During winter time you can snuggle up around the multi-fuel burning stove and in the summer enjoy al-fresco dining in the courtyard garden, with this charming, late Georgian, brick and flint cottage close to the town centre, which is being offered for sale with no onward chain!
SITUATIONLOCATION Chilterns are pleased to bring to the market this two bedroom brick and flint period Georgian cottage located within Thetford town centre with all local amenities on its doorstep. This property would make an ideal investment or first time purchase and is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
Thetford is situated in the south of Norfolk, in close proximity to the county border with Suffolk. By road it is 33.8 miles (54.4 km) northeast of Cambridge and 30.7 miles (49.4 km) southwest of Norwich. It lies on the River Little Ouse. On the western side of Thetford is Thetford Forest, which is heavily forested with pine trees. Brettenham Heath National Nature Reserve is to the northeast, near the hamlet of Roudham. To the southeast of Thetford is Nunnery Lakes Nature Reserve, covering about 200 acres, with Breckland heath, woodland, fen and open water habitats and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of paths.
The town is well served and includes a mainline railway station with easy access to London, The Midlands and The North. There are the usual town centre amenities and there is a sports centre complex with swimming pool. Located within the Brecks and with easy access to the surrounding beautiful pine forests Thetford is well located for a range of outdoor activities.
LOUNGE Part glazed sealed unit double glazed entrance door to front, TV point, smooth skimmed ceiling, two wall light points, brushed chrome light fittings and plug sockets, feature fire place with tiled hearth and inset cast iron multi-fuel burning stove, sealed unit double glazed mock sash style window with incorporated window blinds/shutters. Stripped wood internal door to:
KITCHEN ('L' shaped room measured to either extreme, see floorplan). Fitted with a range of cottage style base and wall mounted kitchen units with rolled edge work surfaces and inset single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, plumbing for washing machine, electric cooker point with extractor hood over, under stairs recess providing useful storage and space for tall standing fridge freezer, double glazed window to rear, stairs to first floor, night storage heater. Door way to:
REARLOBBY Sealed unit double glazed entrance door to side. Further internal door to:
GROUNDFLOORBATHROOM ('L' shaped room measured to either extreme, see floorplan). Low level WC, corner wash basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with tiled bath surround and shower over, extractor fan, double glazed window to side, heated towel rail.
FIRSTFLOORLANDING Access to loft space, doors to both bedrooms, wall mounted electric heater.
BEDROOMONE Original style slim line cast iron fire place, solid stripped wooden floor, smooth skimmed ceiling, brushed chrome light fittings and plug sockets, double glazed mock sash window incorporating window blind/shutters, night storage heater.
BEDROOMTWO Over stairs airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, double glazed window to rear, night storage heater.
FRONTAGE To the front of the property is a shingled garden area with dwarf retaining brick wall, path to front entrance door and wheelie bin store.
REARGARDEN To the rear of the property is a bisected rear garden with paved patio area, brick built outhouse, outside tap and further shingled area which is fully enclosed by wooden fencing.
Ideal investment or first time purchase
Town, river walks and Barnham Common within easy reach
Close to town centre
Late Georgian home - believed to date from the 1830s