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70 Coastguard Cottages, Beach Road, Sea Palling, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 0UH

Sold for £142,000

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Location:

The property lies approximately 100 yards from the sea defences at Sea Palling and is close to a wide range of holiday amenities. Sea Palling is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and has a wonderful sandy beach on account of the nine offshore reefs built as part of the flood prevention scheme. Sea Palling is a coastal holiday village which lies approximately 12 miles from the market town of North Walsham which has many shopping facilities.

Directions:

Head away from Stalham town centre along Town Road in the direction of Sea Palling. Once in the village of Sea Palling, turn left into Beach Road and proceed almost to the bottom, where the property will be found adjacent to the opening to Clink Road. AGENT'S NOTE: The buyer will be required to sign in the auction room a Declaration of Interest Form in respect of any connection they may have with the Victory Housing Trust.

Energy Rating:

E

Viewing:

Our representative will be at the property on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11.15am and 12.00 noon, commencing on Thursday 1st September and ending on Thursday 29th September.

General

Vacant two bedroom ground floor flat plus the freehold which forms part of a larger detached dwelling which was converted into two units some years ago. This particular property owns the ground floor portion and features oil fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing. The property requires some minor updating but would be ideal as a home, an investment opportunity or indeed a holiday let. The upstairs has been sold off on a long lease which is the remainder of a 125 year lease which commenced in November 2003. A ground rent is payable by the owners of this flat which amounts to £10 per annum. The front garden provides off road parking for both flats and the rear garden is laid to grass with brick built store shed and plastic oil tank. NOTE: The upstairs flat has a right of way over a small portion of the rear garden to gain access to their brick built store shed.