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A prized Wacton family home

Brambletye in The Common, Wacton.
Brambletye in The Common, Wacton.

Set in a prized and quiet location with views across the common, Brambletye, located in The Common, Wacton, is a detached family home that enjoys a generous plot and has potential for improvement.

Built in the 1980s Brambletye is typical of its era, having a practical layout and offering spacious and naturally light accommodation over two floors.

The property is well presented throughout and benefits from upvc double glazed windows but is now a little dated in parts and would benefit from a scheme of improvement.

Given the generous plot size, there is ample scope to extend and improve the property, subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.

The spacious interior layout is comprised of four reception rooms, including a sitting room, dining room, study and conservatory, as well as kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, three double bedrooms, family bathroom, en-suite bathroom, utility room and cloakroom.

The property is approached from the track via a cattle grid and a gravelled drive leads up to the front of the property where there is parking for several vehicles.

The front garden has been landscaped and laid to grass with shrub beds and a pond to the front boundary.

The rear garden features a vegetable plot and a greenhouse and backs onto a neighbour’s paddocks to the rear.

Brambletye is situated on the outskirts of the small village of Wacton. Nearby is the well served village of Long Stratton which offers a good range of day-to-day amenities, including schools, shops, sports facilities, a supermarket, takeaway food outlets, doctor’s surgery and a wide range of businesses.

The bustling market town of Diss lies some 11 miles to the south and offers a wider range of amenities including a mainline railway station on the Norwich to London Liverpool Street line.

Eleven miles to the north is the fine cathedral city of Norwich, the regional shopping and cultural centre and home to the University of East Anglia and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

The city also offers an excellent range of schooling to sixth form level both in the state and private sector. In addition to the mainline railway station there are also good road links via the A11 and an international airport.

Brambletye is currently on the market, with a guide price set at £450,000.

For any additional information about the property or to arrange a viewing, please contact TW Gaze by calling 01379 641 341 or sending an email to prop@twgaze.co.uk

Alternatively, you can visit the estate agents at their premises in 10 Market Hill, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 4WJ.

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