Diss - 4.0 miles
Harleston - 8 miles
Norwich - 23 miles
Bury St Edmunds - 24 miles
NO ONWARD CHAIN
An older style 1 bedroom single story mid terraced cottage located in the popular village of Billingford located in the Waveney Valley. This property would ideally suit a first time buyer or property investor.
Guide Price: £125,000
Accommodation comprises briefly:
The Old Smithy is a single story mid terraced cottage with vaulted ceilings to the lounge/diner and master bedroom with some exposed beams. This property would ideally suit a first time buyer or property investor looking to rent the property out privately or on a holiday home basis.
There are double doors to the entrance hall with room for coats and boots and a cupboard housing the hot water cylinder for hot water. A further door takes you to the open plan Lounge/Diner with two night storage heaters, windows to the front and doors to the master bedroom, bathroom and rear garden and a further opening to the kitchen. Go through the opening to the kitchen which has worktop surface to two walls with cupboards and drawers under and an inset one and a half stainless steel sink unit. Space for electrical appliances. The master bedroom as previously mention is vaulted with a night storage heater and window to the front. The bathroom has a three piece suite with panelled bathroom, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin.
There is a garden to the rear enclosed by fencing and a wall giving some privacy and seclusion. The garden is laid to lawn with an outbuilding to the rear.
This cottage is in quite a pretty location with an open aspect to the front looking across to Billingford Windmill. There is a public house just around the corner and the River Waveney, being the county border between Norfolk and Suffolk, is just a field or so away. There is good access onto the A143 with the bustling market town of Diss around 4 miles in one direction and Harleston around 6 miles to the other. Billingford is approximately 4 miles from Diss which is located on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and equidistant from both Norwich and Ipswich. The town of Diss offers a wide variety of facilities and amenities including schooling for all ages, supermarkets, shops and restaurants, healthcare, sports and social clubs to name a few. Diss widely known for its unusual and picturesque mere situated in the heart of the town which dates back to the ice age and its beautiful surrounding villages. Also present is a mainline railway station providing further links to Norwich and London.
From Diss leaving via Victoria Road on the A1066 follow this road until you come to the main roundabout with the A140. Turn right here following the A140 south. At the next roundabout turn left on the A143 heading East and follow the road until you come to Billingford. Just after the Horseshoes Public House turn right into Low Street and the property will be found a short distance on the right hand side.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale,
but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Shared septic tank.
South Norfolk Council
Council Tax Band: A
Postal Code: IP21 4ND
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
Please contact us on 01379 644822 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.
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