Located in an established residential cul-de-sac in the popular Broadland village of Horstead, this semi-detached two bedroom bungalow offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire a home with significant potential in a thriving village setting.
Offered with no onward chain, this property has scope for updating and improvement throughout to realise the full potential of this home, with its generous plot allowing the opportunity to extend and further develop the bungalow subject to the necessary planning permission being obtained.
Set on a generous plot within an established residential cul-de-sac, this semi-detached bungalow offers flexible accommodation requiring some updating. The accommodation comprises:
Entrance Hall: Half-glazed front door, coved textured ceiling, built-in shelved storage cupboard, carpet, storage heater, doors to:
Living Room: 4.31m x 3.61m. Large window to rear aspect, textured ceiling with picture rail, electric fire, built-in cupboard housing hot water cylinder, carpet.
Bedroom One: 3.37m x 3.62m. Window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, storage heater, carpet.
Bedroom Two: 3.05m x 2.40m. Window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, storage heater, carpet.
Shower Room: Obscure glazed window to side aspect, coved textured ceiling, vinyl flooring, double shower cubicle with folding seat, handrail and electric shower over, half-height tiled walls, pedestal wash basin, WC, extractor.
Kitchen: 3.37m x 2.12m. Coved textured ceiling, stainless steel sink unit with cupboards and drawers under, wall-mounted breakfast counter top, vinyl floor, space for; washing machine, fridge freezer and freestanding electric cooker. Doors to:
Pantry: 1.92m x 0.91m. Obscure glazed window to side aspect, shelving, vinyl flooring.
Rear Lobby: Vinyl flooring, built-in storage cupboard, PVCu door to rear garden, door to:
Storeroom: 1.92m x 1.55m. Concrete floor, obscure glazed window to side aspect, access to loft, light and power.
To the Front: The front garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a wooden picket fence to the front, mature hedging to the right and a low wall to the left boundaries. A paved pathway leads through a further picket fence and gate giving access:
To the Rear: The enclosed rear garden is laid to lawn with flowerbed borders, paved patio area and pathway leading to the rear access gate.
Council Tax Band: A
The village of Horstead lies alongside the banks of the River Bure, approximately 7 miles north of the cathedral City of Norwich. Horstead has a parish church, highly-regarded public house, delicatessen and florist, all within easy walking distance of this bungalow, whilst the neighbouring village of Coltishall offers a wide range of local shops including a butcher, convenience stores, post office, service station, pharmacy, greengrocer, hair salons, dress shop, art gallery and plant shop. Local residents are well catered-for with a broad range of takeaway cuisine available, whilst three further public houses, a hotel with restaurant and a tea room provide opportunities to eat in and socialise.
Properties of this type rarely come to market in this location, and early viewing is highly recommended.
We anticipate high levels of interest in this home, which is full of potential and exclusively marketed by Pendefords – the Individual Property Specialists.
Disclaimer: Potential buyers are advised to recheck measurements before committing to any expense. We have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures or services and it is in the buyers interest to check the working condition of any appliances. A buyer should ensure that his/her legal representative confirms as soon as possible all matters relating to title including the extent and boundaries of the property and other important matters before exchange of contracts.