Situation Located to the east of the village the property is found in a most pleasant position set well back off the road in a "mews like" situation and having a good deal of privacy towards the end of the close and further being within a stone's throw of the rural countryside. The traditional village of Dickleburgh lies only 5 miles or so to the north of Diss and within the south Norfolk countryside. Over the years the village has proved to have been a popular and sought after location within the beautiful rural countryside close to the Waveney Valley. The village still retains a good range of local amenities and facilities by way of having a village shop/post office, public house, fine church, garage, well regarded schooling and even a fish and chip shop. A further more extensive and diverse range of day to day amenities and facilities can be found within the historic market town of Diss where there is the further benefit of a mainline railway station with regular/direct services to London, Liverpool Street and Norwich.
***guide price £170,000-£180,000***
description The property comprises a two bedroom semi-detached bungalow having thought to have been built some 40 or so years ago and of traditional brick and block cavity wall construction under a pitched interlocking tiled roof and with replacement sealed unit upvc double glazed windows and doors. There further has been the benefit of the recent installation of a new heating system being modern and energy efficient electric radiators throughout (bluetooth controlled). Internally the property is presented in a most excellent decorative order having been re-decorated throughout and with the luxury of a brand new kitchen, modern bathroom and new flooring throughout.
Externally The property is set back from the road approached via a pedestrian pathway. To the front the gardens are of a good size being predominately laid to lawn flanked by established borders. Side access gives access to the rear gardens which are of a generous size enjoying a south westerly aspect taking in all of the afternoon sun. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed by panel fencing with the benefit of a raised decking area abutting the rear of the property creating an excellent space for alfresco dining.
The rooms are as follows
entrancehall: (3.17m x 0.98m) (10'4" x 3'2" further stretching to (2.28m x 0.81m) (7' 5" x 2' 7") Accessed via a upvc double glazed frosted door to side. Access to the bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and reception room. Built-in storage cupboards to side one housing the hot water cylinder.
Kitchen: (2.14m x 2.99m) (7' x 9'9") Window to the front aspect having just recently been re-fitted with a good range of wall and floor unit cupboard space. Wood effect work surfaces over and space for integrated appliances, inset four ring electric hob with oven below and extractor above. Usb points.
Receptionroom: (5.18m x 3.61m) (17' x 11'10") Found to the front of the property and flooded by plenty of natural light via a large picture window.
Bedroomone: (3.02m x 3.64m) (9'10" x 11' 11") Found to the rear aspect of the property having views and direct access onto the rear gardens via upvc double glazed French doors. A good double bedroom. Usb points.
Bedroomtwo: (2.91m maximum measurements x 3.03m) (9'6" maximum measurements x 9'11") With window to the rear aspect. Lending itself for a number of different uses if not required as a bedroom has the potential as a formal dining room.
Bathroom: (2.14m x 1.51m) (7' x 4'11") With frosted window to side, a modern suite with corner tiled shower cubicle and Triton electric shower over, low level wc and wash hand basin.
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