2 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Chapel Lane, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18


  • reception rooms 2
  • bedrooms 2
  • bathrooms 1
Reference: 37220_FWW210257

Key Features

  • BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER COTTAGE
  • BELIEVED TO DATE BACK AS FAR AS 1804
  • CLOSE PROXIMITY OF THE TOWN CENTRE
  • SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK & WOOD BURNER
  • 200FT REAR GARDEN (STMS)
  • VIEWS OVER TIFFEY VALLEY
  • DETACHED HEATED ANNEXE WITH EN SUITE SUITABLE FOR 3RD BEDROOM OR HOME OFFICE

Description

A BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER COTTAGE BELIEVED TO DATE BACK AS FAR AS 1804, situated within close proximity of the town centre. The rear garden is approaching 200ft having open views across the Tiffey valley.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
The cottage has two bedrooms, sitting room complete with large Inglenook and wood burner stove, dining room and kitchen with Norfolk pamment tiled flooring and ground floor refurbished bathroom. The rear garden is a huge selling feature being south facing divided into three sections to capture the sun at different times of the day. It is a perfect place to unwind at the end of the busy day watching a glorious Norfolk sunset. A detached fully insulated and heated annexe with en suite shower room makes an excellent third bedroom or home office (wifi included).

SITUATION
Wymondham is a South Norfolk gem situated approximately nine miles south west of Norwich city centre. This rapidly expanding, yet charming, historic market town enjoys a full range of services including:- most major banks, Waitrose, Morrisons and Lidl supermarkets, three medical centres, four dentists, two veterinary practices, a wide choice of pubs, restaurants and cafes, leisure and sports facilities, a full range of local schools including Wymondham College and Wymondham High Academy, both having excellent reputations. The town has an award winning railway station with regular services to Norwich, London, Cambridge and many other destinations via connections at Ely. Landmarks include the impressive Abbey, the Market Cross and the Bridewell Museum. The University of East Anglia, John Innes Institute, Food Research Institute and Science Park, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norfolk Police Headquarters and Lotus Cars are all local employers served by the town.

Entrance from the rear into:-

Rear Lobby

2.24m x 0.86m (7' 4" x 2' 10")

Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler and Norfolk pamment tiled flooring. Door to:-

Bathroom

2.06m x 1.85m (6' 9" x 6' 1")

Window to rear, three piece suite with grey tiling to walls, wc, wash basin set into vanity unit and bath with shower over, Norfolk pamment tiled flooring.

Kitchen

2.34m x 2.08m (7' 8" x 6' 10")

Window to rear overlooking garden and patio area, Nofolk pamment tiled flooring, cream shaker style wall and base units, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, gas hob with extractor above electric oven. white metro tiled splashbacks, white Carron sink, shelved recess.

Dining Room

5.3m x 2.18m (17' 5" x 7' 2")

Norfolk pamment tiled flooring, bread oven currently used as storage but ideal for pizza etc, feature cast iron fireplace seating area, window to side, radiator.

Sitting Room

5.56m x 4.62m (18' 3" x 15' 2")

Inglenook brick fireplace with feature under lighting, wood burning stove, double glazed window to front, ceiling and wall beams, radiator, door leading to Norfolk winder staircase.

Landing Area

With beam studwork, access to both bedrooms.

Bedroom One

5.5m x 2.9m (18' 1" x 9' 6")

Double glazed window to front, feature cast iron fireplace, radiator, ceiling spotlight, loft access, recess ideal space for fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom Two

3.43m x 2.03m (11' 3" x 6' 8")

Single bedroom with double glazed window to side, eaves storage.

DETACHED ANNEXE

5.4m x 2.95m (17' 9" x 9' 8")

A great versatile room built in 2007. Ideal for a third bedroom or home office, complete with wifi. The building is fully insulated and heating is electric panel heater, window overlooking rear garden.

En Suite Bathroom

Large shower unit, w.c., hand basin with hot water heater, double glazed window to side, chrome towel rail, vinyl flooring.

Curtilage

The south facing rear garden is approaching 200ft deep (stms) and is divided into three parts to capture the sun at all times of the day. A patio area is at the top of the garden for the morning sun. For the midday sun you can bask in the property’s SUMMER HOUSE and finally watch the sun set over the Tiffey valley and farmland at the very bottom of the garden.Access for parking is via Frogs Hall Lane, the property has parking at the rear for several vehicles.

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Reference: 37220_FWW210257

Contact Agent

Ian Gibbs
Tel: 020 8370 4800