Set on a popular site in the town of Cromer sits this semi detached chalet in an elevated position with views over all communal areas A well-presented two bedroom chalet with laminate wood flooring and double glazed windows and doors. There are two double bedrooms, an open-plan sitting room with under floor heating, fitted kitchen with built-in appliances. The chalet has been updated throughout in recent years to include double glazing, insulated roof and shower room. There is allocated car parking and communal grassed areas to the front. The chalet backs onto the wooded area and a gate leads from the site close by onto the cliff top walks and down into the town and beach. The property is Lease hold with a maintenance and service charge of £1400 approx. per year.
Cromer is a bustling fishermans town dating back to the Victorian era with its attractive streets and buildings the town is popular among holiday tourists and out of area buyers. With a variety of shops and amenities within easy reach of the property, Cromer boasts a cinema, theatre, boutiques, gift shops, butchers, a doctors surgery, hospital and pharmacies, schooling and its famous blue flag beaches with pebbled shore lines and the traditional Victorian Pier. Offering a bus station which services the surrounding towns and villages and also a train station which is serviced by the Bittern Line and connects to Sheringham and Norwich with further connecting links to London.
Based on not being a first time buyer, and a purchase price of £250,000, the stamp duty payable would be:
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