Situated a stone's throw from the town centre is this charming detached Victorian house offering four reception rooms, three bathrooms, off road parking and west facing rear gardens.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Sitting Room Living Room/Dining Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room Home Office
Conservatory & Store Room
Ground Floor Bathroom
Three Double Bedrooms Single Bedroom
Dressing Room & En-suite
1st Floor Family Bathroom
Off Road Parking Single Garage
West Facing Rear Gardens
1 Heywood Road dates back to the Victorian Era and has been extended over the years to offer an extensive amount of accommodation in this excellent town location.
On entering via the front doorway a small porch provides access into the sitting room. The largest of the reception rooms, this room could be used for either a sitting room or dining room. Adjacent is a more cosy reception room which is dual aspect and also has feature art-deco open fireplace. A doorway opens from the hall into the breakfast room, which is open plan to the kitchen. This room has a fireplace with a cast iron wood-burning stove and ample room for a dining table & chairs. The kitchen has been refitted in recent years with farmhouse style cabinets to three walls. The kitchen has solid worktops over the cabinets, space for a 'Rangemaster' style cooker, a stainless steel sink and also space for other appliances. Also there is a built in fridge/freezer. A doorway opens back into the hallway. Also on the ground floor is a home office, store, family bathroom and a large UPVC conservatory with brick base to the rear.
Stairs rise to the first floor to the long landing space where a storage and airing cupboard open off. There are three double bedrooms and a good size single bedroom to the rear of the house. The master bedroom benefits from a dressing room and an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation.
On approach a pathway leads down the side of the house to the rear west facing gardens. The gardens are certainly a feature of the property, offering an excellent sized fully enclosed garden - which is rare for a town centre property. The garden is enclosed by a very attractive part brick and part flint wall with mature planting and hedges to the rear boundary. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of flower beds surrounding the lawns. The garage and off road parking are not directly attached to the plot, but to the other side of the neighbouring property.
The house is situated a stones throw from the town centre, at the top of Mount Street and at the bottom of Heywood Road. Due to the properties location, it is nicely situated for access to the town centre, schooling and the neighbouring road networks of the A140, A143 and A1066. As the property is situated just outside the town centre, it retains a good amount of privacy, yet offers excellent convenience for all the facilities within the town. The town centre has a good range of shops, facilities and amenities. The town also has a mainline train station with regular services to London Liverpool Street taking approximately 90 minutes.
From our office in Mere Street, head out of the town centre via Mount Street. At the top of Mount Street, the road continues onto Heywood Road, where the property will be found on the left hand side.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Gas fired central heating. All mains connected.
South Norfolk District Council
Council Tax Band: C
Postal Code: IP22 4DJ
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.