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To Be Sold At Auction
A Two Bedroom Bungalow Standing on a Large Double Plot, Potential for Development
Southery is a village located 8 miles to the south of Downham Market with access to the towns and cities of Peterborough, Thetford, Cambridge and King's Lynn. The A10 leads to Cambridge with access to the M11 leading to London. The nearest train station is located in Littlepoint, 6 miles from Southery and connects to Cambridge and London. There are also good bus routes to other towns and cities from the village. Southery benefits from good village amenities including a primary school and academy secondary schools some 6 miles away. Further amenities are available in Downham Market including shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants and leisure and recreational amenities.
Although it needs updating and improving, this two bedroom detached bungalow offers a wonderful development opportunity. The property stands on a large double plot and had outline planning permission granted which has now lapsed. The bungalow benefits from uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. The accommodation comprises two double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, side porch and bathroom. There is also a garage and driveway.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
Entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, porch, two bedrooms and bathroom with WC.
Lawned front garden with driveway to the side giving access to a single attached garage. Further mature gardens surround the property.
Energy Efficiency Rating E
Strictly by appointment with our joint agents Abbotts Downham Market
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