Pendefords are delighted to present this two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in the popular Norwich suburb of Sprowston, offered with no onward chain.
This mid-century home, built in the 1960’s, has had only two owners since new, and whilst it has been extended and improved over the years, it retains many of its original features. There are two light and airy bedrooms to the front of the property, one of which benefits from the convenience of an en-suite shower room.
The open-plan living and dining room is the heart of this home, a spacious and welcoming room with direct access to the private and enclosed back garden through the large patio doors, which is also overlooked by the kitchen at the rear of the property.
Sprowston lies to the north-east of Norwich city centre, and this home, in an established residential area, offers easy access to a broad range of local amenities including local schools and a supermarket.
This is an opportunity to acquire a much-loved family home with plenty of further potential, and early viewing is highly recommended.
This home has been extended by the current owners to offer spacious and flexible accommodation, which comprises:
Entrance Hall: Glazed entrance door to front aspect, window to side aspect, textured ceiling, built-in cloaks cupboard, built-in storage cupboard, radiator, carpet. Doors to:
Bedroom One: 3.29m x 3.09m. Two windows to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, fitted mirrored wardrobes, built-in airing cupboard with radiator, carpet
Bedroom Two: L-shaped room, 2.99m max x 4.31m. Bow window to front aspect, textured ceiling, fitted wardrobe, carpet, radiator. Door to:
En-suite shower room: Obscure glazed window to side aspect, textured ceiling, pedestal wash basin, W.C., shower cubicle with electric shower over.
Bathroom: Obscure glazed window to side aspect, textured ceiling with loft access hatch, panelled bath with electric shower over, W.C., vanity washbasin, radiator, vinyl flooring.
Living / dining room: 7.82m x 3.95m max. Dual aspect room with window to side aspect and patio doors to rear. Coved textured ceiling, two radiators, electric fire, carpet. Door to:
The front of the property is paved and shingled with raised flowerbed borders and a brickweave driveway which runs the length of the property and which provides off-road parking for several vehicles. The driveway leads to a garage, believed to contain asbestos.
To the rear of the property, the garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a paved patio area accessible from the living room and lightly-planted borders. The rear garden is enclosed with wooden fencing, and a timber shed and summerhouse can be found at the foot of the garden.
Council Tax Band: C
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