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Lark Way, Bradwell
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | £270,000


Positioned on a quiet residential cul-de-sac at the end of Lark Way, is this single storey three-bedroom home; this cherished property offers a secluded position and flexible accommodation.

The plot is fronted by a large section of garden, there are two covered driveways offering parking space for a few cars, and a single garage.

Entrance is to a porch with a wide central hall beyond, the hall serves all the accommodation and offers useful storage space.

The kitchen features pine cabinetry, laminate worktop surfaces and stainless-steel sink unit, a larder cupboard and wall mounted gas central heating boiler. The dual aspect windows fill the room with light and offer a pleasant view of the front gardens.

The adjacent living room has a large bay window to the front garden, and a central fireplace which provides a welcoming feature for this generous family room.

Back off the Hallway, the accommodation leads to a second reception room that has been utilised as a formal dining room, three bedrooms, and the family bathroom.

The family bathroom is fitted with a panel bath with shower over, pedestal washbasin, and WC.

Outside the private rear garden is largely laid to lawn with paved footpaths. There are established plant and shrub flower beds, a pond, timber garden shed and greenhouse.

Tenure: Freehold
Heating: Gas Central Heating
Council Tax: Band C (£1,720)

Located in central Bradwell, a Broadland village with easy transport links to the Market Town of Great Yarmouth (five-minute drive), Lowestoft (ten-minute drive) and the Cathedral city of Norwich (approximately 40 minutes by car).

There are many good schools nearby, Hillside Primary School, Homefield Church of England Primary and Nursery School, Lynn Grove High, and Woodlands Primary and Nursery School.

Gorleston's sandy Edwardian Beach is a short drive away, along with its traditional seaside gardens, pier, and model boat pond. It also has a theatre opposite the pier called the Pavilion. The main shopping centre is on High Street. It has its own golf club.

Please note that all areas, measurements, and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only.

Larkes have not tested any services, appliances, or specific fittings - prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.

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