Located in a quiet residential area in the popular coastal village of Caister-on-Sea approximately four miles from the bustling resort town of Great Yarmouth, this detached three bedroom bungalow, which is in need of some updating and modernisation, provides an ideal opportunity to buy a home in an established setting where very few properties come to market.
With no onward chain, the considerable potential of this home can be seen in the properties which surround it, some of which have been sympathetically extended and improved.
One of the main features of this property is the spacious and private rear garden with established fruit trees and mature shrub borders. In our opinion the property has a light and airy feel thanks to the large windows and dual aspect rooms, and is sure to be popular with first-time buyers or those seeking a property which offers scope for improvement.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance Hall: Obscure glazed door to side aspect, laminate flooring, radiator, loft access, meter cupboard. Doors to:
Kitchen: 4.66m x 2.56m max (15’3” x 8’5” max) Laminate flooring, dual aspect with windows to side and front of the property, coved ceiling, range of built-in units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space for freestanding electric cooker, space for washing machine, wall-mounted gas boiler, radiator. Door to storage cupboard, opening through to lounge.
Lounge: 4.40m x 3.34m (14’5” x 10’11”) Picture window to front aspect, coved ceiling, carpet, radiator.
Bathroom: Obscure glazed window to side aspect, half-height tiled walls, panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin, radiator.
Separate WC: Obscure glazed window to side aspect, toilet.
Bedroom 1: 3.01m x 3.34m (9’11” x 10’11”) Window to rear aspect, coved ceiling, carpet, radiator.
Bedroom 2: 2.27m x 3.33m (7’5” x 10’11”) Window to side aspect, coved ceiling, carpet, radiator.
Bedroom 3: 2.72m x 2.11m (8’11” x 6’11”) Window to rear aspect, laminate flooring, coved ceiling, radiator.
Externally: The front of the property is mainly laid to lawn, with shrub and flowerbed borders. A concrete driveway provides parking for several vehicles, extending the full length of the side of the property and leading to a brick-built garage with up and over door, flat roof, dual aspect PVCu windows to side and rear, and personnel door to side.
The ample rear garden is enclosed and mainly laid to lawn, with further established borders featuring mature shrubs and a concrete patio area.
The property benefits from gas central heating incorporating a combination boiler, and PVCu double glazed windows throughout.
The property is within close proximity of infant, primary and secondary schools, and the village centre which offers a range of shops, restaurants, takeaways, post office, dentist and doctors’ surgery.
Leisure activities are well catered for in the village, with playing fields, golf course, and the sandy beach all nearby. Further afield, the seaside town of Great Yarmouth provides considerable opportunities for entertainment and shopping, and the mainline railway station provides a commuter link to the city of Norwich, which is approximately a 30-minute drive from the property.
We anticipate high levels of interest in this rarely-available home, exclusively marketed by Pendefords – the Individual Property Specialists. Early viewing is highly recommended.