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Hardley Street, Hardley

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £300,000


  • CHAIN FREE
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Master Ensuite
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Fully Renovated
  • Generous Plot
  • Quiet Village Location
  • Off-Road Parking

Boasting a whole host of improvements, Musker McIntyre are pleased to offer this beautiful chain-free renovated cottage in the desirable rural village of Hardley. Boasting three bedrooms, master ensuite, two reception rooms, fully equipped kitchen and generous plot of rear gardens, this is an opporunity not to be missed.

Loddon - 2.5 Miles
Norwich - 12.6 Miles
Beccles - 9.8 Miles

Boasting a whole host of improvements, Musker McIntyre are pleased to offer this beautiful chain-free renovated cottage in the desirable rural village of Hardley. Boasting three bedrooms, master ensuite, two reception rooms, fully equipped kitchen and generous plot of rear gardens, this is an opporunity not to be missed.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Sitting Room
Dining Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Utility Room
Bathroom
Master Bedroom with Ensuite
Second Double Bedroom
Third Single Bedroom
Off-Road Parking
Large Rear Garden

The Property
A traditional cottage front door opens directly into the dining room, where a striking inglenook fireplace takes pride of place and exposed timbers pass overhead. From here a door opens into the spacious sitting room, measuring 16' by 10', and where French doors open out to the rear terrace to let the outside world in. A door to the back of the dining room provides access to the kitchen/breakfast room, which in turn houses the staircase to the first-floor. This wonderful space offers a refitted cottage-style kitchen with plenty of worktop area and ample storage in the units below. Integrated within is an oven with separate hob, along with a dishwasher, fridge and freezer under the countertop. A spot for a small dining set to one corner makes this a great sociable space. To the back of the kitchen is a small rear lobby that links to the bathroom and utility room. The utility room has had a new glass roof installed and provides further worktop space with room for a washing machine and dryer beneath, both included as part of the sale. The bathroom is fitted with a claw-footed bathtub, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. Moving upstairs, a neat landing provides access to the three bedrooms. The two double bedrooms occupy a front aspect, looking out toward the fields and hedgerows opposite. The main bedroom boasts an integrated cupboard and an ensuite with large shower cubicle, toilet and basin. The third bedroom is a single room that also benefits from integrated storage. Many improvements have been made while the property was renovated, including a new roof (20 year guarantee), new loft insulation, new boiler, new consumer unit, and new carpets.

Garden & Grounds
To the front of the cottage is a shingle parking area, providing space for two small cars or one large vehicle if preferred. A concrete path leads past the right of the cottage, passing through a high iron gate before meeting the paved patio area that widens out to the rear of the property. The deceptively spacious garden stretches away before you, with high timber fencing marking the boundaries to both sides. The paving slabs continue down the garden quite a way, where they meet a brick potting shed and wooden bar construction. From here the garden turns to lawn and continues even further before meeting the unfenced rear boundary and the natural world beyond.

Location
With direct access to the Broads network, Hardley is a small but desirable rural village located just outside of Loddon. The house is close to many beautiful walks by the River Yare and Chet, and the bird sanctuary of Hardley Flood. Loddon provides schools, nurseries, shops, a Post Office, doctors surgery, dentist, library, public houses, a restaurant and cafes. The market towns of Beccles and Bungay are close by which provide a fuller range of amenities and supermarkets. The Cathedral City of Norwich is about 20 mins drive to the North and has a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street. The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are approximately 20 miles away.

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Oil fired central heating. Mains electric and water. Private drainage.

EPC Rating: E (prior to renovation)

Local Authority:
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: C
Postcode: NR14 6BY

Agents Note
This 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. A small patch of Japanese knotweed is present toward the rear boundary and is currently being treated under an insurance-backed guarantee.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.

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