Home in historic setting
This three-storey Victorian property in the heart of Wisbech has views overlooking the river and backs on to historic Peckover House.
On the market with Maxey Grounds & Co, the property also benefits from off road parking, exposed beams, inglenook fireplace private rear garden.
To the front, the property has a storm porch with solid wooden door and its original door bell. Inside, there is an inner porch which leads into the lounge which features a sash window with original shutters, a beamed ceiling, an inglenok fireplace with solid fuel wood burner and built-in cupboards. The stairs to the first floor are also in the lounge.
Beyond is a TV/snug room – with shelving and built-in cupboards – which is open plan to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, with work surfaces, and built-in appliances including dish washer, washing machine, fridge/freezer, electric oven and gas hob with extractor over.
Upstairs, on the first floor, bedroom one has a sash window with shutters, beamed ceiling, original iron-style fireplace with wooden surround, large built-in cupboard and a triple built-in wardrobe.
Bedroom two, which overlooks the rear of the property, also has a triple built-in wardrobe.
The bathroom has a separate tiled shower cubicle, with power shower, bath, wash hand basin and low-level WC.
Up a further staircase is an attic-style bedroom with small window to the front and built-in wardrobe.
Outside, the property has a private enclosed rear garden with patio area, with raised borders, steps down to an area with borders, then an ornate archway leading to further garden where there is a concrete area, garden shed and side gate with security light, power and a cold water tap.