2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Let Agreed
This modern two bedroom semi detached property enjoys a cul-de-sac location within the sought-after Snettisham village. Showcasing a high specification throughout, this stylish home is presented in immaculate condition. In brief the accommodation comprises two double bedrooms with an en-suite to the principal bedroom, modern fitted kitchen, generous sitting room/dining room, family bathroom and ground floor cloakroom. The property is available September 1st for an initial six month tenancy.
Upon entering the property, prospective tenants are welcomed to the entrance hall which leads to all ground floor accommodation. The modern fitted kitchen, featuring an abundance of cupboard/worktop units is inclusive of integral electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer with space for a washing machine. The generous sitting room diner located to the rear of the property offers adequate dimensions for all desired contents/furnishings and is complete with french doors leading to the private patio area. Accessible from the entrance hall is a cloakroom with wash basin and WC.
The first floor accommodation within the property is home to the primary bedroom with en-suite, second bedroom and family bathroom. The primary bedroom, a comfortable double room enjoys an aspect of the private rear enclosed garden and is complete with en-suite featuring wash basin and WC. The second bedroom, another double room, could alternatively be utilised as an office/study for those working from home. To finish the internal accommodation, the family bathroom is complete with shower over bath, wash basin and WC.
The private low maintenance rear enclosed garden features a turf, decking and a sizable patio area, ideal for external contents and furnishings. To the side of the property, prospective tenants will find parking for two vehicles.
Fired by gas central heating the property is available September 1st 2022 for an initial six month tenancy.
AGENTS NOTES* The single garage is not included within any prospective tenancy.
SNETTISHAM For a small, coastal village, Snettisham has a big reputation, not least as a gourmand's getaway. Add to this a wealth of pretty period properties and it's not surprising that many come for a weekend only to seek a more permanent place to stay.
With a primary school, GP surgery and dental practice, plus a central chemist and supermarket, plus a handy local builder's merchant for any renovations, the village is extremely well serviced. A small retail park, Poppyfields, and The Granary, which is a treasure trove of craft, antiques and collectibles, sit on the edge of the village and are fun to explore.
Noted in the Domesday Book, a discovery of Iron Age precious metal, including just under 180 gold torcs found at Wild Ken Hill and a later discovery of Romano-British jewellery buried in a clay pot - known as the Snettisham Jeweller's Hoard - unearthed in 1985 and now housed at the British Museum, are evidence of the area's lengthy history.
Resplendent St Mary's Church which sits on a hill behind the village centre was built in the 14th century and has an 172ft spire that was once used as a landmark for ships on The Wash, and described by architectural historian Pevsner as, "perhaps the most exciting decorated church in Norfolk'.
Follow the hill down to the village and you'll pass the Rose & Crown pub, which has won numerous awards. Diners are spoiled for choice as Snettisham is also home to The Old Bank, a bistro run by husband and wife team Lewis and Aga King, which was named The Good Food Guide Best Local Restaurant in 2019 and is also listed in the Michelin Guide. For coffee, brunch or an evening of wine, nibbles and jazz, try the couple's sister business at next door neighbour, The Old Store.
As Norfolk folk savour good food, they also love the great outdoors and Snettisham is home to a RSPB nature reserve and Wild Ken Hill, a rewilding site using regenerative farming to return the land to its natural stage. Walk or cycle the old farm path from the A149 to watch the spectacle of migratory birds soar and settle on the edge of the lagoons. Or up the adrenaline level at Snettisham Beach Sailing Club which offers paddleboarding, kayaking, windsurfing, kitesurfing and dinghy sailing, alongside a vibrant social events calendar.
Whatever pace you enjoy, there can be few places as appealing as Snettisham to enjoy some of the finer things in life.
ENTRANCE HALL 14' 11" x 6' 08" (4.55m x 2.03m)
KITCHEN 10' 04" x 8' 03" (3.15m x 2.51m)
SITTING/DINING ROOM 14' 02" x 11' 10" (4.32m x 3.61m)
PRIMARY BEDROOM 14' 09" x 9' 10" (4.5m x 3m)
SECOND BEDROOM 11' 00" x 8' 03" (3.35m x 2.51m)
FAMILY BATHROOM 7' 04" x 6' 05" (2.24m x 1.96m)
COUNCIL TAX Band B.
AGENT'S NOTE Applicants Must Be Employed or Have Sufficient Means
Available September 1st 2022
6 Month Initial Tenancy
Pets By Negotiation
Council Tax Band B
Gas Central Heating
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING To be confirmed. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 39947.
No EPC available for this property
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