Stratford Crescent is situated off Colney Lane in Cringleford, itself one of the prime residential areas on the south-western fringe of the city and within easy reach of local shopping and transport facilities in Eaton village with access to the city of Norwich with all its shopping, transport and cultural facilities and close to the Norwich southern bypass as well. The University of East Anglia, University Hospital, John Innes Institute and public and private schools are all within very good reach and this is an excellent opportunity to live in one of the more sought after residential areas on the outskirts of Norwich.
Directions: Proceed out of Norwich on Newmarket Road and filter left into Eaton Village. Go straight over at the traffic lights, over Cringleford Bridge and then turn right into Colney Lane. Go over the flyover and continue to the left turn into Stratford Crescent. The property will be seen on the left hand side.
Viewing: Our representative will be at the property on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10.30am and 11.15am, commencing on Thursday 18th May and ending on Thursday 15th June.
Solicitors: Leathes Prior (Attn Mr William Riley), 74 The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DR Tel 01603 610911
No. 1 Stratford Crescent comprises a delightful detached family home dating back to the 1930s with later additions and is constructed of brick with a pitched main roof, offering accommodation on two floors with four bedrooms.
The property occupies a good plot of land in a prime residential area and there is scope to extend at the side and rear, subject to the necessary planning consent being forthcoming.
Outside, the property is approached from the front and there is a drive at the front and side leading up to the two garages. The grounds are more than adequate for a property of this size and type, with delightful grounds at the rear and a great deal of privacy.
The property offers a great deal of potential and requires re-arrangement and improvement throughout, but opportunities like this are rare.
Stratford Crescent is an unadopted road and the cost of any maintenance required is split between all the owners along this road. Any further enquiries in relation to this should be directed to the solicitors.