Five-bed Victorian home with two flats in Golden Triangle on sale for £1.3m
- Credit: Savills
A five-bedroom Victorian Home in Norwich is for sale for £1.3m after not being on the market for 47 years.
The property, in Christchurch Road, has two apartments with separate entrances to the main house.
The Golden Triangle home is entered through an entrance hall, with an original staircase and stained glass window.
The main house includes a large drawing room, a morning room, a dining room, and a pantry.
Apartment A, at the back of the house, has a reception room, a small kitchen, a bedroom and an en suite.
All five bedrooms are on the first floor of the main house, as well as an en suite and balcony for the master bedroom.
There is also a cupboard and the family bathroom.
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Apartment B, directly above Apartment A, contains a bedroom, a small reception room, a kitchen and a bathroom.
There is a wine cellar and the boiler in the basement and the garage has two spaces for vehicles.
The house is in a plot of about 0.66 acres and consists of mature shrubs and trees to allow for greater privacy.
Christchurch Road, Norwich
Guide Price: £1,300,000
Savills, 01603 229229, www.savills.com
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