West Road, Great Yarmouth

2 beds | 1 baths | 2 receptions | £87,500


  • Refurbishment Project
  • Victorian Terrace
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Popular Setting
  • Gas Central Heating
  • UPVC Double Glazing
  • Chain Free

This characterful VICTRIAN TERRACE offers two reception rooms, gas central heating, and double glazing. With a POPULAR SETTING this REFURBISHMENT PROJECT is perfect for those who are LOOKING TO GET A FOOT ON THE LADDER.

SUMMARY A Victorian terrace house now in need of updating. This two bedroom property requires cosmetic refurbishment only, having previously been fitted with gas central heating and double glazing, making it a great oportunity for those looking to get onto the property ladder.

ACCOMMODATION The property is appoached via a small front yard with hand gate access. The entrance door leads into the ground floor accommodation arrange as a living room with open fire place to the front of the property, and a second reception room towards the rear. The kitchen which features fitted cabinetry with laminate worktop surfaces cooker point and stainless steel sink unit is located at the rear of the property. Access to the back yard is made via the kitchen side door.



The first floor provides access to two double bedrooms, the family bathroom is accessed from the rear bedroom.



There is potential to rearrange the accommodation to provide three bedrooms at first floor level, by relocating the kitchen to the second reception room, and converting the current kitchen into a bathroom.



Please view the floor plan for room dimensions and layout.

LOCATION West Road is situated in the New Town area of Great Yarmouth, a residential area popular with families due to the wide variety of local schools, amenities, and its close proximity to the seaside, parks, and road links to the cathedral city of Norwich (30 minute drive).

SERVICES Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are understood to be connected.



Larkes Estate Agents have not carried out tests of the services or appliances and interested parties should arrange their own tests to ensure these are in working order.

Read more