- Agricultural occupancy restriction
- In need of modernisation throughout
- Three double bedrooms, two with built in cupboards for storage
- Bathroom with shower and basin and separate toilet
- Spacious dual aspect sitting room/dining room
- Off road parking on the driveway to the front of the property
- Offered chain free
- Oil fired central heating and uPVC throughout
- Garden room which overlooks the rear aspect
This detached 1970's three bedroom bungalow is located in the popular village of Wenhaston, sat in a good sized plot.
Hybanks offers an exciting renovation opportunity, to completely modernise or to extend subject to gaining the necessary consents from the council.
Leading through the front door, you are welcome into the spacious entrance hallway. There is a cupboard for storage and this is also where the fuse box is located.
To the left is the dual aspect sitting room/dining room which is a generous size, with an open fireplace and French doors into the garden room. The garden room is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the views of the garden.
Leading from here you have the kitchen, which overlooks the rear aspect, with a pantry for storage, base and wall units and space for appliances.
All three double bedrooms are located at the opposite end of the property, two of which have fitted cupboards for storage.
The bathroom has a walk in shower and basin, and then located next to the bathroom is the separate toilet, this gives the option to knock through to one big bathroom if desired. There is also an airing cupboard which houses the water tank.
Outside, there is off road parking on the driveway to the front of the property. The garden is a generous size and wraps around the bungalow, it is easy maintenance and ready for someone to put their on stamp on.
VENDOR NOTES (PLANNING) This property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. ''The occupation of the dwellings shall be limited to persons solely or mainly employed, or last employed, locally in agriculture as defined by section 290(1) of the Town and Country Panning Act, 1971, or forestry, or a dependant of such persons residing with them (but including a widow or widower of such persons).
SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Heating is provided for by way of oil fired central heating through radiators. The oil boiler is located outside, this was updated around six years ago, as well as the oil tank which was fitted three years ago. (Durrants has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).
LOCAL AUTHORITY East Suffolk Council - Band E
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent's Halesworth office. Please call 01986 872 553.
DURRANTS BUILDING CONSULTANCY Our Building Consultancy Team will be happy to provide advice to prospective buyers on planning applications, architectural design, building regulations, and project management - please contact the team directly.
LOCATION Wenhaston with Mells Hamlet is a civil parish in the English county of Suffolk. Within a popular village, with a lively community, you're well served for amenities such as a local shop, post office village hall, two pubs and the coast is nearby. There are several commons and woods around the village and it has many beautiful walks! Transport links here are excellent with the A12 running north to Lowestoft and south to London via Colchester and Chelmsford, and regular fast services into London Liverpool Street from Ipswich, connected up from the East Suffolk Line. This property, is situated close to the market town of Halesworth.
Halesworth is a charming market town with a rich variety of local independent shops on the edge of the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The north Suffolk market town of Halesworth is a pretty town with a wide range of independent shops mainly situated along a pedestrianised thoroughfare and market place. There is a weekly market on Wednesdays in the town. The town has a primary school, library, railway station and excellent bus links to other local towns. Norwich the county city of Norfolk is located approximately 24 miles north, Ipswich the county town of Suffolk is 31 miles south and the popular regency resort of Southwold is only 9 miles to the east. A similar distance away is the heritage coastline and the nature reserves of Minsmere and Dunwich. Halesworth has so much to offer, from the Halesworth Arts Festival and numerous other events at The Cuts art centre, the annual Ink Festival which encourages aspiring writers and the Latitude Music Festival at Henham.