Description

With decades of local history hidden deep within its walls, this charming home simply exudes character, evident from the moment you stand beneath the graceful, arched stained glass window. Whilst most of the historical features have been lovingly maintained, successive owners have carefully restored fine architectural elements, from the period tiled hallway, the original Victorian greenhouse complete with grape vine to the magnificent fireplaces you find in almost every room. The most striking feature in our opinion has to be the Perpendicular staircase, a significant triumph in terms of structure and elegance combined.
And yet despite all of these historical features, this home hasn’t been preserved in time. Small but sensitive alterations to the layout of this home have been carefully incorporated, for example opening up of the dining area to the kitchen, making this a thoroughly modern home. Aside from the jaw dropping entrance hall, the kitchen is the very heart of this home, with space to dine and entertain and a natural flow from one room to another including the garden room, an original feature beautifully framed by the most intricate cornicing we think we have ever seen. The sitting room offers space for the all the family to enjoy with a natural flow out to the terrace through the French style doors, whilst the family room to the front offers a quieter, cosier space to share.
Rising upwards, enjoying the fun of the never ending staircase, six double bedrooms spread amongst two more floors allowing plenty of room for your family to spread out and breathe in addition to the luxe family bath suite complete with shower and roll-top tub. Storage is
another aspect to love about this house, there is loads of it and it is all so accessible too.

Key Features

  • A stunning Arts & Crafts home, dating back to 1915
  • Steeped in local history with a wealth of character features
  • Stunning Perpendicular staircase
  • Impressive fireplaces, stained glass windows, period tiling and character radiators
  • Six bedrooms laid out over three floors of spacious accomodation
  • Gas central heating, double glazed and some secondary glazing
  • Detached cabin, fully insulated with power and light
  • South facing, generous rear garden
  • Driveway and garage
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Outside...

The Cabin

An ideal work from home space, fully insulated with light and power connected, the cabin is like an detached extension of the house which could serve as a myriad of uses to suit individual needs.

Outside

Standing so handsomely and proud, you will no doubt fall in love with this beautiful Arts & Crafts home from the moment you step upon the tiled footpath. With a driveway and garage to the side, public parking is also available on the road at the front.
Beyond the elevated terrace to the rear, the garden is well established with plenty of plants and shrubs. A small fence sub-divides the garden from the cabin to an area with artificial grass where the timber pergola offers more scope to suit a number of uses, next to the chicken coup.

Franks Thoughts...

One glance at that staircase and we were already in love, but then there was the cornicing, fireplaces, period tiling and the Victorian garden room, we were then head over heels…
If you don’t buy this, Frank will!!!

8 Station Rd

8 Station Rd, Lowestoft NR32 4QF, 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.