A prestigious and elegant period property located centrally on one of Norwichs best streets
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Nelson House is a prominent property located on Mount Pleasant; a street in Norwichs Golden Triangle that is highly regarded for its proximity to excellent schools, boutique shops, public houses and cafes, as well as the city only ½ a mile away. Dating from the mid-19th Century, Nelson House is constructed of rendered brick elevations with yellow brick façade under a hipped slate roof. The front façade is symmetrical with a slightly projecting centre bay that has a round headed window below pediment and above a panelled door with fanlight in a recessed brick arch, flanked by bay windows and plain first floor windows above with rendered architraves and small hoods on consoles.
Inside the accommodation is finished to an exacting standard throughout with a number of period features such as high ceilings, cornicing, picture rail and ceiling roses. There are a number of excellent rooms including the sitting room with open fireplace and dining room, which are both carpeted and flooded with natural light from the large wooden sash bay windows. The Brian Turner kitchen is modern and is open to the extended breakfast room and snug with French doors out to the garden. Beyond is the rear entrance door with boot area and separate utility room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en suite shower room and walk in wardrobe, three further double bedrooms all enjoying high ceilings and a separate family contemporary bathroom.
Nelson House is approached through brick pillar entrance onto a shingle parking area with space for a number of vehicles. There is a side entrance gate to a shed with electrics and wood store. The garden to the rear is mostly laid to lawn with shrub and tree borders as well as terrace and back gate access.
Mount Pleasant is one of the most sought after addresses in Norwich, being located between the Newmarket and Unthank Roads and adjacent to the renowned private school, the Norwich High School for Girls. About 300 yards to the south east, located off the Newmarket Road, is Town Close Prep School for boys and girls. There are a number of fine public houses and restaurants in the area and Norwich provides excellent shopping, schooling and leisure facilities. Norwich is designated as a UNESCO City of Literature and is Englands first. The rail link between Norwich and Cambridge has a journey time of about 1 hour 25 minutes and London Liverpool Street with a journey time of around 1 hour 50 minutes. Norwich also has an airport serving both domestic and international destinations.
From Norwich, head south west on the Newmarket Road and turn right onto Mount Pleasant where Nelson House can be found on the right hand side at number 28 opposite the left hand turning onto Albemarle Road.Read all
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