3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
It would be fair to say that if an owner has lived in their home for 43 years then it is much loved. That is certainly the case at Four Winds and when walking through the door there is an immediate sense of comfort and warmth.
Over the years the delightful established gardens have given the owner and the family so much pleasure. There have been many happy memories created at Four Winds but the dining room is the owner's favourite place in the house, filled with much laughter from family gatherings over the years.
There is so much character throughout and a strong essence of the 1920s when the house was built - of particular note is the spacious landing and hall.
Over 43 years the vendor has noticed considerable change in North Walsham, which only had a population of 6,500 when they moved in. However, what hasn't changed is the proximity of Four Winds to the town centre and the amenities it has to offer. At the opposite end of the road is a substantial Sainsburys and just outside the town is Waitrose.
An aspiration for any homeowner is to feel safe in their home and that is exactly what the owner has felt at Four Winds. It has always been a friendly neighbourhood and so-much-so the owner does not want to move far because of the friends made over the years.
Whilst the house is in the town it is well-placed for the North Walsham and Dilham Canal along with Pigneys Wood - both offering delightful country walks in the locality.
NORTH WALSHAM A popular market town, North Walsham situated a few miles from the seaside town of Cromer and The Norfolk Broads capital, Wroxham.
The town offers many amenities including a range of supermarkets, leisure facilities, shops, primary and secondary schools, sixth form college, doctors surgeries and a cottage hospital.
There are regular bus and train services to the cathedral city of Norwich, where there are a wider range of facilities including an international airport and mainline.
Situated a short commute away from Norwich with its many amenities, Wroxham is renowned for its boating culture.
Standing on the river Bure, the village is divided by the river and shares its many attractions with the neighbouring Hoveton St John. Whether on the water or congregating in the busy pubs and restaurants on offer, there is something that will capture the heart of everyone. If you choose to hire a boat, you can travel at a leisurely pace along the broads and moor up at one of the local pubs. The Ferry Inn at Horning serves food all day and offers a fantastic outdoor space and plenty of mooring.
If you would rather stay on dry land, you can wander through the riverside park and feed the ducks, enjoy afternoon tea at one of the quaint tea rooms or simply sit and watch the boats go by in a sunshine filled pub garden.
The Bure Valley railway, which started in 1900, begins its journey in the centre of Wroxham. Both a steam and diesel train run the 18 mile round trip, taking you on a tour of pretty Norfolk villages and ending in Aylsham.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band E.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 7832-5125-8100-0431-6202
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 39728.
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