A charming semi-detached chalet bungalow, totalling over 1,100 sq ft. Originally built in the 1930s this cherished home has been lovingly renovated to a high specification throughout. The property sits on a leafy residential street, it has a glorious landscape designed south facing garden.
Entry is via a walled front garden with limestone paving and slate chippings, planted with clipped box. A storm porch opens into a central hallway where limed oak flooring extends through to the reception spaces beyond, the hall contains generous built-in coat and shoe storage. To the left of the hall is a generous reception room bathed in the light of a bay window, with charming views of the tree lined street.
To the right of the entrance hall is the ground floor bedroom, where a further bay window ensures excellent levels of natural light. This room is presently utilised as a home office which doubles as a children's play area. It is a flexible space and could have a variety of uses.
To the rear the space dramatically leads into an open-plan kitchen and dining area. Natural light pours in through south facing windows, a glazed door leads to the landscape designed garden where dutch brick paved patios offer alfresco dining opportunities. The terraced garden has been formed from corten steel, creating ornamental lawns and well-established perennial borders.
The kitchen was hand built by local cabinet makers, the framed shaker doors feature cast brass handle ware, oak counter tops provide warmth and contrast, whilst the sink surround is finished in a carrara marble quartz worktop. Fitted appliances include Bosch undercounter fridge & freezer, Smeg dishwasher, and a Fisher & Paykel range hood.
The dining area has panelled walls which conceal the understairs cupboard and incorporate peg rail and open shelves for additional storage. To the rear of the kitchen is a laundry area with bespoke cabinetry, and a cloakroom with Burlington sanitaryware including washstand basin, and 'verde butterfly' granite countertops.
On the first floor a central landing leads in turn to a family bathroom, with freestanding custom painted plinth bathtub and an open double shower, the unlaquered brass tapware by Catchpole & Rye and terrazzo flooring create a luxurious space in which to relax. On the first floor are two bedrooms, the large primary bedroom has a dressing area with dormer window and curtains to conceal an open wardrobe.
Heating: Gas Central Heating
Council Tax: Band C (£1,762)
Garnham Road is a short walk from Gorleston high street, and Priory Gardens a charming public park popular with dog walkers and young families. There are several schools and nurseries within a short walk.
The towns sandy Edwardian Beach is on the doorstep, along with the 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.
The cafes, and neighbourhood stores of Bells Road are all within a short walk, where you will also find Margot's Lounge a coffee shop which serves a wonderful weekend Brunch.
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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