2 bedroom semi-detached bungalow
Waterfield Avenue, Fakenham NR21
- Tenure: Freehold
35 Waterfield Avenue is a 2 bedroom semi detached ex-local authority bungalow situated in a convenient location within walking distance of the town centre at Fakenham. Now requiring refurbishment, the property is only suitable for cash buyers being of non-standard 'Wates' Precast Reinforced Concrete construction. The property has the benefit of UPVC double glazed windows and doors, oil-fired central heating and front and rear garden with a parking space. There is accommodation comprising an entrance hall, sitting/dining room, kitchen with separate utility, store and boiler room, 2 bedrooms and a wet room.
35 Waterfield Avenue 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. Please note that a ground maintenance charge is payable (currently £35.99 per annum or a one-off charge of £533.75) and that the property must be marketed for a minimum of 14 days before any offers are to be considered.
Fakenham is often referred to as the “gateway” to North Norfolk. On the banks of the River Wensum and nestling between the historic city of Norwich and the medieval port of King’s Lynn, Fakenham is also only a short drive to the beautiful North Norfolk coastline some 11 miles away.
Once renowned for its successful printing industry, Fakenham is now better known for Norfolk’s only national hunt racecourse and its popular weekly market. People come from far and wide on market and race days transforming the central marketplace. Fakenham boasts several supermarkets, library, doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries, a good selection of restaurants, bowling alley, cinema and infants’, junior and high school with 6th form college. Surrounding areas are all well serviced by bus routes with direct rail links to Cambridge and London from King’s Lynn and Norwich.
A partly glazed UPVC door leads from the front of the property into the entrance hall with radiator and coat hooks.
3.70m x 3.46m (12' 2" x 11' 4")
Boarded up fireplace, radiator, storage cupboard housing electric meter, UPVC window to the front and door leading into:
2.74m x 2.57m (9' x 8' 5")
A range of beech base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, shelved cupboard, radiator, extractor, tiled floor and a further storage cupboard with radiator. UPVC window to the rear and partly glazed timber door leading into:
1.53m x 1.39m (5' x 4' 7")
Space and plumbing for a washing machine, partly glazed UPVC door with glazed side panel leading out to the rear garden. Door to: Store
2.16m x 1.53m (7' 1" x 5')
Radiator, UPVC window to the side and door to:
Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler.
3.94m x 2.70m (12' 11" x 8' 10")
Radiator, sliding door to the wet room and UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.
2.70m x 2.48m (8' 10" x 8' 2")
Radiator and UPVC window to the front.
2.72m x 1.69m (8' 11" x 5' 7")
Wet room style shower area with electric shower and shower rail, wall mounted wash basin, WC, loft hatch, radiator and vinyl flooring. UPVC window with obscured glass to the rear, doors to bedroom 1 and entrance hall.
To the front of the property there is a concrete driveway providing parking for 1 car with a lawn to the side, hedged boundaries and a concrete ramp with handrails leading to the front entrance door.
A pedestrian gate to the side of the property with a concrete pathway leads to the rear garden which is lawned with majority fenced boundaries, oil storage tank.
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Oil fired central heating to radiators. EPC rating D.
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone . Council Tax Band A.