Description

A fine example of an elegant 1930’s home, with light and airy proportions highlighting the carefully retained period features against a backdrop of neutral tones with the odd splash of dramatic colour. Occupying a fantastic plot, the handsome frontage stands out immediately whilst the stained-glass porthole window pops against the Art Deco inspired lines. Stepping inside, the spacious entrance hall makes you feel instantly welcome and the carefully chosen modern aesthetics sit entirely at home next to the charming period features such as the aged wooden picture rails and balustrades.
Opened through to create a bright and airy space with room for all the family, the dual aspect sitting dining area is ideal for those looking for space to sprawl out within. The large window to the front elevation allows the natural light to literally sweep through this room, through to the French doors at the rear which perfectly lead out to the raised decked terrace. The solid cast iron radiators add further charm to this room and compliment the pretty period tiling in the fireplace and panelled doors, complete with period ironmongery. The kitchen is functional in size with a great flow out to the decked terrace which completely encompasses the rear elevation, ideal for those enjoy a natural flow out to the garden and really opens up the view too. A favourite feature of ours is the pantry, great for additional storage.
Upstairs, all the bedrooms are a good size and brimming with more natural light that spills through all the large windows. The family bathroom is also a good size and is treated to the charming porthole window, which fills this room with a kaleidoscope of colour through the stained glass, another favourite feature of ours.

Key Features

  • Elegant Art Deco features
  • Bright and airy proportions
  • Driveway and variety of timber outbuildings
  • Sunny west facing garden
  • Gas central heating and uPVC double glazed
  • A popular residential location
  • Three good size bedrooms
  • Potential to extend STP
  • Charming character features throughout
  • Viewing essential

Outside...

Standing proudly beyond the lawned front garden, this house really stands out amongst the rest. The driveway allows space to park off road, although ample on road parking is equally available. The garden to the rear is full of mature shrubs which have been carefully landscaped around the wide variety of timber sheds. The summer house with decking next to the ornate fish pond offers a quiet place to unwind, whilst the raised terrace next to the house is great to enjoy to the sunny west facing aspect.

Franks Thoughts...

This home is a real gem, obviously well loved over the years and full of love, light and memories, ready for its new custodian to enjoy and realise further potential.
It’s a special one.x

Agents Note - A section 21 applies to this listing, whereby the Seller is a relative of an Estate Agent.

56 Laurel Rd

56 Laurel Rd, Lowestoft NR33 0NG, UK

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The Legal Part

While we endeavour to maintain accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these are intended as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection. Fixtures and fittings are to be agreed with the seller. Total floorplan measurements have been rounded for ease and distances are also provided as an approximate. The services, systems and appliances listed within our specifications have not been tested by us and therefore provide no guarantee to their operating ability or efficiency.