This three bedroom family house is deceptively spacious. Set back from the road with plenty of off-road parking you enter a welcoming hallway with adjoining WC. The lounge is a lovely size and benefits from a feature fire surround and double aspect views with twin doors opening on to the rear decking. The kitchen is a triumph in ergonomics, with clean lines and a pantry cupboard. The first floor has a recently re-fitted white bath suite along with three generous bedrooms. To the rear is a decked terrace leading to a long lawn perfect for children and pets to play. A great house for a modern family.
Beccles, deriving its name from the old English for "Meadow by a stream" is a delightful Georgian market town situated on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. With an attractive town centre centred on the market place and church it offers a wide selection of independent shops, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants. The town is served by three supermarkets and also has a theatre, swimming pool and a pretty quay with some picturesque walks. Set conveniently between Norwich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth it is a great position in the County to explore with the stunning "Heritage Coast" which offers some lovely destinations for day trips with Covehithe beach, Southwold and Walberswich all within a thirty minute drive. Beccles offers a train line to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich and the A12, A47 and A11 are all close by for car journeys out of the County.
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