Cherrywood, Alpington

Offers in Excess of £325,000

In Summary

Status: SOLD stc
Location: Alpington, South Norfolk

Property Type:

Detached bungalow
3 Bedrooms
1 Reception Rooms
Single Garage
1 Bathrooms

KEY FEATURES

Three bedroom bungalow • No onward chain • Well presented throughout • Ample parking • Cul-de-sac location • Popular South Norfolk village

Available with no onward chain, this three-bedroom detached bungalow in the popular village of Alpington has been extended and improved to provide generous flexible accommodation on one level.

This delightful bungalow is located in an established residential cul-de-sac set back from the road behind a wooden picket fence. The low maintenance front garden is accessed via a brick weave driveway which provides parking for three vehicles, and which gives access to the generously proportioned single garage which has previously been used for caravan storage.

Walking through the small entrance porch and opening the front door, you are greeted by a welcoming entrance hall, from which all the principal rooms may be accessed. Directly to your left is a bright and airy living room which benefits from a large south facing window – letting in lots of natural light all year round. The property has oil fired central heating throughout and this living room is granted additional warmth thanks to a cast iron open fireplace which provides the perfect focal point in the winter.

This bungalow has three double bedrooms, one to the front of the property, and two to the rear. The two bedrooms to the rear of the property have been extended, to create ample accommodation with plenty of space for storage. The great thing about bungalows is the flexibility of layout they provide, and one of these bedrooms has been used as a dining/sitting room by the previous owner, enjoying plentiful views across the rear garden thanks to its dual aspect outlook. 

 

Walk along the entrance hall past the family bathroom, and to the rear of the property is a well-proportioned kitchen/dining room, with ample space for a large dining table and a comprehensive range of fitted units. The Rangemaster oven, which suits the kitchen perfectly, is included in the sale. Leading off the kitchen, a utility room provides a dedicated space for laundry and gives access onto the rear garden, whilst a convenient cloakroom completes the accommodation. 

The rear garden is a tranquil and private space, with a central lawn surrounded by well-stocked borders and containing a pond, two seating areas to catch the sun at different times of day, timber sheds and a summerhouse which is perfectly positioned to benefit from the evening sun in this peaceful village setting.

Location

Alpington is located about 7 miles south of Norwich, and benefits from a post office and farm shop, OFSTED Outstanding primary school, church and public house, with further amenities located in the nearby village of Poringland, including a library, medical centre and supermarket. The village is well located, with easy access to the A146 for journeys by car into Norwich, or south towards Beccles and on to the coast.

Properties in this location are always popular, and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this home. 

This property is sure to prove popular with a range of buyers, and early viewing is highly recommended.

Inside the property

Entrance Porch

Sliding PVCu entrance door, tiled floor. Door to:

Entrance Hall

Smooth plastered ceiling with loft access, built-in storage cupboard, radiator, fitted carpets, doors to:

Living Room

6.10m max x 3.32m

Window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, feature open fireplace with cast mantel and decorative tiled surround on tiled hearth, two radiators, fitted carpets.

Bedroom One

6.18m x 2.70m

Smooth plastered coved ceiling, windows to rear and side aspects, built-in wardrobes, two radiators, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Two

5.18m x 2.46m

Dual aspect room with windows to side aspect and rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, two radiators, fitted carpets. 

Bedroom Three

3.62m x 2.72m

Window to front aspect, smooth plastered coved ceiling, built-in wardrobe, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bathroom

2.55m max x 2.00m

Obscure glazed window to rear aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, panelled bath with shower screen and shower over, dual flush W.C., pedestal washbasin, heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor and part-tiled walls, wall-mounted electric heater, extractor fan.

Kitchen

4.41m max x 3.61m

Window to rear aspect, smooth plastered ceiling with recessed ceiling lights, comprehensive range of fitted units incorporating 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, freestanding electric Rangemaster oven, built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, built-in cupboard housing oil-fired boiler, ceramic tiled floor, radiator. Door to:

Utility Room

Window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, ceramic tiled floor, exterior door to rear garden, door to:

Cloakroom

Obscure glazed window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, corner washbasin, ceramic tiled floor, dual flush W.C., radiator.

Outside the property

To the front of the property

The low-maintenance front garden is predominantly shingled with feature planting, and is bounded by a timber picket fence. A brickweave driveway provides off-road parking for two vehicles and leads to a single

Garage

5.11m x 2.62m

With up-and-over garage door to front, personnel door to rear, light and power.

To the rear of the property

The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with an ornamental pond area and mature planting in the centre. A paved patio is accessed from the utility room, and a separate shingled area provides space for seating. The rear garden is enclosed with a timber fence, and benefits from well-stocked mature borders and specimen fruit trees. Two timber sheds provide storage, and there is a timber summer house included in the sale.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band: C

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