Nos. 2 & 3 Lynn Road are a pair of cottages, one an end and the other mid terraced which have been at some time interconnected. The doors between them both have been blocked off with plasterboard partitions and could very easily be removed to make one larger property. No. 2 Lynn Road has a sitting room, dining area, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. No. 3 has a sitting room, dining area, kitchen, conservatory, landing, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Both benefit from sealed unit double glazing and both have Calor gas central heating systems. Further improvement and some minor updating is now required, although both could be let almost immediately to provide an income.
Outside, the driveway is laid mainly to gravel and provides off road parking for several vehicles with an enclosed (currently overgrown) storage space. The detached cart shed, which includes an outside WC, could be converted or even replaced with a new building, subject to planning and conditions. A pre-application advice letter from King's Lynn & West Norfolk Council dated April 2016 says that this may indeed be the case. The formal rear garden which extends behind both cottages is laid mainly to grass with plants, shrubs, evergreens and fruit trees. Calor gas tank which serves both properties but each are metered separately. There is a dry well with a coal bunker and a timber storage shed.
A pathway behind the neighbouring garden leads to another patch of ground laid mainly to grass with fruit trees and store shed which measures approximately 69ft x 87ft.
East Winch is a small village located on the A47 and lies approximately 6 miles from the well served centre of King's Lynn.
Head away from King's Lynn on the A47 in the direction of Norwich. Proceed into East Winch and the property will be found opposite the opening to Gayton Road.