Vendor Solicitor in 2nd Column (First Page)
Historical Note: The house has not come to the market for many years, the Warminger family having moved to no. 9 in 1950 close to their recycling business that many will remember in Ber Street. Alfred Warminger was Sheriff of Norwich in 1960 and a Magistrate for many years and the property comes to the market nearly 70 years after it was originally purchased by the family.
It has been brought to our attention that some structural reinforcement to the front of the house was carried out in 1999 along with relevant drainage repairs.
Location: Bracondale is situated on the southern perimeter of the city of Norwich and within walking distance of the centre, with local shopping and transport facilities within easy reach. There is easy access to the Norwich southern bypass and Trowse village as well as the Whitlingham Country Park. This is an excellent opportunity to live in one of the premier residential areas of Norwich with a great deal of history.
Directions: Proceed along the inner ring road from the St Stephens Road roundabout towards Bracondale. The property will be seen on the left hand side just before the turning into Southgate Lane.
Energy Rating: E
Viewing: Our representative will be at the property on Wednesdays and Fridays between 11.00am and 12.00 noon, commencing on Friday 25th August and ending on Friday 22nd September.
Solicitor: Birketts (Attn Jane Mickleburgh), Kingfisher House, 1 Gilders Way, Norwich, NR3 1UB. Tel 01603 756517
An excellent opportunity for the owner occupier or investor to own an outstanding period property dating back to the mid-19th Century. Located within the Norwich City Centre Conservation Area, being included in the Local List as a local identified heritage asset and sitting on the line of the Medieval city wall. The property itself is constructed of two storey solid brick walls above a basement, with slate covered double pitched roof being attached to no. 7 Bracondale and including a further small two storey extension to the rear dating back to the 1970's.
The accommodation is well arranged on two floors and the whole will be suitable as a family home or for division into flats, if required.
Outside, the grounds are more than adequate for a property of this size and type with a great deal of privacy. The house is approached via a drive leading up to the side of the house with hard standing for a number of vehicles and the garage. The gardens that go with the house are mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and a number of specimen trees.
Planning Matters: Planning permission was granted on 5th September 2017 by Norwich City Council under reference no. 17/00435/F for the conversion of the existing dwelling to 4 apartments.