The Street, Sutton

Guide Price £325,000 - £350,000

In Summary

Status: SOLD stc
Location: Sutton, 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 • Fields to rear • Ample parking • Popular Norfolk village

This delightful three bedroom detached bungalow is centrally located in the North Norfolk village of Sutton, and is available with no onward chain. 

With open fields to the rear and views towards Sutton Mill in the distance, this welcoming home is perfectly located for easy access to both the Norfolk Broads and the Norfolk Coast.

We hope that you like what you see. To arrange a viewing, call us on 01603 334433, or email hello@pendefords.co.uk

If you’re looking for a home which combines village living, the countryside on your doorstep, and close proximity to the Norfolk Broads, this could be the property for you. Originally constructed in the 1980s, this well-presented bungalow offers flexible single-storey accommodation in a rural village setting, and is available with the benefit of no onward chain.

Set back from the roadway behind a wooden picket fence, the low-maintenance front garden of this property offers a good-sized shingled driveway and parking area which provides parking for at least three cars, and which leads to the property’s detached single garage. 

A low step leads from this driveway to the front door, which in turn provides access to the bright and welcoming L-shaped entrance hall, from which all the principal rooms radiate. The well-considered layout of this property sees all three bedrooms grouped nicely together in one part of the bungalow, along with the bathroom, which has been converted into an accessible shower room by the current owners. 

 

Of course, the great thing about bungalows is the flexibility of their single-storey accommodation, and so there’s plenty of scope to use one of the bedrooms as a home office, or as a dining room, which the current owners have done – although the kitchen, which is well-equipped with a comprehensive range of contemporary fitted units, has plenty of space for a dining table to facilitate sociable cooking and entertaining.

At one end of the property, the large dual-aspect living room is the perfect place to relax, and the French doors to the rear of the living room provide access into the private rear garden, and views across the open fields towards Sutton Mill.  

Location

Positioned on the upper reaches of the River Ant at the edge of the Norfolk Broads National Park, Sutton offers a selection of local amenities including a primary school, garden centre, parish church, village hall, public house and hotel. The village staithe offers  mooring and access to the wider Norfolk Broads network of waterways, whilst the network of country lanes which surround the village are popular with walkers and cyclists.

Further amenities may be found in the nearby town of Stalham, including a range of local independent shops, a supermarket, high school, health centre, Post Office and Library. 

Sutton is approximately 15 miles by road from the City of Norwich, and only five miles from the wide skies and open beaches of the Norfolk Coast.

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

Inside the property

Entrance hall

PVCu glazed entrance door and high level window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling with loft access hatch, radiator, fitted carpets, doors to: 

Living Room

3.34m x 5.90m

Dual aspect room with window to front aspect and French doors to rear aspect. Coved textured ceiling, freestanding fireplace with electric fire, two radiators, dado rail, fitted carpets.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

3.16m max x 4.17m

Window to rear aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, comprehensive range of fitted units incorporating built-in double oven, ceramic hob with extractor fan over, 1.5-bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for freezer, radiator. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, vinyl flooring, door to:

Conservatory / Utility Room

2.04m x 1.38m

Of PVCu construction over waist-height brick wall. Glazed on three sides with windows to side and rear aspect, window and glazed door to side aspect. Fitted cupboard and worktop with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Ceramic tiled floor.

Bedroom One

4.53m x 3.08m

Window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Two

3.48m x 2.62m

Window to side aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Three / Dining Room

2.20m x 2.97m

Window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bathroom

2.57m x 1.80m

Obscure glazed window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, part-tiled walls, accessible shower cubicle with folding seat and electric shower over, fitted vanity unit incorporating washbasin and concealed cistern W.C., heated towel rail, vinyl flooring.

Outside the property

To the front of the property

The low-maintenance garden is separated from the roadway by a wooden fence, and a shingled driveway provides parking for several vehicles and gives access to the detached

Garage

2.50m x 4.90m

Up-and-over garage door, window to side aspect, light and power.

To the rear of the property

The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a lightly-planted border, two timber sheds, and a paved patio area accessible from the conservatory The garden is enclosed by a close-board timber fence which has been lowered to the rear boundary to grant views across the open fields to the rear of the property.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Rating: C

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