We love a listing that leaves us wanting more. Which is exactly what we get with this once-restored five-storey mill and cottage in Diss, Norfolk.
Ok, it might be nice to have just a little more, but we’re intrigued, that’s for sure. Part of that is because of so few photos being made available, but also because these period buildings were restored back in the 1960s.
What’s on offer is a five storey mill and a Victorian cottage, both of which are within half an acre of land and with frontage to the River Waveney.
The mill was converted by the current owner in the 1960s and has apparently ‘seen little alteration since’. However, it has been vacant for the last 12 years or so and does need refurbishing. But a look at the kitchen suggests something rather distinctive here already if you can do the work or want to try your own Grand Design. Within that mill is a living room on the ground floor, a kitchen floor, three bedrooms and bathroom over two floors, along with an upper floor which has ‘panoramic views’ across Diss and beyond. it also has a new double garage attached.
The mill cottage dates from around the mid-1800s and has been empty since the 1980s, requiring a complete renovation. Guessing that’s why pictures if the interior are so thin on the ground.
All are being sold as one lot, with a guide price of £395,000.