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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Wisbech

£275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Fine Period Semi-Detached Home
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Desirable Road
  • Drawing Room and Dining Room
  • Kitchen, Breakfast Room and Scullery
  • Family Bathroom and Ground Floor WC
  • Spacious Proportions
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Off Road Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Sowerbys are delighted to offer a fine example of a period home on Clarkson Avenue, one of the most desirable roads in the Georgian market town of Wisbech. Wisbech itself is home to one of the most popular and highly regarded Grammar schools in the area and has excellent links by road and rail to various towns and cities such as King's Lynn and Peterborough.

The house is a semi-detached property boasting an impressive five bedrooms and we urge first hand viewing to see the house and all it offers as it has some fine features. Inside the wide hallway there is the original stained glass door and window to the front, a drawing room with original fire and more ornate stained glass work on interconnecting doors to the dining room. Furthermore, there is a breakfast room, kitchen, scullery and WC to the ground floor. The original staircase with half-landing leads to the five bedrooms and family bathroom. Sash windows have been retained and coupled with the wonderful square and spacious proportions of the house make it a lovely family home. Outside the gardens have been landscaped to all sides and there is a driveway with off road parking for two vehicles. Gates to the side lead to a mature and beautifully kept, partly walled, garden at the rear, with lawn and patio area. The property also benefits from no upward chain. 

WISBECH Wisbech is an attractive and historic market town commonly known as the Capital of the Fens. Near the bridge is a monument to Thomas Clarkson, an active opponent of the slave trade. Also of interest are the two market places and the parish church of St Peter and St Paul, which has a fine 16th century tower. The Norman Castle has long since disappeared, but there is a house built from its stone by Thomas Thurloe, Cromwell's Secretary of State. Adjoining it is a great museum, one of the oldest in the country, which counts among its treasures the original manuscript of 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens. In the area there is very good walking and cycling, farm shops nearby, theatre - amateur and professional, a swimming pool, library, good schools- including the highly thought of Wisbech Grammar School, and a Salvation Army hall. The town is only 20 minutes from King's Lynn with its direct rail link to Kings Cross via Cambridge approx 1 hour 40 minutes. Peterborough is 35 minutes away with its national rail links. 

COUNCIL TAX Band D. 

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. 

AGENT'S NOTE The property is situated in a conservation area. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://www.epcregister.com/ and enter in the reference number. 


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25 May 2018

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