Gas centrally heated and double glazed accommodation, requiring repair and refurbishment.
The property is located within a small, cul-de-sac estate of similar properties within easy walking distance of open farmland, about 2 miles from Fakenham Town Centre.
The property comprises:
Verandah Porch, Sitting room with fitted gas fire, Kitchen/ Breakfast room, Inner Hall, Bedroom, Bathroom and Storeroom.
The property stands in its own enclosed plot with a Garden Store to the rear
Use of communal wash house and car park
Steps up to
Verandah/Porch: 11’5” x 4’5”, (3.4m x 1.3m). Double glazed door to;
Sitting room: 11’6” x 9’8”, (3.5m x 3.0m). Gas fire with back boiler providing central heating. 2 double glazed windows. TV point. Door to;
Kitchen/Breakfast room: 10’3” x 9’8”, (3.1m x 2.9m). Stainless steel sink unit with drawer and cupboards under. Fitted work top with tiled splashback, and drawers and cupboards under. Matching wall cupboards. Built-in shelved cupboard. Built-in airing cupboard with lagged copper hot water cylinder, fitted immersion heater and slatted shelving. Extractor fan. Cooker space with tiled surround and electric cooker point. Strip lighting. 2 double glazed windows with roller blinds.
Inner Hall: Built-in shelved cupboard.
Bedroom: 12’1” x 9’8”, (3.7m x 2.9m). 2 double glazed windows.
Bathroom: Panelled bath with “Redring” shower fitting over, and tiled surround. Pedestal hand basin with tiled splashback. Low level WC. Double glazed window.
Store: 13’9” x 7’0”, (4.2m x 2.1m). Door to outside.
Outside: To the front and side of the property is a gravelled and concreted area.
To the rear, is a further, well enclosed, concreted yard with timber and felt roofed Storage Shed, 11’6” x 5’0”, (3.5m x 1.5m), with electrical connection.
A pedestrian gate leads to the adjoining, communal Wash House, (the use of which a payment to nndc is required), and close by is a small, shared Car Park.
Services: Mains water, electricity and an Estate drainage system are connected to the property. A metered Estate gas supply is also connected.
District Authority: North Norfolk District Council, Cromer. Tel:
Tax Band: “A”.
Note: The Vendors of this property have a licence Agreement with North Norfolk District Council, and an Annual Pitch Fee of £1,125.58 is payable.
It should also be noted that this property is for permanent use only, and an additional 10% of the sale price is payable to North Norfolk District Council for transfer of the Licence.
Further details regarding The Mobile Homes Act, may be found here:
Directions: From Fakenham Town Centre, take Bridge Street, continue straight over the mini-roundabout and bridge, and follow the road through Hempton. At the junction with the A.1065 (Western by-pass), turn left, and at the sharp right hand bend, continue straight on, as signposted Pudding Norton. Take the first turning on the left, and follow the road around to the right. Turn left into Parklands, and turn left again. The property is on the right, as marked by a for sale board.
Location: Pudding Norton is a small hamlet on the Southern outskirts of Fakenham Market Town, about 12 miles from the picturesque Coast with its fine sandy beaches, pinewoods, marshes, and sailing harbours. Kings Lynn is 22 miles distant and the fine City of Norwich, 25 miles. Fakenham itself has a wide range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities, including a National Hunt racecourse, and was once voted by the readers of “Country Life” magazine as the seventh best Town in Britain in which to live.