FULL DESCRIPTION
Double fronted Grade II Listed coastal town house with 3 bedroom accommodation over 3 storeys and west facing courtyard garden.

34 High Street is an elegant Grade II Listed double fronted town house, rendered cream under a pantiled roof, situated on the High Street in Wells-next-the-Sea. Once the hub of commercial activity, the High Street is now a highly sought after residential Conservation Area lined with period properties, many of which are similarly Listed. There is well proportioned adaptable accommodation briefly comprising kitchen which is open plan to the dining room, double aspect sitting room, west facing garden room, ground floor bathroom, 2 first floor bedrooms and a large 3rd bedroom/studio on the second floor with rooftop views. The property retains many period features such as exposed beams, sitting room fireplace, latch doors and sash windows.
Outside, there is a charming walled west facing courtyard garden with a small outside store.
The centre of town is just a short stroll away making number 34 an ideal permanent home close to all of the amenities on offer or a character 2nd home with holiday lettings potential.
34 High Street is being offered for sale with no onward chain.

ENTRANCE HALL
Period entrance doorway to the front of the property with fluted pilasters, boot scraper and outside light. Period timber door leading directly off the High Street into the entrance hall with telephone point, doors to sitting room and dining room. Half glazed door leading into:

INNER LOBBY
Coat rack and bench, understairs storage cupboard, feature arched window looking into the dining room and opening to:

KITCHEN
2.95m x 3.81m (9' 8 x 12' 6) Hand built antiqued pine base units with hardwood worktops incorporating a double sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Integrated electric oven, gas hob, space for a fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Radiator, spotlights, vinyl flooring, 2 fitted corner cupboards, central ceiling beam and window overlooking the rear garden. Wide opening to:

DINING AREA
2.95m x 2.79m (9' 8 x 9' 2) Beamed ceiling, spotlights, radiator and large window overlooking the High Street with original low deep sills.

REAR LOBBY
Meter boxes, vinyl flooring and half glazed door leading out to the rear garden. Door to:

BATHROOM
A white suite comprising WC, wash basin built into a pine vanity unit, bath with Mira electric shower over, extensive tiles, electric heated towel rail and gas-fired boiler. High level window to the garden with obscured glass.

SITTING ROOM
3.48m x 3.81m (11' 5 x 12' 6) Original cast iron fireplace with large shelved inset cupboards to either side, shaped bressumer beam over the fireplace, original arched alcove with cupboard under. Radiator, television point, sash window with secondary glazing overlooking the High Street and a pamment tiled step up to multi glazed door leading into:

GARDEN ROOM
3.87m x 1.89m (12' 8" x 6' 2") Timber construction with double glazed windows on a low brick and cobble wall overlooking the garden. Glazed roof with fitted blinds, 2 electric radiators, pine floorboards and French doors leading out to the garden.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Accessed from a door from the kitchen with high level window to the west.

BEDROOM 1
3.63m x 4.24m (11' 11 x 13' 11) 2 original walk-in cupboards, radiator and sash window overlooking the High Street with original shutters and window seat.

BEDROOM 2
3.00m x 4.29m (9' 10 x 14' 1) Fitted drawer and cupboard units with a fitted airing cupboard with radiator. Sash window overlooking the High Street with original shutters and window seat, radiator and opening to:

EN SUITE CLOAKROOM
Wash basin, WC, curtained understairs storage, wall hooks and sash window overlooking the High Street.

SECOND FLOOR BEDROOM 3/STUDIO
8.23m x 2.57m (27' x 8' 5) Accessed from a door off the first floor landing with winder staircase. Flexible room previously used as an artist's studio but also lends itself to a large attractive 3rd bedroom. Boarded floor, telephone point, 2 radiators, spotlights. Wide window the full width of the room overlooking the rear courtyard with rooftop views towards distant woodland.

OUTSIDE
The property has an attractive mainly walled west facing courtyard garden to the rear which is part gravelled with patio area, water feature, brick edged beds, outside tap, trellis screened area for the storage of refuse bins and a small outbuilding. As is common with the properties on the High Street, number 34 has the benefit of a pedestrian right of way across the garden of the neighbouring property to the south. Unrestricted parking may be taken in Church Plain, a short walk away, or on the Buttlands to the rear of the property.


Viewing
Please contact us on 01328 710666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Disclaimer
Whilst these particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair description of the property, these do not form any part of any offer or contract nor may they be regarded as statements of representation of fact. 2. Belton Duffey have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. All measurements or distances given are approximate only. 3. No person in the employment of Belton Duffey has the authority to make or give representation or warranty in respect of this property. Any interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of any information given.
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