A detached house dating back to 1875 or thereabouts and formerly the village shop, occupied as a residence for many years having not come to the market for some 70 years. The property is of red brick construction with a hipped pitched tiled roof with single storey and side additions, being rendered at the rear.
The accommodation is well arranged on two floors and includes entrance hall, bathroom, utility room, dining room, kitchen and sitting room on the ground floor, together with landing and 3/4 bedrooms on the first floor.
Outside, the grounds are more than adequate for a property of this size and type with a small front garden area and drive leading down past the side of the house to a dilapidated garage. The rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with flower borders.
The whole will be of great interest to those buyers looking to acquire a house in need of improvement and renovation. The property would certainly benefit from a scheme of improvement and the guide price reflects the work that needs to be carried out.
Bunwell is situated in south-west Norfolk, within easy reach of Wymondham (6 miles) and the city of Norwich (14 miles) and within striking distance of Diss with its mainline rail link to London. Close to communication routes with easy access to the A11 trunk road. There are local shopping and transport facilities in the village and otherwise Wymondham is close by. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a detached property in need of renovation and improvement.
Proceed out of Norwich on the A140 Ipswich Road and turn right towards Swardeston and Mulbarton. Continue for about 10 miles, turning right into Bunwell Street and proceed into the village. The property will be seen on the left hand side of the road.
Our representative will be at the property on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10.00am and 10.30am, commencing on Thursday 7th November and ending on Thursday 5th December.