Brecklands Road, Brundall

Offers in excess of £280,000

In Summary

Status: Completed
Postcode area: NR13

Property Type:

3 Bedrooms
1 Reception Rooms
Double Garage
2 Bathrooms


VENDORS HAVE FOUND - 3-bedroom detached bungalow - Low-maintenance landscaped gardens - Popular Broadland village - Improved and extended

In Brief

Pendefords are delighted to offer this three-bedroom detached bungalow situated on a corner plot in a non-estate location in the popular Broadland village of Brundall. Surrounded by well-kept gardens and with the benefit of off-street parking and a substantial double garage, this individual home offers low maintenance and flexible accommodation in a superb location, with countryside walks to one side, a thriving  village to the other, and great transport links by road and rail.

This charming bungalow benefits from a feeling of light and space throughout due to a number of dual aspect rooms and the open views along Strumpshaw Road which the property enjoys.

In Detail

This well-presented and impeccably maintained bungalow has been improved and extended, providing spacious flexible accommodation, two full bathrooms, and thoughtfully landscaped gardens. The accommodation comprises:

Entrance Porch: PVCu door to front aspect, window to either side, carpet, door to:

Entrance Hall: Coved textured ceiling, access to loft space, radiator, built-in shelved cupboard housing gas central heating boiler, carpet, doors to:

Kitchen: 4.10m x 3.36m (13’5” x 11’) Dual aspect with windows to the front and side of the property, coved textured ceiling, radiator, door to side garden. Range of built-in fitted wall and base units, built-in single oven, ceramic hob with extractor fan over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, single bowl sink unit with mixer tap, ceramic tiled floor.

Family Bathroom: Smooth plastered ceiling, high level obscure glazed window to front aspect, fully tiled walls and floor, bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap, WC, radiator.

Lounge: 5.42m x 3.53m (17’ 9” x 11’7”) Large window to side aspect, coved textured ceiling, feature fireplace incorporating electric fire, radiator, carpet. Door to:

Bedroom Two/Study: 4.47m x 2.61m (14’8” x 8’7”) Window to side aspect and high level window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, carpet, door to:

Inner Lobby/Dressing Room: 2.1m x 1.79m (6’11” x 5’10) Textured ceiling, carpet, fully fitted triple and double wardrobes, doors to:

Bathroom: 2.87m x 2.59m (9’5” x 8’6”) Smooth plastered ceiling, obscure glazed window to side aspect, high level obscure glazed window to rear aspect, fully tiled walls and floor, WC, inset bath, wall mounted heated towel rail, vanity wash hand basin, shaver point.

Bedroom One: 3.81m x 2.79m (12’6” x 9’2”) Coved textured ceiling, window to side aspect, radiator, carpet.

Bedroom Three: 3.35m x 2.80m (11’ x 9’2”) Coved textured ceiling, dual aspect with windows to front and side, built in mirrored wardrobe, radiator, carpet.


The cleverly landscaped gardens provide a wide variety of secluded spaces, each delineated by low-level mature hedging. The gardens are designed to offer ease of access and low maintenance year-round enjoyment.

To the front: Accessed through a pedestrian gate under a wooden archway, the front garden is predominantly shingled, with mature dwarf conifers and shrubs providing height and contrast. A stone pathway leads to the front door of the property and on through a further gate to a private side garden, paved and shingled with a seating area.

A further gate through close board fencing grants pedestrian access to the double-width brickweave driveway, which provides parking for two vehicles, and leads to a brick-built double garage with twin up-and-over doors, light and power.

To the side: Stepping stones lead from the front of the house to a further garden area predominantly laid to lawn with hedged boundaries and shrub and flowerbed borders.


Brundall lies approximately five miles to the East of Norwich on the river Yare, and benefits from a wide range of established and popular amenities. Public houses, medical centre, primary school, church, dentist, library and convenience stores can all be found in this thriving village, and waterside facilities include boatyards and marina, the Mid-Yare National Nature Reserve and RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, all within easy reach of the property. Two railway stations provide excellent public transport links to Norwich and Great Yarmouth, combined with bus routes and easy access to the A47.

Council Tax Band: C             Tenure: Freehold

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