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£160,000 Guide price

3 bedroom terraced house for sale

29 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe

£160,000 Guide price

3 bedroom terraced house for sale

29 Moor Lane, Sculthorpe



Property description

A 3 bedroom mid terrace ex-local authority house, now requiring light refurbishment, with gardens, parking and countryside views. No onward chain.

29 Moor Lane is a mid terrace ex-local authority house situated in the popular village of Sculthorpe backing onto fields with far reaching countryside views. The property has new UPVC windows installed throughout and oil-fired central heating but would now benefit from some light refurbishment. There is accommodation comprising an entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room with a separate utility, sitting/dining room with 3 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.

Outside, there is a garden and driveway parking to the front and a west facing rear garden.

29 Moor Lane is being offered for sale with no onward chain but the vendor Victory Housing Trust does require offers to be accompanied by a completed Declaration of Interest form which is available from Belton Duffey. The property must be marketed for a minimum of 14 days from listing before any offers will be considered.

Sculthorpe is a rural scattering of houses, cottages and modern properties virtually on the outskirts of Fakenham and surrounded by attractive countryside. In close proximity is Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve, with walkways open to the public. The village has 2 pub/restaurants, The Hourglass and Sculthorpe Mill, Primary School Church, Methodist Chapel and Village Hall.

The nearby town of Fakenham has a weekly market on Thursday selling everything from antiques to fruit and vegetables, a sports centre, schools and several supermarkets. The North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is some 10 miles to the north.

Partly glazed UPVC door with a storm porch over leads from the front of the property into the entrance hall with staircase to the first floor landing, laminate flooring, radiator and smoke detector. Door leading into:

4.26m x 4.14m (14' x 13' 7")
Fireplace with a timber surround and ceramic tiled hearth currently housing an electric fire, understairs storage cupboard, laminate flooring, radiator, picture rail and TV point. UPVC window to the front and door leading into:

5.04m x 2.61m (16' 6" x 8' 7")
A range of beech effect wall and base units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, breakfast bar and tiled splashbacks. Spaces for a cooker and fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Tiled floor, 2 UPVC windows overlooking the rear garden and a partly glazed door leading into:

2.01m x 1.77m (6' 7" x 5' 10")
Oil-fired central heating boiler, space for a fridge freezer, partly wood panelled walls, UPVC window to the side and a door with a glazed panel leading out to the rear garden.

Loft hatch and high level electric meters.

3.93m x 2.89m (12' 11" x 9' 6")
Shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with further storage above, tiled fireplace (currently sealed), radiator and UPVC window to the front.

3.04m x 2.93m (10' x 9' 7")
Exposed floorboards, radiator and UPVC window overlooking the rear garden with countryside views beyond.

2.67m x 2.11m (8' 9" x 6' 11")
Radiator and UPVC window to the front.

2.05m x 1.99m (6' 9" x 6' 6")
A white suite comprising a panelled bath with electric shower over and curtain rail, pedestal washd basin and WC. Partly tiled walls, tiled floor, radiator and UPVC window to the rear.

To the front of the property, there is a driveway providing parking for up to 2 cars with a lawn and fencing to the side.

A pedestrian archway which No.29 has right of way leads through the terrace to the rear garden which comprises a lawn, paved seating area immediately behind the property, oil storage tank, outside tap, brick outhouse, dilapidated timber shed and a timber playhouse. Fenced side boundaries and views over adjoining countryside to the rear.

Mains water, private drainage and mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.

EPC Rating Band D.

North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone[use Contact Agent Button].

Council Tax Band A.

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