Guide Price £300,000

St Georges Road, Great Yarmouth

4 Bed

1 Bath

Guide Price £300,000

St Georges Road, Great Yarmouth

4 Bed

1 Bath

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Conservation Area

Period Features

Over Looking The Park

Roof Terrace

Basement

Solar Panels

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GUIDE PRICE £300,000 - £325,000. Stunning period home with modern upgrades. 4 floors, bay window, basement ready for conversion, 3 bedrooms + art studio, roof terrace. Conservation area. Built 1820-1830. Solar panels, fibre optic Wi-Fi. Classic...

GUIDE PRICE £300,000 - £325,000. Introducing this stunning end-of-terrace period home, a true gem that seamlessly blends timeless charm with modern amenities. Spanning four floors, this property offers a wealth of space and character that is sure to captivate prospective buyers.

As you enter, you'll be greeted by a warm and inviting grand reception room, featuring a beautiful bay window that floods the space with natural light. Adjacent to this, an ideal spot for casual dining or a cozy breakfast awaits in the snug or breakfast room. One of the notable highlights of this home is its versatile basement area, presenting an excellent opportunity for expansion, perhaps transforming it into a larger, contemporary kitchen to suit your needs perfectly.

Venturing upwards, the top two floors reveal a thoughtfully designed layout consisting of three bedrooms and a bathroom. Additionally, the fourth bedroom located on the top floor has been creatively repurposed as an art studio, benefiting from abundant natural light and providing an inspiring environment for creative pursuits.

Nestled within a conservation area, this property offers a sense of history and preservation, with its period features and architectural significance. Step outside onto the roof terrace, an oasis above the town, where you can unwind and enjoy the surrounding views.

Built between 1820 and 1830, this home effortlessly combines its historic roots with contemporary enhancements. Embracing sustainable living, the property boasts modern features such as solar panels, contributing to reduced energy consumption and lower utility bills.

Stay connected seamlessly with the convenience of fibre optic Wi-Fi, ensuring fast and reliable internet access. Don't miss the opportunity to own this remarkable period home, where classic elegance meets modern comfort.

Embrace the charm of the past while enjoying the convenience of the present. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and experience the allure of this exceptional property first hand.

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Council Tax Band C

Room Descriptions

Outside Front

Original wrought iron railings, original pathway, tiled steps up to the front door, wooden glazed door into the

Hallway

Parquet flooring, timber panelling, door with step down to rear lobby, staircase to first floor and doors off to

Living Room

15'4" × 15'0" (4.68m × 4.59m)

Stripped wooden floorboards, radiator, single glazed wooden sash window, wooden fire surround with tiled hearth, multifuel burner, ceiling coving.

Separate WC

High levels w.c., tiled flooring, school style radiator, hand wash basin, original cupboard underneath the sink.

Kitchen

13'10" × 7'1" (4.22m × 2.16m)

A range of wall and base kitchen units, stainless steel sink with double drainer and mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, space for fridge, space for oven, upright radiator, wall mounted boiler, double glazed window.

Breakfast Room/Reception Two

9'4" × 8'10" (2.87m × 2.71m)

Painted wooden floorboards, radiator, wooden sash windows with shutters, ceiling coving.

First Floor Landing

Split level with a double glazed velux wooden window, staircase to top floor.

Bathroom

6'7" × 6'7" (2.01m × 2.02m)

Tiled floor, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled walls, hand wash basin, high level w.c., heated towel rail, single glazed window with borrowed light from the hallway, frosted double glazed window.

Sun Room/Bedroom

9'6" × 8'11" (2.91m × 2.73m)

Strip wooden floorboards, double glazed sash window, old school style radiator, wooden double glazed doors out to roof terrace.

Master Bedroom

11'11" × 15'1" (3.64m × 4.62m)

Carpet, single glazed sash bay window, built-in cupboard, wooden fire surround.

Bedroom Two

8'7" × 8'4" (2.64m × 2.54m)

Fitted carpet, radiator, wooden single glazed sash window, picture rail.

Top Floor Landing

Door off to

Studio Room

21'0" × 10'3" (6.42m × 3.13m)

Carpet, radiator, double glazed composite window to the front, two composite double glazed windows, to the rear, original fireplace.

Basement Level

14'0" × 14'8" (4.29m × 4.48m)

Originally the kitchen, however now a basement room with radiator, Aga oven, tiled splashbacks, single glazed wooden sash windows, built-in cupboard with the electric and the inverter for the solar panels, built-in cupboard with light.

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