Roll up your sleeves and do some renovation work and this will be a lovely Broadland family home. The position and gardens are the real draw and there's plenty of scope to extend if required. This is a blank canvas with no central heating and a very basic kitchen. Double glazing, off-road parking. Dilham is well-located for access to the market towns of Stalham and North Walsham as well as the Broads capital of Wroxham, all of which have excellent amenities.
Dilham is a Broadland village with public house/restaurant and village hall. The village is located midway between the market towns of Stalham and North Walsham and the Broads capital of Wroxham, all of which have an excellent range of local amenities. COUNCIL TAX BAND
From Wroxham/Hoveton village centre pass Roys Department Store and at the mini roundabout continue on the Stalham Road out of Hoveton. Follow the road through Beeston St Lawrence, passing the church on the right hand side, and take the left hand turning immediately after the signpost to Place UK Farms. Follow this road past Smallburgh church on the right hand side and at the T-junction turn left, following the road through Smallburgh. Take the right hand turning signposted Dilham, continue through the village, passing The Cross Keys Public House on the right hand side and the village hall on the left hand side. No.4 Bridge View will be found after the bridge over the canal, on the left hand side, indicated by an Arnolds Keys For Sale board.
The property will have to be marketed for a minimum period of 14 days before any offers are accepted by the vendors.
This property is sold with a Covenant stating that permission must be granted by Victory Housing Trust (VHT) for any proposed extensions. The new owner must apply for planning permission or obtain building regulations first, and then approach the VHT who will not unreasonably refuse providing planning permission or building regulations have been granted.
Even though the property may be freehold, there could be some communal costs (up-keep of communal grounds). We are informed by the owner that there are no ground maintenance charges for this property).
There is a septic tank charge (rateable value) for the year April 2019 to March 2020 of £274.08. The septic tank is shared between Nos. 3, 4 & 5 Bridgeview.
The Section 157 Covenant (precluding purchasers except those having lived or worked in Norfolk for three years) does NOT apply to open market sales agreed by the VHT Board and onward sales too.
Victory Housing will require all offers to be accompanied by a completed Declaration of Interest form which is available from our Wroxham Office.
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