Set back beyond the driveway, framed by the quaint picket fencing, Hope Cottage has a heart-of-the-home warmth with a touch of country living. Carefully looked after by the current owner, the fundamental basics of this charming cottage have been sensitively retained, from the stripped pine doors and picture rails to the pretty ornate fireplaces that are scattered throughout this home. The ground floor layout is traditional to the age of the cottage, the cosy sitting room is the first room you step into, full of natural light which pours through the tall sash windows, highlighting the first array of charming period details. The dining room is a wonderful size with a natural flow to the garden through the double doors but also quite open plan to the kitchen, great for those who are looking for a sociable dining space. The kitchen has a charming rustic appeal, with chunky solid wood worksurfaces encompassing the butler sink and pretty assorted handles on the cabinetry. The kitchen links to a handy rear lobby which leads to the garden and the ground floor cloakroom, an essential feature for most.
Upstairs, a past reconfiguration has opened up the layout so both double bedrooms now lead from the landing in addition to the bath and shower room, which is also a really great size with space for both a roll-top tub and shower unit.

Key Features

  • Full of charming character features
  • Driveway for off-road parking
  • Two double bedrooms, both leading from the landing
  • Ground floor cloakroom, first floor bath and shower room
  • Pretty enclosed garden to the rear
  • Fantastic location on the doorstep of The Broads National Park
  • Close to lots of local amenities
  • Gas central heating and uPVC double glazed
  • Offered chain free
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The pretty façade lies beyond the brick weave driveway where you can park two cars in tandem. The garden to the rear is a wonderful oasis where character still peeks through from the old brick terrace. The picket fence defines the lawned area where you will find well stocked borders and a couple of handy sheds for storage.

Franks Thoughts...

So conveniently situated, just a short stroll from The Broads National Park and so many local amenities on your doorstep, but it’s the quaint features and charming rustic tones that we really love about this home.

69 Beccles Rd

69 Beccles Rd, Lowestoft NR33 8QU, UK

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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.