Situation Located within striking distance of the town centre and railway station, the property occupies a prime position within short walking distance of the high street. The historic and thriving market town of Diss is situated on the south Norfolk borders within the beautiful countryside surrounding the Waveney Valley, the town offers an extensive and diverse range of many day to day amenities and facilities along with the benefit of a main railway station with regular/direct services to London Liverpool Street and Norwich.
Description The property comprises a fine Victorian town house, displaying impressive architectural features of its era, understood to have formerly been a nunnery. Now comprising a 2 bedroom mid-terraced town house offering expansive accommodation over 3 floors in the regions of 1000 sq ft. In more recent times the property has been enhanced and upgraded with replaced sealed unit upvc double glazed windows and doors whilst being heated by a modern gas fired combination boiler via radiators. Throughout the property is presented in an excellent decorative order having been well-maintained and cared for. Particular notice is drawn to the vast floor to ceiling heights accentuating the feeling of space throughout.
Externally The property is set back from the road with steps leading up to the front façade. The gardens are found to the rear of the property and have been landscaped for the ease of maintenance in mind enclosed by concrete posts and panel fencing with attractive brick walling to the rear boundaries. A side gate in turn gives access through to the rear where the off-road car parking space can be found. The gardens enjoy a southerly aspect with a raised decking area abutting the rear boundaries.
The rooms are as follows
reception room one: 10' 9" x 14' 1" (3.30m x 4.30m) With window to the front aspect A pleasing and spacious first impression with high floor to ceiling heights, original Victorian marbleised fireplace with cast iron backing and tiled surround. Open plan living through to the second reception room.
Reception room two: 12' 0" x 9' 8" (3.68m x 2.97m) With window to the rear aspect. Period pine brace and batten door giving access to stairs rising to first floor level. Arch to side with stairs leading to lower ground floor level.
Reception room three/dining room: 11' 1" x 9' 4" (3.38m x 2.86m) With window to the rear aspect. Under stairs storage cupboard space. Chimney breast to side and with lower ceiling heights. Doorway giving access through to the kitchen/breakfast room.
Kitchen/breakfast room: 11' 0" x 13' 3" (3.37m x 4.04m) With frosted window to front. Replaced kitchen offering a good range of wall and floor unit cupboard space with roll top work surfaces, inset sink with drainer and mixer tap and space for white goods etc. Utility pantry space beyond measuring 4' 0" x 13' 2" (1.22m x 4.03m).
Bathroom: 9' 10" narrowing to 8'7" x 5'7" (3.02m narrowing to 2.62m x 1.71m) With frosted windows to the rear aspect. Enamel roll top bath with claw feet, corner tiled shower cubicle, low level wc, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and fully tiled.
First floor level:
bedroom one: 11' 1" x 13' 1" (3.39m x 3.99m) With window to the front aspect. Spacious double bedroom with high floor to ceiling height. Victorian fireplace to side flanked by storage cupboards.
Bedroom two: 11' 1" x 9' 8" (3.38m x 2.96m) With window to the rear aspect. Double bedroom having the benefit of wc facilities measuring 4' 2" x 2' 10" (1.28m x 0.87m).
Our ref: 7936