No. 76 Bracondale comprises a delightful semi-detached family home lying within the Bracondale Conservation Area. No. 76 is itself a locally listed building.
The house is constructed of brick with pitched main roof and offers accommodation on three floors with two reception rooms, kitchen, ancillary rooms and cloakroom on the ground floor; sitting room, 2 bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor and 2 bedrooms plus attic room on the second floor. There is also a useful cellar.
Outside the grounds are a major feature of the property which is approached from the road via a gate to an access leading past the side of the property to the rear garden which opens up to the rear of the houses in Bracondale, being mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and partially enclosed by walling. Included with the property is a small garage together with single storey store/workshop which could be suitable for conversion to an annexe, games room or home office, subject to the necessary planning consent being forthcoming.
The whole will be of great interest to a wide variety of buyers looking to live in this prestigious area of Norwich on the south-eastern fringe of the city. Any buyer will want to carry out a sympathetic programme of restoration following purchase.
Bracondale is located within walking distance of the centre of Norwich, with local shopping and transport facilities,
including Norwich railway station close by and easy access to the village of Trowse with access to Whitlingham Broad and Whitlingham Park. The outer ring road is within easy reach and the Norwich southern bypass is easily accessible.
From the centre of Norwich proceed along Ber Street which merges with Bracondale. Continue down the hill to the traffic lights adjoining King Street. Go over the traffic lights and the property will be seen on the right hand side of the road before the main roundabout, close to County Hall.
Strictly by appointment with the auctioneers.