- Gorgeous semi detached cottage in marvellous peaceful location
- Lovely gardens
- Three bedrooms in total
- 0.40 acres in total
- Spacious garden & main bedroom
- Sitting room & kitchen/breakfast room
- Abuts fields to rear
- Utility room with wc
- first floor landing/study area
This gorgeous three bed semi detached cottage, is situated in a marvellous peaceful location, in a total plot of 0.40 acres, which abuts fields to rear. The lovely gardens are a particular feature.
The accommodation additionally consists of: a spacious garden room, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, utility room with wc, first floor landing with study area, bathroom, porches to front & rear, oil central heating & parking. Bedroom one is of a particularly generous size.
The gardens provide a variety of elements. There is the vibrant area at the rear of the property; with borders of shrubs & flowering plants, lawn & a pond. To the right is a more private area, with excellent views over the fields at the rear. On the other side, there is a pleasant lawn area with trees. A separate section of the property has additional garden, which is used as a fruit/vegetable plot. Part of the outbuilding is also available. There is also further potential parking within this area.
A further nice touch is the working pump & well at the front of the property.
Agents notes: A small section of what is available to buy is currently within a possessory legal title. Durrants understands that this will be incorporated into the main title within the conveyancing of the sale.
There is a flying freehold over a small part of the utility room from the adjoining cottage.
Directions:Heading out of Beccles via Northgate, at the bottom take the left hand turn over the bridge & continue through Gillingham. Turn left onto the A146 & turn right at the McDonalds' roundabout towards Great Yarmouth. In one mile take the right hand turn into Aldeby & continue into Burgh St Peter. At the crossroads take the left hand turn into Pit Road. Continue on this road and take the left hand turn into Church Lane, and then the right hand turn at Wheatacre Paddocks, which is Cinder Lane (an unadopted track), proceed to this where the property will be found at the end on the left hand side.
Services: electricity, water, private drainage, oil central heating: (Durrants have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).
Council: South Norfolk District Council
Viewing: strictly by appointment via Durrants' Beccles office: 01502 712122.
Wheatacre is a small village, situated close to the southern tip of the Broads National Park, just six miles from the delightful market town of Beccles, & within easy reach of the coast. In the village is the Wheatacre White Lion, a popular country pub/restaurant. There is also a well stocked farm shop at Wheatacre Hall. Both of these are within 10-15 minutes walk from the cottage. The Waveney River Centre is two miles from the property, & has many leisure facilities that include boat hire, a pub/restaurant, a shop & an indoor swimming pool.