A substantial waterside plot occupying a south facing position with mooring, off road parking and summer house set on the water in a quiet and private location just off the River Bure.
- Generous waterside plot
- 50ft x 75ft approximately
- South facing aspect
- Detached timber summer house
- 26ft side on mooring
- Off road parking
About this Property
A substantial waterside plot with mooring, parking and a detached cedar clad summer house set on the water in a quiet and private location just off the River Bure.
The plot measures approximately 50ft x 75ft with a 26ft side on mooring.
A truly tranquil setting enjoying a south facing aspect set just off the River Bure.
Early viewing recommended.
Summer House: 16’0 x 12’0″
Dual aspect with picture window to front aspect with attractive views out over the water.
Kitchen area with sink unit and drainer with storage cupboards under.
Shower enclosure, low level w/c and hand basin. Hot water tank.
The private quay heading extends to approximately 50ft with a 26ft side on mooring which could be enlarged subject to planning permission.
The plot is laid mainly to lawn and is enclosed by mature trees.
Crabbetts Marsh is set on the outskirts of Horning, arguably the Broads’ most sought after riverside village.
A wide range of facilities are within easy reach, including three riverside pubs, delicatessen, coffee shop, village store and two restaurants.
The property is approached via a private woodchipped roadway with an annual contribution for maintenance of approximately £360.00.
The summer house is not suitable for overnight use.
This property cannot be used as a holiday let.
Whilst it is our intention that these sales particulars offer a fair and accurate account, they are provided for guidance purposes only and do not constitute part of any offer or contract.
All measurements are approximate and we have not tested any equipment or services, and no warranty is given or implied that these are in working order.
Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves by inspection or by further investigation via their solicitor or surveyor.