A two bedroom mid terraced house in need of modernisation in a highly desirable location close to the centre of this historic harbour town.
Built circa 1900, 3 Ommanney Road presents itself as a wonderful opportunity for a new owner to modernise it and put their own stamp on this period terraced house. The property has lovely period features including parquet flooring, original fire places and the principle rooms to the house enjoy a south facing aspect. Ommanney Road is located within a few minutes’ walk of the centre of Yarmouth, the Yacht Club and dingy sailing club, shops, restaurants, pubs and mainland ferry terminal.
The ground floor comprises of a good sized south facing sitting room with feature fire place, dining room and a good aspect towards the garden, a large kitchen/diner with a rear door into the garden. A utility/shower room is accessed at the end of the kitchen along with a WC. There is good range of dated wall and base fitted units, a stainless sink with drainer to the side. The first floor has two good sized double bedrooms with a large bathroom. Both bedrooms have large built in wardrobes and enjoy an attractive outlook.
The property has a good sized garden with access out onto an alleyway which leads through to South Street. There is a large garden shed and plenty of external space to extend or adapt the house (subject to obtaining necessary consents).
SERVICES Mains gas, drainage, water and electricity serve the property.
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment only with the selling agents, Spence Willard.
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