Make a move to Mount Pleasant
It's hot, it's the summer hols and the kids are at home so it might feel like it's not the time to think about moving house. But, estate agents say the summer is the time to put your house on the market with the aim of moving house before the year is out. We don't know what Brexit is going to bring (but it hasn't brought anything but uncertainty over the past two years and nothing more) so why wait - interest rates are currently still at a historic low and if anything, the costs of moving are only going to increase. So why wait? Let's Get Moving!
Esteemed estate agent Ken Shipman from Shipmans has chosen this Grade II listed house on the sought after Mount Pleasant in the Golden Triangle of Norwich as a house to move to. It is priced to sell at a guide of £425,000 because it requires some updating inside - but it could make a fantastic family home and it should increase in value.
It is one of a pair of semi-detached homes which was built in the mid-19th century set back from the road and accessed via a brick pathway to the four-panelled front door with fanlight over. "There is a lounge with an ornate fireplace and large sash windows making it great for entertaining," said Mr Shipman.
"The dining room is the next room and has a traditional decorative fireplace and ornate ceiling rose. The property's high ceilings, which are throughout the property, make the room very open and spacious." There are three bedrooms and outside, a garage and gardens.
Make that move!