Cromer

Guide Price £400,000 Freehold

Ref: 101301030944
An imposing Edwardian Semi-detached house in one of the towns most desirable locations within tree lined Cliff Avenue opposite the park.

  • 4 bed
  • 1 bath
  • Day Room
  • Delightful Gardens
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Garden Room
  • Original Features and Period Charm
  • Six Minute Walk to Town Centre & Beach
  • Superb First Floor Sitting Room
  • Superb Kitchen/Dining Room with Aga

An imposing Edwardian Semi-detached house in one of the towns most desirable locations within tree lined Cliff Avenue opposite the park.

Location Cromer is an extremely popular seaside town on the North Norfolk coast which became a resort in the early nineteenth century with some of the rich Norfolk banking families making the town their family destination. Facilities include the late Victorian pier, the home to the pavilion theatre, a rich variety of both independent and chain retailers to include supermarkets, art gallery, craft shops, cinema and pubs, along with restaurants and fast food outlets. There is also schooling to 16 years of age within the town.

Nearby National Trust Properties include Felbrigg and Blickling Halls, Sheringham Park, whilst further afield the stately homes of Holkham, Houghton and Sandringham are within easy travelling distance. Bus and rail links provide excellent transport links to the city of Norwich some 23 miles with Norwich railway station on the East side of the city providing a rail link to London Liverpool Street in under 2 hours and Norwich International Airport on the Northern outskirts of the city now easily access with the recent completion of the Northern Distributor Road. Further locations within easy travelling distance include North Walsham just over 9 miles, Aylsham 10.7 miles and Sheringham some 4.5 miles.

Description Arranged over three floors, Kettleby Lodge is a most impressive Edwardian semi-detached residence. Originally one house, this imposing property was split into two dwellings by a brother and sister in the early 1960’s. The present owners have retained and enhanced the features and the charm of this period creating an elegant and stylish home arranged over three floors with adaptable gas centrally heated space.

On the ground floor there is a cosy day room which could be utilised as a dining room if preferred, a particularly generous and well fitted kitchen/dining room with Aga and a garden room with French doors leading onto the main patio. On the first floor a spacious sitting room is centred around an attractive cast iron fireplace, whilst on the opposite side of the landing is a bay fronted master bedroom together with bathroom and separate WC. The second floor has three double bedrooms.

The entrance to this property with double gates was originally a driveway providing off street parking, part of which could easily be reclaimed if preferred, however, the gardens that have been created by the present owners are stunning and very stylish and demonstrate what can be created with hedging and planting in pots. The rear garden with Westerly aspect offers a good degree of privacy and seclusion in the summer months.

Early viewing of this interesting home is strongly recommended by the sole selling agents.

The accommodation comprises:-

Part glazed entrance door to:-

Reception Lobby 8′ 0" x 5′ 5" (2.44m x 1.65m) With black and white vinyl tiled floor and pine door to:-

Reception Hall 10′ 6" x 5′ 4" (3.2m x 1.63m) (minimum) To include pine staircase with fitted carpet to the first floor and storage cupboard under, radiator, black and white vinyl tiled floor.

Day Room/Snug 14′ 0" (into alcoves) x 14′ 6" (4.27m x 4.42m) (Side Aspect) Attractive open fireplace with stone surround, radiator, carpet, picture rail, ceiling coving and ceiling rose. Door to:-

Kitchen/Dining Room 15′ 0" x 14′ 4" (4.57m x 4.37m) (Side and Rear Aspect) Most attractively fitted with antique style pine fronted units with white porcelain door furniture and attractive granite worktops and comprising deep white butler style sink with mixer and surrounding pine drainer and work surface with cupboard under, inset four ring gas hob with extractor hood over, excellent range of base cupboard and drawer units with granite work surfaces over, wine rack, integrated dish washer, space for fridge, fireplace recess with attractive tiling housing the gas fired four door Aga in racing green with decorative mantle over, ceramic tiled floor with electric under floor heating, pine part glazed door leading to the side of the property, feature window with leaded and coloured lights, inset ceiling down lights and wide opening to:-

Garden Room 14′ 7" x 7′ 9" (4.44m x 2.36m) (Side and Rear Aspect) With attractive flooring, double radiator and small paned French doors leading to the rear garden, feature leaded and glazed window with period glass.

First Floor

Landing 22′ 3" x 9′ 7" (6.78m x 2.92m) (4′ 10" minimum) (Side Aspect) Staircase with carpet to the second floor, radiator, fitted full height pine cupboard with two sets of doors housing the hot water tank with fitted immersion heater, dado rail, moulded cornicing, feature arch and carpet.

Sitting Room 16′ 11" x 14′ 11" (5.16m x 4.55m) (Rear Aspect) A superb character room centred around an attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled splays and tiled hearth, double radiator, carpet, picture rail, ceiling coving and two wall light points.

Master Bedroom 18′ 5" (into bay) x 15′ 0" (5.61m x 4.57m) (Front Aspect) A delightful room with most attractive fireplace with pine surround, tiled splays and hearth, single and double radiator, carpet, picture rail and moulded cornicing. Views to Cromer lighthouse and glimpses of the sea.

Bathroom 7′ 9" x 7′ 4" (2.36m x 2.24m) (Side Aspect) Fitted with a contemporary period style suite comprising of a panelled bath with independent shower over and shower screen, pedestal hand basin, part tiled walls, tiled floor, inset ceiling down lights and moulded cornicing.

Separate WC 5′ 5" x 2′ 11" (1.65m x 0.89m) (Side Aspect) With Swanton decorated w.c. with pine seat and cork tiled floor.

Second Floor

Half Landing and Landing 23′ 11" (overall) x 3′ 1" (minimum) (7.29m x 0.94m) (Side Aspect) With radiator, good size built in storage cupboard, inset ceiling down lights and carpet.

Bedroom 2 17′ 5" x 12′ 7" (5.31m x 3.84m) (Side Aspect) Glimpses of the sea and Cromer church tower. Decorative cast iron fireplace, radiator and carpet.

Bedroom 3 13′ 3" (minimum) x 10′ 4" (4.04m x 3.15m) (Side Aspect) With radiator, wall mounted white hand basin with tiled splash back and coir matting.

Inner Landing 4′ 10" x 4′ 7" (1.47m x 1.4m) With fitted shelving, access to roof space and carpet. Door to:-

Study Area 7′ 5" x 4′ 10" (2.26m x 1.47m) With radiator and carpet. Opening to:-

Bedroom 4 15′ 4" (into alcove) x 9′ 4" (4.67m x 2.84m) (Side Aspect) With white pedestal hand basin with tiled splash back, radiator and coir matting. Door to a large built in storage cupboard with power and light.

Outside The property is approached via a wide gravelled path which could be utilised as a driveway to provide off street parking. The side garden is most attractively presented with some planting of shrubs and bushes and an established yew hedge, some box hedging, forsythia and ivy. The current owners have a large number of pots which they will be taking but it is easily seen how delightful this area of garden can be presented. There are also a pair of wrought iron gates on brick rendered piers and an outside light and tap. Within the rear garden is a timber outbuilding (15′ 8" x 7′ 8") with one area designated as utility with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer with the balance of the building currently used as a study having power and light. To the side and rear of the property is a very pretty garden with delightful paved area adjoining the garden room with yew and bay hedging, climbing rose, camellia, holly and well tended box hedging with an area beyond, finished with railway sleepers with surrounding borders boasting a variety of specimen shrubs, bushes and climbers together with beech trees providing a delightful screen from the neighbouring property. Aluminium greenhouse and outside light.

Services All mains services are available.

Local Authority/Council Tax North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN
Tel: 01263 513811
Tax Band: D

EPC Rating The Energy Rating for this property is E. A full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.

Important Agent Note Intending purchasers will be asked to provide original Identity Documentation and Proof of Address before solicitors are instructed.

We Are Here To Help If your interest in this property is dependent on anything about the property or its surroundings which are not referred to in these sales particulars, please contact us before viewing and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have.

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10a Cliff Avenue

Norfolk
NR27 0AN
United Kingdom

Tel: 01603 751578
E-mail: commercial@watsons-property.co.uk

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