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High Street Caister-On-Sea, Great Yarmouth
£169,950

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  • BRAND NEW
  • TWO BEDROOM
  • CENTRAL LOCATION
  • SPACIOUS LIVING AREA
  • TWO ALLOCATED PARKING SPACES
  • CLOSE TO SCHOOLS FOR ALL AGES
  • CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES

Homes & Land Residential are proud to present this select development (currently under construction) off the High Street in Caister-On-Sea of four BRAND NEW TWO bedroom COTTAGE STYLE houses.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway
Door leading into Cloakroom and Living Room with stairs directly in front upon entry.

Cloakroom
Wash hand basin, wc and front facing obscured glazed window.

Living Room
17' 3'' x 10' 2'' (5.26m x 3.09m)
Front facing window, wide opening leading into Kitchen/Diner

Kitchen/Diner
13' 10'' x 10' 4'' (4.22m x 3.16m)
Rear facing window, door leading out to rear garden

First Floor

First Floor Landing
Doors leading to bedrooms 1 and 2, bathroom and storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1
13' 10'' x 10' 4'' (4.22m x 3.16m)
Window to the rear

Bedroom 2
13' 10'' x 9' 5'' (4.22m x 2.86m)
Front facing window

Bathroom
Bath with shower, wc and wash hand basin

Externally
Two allocated parking spaces to the rear, enclosed rear gardens with close boarded fencing and gates.

Location
Caister-on-Sea has wide, sandy, unspoilt beaches with grassy dunes, perfect for the family and dog walkers. The village has plenty of shops, restaurants, cafés, pubs, supermarkets and other amenities. The village is also home to Caister Lifeboat, a proudly independent coastal rescue crew with a vistor centre. The name Caister comes from the Latin word ‘Castra’ which means fortress. The Romans first settled in the Greater Yarmouth area in the first century, building a ‘Saxon Shore’ fort in Caister in around AD200 which was occupied by a unit of the Roman army and navy, forming one of the chief Iceni towns until the end of the 4th century. The partial excavated remains, including wall and ditch sections and building foundations can still be seen.


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Name Location Type Distance
High Street Caister-On-Sea
Great Yarmouth NR30 5EL
County: Norfolk
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: H&L275

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