With beautiful gardens and bright, spacious rooms this extended family home is ready to move straight in to, but offers also the potential for the new owner to make decorative improvements to suit their style.
Guide Price £325,000 to £350,000.
Having been our seller’s much-loved home for nearly 30 years, Muneca has evidently been well cared for and maintained over the years, both inside and out. Previously extended, not only is the accommodation light, bright and airy but offers a flexible layout.
From the covered entrance, you move into the hallway with a downstairs bedroom to your left, although this would make an ideal study/office if preferred. To the right is a spacious living room, with glazed doors opening to a generous dining room, with further glazed doors opening out to the patio terrace. Also forming part of the extension is a useful utility room and shower room with W.C. Last but not least on the ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with a comprehensive range of units and has plenty of space for a dining table. A part-glazed external door provides access from the driveway.
Upstairs you will find two very good-sized double bedrooms and a modern shower room completes the accommodation.
As you approach you will appreciate the lawned front garden, with beautifully planted borders. The driveway leads down to the garage, and provides parking for several vehicles. If the front garden impressed, then you will love the rear! There are various patio and seating areas to enjoy the essentially south-facing garden, as well as a well-tended lawn with stepping stone path and, pretty beds and borders filled with mature planting.
Although often said, you really do need to view this lovely home to fully appreciate the opportunity.
The delightful village of Buxton is situated on the river Bure, found just 10 miles north of Norwich, and equidistant between Aylsham and Coltishall, with Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads just 8 miles to the southeast.
The village itself is steeped in history; from Buxton MIll being mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1085, to being the burial place of Anna Sewell, the author of Black Beauty. Today the village offers a thriving community with a primary school, public house, chip shop, convenience store, and post office.
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