The property is situated in East Norfolk, on the outskirts of South Walsham with its local store, school and public house. South Walsham is strategically situated between Norwich and Great Yarmouth and within easy reach of Acle with all its shopping and transport facilities. Communications are good
and the house is within close proximity to the A47 trunk road, linking the property with the rest of the country via the Norwich southern bypass. The property is also within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads network.
Directions: Proceed out of Norwich on the Yarmouth Road and continue onto the A47 towards Great Yarmouth, bypassing Blofield. Turn left off the dual carriageway signposted for South Walsham and after about 1½ miles the property will be seen on the right hand side, before the village and the sharp left hand bend.
Viewing: Our representative will be at the property on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9.30am and 10.15am, commencing on Thursday 23rd February and ending on Thursday 23rd March.
A detached property of brick construction with a pitched tiled roof occupying a good plot of land on the edge of South Walsham. The grounds extend to approximately 1½ acres (subject to survey) and include a general purpose building suitable for a number of purposes.
The accommodation includes entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, rear lobby and bathroom on the ground floor, together with three bedrooms and shower room on the first floor.
The property is approached from the road via a shared drive in the ownership of Norfolk County Council. This leads to the general purpose building and to the rear of the subject property. This access is also shared by a neighbouring converted barn.
The whole will be of great interest to those buyers looking to live in a rural position and there is a great opportunity to occupy the property as it stands, or to extend, subject to the necessary planning consent being forthcoming. The property has scope for improvement as some updating is now required.
Overage: Buyers' attention is drawn to overage provisions imposed in 2002 in respect of the agricultural building and the immediate land surrounding, details of which are included in the legal pack.