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Aldreds are pleased to offer this superb 1930's three bedroom semi detached house in the much sought after East Pakefield location, just a two minute walk to Pakefield beach. This family home has lots of character and offers versatile accommodation including a wide entrance hall, lounge/dining room, conservatory and extended kitchen. On the first floor there is a landing, three bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside there are front & rear gardens and a driveway offering ample off road parking leading to a detached brick built garage. The property offers the benefits of georgian style uPVC double glazed windows and gas central heating. Properties in this desirable location rarely become available and an early viewing is an absolute must.
Strip wood flooring, picture rail, coved ceiling, radiator, double glazed door to front, uPVC window to front aspect, stairs rising to landing, understairs cupboard.
Laminate flooring, flat plastered ceiling, picture rail, bay uPVC window to front aspect, tv point, power points, feature fireplace, opening to:-
Laminate flooring, flat plastered ceiling, picture rail, power points, radiator, double doors to:-
Laminate flooring, pitched polycarbonate roof, power points, uPVC windows to rear aspect, French door to rear garden, radiator.
Ceramic tiled flooring, range of base and wall mounted storage units with roll top work surfaces over, integrated oven, gas hob, plumbing for washing machine, sink and drainer, uPVC window to rear aspect, uPVC window to side aspect, uPVC door to side, radiator, spot lights, part tiled walls.
Flat plastered and coved ceiling, picture rail, uPVC window to side aspect, power points.
Fitted carpet, flat plastered ceiling, picture rail, uPVC window, radiator, tv point, power points.
Inset spot lights, uPVC window, radiator, power points, tv point,
Radiator, picture rail, uPVC window, power points.
Ceramic tiled flooring, panel spa bath, pedestal hand wash basin, low level WC, shower in tiled corner shower cubicle, tiled walls, flat plastered ceiling, spot lights, uPVC window, heated towel rail.
To the front of the property there is a lawned garden, concrete driveway offering off road parking leading to brick built detached garage, the garage has an up and over door. To the rear of the property there is a good size lawned garden with timber pergola, mature trees, flowers and shrubs, raised patio area, side path leading to front driveway and close board panel fencing to boundaries.
Mains water, electric, gas, drainage.
Waveney District Council - Band 'C'
Pakefield is a residential area of South Lowestoft 2.25 miles from Lowestoft town sitting atop some off Suffolk's most dramatic coastline, Pakefield is a thriving village, close enough to Lowestoft for access to many Suffolk attractions. Pakefield beach is a popular area, and is accessed from multiple points in the village. Pakefield most likely gets its name from Pacca's or Pagga's field, named after a local landowner. What was a small community of around 300 people in the early 19th century, now has more than five times that number, a quiet haven south of nearby bustling Lowestoft. Pakefield is a great base close to Africa Alive, and Kensington Gardens, which has a park with tennis courts.
From the Lowestoft office head south over the Bascule Bridge, continue along the sea front, at the end take a sharp right, then a sharp left into London Road Pakefield, continue for approximately a quarter of a mile, where Grand Avenue can be found on the left.
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