Entrance is via the front elevation into the hallway with staircase leading to the first floor landing, radiator and doors to living room and kitchen. The kitchen has double glazed windows to front and side aspect with a door also to the side aspect and comprises a range of wall and base units with working surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, radiator and space for an oven. Double glazed windows in the living room are to the rear aspect, there is a radiator and chimney breast (currently not in use). The staircase from the hallway leads to the first floor landing with doors leading off and access to loft space. There are two bedrooms each with double glazed windows and radiators and a bathroom with double glazed window to rear aspect, fitted three piece suite comprising bath with shower over, WC, washbasin and radiator. The property benefits from front and rear gardens which are mainly laid to lawn.
The property is of non-standard construction with double glazing and gas central heating. Council Tax Band: A
Holt's fine 18th century Georgian buildings make the town one of the most attractive in north Norfolk. Home to many art galleries, antique shops, boutiques and places to eat. Just outside the town is the North Norfolk Railway station where you can catch the Poppy Line steam and diesel train services to Weybourne and Sheringham.
All buyers should be aware that they must declare any personal interest they may have with Victory Housing. Victory Housing may not be able to sell the property to you if you are an employee or board member of the trust or if you are a contractor, consultant or supplier or indeed if you are close personal friend of an employee or any of the above. Any purchaser will be required to complete a declaration of interest form.
The property is being sold directly by the Local Housing Authority, this means the property will be required to be marketed for a minimum of 2 weeks, after which offers will be considered.
This property is sold with a Covenant stating that permission must be granted by Victory Housing Trust (VHT) for any proposed extensions. The new owner must apply for planning permission or obtain building regulations first, and then approach the VHT who will not unreasonably refuse providing planning permission or building regulations have been granted.
An additional Covenant states that any new owners will be precluded from subdividing the plot and erecting further dwellings. Any new owners would need to contact Victory Housing Trust to request release the covenant if required (Costs are applicable)
Even though the property may be freehold, there could be some communal costs (up-keep of communal grounds).
The Covenant precluding purchasers except those having lived or worked in Norfolk for three years does not apply to open market sales agreed by the VHT Board.
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