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Goodwins Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30

££495,000 Guide

5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale

Multiple generous reception rooms deliver an abundance of versatility in their usage and the natural evolution of the layout offers clever potential for multi-generational living, all within easy reach of major amenities, the stunning Norfolk coast, and luscious countryside.

An inviting and elegant frontage takes lead and is superbly accompanied by a characterful entrance hall with Victorian encaustic tiles laid in a colourful and traditional geometric pattern with an immediate sense of warmth and welcome.

The generous living room stretches the full depth of the main house and with french doors to the rear patio the fantastic views of the garden are neatly framed, whilst of course allowing the space to spill out for year-round entertaining.

To the opposite side is a wonderfully cosy snug with an open fire, making it the ideal spot to curl up with a good book of an evening. Complete with a built-in bay window seat, it is easy to imagine an afternoon with the crackle of a fire whilst the aromas of culinary delights dance through from the neighbouring kitchen/breakfast room. The chimney breast acts as a delicate separation of these two areas, as well as housing the oven, creating a social space which still offers subtle division for privacy and functionality in day-to-day life.

At the back of the house, and through a useful rear lobby, is an impressive dining room with utility beyond and here is where the versatility of the layout becomes particularly apparent as this has the potential to be re-imagined in an abundance of ways. It is, perhaps, most notable for becoming an open plan living space - served by the ground floor shower room, or a living room which could be a portioned off 'wing' - in conjunction with the separate rear access and staircase to the double bedroom and en-suite above.

Via the main forward stairs are four further well-proportioned double bedrooms served by a shower room. The aforementioned back staircase, with connecting door, allows the fifth bedroom to be incorporated into the main house and as is currently demonstrated, this intern provides the flexibility of an alternative use to the bedrooms such as creating a home office, playroom or perhaps even an enviable dressing room to a principle suite.

Outside, the garden is a collection of retreats that combine to create a fabulous oasis ideal for gathering friends and family throughout the seasons, with sunny spots and sheltered hideaways. The addition of a large garden room and single garage with both with power supplies are yet another demonstration of the adaptability to the overall living space on offer.

KING'S LYNN Perched on the banks of the River Ouse, King's Lynn has been a centre of trade and industry since the Middle Ages, and its rich history is reflected in the many beautiful buildings which still line the historic quarter.

Originally named Bishop's Lynn, during the reign of Henry VIII the town was surrendered to the crown and took the name King's Lynn. During the 14th century, Lynn was England's most important port, dominated by the Hanseatic League. Although the growth of London later eroded the port's importance, ship-building and fishing became prominent industries, the latter of which is documented at True's Yard Museum.

With more than 400 listed buildings, two warehouses - Hanse House and Marriott's Warehouse - still stand in the centre of the town, along with King's Lynn Minster and Custom House. These have appeared as stars of the screen in numerous period dramas and it's not unusual to spot a camera crew and cast on location.

King Street, which runs from Tuesday Market Place to the Custom House was once known as 'Stockfish Row' for the number of fish merchants that lived there, With a listed building every 26ft, Sir John Betjeman described it as one of the finest walks in England. In 1845, there were at least ten pubs on this street alone, and although these have faded away a relatively new arrival is the WhataHoot distillery with its gin school and handmade spirits.

With Cambridge, Peterborough and Norwich all within an hour's drive and a direct rail line into London King's Cross arriving in the capital in just 1 hour 40 minutes, King's Lynn continues to attract a growing number of professionals seeking an easy commuter route. It's easy to see the appeal of this central location with a clutch of high street retailers and independent restaurants in the town's Vancouver Centre. The Majestic Cinema and King's Lynn Alive Corn Exchange are the place to catch a film or show, or check out what's on at St George's Guildhall, the UK's largest surviving medieval guildhall, today a vibrant arts centre.

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating and an open fire.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 4190-4834-0022-5208-3923
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.

TENURE Freehold.


Tenure: Freehold





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Kings Lynn
Bank Chambers 23 Tuesday Market Place
King's Lynn
PE30 1JJ

01553 766741

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