Mr Self, Norfolk
Abbotts sold my house in 10 days, it's perfectly clear I made the right choice.
This property is also featured on prestigehomes.co.uk
A fine detached Victorian town residence dating back to 1837 and originally part of the Glaisdale House estate (now Plaxtole House). With many period features and having been extensively improved and restored both inside and out by the current and previous owner. This is one of the most interesting detached residences in the area, of leading architectural style and beautifully presented. Of particular benefit is the generous parking area. There are also mature gardens with lawns, a variety of shrubs and fruit trees. There are period features throughout including original sash windows with crown glass and internal doors. The light, bright accommodation benefits from gas fired central heating and high ceilings. The town centre is a short stroll through The Walks park, as is the railway station with main line links to Cambridge and London's kings's Cross.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
Antique solid wood flooring, picture rail and dado, radiator with thermostat, original Victorian ledge and brace doors to study, kitchen/dining room and bathroom.
Another impressive room converted from an original barn with 3.5m ceiling height and formerly used as a bedroom, two sash windows with further arched French doors to conservatory/garden room and open fireplace with tiled surround, mantel and heather.
The heart of this fine house is ceiling height, engineered oak flooring, base level fitted kitchen with oak block work surface, Belfast sink with mixer tap, space for gas range cooker, space and plumbing for dishwasher and two original arched sash windows with decorative mantel over. Fitted Jotul log burner set on quarry tiled hearth and further storage including high level lockers. Space for a dining room table.
A versatile room that can be used as a dining room and family room, open-plan via a formed archway to the kitchen. Double aspect with original sash windows to side and rear aspects, arched alcove, picture rail, door to rear entrance hall and engineered oak flooring. Gas fireplace with marble inset and hearth and timber Adam-style surround and mantel over, ceiling rose and radiator with thermostat.
Double aspect room with original arched sash windows to front and side aspect, wooden shelving, door to staircase to first floor with painted original wood panelling, door to storage cupboard beneath stairs. Fireplace set with electric fire with painted original surround and mantle over. Picture rail, engineered flooring, radiator with thermostat and arch to dining/family room.
Laminate flooring, of double glazed timber casement construction, pitched polycarbonate roof and doors to the outside.
Solid oak flooring, bath with side panel, tiled surround, overhead shower system, heritage style mixer tap, further hand shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin. Victorian-style chrome heated towel rail and door to utility room.
Space and plumbing for washing machine, fitted worktop with sink and storage under, sash window, radiator, black granite flooring, walk-in linen cupboard.
Original rear entrance with four arched windows to double aspect, storage at low level and window seat with storage cupboards beneath. Door to main property and solid wooden door to outside with decorative glass panelling.
Double aspect room with four original sash windows overlooking side and rear of property. TV point radiator with thermostat.
Double aspect room with original sash windows to front and side of property, TV point, radiator with thermostat.
Two original sash windows to side aspect, fitted Victorian cupboard in chimney recess, original open fireplace with cast-iron inset and timber surround with mantle over, access to roof void. Radiator with thermostat.
Currently used as chapel (to be deconsecrated before sale), this room could also be used as a garage or games room. Of brick construction with pantiled roof with vaulted timber ceiling and part-tiled floor. Obscure glass windows to side and rear. Power points and light. There is an original entrance to the street via a side gate behind existing studwork.
A versatile large room that could be used a family room or home office, Constructed in timber loglap with timber space blanket insulation and fibreglass pitched roof. Wooden shelving. Leaded double glazed uPVC windows to front with double doors. Power and light with USB points.
Live chat opening hours are 9am until 5.30pm Monday to Friday
Mortgage lenders have their own affordability criteria. That's why it's important that you speak to one of our Mortgage and Protection Consultants from Countrywide Mortgage Services. They will be able to give you information, talk you though your mortgage and protection needs and find the best products for you, using a wide range of lenders and its insurance partners.