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Amelia House, Colegate, Norwich

£400,000 Guide Price
4 Bedrooms
2 Receptions
2 Bathrooms

Property Features

  • GUIDE RPICE £400,000 - £425,000
  • FORMER FACTORY BUILDING CONVERSION
  • DUPLEX APARTMENT
  • LOUNGE WITH MEZZANINE AREA
  • ROOF TERRACE
  • EXCELLENT CONDITION
  • FOUR BEDROOMS
  • DOUBLE GLAZING
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING
  • SOUGHT AFTER CITY LOCATION

Full Details

Accommodation Comprises:
Security entrance system from Water Lane leading to communal lobby which provides access to all floors and apartments via stairs and lift. Front door on second floor to:

Lower Level

Entrance Hall
With doors to three bedrooms, dining room, bathroom and shower room. Stairs to upper level, entry phone system.

Dining Room (7.60 x 3.23)
Double glazed windows to courtyard, three radiators.

Kitchen (2.98 x 2.10)
Fitted wall and base units with work tops over, sink and drainer, four ring electric hob with extractor over, eye-level double oven, space for fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, double glazed window to Water Lane, radiator.

Bedroom One (4.74 x 2.70)
Double glazed windows to courtyard, two radiators, built-in wardrobes.

Bedroom Two (3.20 x 2.70)
Double glazed window to courtyard, radiator, fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Bedroom Three (3.03 x 2.78)
Double glazed window to Water Lane, radiator, built-in wardrobes, under stairs storage area with shelves.

Bathroom (3.06 x 1.74)
Tiled bath with shower over, low level WC, hand wash basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled walls.

Shower Room (1.89 x 1.72)
Shower cubicle, low level WC, hand wash basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled walls.

Stairs Leading to Upper Level

Lounge (7.55 x 6.74)
High vaulted ceiling with original tie beams and decorative iron work, double-glazed velux window to courtyard, mezzanine style void area overlooking the dining area below, three radiators, built-in cupboards above stairs, sliding patio doors to roof terrace with view into the courtyard. Steps up to:

Top Floor Landing
Radiator, doors to upper lobby and bedroom four/study.

Bedroom Four/Study (3.08 x 2.17)
High ceiling, Double glazed windows to terrace and courtyard, radiator.

Outside (2.92m x 2.87m)
Partly covered roof terrace overlooking the courtyard, which has trees, shrubs and a pond.

Agents Note:
There is an exclusive parking space for each resident available (under a separate lease) for an additional annual charge. There is also on-street permit parking available.

Tenure - Leasehold
Term 215 years from 1st April 1984. Please note ground rent and service/maintenance charges will apply. For further information, please contact the office.

Location
The Cathedral city of Norwich is set in the heart of East Anglia and has everything you would desire in a vibrant regional capital, including wonderful shopping facilities with two shopping malls including Chantry Place, and a wide range of independent boutique shops in the Norwich lanes. There is a wide array of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, a dynamic nightlife which caters for all age groups, and the Theatre Royal is one of the country’s oldest established theatres. The city is the most complete medieval city in the United Kingdom, including cobbled streets such as Elm Hill, Timber Hill and Tombland, with ancient buildings including St Andrews Hall, two Cathedrals and Norwich Castle. The River Wensum flows throughout the city with various pubs located along the river and with boat hire available. There are excellent transport links with Norwich train station providing a regular mainline service into London Liverpool Street, Cambridge and towards the coast. Norwich International Airport is also situated only 4 miles from the city centre.The city has two Universities including the University of East Anglia and Norwich University of The Arts. There are fantastic schools and colleges around the city and suburbs. Norfolk itself is arguably most famous for its man-made broads, a national park with over 125 miles of waterways set in beautiful countryside surrounded with charming and picturesque towns and villages with Wroxham, the capital of the broads, approximately 8 miles from the centre of Norwich.

Office Details

Norwich Office
32 Prince of Wales Rd
Norwich
Norfolk
NR1 1LG

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