No. 9 Vicar Street is an attractive Grade II Listed end terraced house, reputed to date originally from around 1740 with later additions. It is situated in the Wymondham Conservation Area and has brick and part rendered external elevations under a pitched roof covered mainly in tiles.
This period residence has deceptively spacious accommodation which includes entrance hall, useful cellar, three reception rooms, kitchen, rear hall with WC off, conservatory, landing with three bedrooms and bathroom at first floor level, staircase leading to further landing, two attic bedrooms and further bathroom.
The house has part gas fired central heating via radiators but would now benefit from a comprehensive scheme of repair and improvement, including a couple of items referred to by a neighbour, namely, the overflowing water butt and attention to a small area of brickwork to the north-eastern wall to the property . There are a number of exposed beams and timbers together with shutters to the front reception rooms.
There is a pleasant enclosed rear garden which is somewhat neglected with a garage which again, requires some repair. This garage is accessed to the rear through the Abbey Hall car park (off Church Street).
The property is located in this prime residential area of Wymondham close to the junction of Vicar Street and Church Street and surrounded by other period properties. It is within walking distance of Wymondham Abbey and also in close proximity of the market place. Wymondham offers a considerable number of varied shops, cafes and local businesses. There are banks and a doctors' surgery. Larger stores and supermarkets include Co-op, Waitrose and Morrisons. It is interesting to note
there is a monthly farmers' market and easy access to the train station which lies on the Norwich to Cambridge main line. There are a number of good schools for all ages in the area, including Wymondham College. The A11 is just minutes away by car and the University City of Norwich is approximately 10 miles north of Wymondham town centre.
From Norwich proceed towards the A11 London Road via Newmarket Road. On approaching Wymondham, turn left off the A11 and then turn right under the A11 to the next traffic island. Take the 2nd exit onto Harts Farm Road (old A11) and proceed towards London Road. At the next main junction turn right at the traffic lights into Avenue Road (signposted Town Centre) and then immediately left into Fairland Street towards the town centre. Continue into Market Street which leads into Middleton Street. On reaching Town Green, turn sharp left at the War Memorial into Vicar Street and the property will be found on the left hand side at the junction of Church Street.
We understand that all mains services are connected.
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light support drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasi-easements and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars.
We understand the property is freehold.
A section of brickwork to the rear garden wall (above the garden entrance gate) has been taken down due to health and safety risk. Under the Listed Building status of the property, this brickwork will require to be reinstated like for like, as per the associated photos available from the agents.
There are various hazards at the property of which applicants should be aware. Please consult our viewing representative on arrival at the house for details.
Our representative will be at the property on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 1.30pm and 2.15pm, commencing on Thursday 15th February and ending on Thursday 15th March.