integrated oven, hob, extractor hood, fridge/freezer, TV point, radiator and double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.

Off the kitchen, the utility room has a double glazed door and double glazed window along with plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, base and wall mounted units, radiator and tiled flooring.

To complete the downstairs is the cloakroom with a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator and tiled flooring.

On the first floor landing there are stairs to the second floor landing, there is also a double glazed window overlooking the canal and airing cupboard.

The three bedrooms on this floor all have double glazed windows, radiators and TV points. Bedrooms one and two also have en suites consisting of shower cubicles, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basins, shaver points, radiators and double glazed windows.

On the second floor landing there is a sky light window. Both the bedrooms on this floor have sky light windows and radiators.

Outside the rear garden has a patio leading to lawned area with a gated side access and outside tap.

To the side is a block paved driveway providing off road parking for a number of cars and leading to the double garage with its two up and over doors and light and power.

This family home really does need to be viewed to be fully appreciated.


Opened in 1883, the Wisbech and Upwell Tramway ran from the Cambridgeshire town of Wisbech to the Norfolk village of Upwell. Its route carried it close to farms and villages, allowing goods to be shipped into Wisbech where they could be transferred onto the main line and carried to destinations further afield. It was this agricultural trade that caused the line to be constructed in the first place, and what kept it afloat after passenger services ceased in 1927. Its Upwell depot was 5 miles 72 chains (9.5 km) distant from Wisbech. The line had eleven sidings, with two originally allocated for passenger traffic. During the fruit season the sidings could hold more than a hundred vans. The depot had a cattle dock, a depot office, a passenger waiting room, and a coal merchant's office and staithes. There was also an ash pit, and an old GER tender was used for a water tower until 1953 when it was removed. Outwell Village depot was located by the old course of the River Nene and adjoined by St Clement's church on the other side. It originally had four sidings and was equipped with coal chutes to transfer coal to barges for distribution through the Fens. The depot had a small office building built from red brick and an old van body for storage. The brick office still stands, but most of the depot site has since been built over by modern housing. The name of the cul-de-sac/access road is "The Tramway".

General Information
The property is Freehold. The local council is Kings Lynn and West Norfolk. Council tax band: F. The property has oil fired heating, Electricity, Water Meter and Drainage. EPC rating: D.

Situated in the popular village of Outwell approximately eight miles from Wisbech. Amenities include post office, shop, petrol station, fish and chip shop, public house, restaurant, hairdresser and a primary school.

From our town centre offices, bear right at the clock tower, proceed along the High Street to the t-junction and turn right. Proceed down Priory Road, bearing left into Railway Road and continue along past the train station to the roundabout. At the roundabout continue straight over heading towards Wisbech on the A1122. Proceed for approximately seven miles passing through the villages of Salters Lode and Nordelph and enter the village of Outwell, taking the first turning in the village on the left hand side over the bridge to the side of the Church. Proceed down this road taking the first turning on the right hand side into the Tramway. Proceed down where the property can be found on the right hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 September 2018


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