'The heart of the home is a spacious open plan living area, comprising lounge and dining areas. Large windows at the front and rear flood the space with natural light'
Admiralty Road welcomes you to a Victorian home filled with charm and modern convenience. Constructed with traditional red brick, the rear return was rebuilt in the 1990s with modern cavity wall construction.
The heart of the home is a spacious open plan living area, comprising lounge and dining areas. Large windows at the front and rear flood the space with natural light, creating an inviting atmosphere for gatherings and relaxation.
The modern fitted kitchen offers ample cabinetry providing abundant storage, and plentiful worktop preparation area.
Step outside to discover a private walled yard. Access to a utility/storeroom adds practicality, while a convenient hand gate provides easy access to the service road.
Upstairs, two double bedrooms await. The largest, positioned at the front of the house, offers picturesque views over the Royal Naval Hospital, adding a touch of historic charm to your daily life.
The family bathroom, accessible from the rear bedroom, features a bathtub with a shower over, a close-coupled WC, and a vanity set wash basin. A wall-mounted gas boiler ensures efficient central heating, while an airing cupboard houses the hot water cylinder.
Enjoy the convenience of unrestricted on-street parking, making car ownership hassle-free.
Points to note:
Heating: Gas Central Heating & Hot Water Cylinder
Average Heating & Lighting Costs: £48 per month
Council Tax: Band A (£1,385)
Energy Performance: C 71
Admiralty Road is a residential neighbourhood that offers a perfect blend of coastal living and vibrant community life. Situated in Norfolk, this location provides residents with easy access to the beach, while also being well-connected to essential amenities.
Families in Admiralty Road have the advantage of being close to schools which boast a reputation for academic excellence and a nurturing environment.
It's also a hub of convenience. Nearby shops cater for daily needs, ensuring that residents have easy access to groceries, essentials, and more. Whether you're looking for a quick stop at a local market or a leisurely shopping spree, the town has you covered.
Explore the rich history of Great Yarmouth with attractions like the Time and Tide Museum or the Nelson Museum. Immerse yourself in the maritime heritage that defines this quaint town.
Enjoy popular attractions like Joyland and The Pleasure Beach, classic amusement parks that promise thrills for all ages. The Sea Life Centre is another family-friendly destination, offering an immersive marine experience.
Attend local events and festivals that celebrate the vibrant culture of Norfolk. From arts and music festivals to community gatherings, there's always something happening to engage residents.
For those seeking a connection with nature, the Norfolk Broads are within reach. Explore the scenic waterways, take a boat trip, or simply unwind amid serene landscapes.
Please bear in mind that all areas, measurements, and distances provided in these particulars are approximations. The text, photographs, and floor plans serve as general guidance only.
Larkes has not conducted tests on any services, appliances, or specific fittings - prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings, and furniture not expressly itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.