'Highly desirable' Victorian home to go under the hammer
- Credit: Auction House East Anglia
A four-bedroom home dating back to the Victorian era – and in need of minor updating – will go under the hammer at auction next month.
The detached property on Thunder Lane, on the edge of Norwich, occupies a large corner plot and is described as a "highly desirable" family home by selling agents Auction House East Anglia.
It is listed for sale at a guide price of £475,000 and will go up for sale at auction on Wednesday, December 8.
The property is believed to date from the mid-19th century and has been owned by the same family for a number of years.
It has four double bedrooms, two reception rooms and a fully fitted kitchen, as well as bathrooms to both the ground and first floors, a utility room and external cloakroom.
The grounds are generous and include a corner garden with large lawns and hedging, as well as a driveway and parking area. A detached double garage also offers loft storage.
Auction House East Anglia's online livestreamed auction will begin at 11am on Wednesday, December 8.
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Thunder Lane, Norwich
Guide price: £475,000-£525,000
Auction House East Anglia, 01603 950107
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