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2 Bedrooms Terraced House for sale in 7 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe

2 Bedrooms Terraced House - £179,995

7 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe

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First listed on: 29th September 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

A characterful 2 bedroom mid terrace period cottage with a delightful cottage style rear garden with summer house.

DESCRIPTION
7 Moor Lane is a charming mid terrace period cottage with characterful accommodation briefly comprising sitting room, kitchen/diner, utility, ground floor bathroom with 2 bedrooms upstairs. Many period features remain including a Norfolk winder staircase, exposed ceiling beams, brick open fireplace to the sitting room and ledge and brace doors. There is also the benefit of more modern conveniences such as majority UPVC windows and doors and electric radiator heating.

Outside, there is a delightful cottage style garden to the rear with on street parking available outside the cottage on Moor Lane making this an ideal small permanent residence, 2nd home or holiday lettings business.

SITUATION
Sculthorpe is a rural scattering of houses, cottages and modern properties virtually on the outskirts of Fakenham and surrounded by attractive countryside. In close proximity is Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve, with walkways open to the public. The village has 2 pub/restaurants, The Hourglass and Sculthorpe Mill, Church, Methodist Chapel and village hall.

The nearby town of Fakenham has a weekly market on Thursday selling everything from antiques to fruit and vegetables, a sports centre, schools and supermarkets. The North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is some 10 miles to the north.





SITTING ROOM
3.53m x 4.33m (11\' 7\" x 14\' 2\")
A partly glazed UPVC entrance door leads from the front of the cottage into the sitting room with a brick open fireplace currently housing an electric coal effect stove on a pamment tiled hearth with timber mantle, shelving and cupboard to the sides. Ledge and brace door opening onto a Norfolk winder staircase to the first floor landing, pamment tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, UPVC window to the front and opening leading to:

KITCHEN/DINER
2.37m x 4.47m (7\' 9\" x 14\' 8\")
A range of cream base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Cooker space with stainless steel extractor hood over, ceramic tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, electric radiator and room for a dining table and chairs. Timber framed window to the bathroom (currently boarded over) and a partly glazed door leading into:

UTILITY
Spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge freezer space, high level shelf, coat hooks, ceramic tiled floor. Partly glazed stable timber door leading out to the rear garden and door leading into:

GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM
Suite comprising a panelled bath with shower mixer tap and glass shower screen over, wall mounted wash basin and WC. Wall tiles, electric convector heater, ceramic tiled floor and a timber framed window to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Exposed floorboards.

BEDROOM 1
3.59m x 4.07m (11\' 9\" x 13\' 4\")
Exposed floorboards and ceiling beams, electric radiator, built-in cupboard and 2 UPVC windows to the front.

BEDROOM 2
2.48m x 3.81m (8\' 2\" x 12\' 6\")
Exposed floorboards and ceiling beams, double storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, electric radiator and skylight overlooking the rear garden.

OUTSIDE
7 Moor Lane is set back a little way from the road behind a small border with perimeter box hedging with a step leading up to the front entrance door with roses to the sides.

The delightful private rear garden is divided into 2 sections with concrete hardstanding immediately behind the property with space for the storage of refuse bins etc with fenced and walled boundaries, coal bunker and outside tap. As is common with properties in the terrace, gates to the sides provide pedestrian rights of way for taking out refuse bins etc. An archway leads to the main garden which is lawned with perimeter borders, fenced boundaries with an attractive summer house and seating area with views over the garden and a timber garden shed to the rear.

Unrestricted on-street parking is available outside the cottage on Moor Lane.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Electric radiator heating.

EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.

Council Tax Band A.
A characterful 2 bedroom mid terrace period cottage with a delightful cottage style rear garden with summer house.

DESCRIPTION
7 Moor Lane is a charming mid terrace period cottage with characterful accommodation briefly comprising sitting room, kitchen/diner, utility, ground floor bathroom with 2 bedrooms upstairs. Many period features remain including a Norfolk winder staircase, exposed ceiling beams, brick open fireplace to the sitting room and ledge and brace doors. There is also the benefit of more modern conveniences such as majority UPVC windows and doors and electric radiator heating.

Outside, there is a delightful cottage style garden to the rear with on street parking available outside the cottage on Moor Lane making this an ideal small permanent residence, 2nd home or holiday lettings business.

SITUATION
Sculthorpe is a rural scattering of houses, cottages and modern properties virtually on the outskirts of Fakenham and surrounded by attractive countryside. In close proximity is Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve, with walkways open to the public. The village has 2 pub/restaurants, The Hourglass and Sculthorpe Mill, Church, Methodist Chapel and village hall.

The nearby town of Fakenham has a weekly market on Thursday selling everything from antiques to fruit and vegetables, a sports centre, schools and supermarkets. The North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is some 10 miles to the north.





SITTING ROOM
3.53m x 4.33m (11\' 7\" x 14\' 2\")
A partly glazed UPVC entrance door leads from the front of the cottage into the sitting room with a brick open fireplace currently housing an electric coal effect stove on a pamment tiled hearth with timber mantle, shelving and cupboard to the sides. Ledge and brace door opening onto a Norfolk winder staircase to the first floor landing, pamment tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, UPVC window to the front and opening leading to:

KITCHEN/DINER
2.37m x 4.47m (7\' 9\" x 14\' 8\")
A range of cream base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Cooker space with stainless steel extractor hood over, ceramic tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, electric radiator and room for a dining table and chairs. Timber framed window to the bathroom (currently boarded over) and a partly glazed door leading into:

UTILITY
Spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge freezer space, high level shelf, coat hooks, ceramic tiled floor. Partly glazed stable timber door leading out to the rear garden and door leading into:

GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM
Suite comprising a panelled bath with shower mixer tap and glass shower screen over, wall mounted wash basin and WC. Wall tiles, electric convector heater, ceramic tiled floor and a timber framed window to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Exposed floorboards.

BEDROOM 1
3.59m x 4.07m (11\' 9\" x 13\' 4\")
Exposed floorboards and ceiling beams, electric radiator, built-in cupboard and 2 UPVC windows to the front.

BEDROOM 2
2.48m x 3.81m (8\' 2\" x 12\' 6\")
Exposed floorboards and ceiling beams, double storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, electric radiator and skylight overlooking the rear garden.

OUTSIDE
7 Moor Lane is set back a little way from the road behind a small border with perimeter box hedging with a step leading up to the front entrance door with roses to the sides.

The delightful private rear garden is divided into 2 sections with concrete hardstanding immediately behind the property with space for the storage of refuse bins etc with fenced and walled boundaries, coal bunker and outside tap. As is common with properties in the terrace, gates to the sides provide pedestrian rights of way for taking out refuse bins etc. An archway leads to the main garden which is lawned with perimeter borders, fenced boundaries with an attractive summer house and seating area with views over the garden and a timber garden shed to the rear.

Unrestricted on-street parking is available outside the cottage on Moor Lane.




SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Electric radiator heating.

EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.

Council Tax Band A.
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Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_4504422. 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, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_4504422. 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, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

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