This charming Victorian home can be found quietly nestled at the end of a tree lined row of peaceful period homes. The beautifully curated interior means the property has retained a refined feel with careful consideration towards the historical character features and grand proportions. The elegant Herringbone flooring against a backdrop of Farrow & Balls Green Smoke décor makes for a graceful entrance hall whilst the sitting which is open through to the family room, basks in light which pours through the large bay window, highlighting the magnificent period fireplaces. At the back of the house, the eat-in kitchen has been similarly finished with a gentle reminder to the Victorian heritage of this home, with traditional style cabinets blending beautifully with the Blue Gray Farrow & Ball tones.
Upstairs, three double bedrooms all lead from the proportional landing, in addition to the family sized shower suite.
Overall, the mixture of calming yet traditional Farrow & Ball palette with the odd splash of William Norris wallpaper create a sophisticated yet functional family home.

Key Features

  • A stunning restoration
  • Sensitively restored with calming Farrow & Ball tones
  • Elegant hall entrance
  • Three double bedrooms, all from the landing
  • Stunning landscaped gardens
  • Extensive outside space with a variety of outbuildings
  • Spacious kitchen dining room complete with Pantry
  • A charming tree lined road
  • Packed with charming character features
  • Gas central heating and uPVC double glazed


Well set back from the leafy road, the period charm of this home is immediately apparent from the moment you step upon the front path. The elegant sash windows complete with flowering window boxes compliment the arched traditional front door, finished in Farrow & Ball Pigeon, setting a delightful first impression to the exterior of this home.
The garden to the rear is vast in size and beautifully landscaped with a wide variety of shrubs and greenery. An array of brick and timber outbuildings are dotted throughout, with plenty of options for storage and a quiet space to recline and enjoy the peaceful surroundings this home offers. A detached garage resides right at the back and also benefits from rear access which really opens up the options here. A real nod to the fascinating history of this home and surroundings is the concrete bunker which can be found next to the dining terrace, a slice of our heritage and an interesting feature to this home.

Franks Thoughts...

Having always admired the beautiful rows of pretty houses on this tree lined street, it is an absolute privilege to market this stunning home. The time and consideration the current owners have given to not only preserve but restore both inside and out of this charming home is clearly evident. An artful restoration executed perfectly

Kirkley Park Road

Kirkley Park Road, Lowestoft NR33 0LG, UK

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