Perhaps named after King Lear’s favourite daughter or its links with heart? Whichever way you interpret the address, we think your heart and head will love this home. It’s a classic pre-war semi-detached property, in close proximity to the railway station and shops.
Local schooling at FitzWimarc and Sweyne Park is close by with the property being sandwiched between the two and, appropriately, close to the Sandwich Pod café on the A129, London Road or Cafe No11, if you fancy a change.
Only eight semi-detached properties occupy the Crescent itself and the property faces and backs on to bungalows, meaning privacy is assured.
The house has been a much loved home for 16 years, on a quiet road, in a good neighbourhood, and one the owner is reluctantly leaving.
It has restored fireplaces downstairs and upstairs, wooden flooring in the hallway and original stripped pine doors. The windows are new and double glazed but their lead detailing matches the originals. One fireplace works with solid fuels and another is ornamental with gas living flame.
This property on Cordelia Crescent is a cosy house, with sealed windows, full gas central heating and loft insulation.
You can park off road and there’s an extension and mature garden at the rear, that offers great privacy with established trees and shrubs. The shed is a feature you will want to check out too.
“I will miss the homeliness and cosiness of the house” says the current owner, “we have excellent neighbours and the location is great – so close to town and schools.”
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