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Hall Farm Road, Melton, IP12

OIRO £225,000 Freehold (Under Offer)

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An unusual development opportunity in the popular village of Melton to remodel a semi-detached house

THE ENTRANCE PORCH with sealed double glazed front door, matching side panels and a further door with leaded and coloured glass panels opening into

THE HALL with a staircase to the first floor with a recess below, storage heater, fitted carpet, telephone point and door into

THE LIVING ROOM about 12ft 3ins by 9ft 7ins average with a canted corner to the room, sealed double glazed windows on two elevations, storage heater and fitted carpet.

THE SITTING ROOM-DINING ROOM about 16ft maximum by 11ft 1ins maximum with a tiled fireplace surround, built-in cupboard to one side with arched heading and glass shelves to the upper part, sealed double glazed windows with views down the rear garden, two storage heaters, aerial lead-in, picture rail, fitted carpet and two built-in cupboards, one with a shelved interior.

The staircase, with fitted carpet, rises from the Hall to the Landing with access to the roof space and doors to

BEDROOM 1 about 14ft 8ins maximum by 11ft 4ins with a tiled fireplace, sealed double glazed windows on two sides, telephone point and deep built-in cupboard to one corner.

BEDROOM 2 about 11ft maximum by 9ft 5ins maximum, the dimensions including the built-in Airing Cupboard to one corner of the room, with an insulated hot water cylinder, immersion heater and slatted shelving. Sealed double glazed window to the rear and fitted carpet.

BEDROOM 3 about 8ft 8ins by 7ft 10ins with a sealed double glazed window to the rear.

THE SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage. Electric storage heaters. Immersion heater. Telephone point. Aerial connection.

CAR PARKING the vendors will be responsible for ensuring that a crossover is installed, together with a parking space for two vehicles in front of the property, in accordance with the Planning Consent.

THE GARDEN there is a long rear garden with established trees and shrubs which will form a good basis for creating an imaginative landscaping scheme. The purchasers of the plot will be erecting the boundary fence

IMPORTANT NOTE The services, equipment, apparatus and appliances have not been tested. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves either by inspection or preferably by seeking advice from suitably qualified people to the efficiency, condition, fitness for purpose of the equipment, fixed apparatus, appliances or services.

COUNCIL TAX Band B for the property as existing.

TENURE Freehold with VACANT POSSESSION on completion of the purchase.

VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents please.

REFERENCE

J 12688 170118

Planning Permission, Reference DC/17/3255/FUL, was obtained to remove the single storey side extension at the property, which created sufficient space for a building plot alongside the house. The Plot has now been sold and will be developed. The purchasers of the plot alongside 44 Hall Farm Road will be responsible for the demolition of the single storey part of this property which currently houses the Kitchen and Bathroom and will also install the entrance crossover. The sellers will install the parking area in accordance with the Planning Permission. The house will then need to be remodelled resulting in the property comprising a Hall, Cloakroom, Living Room and Kitchen-Dining Room on the ground floor with three Bedrooms served by a first floor Bathroom. Plans, produced by Patrick Allen & Associates, the well known Architects based in Kesgrave, are shown below along with an energy efficiency rating graph which relates to the whole of the property including the side extension which is to be demolished. Hall Farm Road is approached from Woods Lane which links with the A12 and the traffic lights in the centre of the village. The primary school is only a short walk away with the river, railway station and butcher's shop found in Station Road, a general store and fish and chip shop in The Street, a small independent store opposite the playing fields and recreation ground and a Spar Store built alongside the Garage. Melton has very good facilities and is effectively a satellite of Woodbridge, a market town of some considerable character, sited on the west bank of the River Deben. The facilities in Woodbridge are extremely good including a number of independent shops trading alongside the national names, schools for students of all ages, a variety of restaurants, a library, swimming pool, cinema and like Melton a railway station with links through to Ipswich, Suffolk's county town. The coast at Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Felixstowe is within comfortable travelling distance and there are good opportunities to play sport in the surrounding area. The accommodation, which remains following the demolition of the side extension, will be as follows.

Viewing
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Features
  • Semi-Detached House
  • Development Opportunity
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 parking spaces
  • Planning Permission to remodel interior
  • Long rear garden
  • Exciting project

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