A traditional bay fronted style end-terrace house in a well connected location, not far from the beaches of Lowestoft and Pakefield. This attractive grey-brick property offers two reception rooms, three separate bedrooms, bathroom, front and generous rear garden, with access to the A12 close by. Viewing is highly recommended.
Lowestoft - 1.5 Miles
Beccles - 9.0 Miles
Norwich - 25.9 Miles
A traditional bay fronted style semi-detached house in a well connected location, not far from the beaches of Lowestoft and Pakefield. This attractive grey-brick property offers two reception rooms, three separate bedrooms, bathroom, front and generous rear garden, with access to the A12 close by. Viewing is highly recommended.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Two Double Bedrooms
Third Single Bedroom
Front & Rear Gardens
Pushing open the front door, a traditional hallway leads away from you to the stairs to the first-floor, passing the two ground-floor reception rooms. To the front is a generous sitting room with bay window and fireplace, currently housing a gas fire. The dining room is another versatile space, with ample room for a family dining set. the kitchen is the next room along with a back door to the rear garden and access to the bathroom. The kitchen is fitted with an ample range of modern wall and floor storage units with cooker and hob integrated within. Space for a washing machine can be found under the countertop and a handy under-stairs cupboard is the ideal spot for a fridge-freezer. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and shower over, along with toilet and wash basin. Moving upstairs a landing connects the three bedrooms on offer. To the front aspect is the main bedroom; a generous double room with helpful storage recess beside the chimney stack. The second bedroom is a typical double and the third is a single bedroom with boiler cupboard to one corner.
A picket fence marks the boundary of the front garden, where you push aside a gate and wander along the concrete path to the front door. The front is laid mostly to lawn with a tree taking centre stage, surrounded by colourful flowers. To the left of the garden is an alleyway that this property and the one next door use for access directly to the rear garden. To the back of the house is an area of hardstanding that then gives way to an area of lawn, bordered on three sides by framed plant beds, stocked with various shrubs and bushes. To the very end of the garden is an area of paved patio that makes for an ideal seating area to catch the afternoon sun.
The Avenue is located to the South of the Lowestoft, close to where the town meets Pakefield. Pakefield hosts a fabulous beach, wealth of shops and pubs as well as the Seagull Theatre which hosts some wonderful plays. The locality is served by a number of schools catering for children of all ages. Located on the most easterly point of the British Isles, Lowestoft provides an ideal holiday location set within a traditional seaside town, with it's Blue Flag award winning sandy beaches, Victorian seafront gardens, the Royal Plain Fountains, two piers and much more.
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Gas fired central heating. Mains electric, water and drainage.
EPC Rating: D
East Suffolk Council
Tax Band: A
Postcode: NR33 7LW
It 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.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
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