Price £290,000 Available
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Conservatory
  • UPVC Double Glazing
  • Originally Built Circa 1852
  • Feature Open Fireplace
  • Parking & Garage
  • Easy Access to A47


Originally built circa 1852 and since extended, Longsons are delighted to bring to the market this three bedroom semi-detached character cottage. The property is situated in the Norfolk village of East Winch and offers a garage, gardens, parking, conservatory, open fireplace and UPVC double glazing.

Viewing highly recommended!

Briefly, the property offers entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, conservatory, cloakroom with WC, three bedrooms, bathroom, garage, parking, gardens, oil central heating and UPVC double glazing.

East Winch is a small village situated approximately six miles from King's Lynn town, a short drive from Sandringham Estate and slightly further still- the glorious North West Norfolk coast. East Winch hosts the Carpenters Arms Restaurant and Public House and a shop with post office. RSPCA sanctuary is also located in the village. Kings Lynn offers a main line rail service to London Kings Cross along with many other amenities including a good selection of shops and supermarkets, cinema, sports centre, schools and hospital.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Entrance Hall
UPVC double glazed entrance door to side, stairs to first floor, built in storage cupboard, pamment tiles to floor.

Lounge/Dining Room - 22'0" (6.71m) x 13'1" (3.99m)
Open fireplace with wooden mantle over and pamment tiles to hearth, UPVC entrance door to front, two UPVC double glazed windows to front, two radiators.

Kitchen - 14'8" (4.47m) Max x 9'0" (2.74m) Max
Fitted kitchen units to wall and floor, quartz worksurface over, ceramic butler style sink with mixer tap, large range style electric oven and calor gas hob with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled splashback, UPVC double glazed window to side, pamment tiles to floor, French doors opening to conservatory.

Conservatory - 13'9" (4.19m) Max x 11'2" (3.4m)
UPVC double glazed conservatory with pitched roof, tiles to floor, French doors opening to rear garden, electric, power, radiator.

Wash basin, WC, tiled splashback, obscure glass UPVC double glazed window to side, pamment tiles to floor.

Stairs & Landing
Built in cupboard housing hot water cylinder, UPVC double glazed window to side, loft access.

Bedroom One - 13'0" (3.96m) Max x 12'5" (3.78m)
Two UPVC double glazed windows to front, wooden boards to floor, radiator.

Bedroom Two - 9'0" (2.74m) x 9'0" (2.74m)
UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom Three - 9'9" (2.97m) x 9'4" (2.84m)
Built in storage cupboard/wardrobe, UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator.

Bathroom suite comprising bath with shower over and shower screen, wash basin, WC, towel radiator, obscure glass UPVC double glazed window to side, tiled splashback, tiles to floor.

Garage - 19'5" (5.92m) x 9'8" (2.95m)
Main up and over door to front, access door to side opening to rear garden, window to side, electric light and power.

Outside Front
Small, low maintenance front garden laid to decorative stone, selection of shrubs and plants, pickett fence to perimeter, double gates providing access to side and secure parking, access to garage door, outside light, gated access to rear garden.

Rear Garden
Enclosed rear garden laid to lawn, paved patio seating areas, personnel door providing access to garage, selection of shrubs and plants to beds and borders, wooden fence and hedge to perimeter, outside tap, security light, gated access to front.

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