3 Bedroom Detached House Sold STC
Imagine an evening stroll down to a gorgeous beach, dip your toes into the sea water and take in a perfect Norfolk sunset; with this being only a five minute walk away, 54B Station Road offers you this opportunity every day.
The current owners bought the property 15 years ago when it was first built, as a second home. They've kept it in an impeccable order meaning it's ready for someone to step into and immediately make home.
This does not however, mean that a new owner could put their own stamp on this property.
Versatility is an important factor when selecting a home and there is potential here for a plethora of needs or desires; whether that be a third bedroom downstairs next to a large WC, which could easily be made into an en-suite, a well-sized home office or an ideal play room for children - the ideas really depend upon your own imagination.
If you're someone wanting a home which can accommodate a night of entertaining, but can also cater to more private cosy evenings - then look no further.
The sitting and dining room stretches the length of the property, making it the ideal hub of this family holiday home. The patio doors open wonderfully up to make the outside come in - a perfect spot to entertain in the summer. As the colder months arrive, snuggle down in the evenings for a popular film, finish a puzzle on a wet day or perhaps gather the family for a Christmas feast round the table - this is truly the perfect spot within this home.
Connecting to the dining room is the country style kitchen. It is well-equipped and lends itself easily to being open to any guests in the dining area.
Off from the kitchen, a utility space and rear door to the garden means that you can keep the more practical parts of everyday living hidden away.
From the hallway, ascend the stairs to the first floor landing. Here there are two large bedrooms, the family bathroom and a closet.
The principal bedroom features an en-suite shower room - perfectly allowing the main bathroom to serve the other bedroom on a work morning, or a possible school run.
Head outside and there's a brick weave drive leading to a single pitched roof garage, meaning there's ample parking for family and friends. The garage is another versatile space and could be utilised depending on the specifications required by the home's next custodians.
Round to the rear is a private enclosed garden. There's a patio, a grassed area and doors to the garage and the main property. Currently this could be seen as a blank canvas for new owners - whether you want to create the perfect floral retreat or make the ideal safe space for children to enjoy the outdoors and that seaside air.
The property comes with no onwards chain and is ready for new owners. 54B Station Road could be your home-from-home, your forever property or the ideal space to raise a family. However, one thing is almost certain - this home will help to carry on making many more happy memories by the North Norfolk coast.
HEACHAM Norfolk Lavender on the A149 coast road is the landmark that tells you you've arrived at Heacham. Long popular with local families, thanks to a thriving primary and junior school, the village is large and offers a diverse blend of period properties and newer additions, plus a growing number of stunning beachfront houses, many with beautiful, first floor living areas that take full advantage of their shoreline position and rolling sea views.
Along with numerous pretty carrstone period houses, the village has grown in recent years and is bordered by a new development, Butterfield Meadow, on the edge of Hunstanton to the east and Lamsey Lane to the west. It is well-serviced by two supermarkets, Tesco Express and Lidl on the A149, a Post Office, electrical store, chemist, GP surgery and gym, along with an alternative health clinic.
Spending time outside is part of everyday life here - it could be why so many of us become dog owners to enjoy a daily walk or two. Indulge your love of the great outdoors further with a bike ride or game of golf. Cyclists should pit-stop at A E Wallis, which has been selling and servicing bicycles since 1939, or call in at Open Sky Cycles at Wild Ken Hill on the edge of town which organises regular cycle rides. If golf is your game, enjoy a round at Heacham Manor, rated in Golf World's Top 100 Golf Resorts, or perfect your swing at its driving range. Alternatively, slow the pace with an easy walk to one of the village's two beaches where you will find a sandy spot to enjoy one of west Norfolk's legendary sunsets.
It's easy to see why this coastal village offers the best of both worlds and appeals so much to those looking for a much-coveted home within walking distance of the beach and amenities, but without the bustle of a busy tourist trap. Come and discover your place in the sun, too.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band D.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING C. Ref:- 4032-3020-4209-0113-1202
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 40786.
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