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2 Bedrooms Terraced House for sale in 24 Church Plain, Wells-next-the-Sea

2 Bedrooms Terraced House - £385,000

24 Church Plain, Wells-next-the-Sea

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First listed on: 30th May 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

An attractive Grade II Listed period cottage with 2 en suite bedrooms and west facing courtyard garden, walking distance of the town centre. No onward chain

DESCRIPTION
24 Church Plain is an attractive Grade II Listed period mid terrace cottage, situated in a conservation area close to the centre of town at Wells-next-the-Sea. The property has been a much loved holiday home for the current owner who has carried out a programme of improvements over the years. There is gas-fired central heating installed and period features such as sash windows and pine 4 panel doors remain although the property would now benefit from some light refurbishment.

There is well laid out and surprisingly spacious accommodation briefly comprising entrance hall, kitchen/diner, sitting room with 2 double bedrooms upstairs, both of which have en suite bathrooms. Outside, there is a pretty west facing courtyard garden with a useful brick and flint built outbuilding which lends itself to a variety of uses (subject to any necessary permissions).

24 Church Plain is being offered for sale with no onward chain and, with the town\'s shopping centre being just a short walk away, this is an ideal property for those buyers looking for a compact permanent residence close to amenities, a second home or holiday lettings business.

SITUATION
Wells-next-the-Sea is an attractive Georgian coastal town with good access to the market towns of Fakenham, King\'s Lynn, Holt and Norwich. Wells-next-the-Sea has many amenities and leisure activities on offer in the town or close by in the neighbouring coastal villages including, sailing, bird watching, walking, first class accommodation and restaurants, nursery, primary and secondary schools, doctor\'s surgery, 2 supermarkets, bank and a full range of diverse, independent shops.

The Quay is still the hub of the town with the familiar sight of \"gillying\" - fishing for shore crabs and the resident Dutch sailing ketch Albatros alongside the small fishing fleet and growing number of leisure craft. The beach, a mile along the beach road and accessible via the sea wall walk, car or the small railway, boasts beautiful sands, dunes and colourful beach huts fringing the pinewoods.





ENTRANCE HALL
Period entrance doorway to the front of the property with fluted pilasters and a timber door with glazed vertical panels leading into the entrance hall. Leaded glass window and a partly glazed pine door to the sitting room. Partly glazed pine door with steps leading down to:

KITCHEN/DINER
3.30m x 4.79m (10\' 10\" x 15\' 9\") Range of white base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a round sink with a stainless steel drainer. Cooker space, space for a fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Curtained storage recess, staircase leading up to first floor landing, radiator, phone socket. Window overlooking and a glazed door leading out to the rear garden.

SITTING ROOM
3.68m x 4.10m (12\' 1\" x 13\' 5\") Impressive room with a high ceiling, fireplace with exposed timber beam and brick hearth (currently boarded up), radiator, fitted TV shelf and TV point. Sash window to the front.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Pine 4 panel door to bedroom 2 and steps leading up to a pine 4 panel door leading into:

BEDROOM 1
3.68m x 4.66m (12\' 1\" x 15\' 3\") at widest points. L-shaped room with fitted double wardrobe cupboard with pine doors and additional storage above, radiator, loft hatch, sash window to the front and pine 4 panel door with obscured glass windows leading into:

EN SUITE BATHROOM
2.00m x 1.69m (6\' 7\" x 5\' 7\") Coloured suite comprising a bath with electric Triton shower and curtain over, pedestal wash basin and WC. Radiator, extractor and high level borrowed light to bedroom 1.

BEDROOM 2
3.38m x 2.91m (11\' 1\" x 9\' 7\") Built in wardrobe cupboard with sliding doors housing the Vaillant gas boiler and hot water cylinder, radiator, sash window overlooking the rear garden and door leading into:

EN SUITE BATHROOM
1.78m x 1.71m (5\' 10\" x 5\' 7\") Enamel bath, small wall mounted wash basin, WC, radiator and obscured glass window to the rear.

OUTSIDE
To the rear of number 24, there is a pretty west facing garden comprising a paved seating area immediately behind the property and opening out from the kitchen/diner with outside light. The garden is screened by a tall brick and flint wall to the north and an ivy covered fence to the south with mature shrubs and flower beds. A paved pathway leads to the rear where there is a brick and flint built outbuilding. As is common with many of the properties on High Street and Church Plain, number 24 enjoys a right of way over the rear of the neighbouring property for taking out refuse bins etc.

Unrestricted on street parking available outside the property on Church Plain.

OUTBUILDING
2.52m x 3.91m (8\' 3\" x 12\' 10\") at widest points. Useful brick and flint built outbuilding with a tiled roof, considered suitable for conversion to a variety of different uses (subject to any necessary permissions). Ledged door and window to the front, window to the side, power and light, water tap and 4 panel door leading into:

WC
0.71m x 1.41m (2\' 4\" x 4\' 8\") WC, tiled floor and obscured glass window to the side.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage. Gas-fired central heating.
EPC Rating n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed)

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band B.
An attractive Grade II Listed period cottage with 2 en suite bedrooms and west facing courtyard garden, walking distance of the town centre. No onward chain

DESCRIPTION
24 Church Plain is an attractive Grade II Listed period mid terrace cottage, situated in a conservation area close to the centre of town at Wells-next-the-Sea. The property has been a much loved holiday home for the current owner who has carried out a programme of improvements over the years. There is gas-fired central heating installed and period features such as sash windows and pine 4 panel doors remain although the property would now benefit from some light refurbishment.

There is well laid out and surprisingly spacious accommodation briefly comprising entrance hall, kitchen/diner, sitting room with 2 double bedrooms upstairs, both of which have en suite bathrooms. Outside, there is a pretty west facing courtyard garden with a useful brick and flint built outbuilding which lends itself to a variety of uses (subject to any necessary permissions).

24 Church Plain is being offered for sale with no onward chain and, with the town\'s shopping centre being just a short walk away, this is an ideal property for those buyers looking for a compact permanent residence close to amenities, a second home or holiday lettings business.

SITUATION
Wells-next-the-Sea is an attractive Georgian coastal town with good access to the market towns of Fakenham, King\'s Lynn, Holt and Norwich. Wells-next-the-Sea has many amenities and leisure activities on offer in the town or close by in the neighbouring coastal villages including, sailing, bird watching, walking, first class accommodation and restaurants, nursery, primary and secondary schools, doctor\'s surgery, 2 supermarkets, bank and a full range of diverse, independent shops.

The Quay is still the hub of the town with the familiar sight of \"gillying\" - fishing for shore crabs and the resident Dutch sailing ketch Albatros alongside the small fishing fleet and growing number of leisure craft. The beach, a mile along the beach road and accessible via the sea wall walk, car or the small railway, boasts beautiful sands, dunes and colourful beach huts fringing the pinewoods.





ENTRANCE HALL
Period entrance doorway to the front of the property with fluted pilasters and a timber door with glazed vertical panels leading into the entrance hall. Leaded glass window and a partly glazed pine door to the sitting room. Partly glazed pine door with steps leading down to:

KITCHEN/DINER
3.30m x 4.79m (10\' 10\" x 15\' 9\") Range of white base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a round sink with a stainless steel drainer. Cooker space, space for a fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Curtained storage recess, staircase leading up to first floor landing, radiator, phone socket. Window overlooking and a glazed door leading out to the rear garden.

SITTING ROOM
3.68m x 4.10m (12\' 1\" x 13\' 5\") Impressive room with a high ceiling, fireplace with exposed timber beam and brick hearth (currently boarded up), radiator, fitted TV shelf and TV point. Sash window to the front.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Pine 4 panel door to bedroom 2 and steps leading up to a pine 4 panel door leading into:

BEDROOM 1
3.68m x 4.66m (12\' 1\" x 15\' 3\") at widest points. L-shaped room with fitted double wardrobe cupboard with pine doors and additional storage above, radiator, loft hatch, sash window to the front and pine 4 panel door with obscured glass windows leading into:

EN SUITE BATHROOM
2.00m x 1.69m (6\' 7\" x 5\' 7\") Coloured suite comprising a bath with electric Triton shower and curtain over, pedestal wash basin and WC. Radiator, extractor and high level borrowed light to bedroom 1.

BEDROOM 2
3.38m x 2.91m (11\' 1\" x 9\' 7\") Built in wardrobe cupboard with sliding doors housing the Vaillant gas boiler and hot water cylinder, radiator, sash window overlooking the rear garden and door leading into:

EN SUITE BATHROOM
1.78m x 1.71m (5\' 10\" x 5\' 7\") Enamel bath, small wall mounted wash basin, WC, radiator and obscured glass window to the rear.

OUTSIDE
To the rear of number 24, there is a pretty west facing garden comprising a paved seating area immediately behind the property and opening out from the kitchen/diner with outside light. The garden is screened by a tall brick and flint wall to the north and an ivy covered fence to the south with mature shrubs and flower beds. A paved pathway leads to the rear where there is a brick and flint built outbuilding. As is common with many of the properties on High Street and Church Plain, number 24 enjoys a right of way over the rear of the neighbouring property for taking out refuse bins etc.

Unrestricted on street parking available outside the property on Church Plain.

OUTBUILDING
2.52m x 3.91m (8\' 3\" x 12\' 10\") at widest points. Useful brick and flint built outbuilding with a tiled roof, considered suitable for conversion to a variety of different uses (subject to any necessary permissions). Ledged door and window to the front, window to the side, power and light, water tap and 4 panel door leading into:

WC
0.71m x 1.41m (2\' 4\" x 4\' 8\") WC, tiled floor and obscured glass window to the side.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage. Gas-fired central heating.
EPC Rating n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed)

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band B.
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Disclaimer Property reference F469611E2EABD9_4422375. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

4-6 HIGH STREET

WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

NORFOLK

NR23 1EP

Telephone: See phone number 01328710666

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F469611E2EABD9_4422375. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

4-6 HIGH STREET

WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

NORFOLK

NR23 1EP

Telephone: See phone number 01328710666

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