A THREE BEDROOM terraced property, with KITCHEN/DINING ROOM, SITTING ROOM, ENCLOSED GARDENS, ALL WALKING DISTANCE to the popular TOWN of BECCLES. Available soon. 695 pcm. Deposit 795. Agency Fee's Applicable.
this price applies to any reservation 28 nights or longer
Three bedrooms Enclosed Garden Walking distance to town centre Gas central heating
Beccles - 0.5 Mile
Norwich - 18.1 Miles
Bungay - 6.5 Miles
Diss - 23.9 miles
A THREE BED EDWARDIAN TERRACED HOUSE with a SPACIOUS SITTINGROOM and KITCHEN/DININGROOM. Situated CLOSE to the town centre of BECCLES, with ENCLOSED FRONT & REAR GARDENS.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
This Edwardian terraced house is situated within walking distance to the centre of Beccles. The sitting room is very spacious with two windows o the front aspect and an open fireplace, decorative only. A door leads through to the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has an abundance of wall and floor units, a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and an electric oven with gas hob. There is plenty of space for a table and chairs. A rear hallway has two large cupboards, one housing the boiler, the other ideal for storage. The bathroom consists of a bath with a shower over, WC and hand basin. There is access from the hallway outside to the rear garden. Upstairs you will find three double bedrooms, two with windows to the front and the master bedroom with a window to the rear and a walk in dressing room with hanging railing and shelving. The property is available now.
There is a small front garden with a path leading to the front door. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a patio area ideal for "Al Fresco" dining, with some shrubs, there is a further garden area with storage for the bins.
The property is located within walking distance to the centre of Beccles, which is a busy market town with many shops, restaurants, schools, pubs and supermarkets. A market selling fresh produce is held every Friday in the town, there is a local bus station which runs a regular service to Lowestoft, Norwich and many of the smaller villages around. The town is located on the Waveney River which is a gateway to the Broads network. The train station runs a link to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich, and the unspoilt Suffolk coastline with the beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are within easy driving distance.