Russen & Turner offer to the market with no onward chain is this extended, 3 bedroom, semi-detached bungalow which requires improvement. The bungalow requires a new kitchen and bathroom and complete re-decoration throughout and has double glazing and gas central heating with a modern Worcester Boiler fitted.
Outside to the front is a garden area and a drive leading to the garage which requires remedial work. The rear garden is laid to lawn and is generous in size.
N.B. A property similar to this (smaller in size and smaller plot) sold in November 2017 at £190,000.
Council Tax Band: B.
EPC RATING: D
TO VIEW THIS PROPERTY:
If you wish to view this property please call the office so that we can make a mutually convenient appointment for you.
HOW TO GET THERE:
From King's Lynn proceed out of the town and head along Edward Benefer Way toward the Woottons. Turn right next to the Audi garage on to Hamburg Way and then turn left on to Spenser Road and proceed toward the end of the road where the bungalow will be found on the right hand side distinguished by a Russen & Turner for sale board.
King's Lynn town centre has recently undergone a regeneration programme and has direct rail links to Cambridge and London (Kings Cross). There is a wealth of shopping facilities as well as restaurants, public houses and all the usual amenities expected of a market town. Much of the town is covered under conservation area and there are many listed buildings (please be aware of this). The town is situated approximately 45 miles from Norwich City centre, approximately 105 miles from London and approximately 16 miles from the coastal town of Hunstanton.
HOW WE CAN HELP:
If you have a property to sell we can offer you a free, no obligation market appraisal. We can also pass your details on to an independent mortgage advisor for advice and we may also be able to carry out a survey for you. For more information please call us.
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