BEST and FINAL OFFERS to be submitted to the Norwich office (for the attention of Ben Rivett) by 10:00 AM on Friday, 27th September 2019.
365 Unthank Road is a handsome Edwardian family home, enjoying a peaceful and private position within the sought after Golden Triangle of Norwich and complete with mature gardens and grounds of about 0.45 of an acre.
The property was the subject of a thorough and sympathetic programme of works during 2014/2015 including a new roof, boiler, replacement windows where required, bathroom replacement, creation of a utility room and re-carpeting throughout. Further works of particular note has been the creation of a wonderful garden room, with glazed gable and French doors out to a garden terrace, and remote control veluxes, providing a light and airy living space useable all year round. This area is part open plan to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room, by Mulberry kitchens, with central island and dining area. An elegant drawing room with fireplace is to the front of the house, with bay window, with a further reception room and a useful ground floor bedroom and en suite shower room, sound proofed from the main living area. An attractive staircase leads to a central landing to all four bedrooms and family bathroom. A traditional detached house has been converted to provide a large utility room. These include a spacious master bedroom with en suite bath/shower room.
The house enjoys detail typical of the period, with stained glass, fireplaces, fine room proportions and generous ceiling height.
The property is set back from the Unthank Road, with a gravelled drive through brick pillars, to a parking and turning area adjoining the house and garage. To the south of the house is a lawned area, with herbaceous borders, shrubs and an established boundary hedge. The handsome south façade is partly clad with Wisteria.
The main gardens are to the rear of the house providing a private and peaceful area to enjoy. A paved terrace adjoins the garden room, perfect for outside dining with low set brick wall. The lawns sweep away from the house, to well stocked herbecous borders including lavender, sedum and various shrubs. A laurel hedge separates the main lawn from a further area of garden with fine mature trees throughout the grounds including mulberry, apple and birch. The boundaries are a mixture of mature hedging and fencing.
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When sat in the garden room looking out to the gardens you would have no idea you are within the city.Ben Rivett