Price £159,995 Sold
  • Well Presented
  • Garage
  • Utility Room
  • Semi-detached
  • Conservatory
  • Gardens

Situated in the popular market town of Watton, Longsons are delighted to bring to the market this well presented two bedroom semi-detached house. The property boasts a conservatory, utility room, delightful garden with shed/small workshop, garage and parking.

Viewing is highly recommended.

Briefly, the property comprises entrance porch, living room, kitchen, conservatory, utility room, two bedrooms, shower room, garage, delightful garden with shed/small workshop boasting electric light and power, parking to the front, gas central heating and UPVC double glazing.

WATTON
Swaffham 10 miles; Thetford 15 miles; Norwich 23 miles.
The well-served market town of Watton is in the district of Breckland, just less than 25 miles from Norwich. Perfectly positioned for access to the whole of Norfolk and North Suffolk, this town is thought to be where the `Babes in the Wood` were abandoned in Wayland Wood. You will see on the town sign that there are two babes, and a hare jumping over the barrel reflecting the town name; wat being the local dialect word for hare, and ton for barrel. There is a traditional market held every Wednesday morning with produce including freshly caught fish, and there are two supermarkets and a number of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs to enjoy. Within reach is the popular Thetford Forest Park, a number of golf courses, other market towns and not forgetting the cathedral city of Norwich.

Entrance Porch
UPVC double glazed entrance door to side, tiles to floor.

Living Room - 12'3" (3.73m) x 9'5" (2.87m)
UPVC double glazed windows to front and side, wood effect laminate to floor, radiator.

Kitchen - 12'3" (3.73m) x 8'1" (2.46m)
Fitted kitchen units to wall and floor, work surface over, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, integral electric oven with gas hob and extractor hood over, built-in storage cupboard, space for slimline dishwasher, space for under counter fridge, tiled splashback, tiles to floor, stairs to first floor, UPVC double glazed window to rear, UPVC double glazed stable style door opening to conservatory, radiator.

Conservatory - 12'7" (3.84m) x 6'8" (2.03m)
Double glazed conservatory, French doors opening to rear garden, tiles to floor, wall lights.

Utility Room - 8'3" (2.51m) x 6'3" (1.91m)
(Rear of garage converted to utility area) worksurface with drawer units under, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted gas central heating boiler, window to rear.

Stairs & Landing
Built-in storage cupboard, loft access.

Bedroom One - 12'3" (3.73m) x 8'3" (2.51m)
Built-in wardrobe, UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom Two - 10'3" (3.12m) To Wardrobe x 8'4" (2.54m)
UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted wardrobes, radiator.

Shower Room
Shower cubicle with electric shower over, wash basin, WC, fully tiled walls, extractor fan, obscure glass UPVC double glazed window to side, heated towel rail.

Garage - 12'6" (3.81m) x 8'3" (2.51m)
Up and over main door to front, electric light and power.

Outside - Front
Laid to low maintenance shingle with off road parking for three to four vehicles, access rto garage door.

Rear Garden
Well maintained, enclosed rear garden laid to lawn, paved patio seating area, paved paths to sides and rear, wooden garden shed, shrubs to beds and borders, wooden garden fence to perimeter.

Notice
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.

Floor Plan
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