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3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale 17 1285000Musker McIntyre, Norkfolk & Suffolkrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Norwich - 6.8 Miles
Loddon - 6.2 Miles

Situated in a quiet Cul-de-sac location in Rockland St Mary, close to Norwich and The Broads, this corner plot bungalow offers potential to put your own mark in nearly 1300 sq ft (sts) of total floor space. Beautiful gardens front and rear with ample off road parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Accommodation comprises briefly of:

- Entrance Hallway
- Dual Aspect Sitting/Dining Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Master Bedroom with Wet Room
- Two Further Bedrooms
- Bathroom
- Garage with Utility/Boot Room
- Ample Off Road Parking in Driveway
- Front & Rear Gardens


Location
Rockland St Mary is a very popular village located equidistant between the Cathedral City of Norwich and the market town of Loddon in the arc of the River Yare. The village has good facilities including a village shop with post office and café, Doctors surgery, regular bus service to Norwich, a primary school and school bus service to Framingham Earl High School. The village pub, The New Inn is situated at the end of the Staithe which leads to Rockland Broad and the River Yare. There are excellent walks and the whole of the South Norfolk Broads are within easy reach. Norwich is approximately 7 miles distant and provides a full range of cultural and commercial facilities including a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street (approx. 1 hour 55 minutes).

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.

EPC Rating: TBC

Local Authority:
South Norfolk District Council
Tax Band:
Postcode: NR14 7HB

Agents Note
It is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
 


5 Bedroom House For Sale
5 bedroom house for sale 45 675000Mills Knight, Norwichrightmove

CHARACTER, PARTLY THATCHED, DETACHED PERIOD HOUSE WITH MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES ,SET ON CORNER PLOT EXTENDING TO APPROX ONE ACRE (sts) IN THE POPULAR BROADLAND VILLAGE OF SURLINGHAM, 6 MILES SOUTH EAST OF NORWICH, OFFERING VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION BE IT FOR A LARGE FAMILY, DUEL FAMILY OR WORKING FROM HOME.

ENTRANCE HALL, SITTING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, BOOT ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILING, 5 BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, SHOWER ROOM, SEPARATE W.C. OIL CENTRAL HEATING, PARKING FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES, OUTBUILDING WITH POTENTIAL FOR USE AS OFFICES OR FURTHER ACCOMMODATION. (STP) EPC RATING E

DIRECTIONS
Leave Norwich on the A146 Lowestoft Road, take left hand turning to Bramerton/Surlingham. On entering Bramerton take left fork to Surlingham, follow road and when entering village keep right and pass the school on the right. Mill House is the white house with brick wall, situated on the corner of School Lane and Mill Road.

SITUATION

Mill House is ideally situated in the centre of the village which benefits from local primary school, approx 200 yards, and pick up point for Langley and Framingham Earl High Schools. The village has a local shop/post office, two riverside pubs, time share swimming pool, sailing club, winery, nature reserves, farm shop and patisserie.

ACCOMMODATION

A large shingled drive leads to ;

PORCH
With Oak door to

ENTRANCE HALL
Cupboards for oil boiler and airing/hot water tank, window to front, radiator, stairs to first floor, doors off to;

BEDROOM 5/STUDY
Window to side, radiator, pine doors and oak skirting, separate w.c, wash hand basin.

SITTING ROOM
Large brick fireplace with alcoves each side, alcove shelving, window to front and french doors to rear garden, oak skirting boards and stripped pine doors, double radiator, door to

DINING ROOM
French door to rear garden, radiator, oak skirting, opening to

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
Country family kitchen, range of custom built washed pine floor and wall units, wooden worktops and Belfast sink, tiled splashbacks, two built in oak cupboards, integrated fridge and dishwasher, slide in electric double oven with extractor fan, brick fireplace with oak beam housing wood burner, oak floor boards and skirting boards, radiator, windows to front and rear, door to boot room and French doors to rear lobby.

BOOT ROOM
Plumbing for washing machine, freezer space, pine stable door to front, pament flooring, window to side.

LOBBY
French door to rear garden and large patio area, stone flooring and back door to side garden, under floor heating, French doors to family room.

SHOWER ROOM
Oak door, stone flooring, large tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, hand basin unit, w.c, double glazed window to side garden, under floor heating, recessed lighting, extractor fan, oak skirting.

FAMILY/TV ROOM
Velux windows to ceiling, double glazed windows to rear garden and French doors to rear garden and patio area, brick wall with oak beam over fireplace housing a calor gas wood burner, stone flooring, underfloor heating, oak beams to vaulted ceiling, oak skirting and oak door to

BEDROOM 4
Double glazed window to rear garden, stone flooring, oak beams to vaulted ceiling, oak skirting, underfloor heating.

FIRST FLOOR

HALLWAY
With doors off to

BEDROOM 1
Dual aspect windows and feature fireplace with wardrobe cupboards each side, stripped pine doors, double radiators.

BEDROOM 2
Double glazed window to rear garden, dressing room with tiled shower and arch to sleeping area, radiator, stripped pine door, oak skirtings.

BEDROOM 3
Window to rear, built in wardrobe cupboard, radiator, pine door.

FAMILY BATHROOM
White 3 piece bathroom suite, over bath shower, double glazed windows to front, oak skirting and stripped pine door, radiator, part tiled walls.

GARDENS
Rear garden with large patio area, raised flower beds, opening out on to large grass space which would be suitable for a paddock or small holding, double wooden shed at top of garden and smaller shed at the bottom corner of garden, covered BBQ space, mature trees to boundaries backing onto farmland

To the side of the property is a path leading to the enclosed side garden which is shingled and paved with flower bed and brick wood store, back gate leading to front drive.

OUTBUILDING
Situated across the driveway these former stables have central heating, double glazed windows and doors, a bedroom, lounge, bathroom and kitchen. (Although planning permission has not been granted for this conversion South Norfolk District Council have
informed the vendor that no enforcement action will be taken as the work is over 3 years old).

AGENTS NOTE
It should be noted that the Vendor of this property is employed by Mills Knight

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 11 375000Musker McIntyre, Norkfolk & Suffolkrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Loddon - 5.5 miles
Norwich - 6.1 miles
Beccles - 13.4 miles
Bungay - 10.4 miles

An EXTENDED AND MODERNISED spacious home with a beautiful OPEN PLAN 8 METER WIDE KITCHEN/DINER LIVING AREA and flexible accommodation including two reception rooms, presented in excellent condition. All quietly situated in a sought after location, close to Norwich and the popular market town of Loddon. Nearly 1500 square foot (STS) of internal accommodation.

Accommodation comprises briefly of:
Entrance Hall/Porch
Ground Floor Cloakroom
Sitting Room
Family Room
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining room
Utility Room
Walk-in Pantry
Family Bathroom with a Separate Shower
Master Bedroom
Three Further Bedrooms
Garage
Front & Rear Gardens
Ample Off Road Parking

Location
The sought after village of Alpington has a superb primary school and a village hall. The property is located approximately 6.5 miles south of Norwich and 1 mile from Poringland which provides an array of amenities such as a small supermarket, shop, Post Office, Churches, Doctors Surgery, Dentist, library, community centre, two pubs and schools. The popular village of Loddon is just 2 miles away providing many amenities and access to the Broads network. It is also within easy reach of the market towns of Beccles and Bungay which provide an even fuller range of amenities. The Cathedral City of Norwich to the North has a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street (1hr 54mins). The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are approx. 23 miles away.

Directions
From Loddon head towards Norwich on the A146, after 3.8 miles turn left onto Mill Lane take the first right into Bergh Apton Road. Take the second right into Church Road, and then the second left into Church Meadow. From Norwich take the A146 towards Beccles and turn right into Slade Lane, just pass The Gull public house on the left hand side. Bear left on to Church Road as the road divides and take the second right into Church Meadow.

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage.

EPC Rating: D

Local Authority
South Norfolk District Council
Council Tax Band: D
Postcode: NR14 7NY

Agents Note
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given on completion.
 


3 Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale
3 bedroom barn conversion for sale 15 650000Musker McIntyre, Bungayrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Norwich - 5.7 miles
Poringland - 3.1 miles
Loddon - 6.9 miles

A renovated and unique barn conversion full of PERIOD FEATURES with spacious and flexible accommodation of approximately 2200 sq ft (STS), quietly situated in the popular and much sought after village of Surlingham just South of Norwich with a total PLOT SIZE of circa 1 acre and boasting countryside views. HUGE POTENTIAL for further accommodation using the OUTBUILDINGS, including possible 'granny annexe', holiday lets, office, studio or workshop. (Subject to necessary planning consent).

Accommodation comprises briefly of:

Internal:
Entrance hall
Sitting room
Dining room
Kitchen/Breakfast room
Rear lobby
Utility room
Study/office
Cloakroom
Split level galleried landing
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
Three further bedrooms (one of which is a mezzanine)
Family bathroom

Outside:
Long sweeping drive lined by mature pine
Ample driveway parking and turning space.
Plot size of circa 'one' acre (STMS)
Fantastic country views over neighbouring farmland.
Beautiful gardens & lawn area

Outbuildings:
The range of outbuildings has huge potential for further additional accommodation including possible 'granny annexe', holiday lets, office, studio or workshop. (Subject to necessary planning consent).
Store room - with garage up and over door.
Large double garage - Two up and over garage doors, inspection pit, power and light.
Large storage building/Further triple garage - Two up and over garage doors, power and light.
Potting shed/Garden room - Conservatory style room off the large storage building with windows to all sides and power.

HISTORY OF THE BARN
Archaeologists have long believed that the area in which the barn and Church Farm stand has been continuously occupied for thousands of years. In 1953, when the track to the adjoining field from Bramerton road was being dug out, a Neolithic (4,000 to 2,500 BC) chipped flint axehead was discovered. The site is at the top of the existing driveway where it turns towards the property and is detailed on the Norfolk Explorer website.

The most recent evidence of occupation comes from aerial photographs which seem to show the site of an Anglo-Saxon farm towards Cross Lane. Pottery shards from the same area have been identified as Roman and Saxon. A track across the fields, probably used by people on their way to the former St Saviour's church (now a ruin) has revealed a number of interesting finds including brooches, coins and trinkets.

It is unclear when the farmhouse was built but the barn is known to have been in existence in 1799. Marked bricks within the property, discovered during its conversion to a house in 1983, have the date July 4 1801 but these were in an extension to the original building. The soft red bricks would have come from the brickyards at the end of Church Lane directly across the road.

On the end of the property adjoining the road, two sets of initials are carved high on the wall "R.B. J x C 1808". These were probably carved from the top of a loaded hay wain and the initials are almost certainly the young John Browne, whose father Henry farmed at Church Farm at the time, and went on to take it over; and John Curtis, a farmhand who lived in the village.

The Enclosure Map of 1822 shows the barn more much more substantial than it is today, with an extension running along the roadside wall, and owned by Henry Browne together with the surrounding lane. This was probably used for animals along the edge of the farmyard. The field name in 1841 is given as Browne's Croft.

The original barn building runs from the outside wall of the dining room to the wall in the lounge dividing it from the kitchen. The supports for the barn door opening on to the former farmyard are still in place on the original doorposts on the landing.

An extension was added at some point and it appears that this housed a cider press to provide cider for the village from the apples which grew in the adjoining field. An iron ladder went up to an opening, and the marks of boots worn into the brickwork are clearly visible. What is now the kitchen became the office of The Fruit Farm, as it was known for many years, with its entrance through the extended farmyard of with a door to the left of the kitchen window.

The barn was sold to a builder Terry Clarke in 1983 who converted it into a home for he and his wife Ann. They joined their first names to call it Terran House. The original field name was re-instated in 1993.

Location
Just a short drive from the centre of vibrant Norwich, pretty Surlingham is an ideal place to live for anyone seeking a country lifestyle, as well as city comforts. The quiet village nestles on the doorstep of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads, Britain's largest protected wetland and home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the country. Here there are some 125 miles of navigable waterways to explore by boat, as well as foot and cycle paths, and bridleways. The village has two popular pub/restaurants set on the banks of the River Yare. Browne's Croft Barn is set in the old centre of the village just 100 yards from the Norman parish church of St Mary with its picturesque round tower and tithe barn, adjoining a noted RSPB reserve. The town of Poringland is 3 miles distant and has a selection of amenities including Framingham Earl High School. The Cathedral City of Norwich is about 5.7 miles to the North and has a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street (1hr 40mins).

Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Oil central heating, septic tank, mains water & electricity.

EPC Rating: E

Local Authority
South Norfolk District
Council Tax Band: F
Postcode: NR14 7DE

Agents Note
At the front of the driveway the neighbouring farmer has a right of way into the field. The vendors mentioned to us that this has been rarely used but nevertheless there is a legal right of way in place.

The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given on completion.
 


7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
7 bedroom detached house for sale 43 11250000Jackson-Stops, Norwichrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

!! VIDEO AVAILABLE !! The Old Hall is an attractive 17th century grade II listed property with later Georgian additions. The property offers very flexible and spacious 7-bedroom accommodation which combines an adjoining 2-bedroom fully self-contained annexe. The property stands in landscaped gardens and grounds of 1.53 acres (stms) with unconverted barns and outbuildings and enjoys a secluded position in this popular village, just 6.5 miles from the centre of Norwich.
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GROUND FLOOR

- Porch
- Entrance hall
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 2nd kitchen room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Study
- Cloakroom
- Cellar
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FIRST FLOOR

- Master bedroom
- Bedroom 2 with en suite
- 3rd bedroom
- Family bathroom
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SECOND FLOOR

- 2 bedrooms
- Bathroom
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ANNEXE

- Entrance hall
- Kitchen
- Sitting room
- Study
- Shower room
- 2 bedrooms
- Bathroom
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OUTSIDE

- Formal garden with adjoining spinney
- Walled garden
- Pond
- Large barn (accommodates numerous cars)
- 2 storey unconverted barn
- Further smaller outbuildings
- Gardeners W.C.
- Ample off-road parking
- Gardens & grounds in all approx. 1.53 acres
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DRIVING DISTANCES (approx.)

- Norwich Railway Station 7 miles
- A47/A140 junction: 7.2 miles
- A47/A11 junction: 9.4 miles
- Beccles 12.6 miles
- Norfolk coast 23 miles
- Southwold 25.0 miles
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SITUATION

The Old Hall stands on the edge of the attractive small village of Alpington which is situated about 6.5 miles south of the Cathedral City of Norwich. The property is situated just 1 mile from neighbouring Bergh Apton, which offers the new Post Office at Green Pastures Plant Centre and Farm Shop on Mill Road. There is a primary school (Alpington & Bergh Apton - Graded Outstanding in 2015), a church, a public house, a farm shop with café and a local bus service. The nearby village of Poringland (2 miles) offers good local amenities, including a library, post office, surgery, public houses and a Budgens supermarket. There is nearby schooling for primary pupils (Poringland Primary School) and high school pupils (Framlingham Earl). Additional supermarket shopping is very accessible, with a Tesco Superstore at nearby Harford (6.7 miles) and a Waitrose supermarket in Eaton (8.4 miles).

The Cathedral City of Norwich is a short commute from Alpington via the A146. Norwich has a vibrant business community and as the regional centre has an extensive range of cultural and leisure facilities, including the Norwich City football club, the Riverside leisure development complete with cinema and numerous restaurants and pubs. The city has an excellent range of state and private schools, The University of East Anglia, and is also well known for its excellent shopping with a combination of independent retailers along with a number of premium department stores. Norwich has a bus station and a mainline railway station with a service to London Liverpool Street and the expanding Norwich International Airport is just to the north of the city, which is now easily accessed by the new Northern Distributer Road.

The Brecks, Thetford Forest, the Norfolk Broads and the coast are all within easy driving distance and there are several golf courses and other leisure facilities nearby.

The village is well placed for easy access on to the A146 and is only 12.6 miles from the Georgian market town of Beccles, which provides excellent day to day shopping, leisure facilities and schools and has a railway station with services to Lowestoft and Ipswich with onward connections to London, Liverpool Street. The market is on Fridays.
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DESCRIPTION

The Old Hall is a superb 5-bedroom period property that was originally built in the 17th Century, re-modelled in the 18th Century and approximately 40-50 years ago it was extended to incorporate a 2-bedroom fully self-contained annexe. The property has been sympathetically modernised over the years to create a fabulous family home. The gardens lend themselves to naturally dividing into 3 sections - a formal front garden to the main house, walled garden to the annexe and a large level area out of sight from the main house, which could potentially lend itself to a tennis court.
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GROUND FLOOR

The ground floor is accessed through the main front door into an enclosed and spacious porch, which leads through to the entrance hallway, which benefits from high ceilings and good natural light. A cloakroom leads off from the entrance hall. A door leads down to a cellar and an external door opens out onto the rear south facing terrace.

The kitchen/breakfast room sits to the left of the entrance hall and features Italian limestone flooring, with a range of handmade and hand painted bespoke fitted cabinets with granite worktops, a 2-oven Aga sat within a tiled inglenook, an electric oven with induction hob and extractor unit, and integrated dishwasher, microwave and waste bins. There is ample space for a sizeable kitchen table and additional floor-to-ceiling built-in storage cupboards to the left of the Aga and above the doorway. This room benefits from good ceiling height and an abundance of good natural light from the south facing window.

The 2nd kitchen room sits adjacent to the kitchen and offers a range of fitted cabinets and ample space for freestanding appliances.

The sitting room enjoys a south facing aspect and features a number of original period features, including inglenook fireplace with bread oven, exposed painted beam and picture rail. A wood burning stove sits within the inglenook fireplace.

The dual aspect dining room features natural light, exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with open fire, pantile flooring and exposed brickwork to 2 of the walls. There is a door opening to the south facing rear terrace and there is a Norfolk winder staircase leading up to one of the bedrooms on the 1st floor.

The study features exposed beams and enjoys a triple aspect with far reaching open field views.
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FIRST FLOOR

The master bedroom features an original feature fireplace, picture rail and exposed beam and benefits from fitted wardrobes, separate walk-in cupboard and an outlook over the south facing rear garden. Bedroom 2 can be accessed from the master bedroom or via the Norfolk winder staircase leading up from the dining room. Bedroom 2 features exposed beams, exposed brick chimney breast, fitted wardrobes and loft access. This bedroom benefits from en suite facilities, which comprise bath, wash hand basin, W.C. and heated towel rail. Bedroom 3 features original feature fireplace and picture rail and benefits from views over the garden.

The large family bathroom features an oak finish throughout, Seagrass flooring and feature fireplace. The bathroom comprises bath, walk-in shower, wash hand basin, W.C., bidet and heated towel rail.
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SECOND FLOOR

At the top of the staircase there is a lovely circular oriel window providing an outlook over the garden. There are 2 bedrooms on this floor, one of which benefits from fabulous far reaching open field views. The bathroom on this floor comprises a bath, wash hand basin, W.C. and loft access.
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2-BED ANNEXE

Adjoining the east wing of the main house is a fully self-contained 2-bed annexe with separate access to the rear. The annexe extension was added approximately 40-50 years ago and is currently set up with a shower room, large light and airy office space, kitchen with loft access and sitting room on the ground floor and 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.
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OUTSIDE

This Grade II Listed property sits back from the road (Church Meadow Lane) and is constructed of brick under a pantile roof. The driveway leads up to the rear of the property (Nichols Road), where there is ample space for parking and turning and a gardeners W.C. A central pond and landscaped beds and shrubs have created a turning circle. In addition, there is a sizable barn that could accommodate a number of vehicles. To the west side of the barn there is a shed and stable, currently used as a wood store. To the east elevation there is a mower shed with light and power and an adjoining wall with arched door leading through to a walled garden, with lawn, specimen trees and mature beds and access to the 2-bedroom annexe.

There is also a large 2-storey barn with modern roof construction, light and power, that could potentially provide an excellent development opportunity (subject to planning and any consents/covenants etc). Adjoining this barn, there is an enclosed dog run with kennel.

The south facing formal front garden comprises lawn and landscaped borders, mature shrubs, specimen trees and paved terrace. There is an adjoining spinney and a fruit/vegetable garden comprising raspberries, blackcurrants, herbs and asparagus. The front garden is a particularly lovely feature of this property and the mature hedges and trees offers screening to the road.

There is a large area of lawn out of sight from the house to the rear that could potentially lend itself to a tennis court (subject to planning and any consents/covenants etc).
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LISTING

The following paragraph has been taken directly from the listing 1050657 (Main House) on the Historic England website:

House. Early 18th century. Red Brick, steeply pitched roof of smut pantiles. Two storeys and attics. Principal facade to south symmetrical of three bays, the centre bay advanced and gabled. Blind circular window in gable apex. 2 and 3-light 19th century casements with transom; segmental arches over openings. Central doorway with pedimented surround, Tuscan pilasters and key block in architrave. Half glazed door with glazing bars and six raised and fielded lower panels. Parapeted gables with 2 light attic casements. Two ridge chimney stacks flanking centre bay. Lower two- storey side wings with hipped pantiled roofs: 19th century casements, some with segmental heads. Chimney stacks on ridge line. Brick saw-tooth eaves course. Attached red brick swept garden walls on east and west sides. On the north, a central two storey porch: early 20th century doorway with half-glazed door, fanlight and side lights with leaded glazing. 2-light first-floor casement with transom. Parapet gable with moulded brick eaves oversailing courses.

The National Grid Reference (NGR) is TG

The following paragraph has been taken directly from the listing 1050658 (Barn) on the Historic England website:

Barn, 17th century and later. Red brick and timber frame, gables weather- boarded. Steeply pitched roof clad in corrugated asbestos sheeting. Red brick west wall with large waggon entrance opening slightly off-centre. Inserted windows flanking entrance. East wall has remains of timber frame, largely underbuilt in brick, with jowled posts carrying arch-braced tie beams. Diagonal bracing to studwork. Butt-purlin roof, much repaired. Brick and pantile lean-to on east side; weather boarded lean-to on north gable. Square honeycomb brick vent in north gable. Included for group value.

Listing NGR: TG
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LOCAL AUTHORITY

South Norfolk Council
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SERVICES

Oil-fired central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
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DIRECTIONS

From Norwich take the A146 Beccles road and after about 4 miles take the turning to the right after The Gull public house onto Slade Lane, signposted to Yelverton. Drive for approximately 0.5 miles and then continue onto Church Road for a further 0.6 miles and then onto Nicholas Road for a further 0.4 miles. The Old Hall is the last property on the left-hand side.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

1. These particulars have been prepared in good faith as a general guide, they are not exhaustive and include information provided to us by other parties including the seller, not all of which will have been verified by us.

2. We have not carried out a detailed or structural survey; we have not tested any services, appliances or fittings. Measurements, floor plans, orientation and distances are given as approximate only and should not be relied on.

3. The photographs are not necessarily comprehensive or current, aspects may have changed since the photographs were taken. No assumption should be made that any contents are included in the sale.

4. We have not checked that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation approval, statutory or regulatory permissions or consents. Any reference to any alterations or use of any part of the property does not mean that necessary planning, building regulations, or other consent has been obtained.

5. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves by inspection, searches, enquiries, surveys, and professional advice about all relevant aspects of the property.

6. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact; we have no authority to make or give any representation or warranties in relation to the property. If these are required, you should include their terms in any contract between you and the seller.

7. Viewings are strictly by prior appointment with sole agents Jackson-Stops. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.
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COVENANTS AND CHARGES

The following has been lifted directly from the land registry title (NK128133). We recommend that interested parties seek independent legal advice on the following before travelling to view the property. Our clients have informed us that they do not believe the well has a working mechanism and during their 21 years of ownership, no-one has requested access.

1. (25.08.1992) By a Conveyance dated 15 December 1952 made between (1) Gertrude Hilda Lincoln (Vendor) and (2) James Stanley Chappel (Purchaser) the land tinted pink on the filed plan was conveyed subject as follows: -
"SUBJECT to the right for John Merry Gifford and the persons deriving title under him to pass and repass to and from and to take and draw water from the pump and well situate on the property hereby conveyed and marked on the said plan on paying a proportionate part of the expense of keeping the said pump and well and the going gears thereof in repair SUBJECT ALSO to the right of Leonard Harmer Redgrave and his successors in title owners and occupiers for the time being of the cottage situate on the opposite side of the road to the property hereby conveyed and being the enclosure Numbered 145 on the said Ordnance Survey Map to enter on the property hereby conveyed and to pass and repass to and from and to take and draw water from the pump and well situate thereon on paying a proportionate part of the expense of keeping the said pump and well and the going gears thereof in repair"
NOTE: The pump is shown in blue on the filed plan.

2. (25.08.1992) A Conveyance of the land tinted blue on the filed plan dated 29 November 1973 made between (1) E. and E.J. Andrews Limited (Vendor) and (2) James Stanley Chappell (Purchaser) contains the following covenants: -
"THE Purchaser hereby covenants with the Vendor and its successors in title for the benefit and protection of the remaining portion of Ordnance Survey Number 127 for the Parish of Alpington which is not hereby conveyed and is retained by the Vendor or any part or parts thereof that the Purchaser and his successors in title owners or occupiers for the time being of the property hereby conveyed will not at any time permit any dwelling whatsoever to be erected upon the property hereby conveyed or use the same for permanent dwelling purposes unless and until planning permission is obtained for
residential development by the Vendor or its successors in title in respect of the remainder of Ordnance Survey Number 127 aforesaid"


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 22 300000Auction House, East Angliarightmove

FOR SALE BY AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY 3RD JUNE AT 11:00AM TO REGISTER FOR LEGAL PACKS AND BIDDING INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE



An individual 4/5 bedroom split level property requiring updating

This detached split level property was built in the mid 1960s to an individual design by the current owners and is now vacant and in need of bringing up to date. The property has double glazing but would require a new heating system, bathroom and kitchen fittings.

Once modernised the property will make an impressive and desirable family residence. The property which is situated in a large private plot has extensive parking and integral double garage.

Surlingham is a highly sought after village to the south of the River Yare, near to the Norfolk Broads and well placed for access to the city of Norwich which is situated approximately 6 miles to the North.


Lower Ground Floor

Double Garage, inner lobby with stairs to upper floor, playroom/bedroom 5


Upper Floor

Reception hall, inner hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, 3/4 bedrooms, study/bedroom 4, bathroom, cloakroom


Outside

The large mainly lawned gardens that surround the property includes a former swimming pool and terrace, a natural pond, driveway and parking area.


Tenure
Freehold

EPC Rating: - please refer to Legal Pack

Additional Fees
Administration Charge: £954.00
Disbursements: Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion


4 Bedroom Chalet For Sale
4 bedroom chalet for sale 20 1250000Starkings & Watson - Norfolk & Suffolkonthemarket
*Auction Guide Price £250,000-£300,000 - plus fees. For Sale By Auction | 11:00, 03 June 2020 - for full information please get in touch.*Offered with NO CHAIN, this SUBSTANTIAL 1800 Sq ft (stms) DETACHED CHALET requires COMPLETE MODERNISATION, with HUGE EXTENSION POTENTIAL - subject to planning. Set back from the road within a QUIET RURAL VILLAGE, with the WELL REGARDED PRIMARY SCHOOL on the same road, the property offers a MATURE LAWNED GARDEN which WRAPS AROUND the property, making use of the front SOUTH FACING ASPECT. Ample PARKING can be found, with access leading to the adjoining garage. Inside, a PORCH ENTRANCE leads to a spacious hall, with doors to the 20' SITTING ROOM with large PICTURE WINDOW, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, family bathroom and two DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Upstairs, two further double bedrooms and a FAMILY BATHROOM can be found, with ample EAVES STORAGE space and wardrobes. 

LOCATION Alpington is a popular south Norfolk village, located within close proximity to the Norfolk Broads, and a short drive from the larger village of Poringland which offers a range of everyday amenities. The A146 provides easy access into Norwich, the A47, Beccles and the East Coast, with the major villages, and the City of Norwich offering further amenities and excellent transport links by road and rail. 

DIRECTIONS You may wish to use your Sat-Nav (NR14 7NH), but to help you...Leave Norwich via the A146 Loddon Road turning right sign posted Yelverton. Follow the road, entering the village of Yelverton, which becomes Alpington. Turn right onto Wheel Road, where the property can be found on the right hand side, indicated by our For Sale board. 

Set back from the road with a mature hedged boundary and a brick pillared entrance, a sweeping driveway offers off-road parking for several vehicles and access to the main property and adjoining garage. Lawned gardens wrap around the property to the front and side with an open aspect leading to the rear garden. 

uPVC obscure double glazed entrance door to: 

ENTRANCE PORCH Fitted carpet, uPVC obscure double glazed windows to front, exposed brickwork, door to: 

ENTRANCE HALL Fitted carpet, radiator, stairs to first floor landing, built-in airing cupboard housing storage cupboard and electric fuse box, wall lighting, smooth coved ceiling, doors to: 

SITTING ROOM 20' 7" x 13' Max. (6.27m x 3.96m) Feature brick built open fire with tiled hearth, fitted carpet, radiator x2, uPVC double glazed window to front, uPVC double glazed French doors to side, wall lighting, television point, smooth coved ceiling (requiring repair), door to: 

DINING ROOM 11' 11" x 11' 7" (3.63m x 3.53m) Fitted carpet, radiator, uPVC double glazed full height windows and door to side, wood panelled ceiling, door to: 

KITCHEN 11' 9" x 11' 8" (3.58m x 3.56m) Fitted range of wall and base level units with complementary rolled edge work surfaces, and inset stainless steel twin bowl sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, space for range style cooker with extractor fan, tiled effect flooring, space for fridge freezer and washing machine, floor standing oil fired central heating boiler, door to reception hall, uPVC double glazed window to rear, uPVC double glazed door to: 

CONSERVATORY 15' 5" x 11' 1" (4.7m x 3.38m) Of brick and uPVC construction, with uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear, uPVC double glazed door to side, uPVC double glazed French doors to rear, wall lighting. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Three piece suite comprising low level W.C, hand wash basin set within vanity unit with storage cupboard under, panelled bath with thermostatically controlled shower, tiled splash backs, wood effect flooring, radiator, uPVC obscure double glazed window to rear, smooth ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 12' x 10' 10" (3.66m x 3.3m) Wood flooring, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to rear, coved ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 2" x 12' (4.32m x 3.66m) Wood flooring, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to front, range of fitted bedroom furniture and built-in wardrobes with sliding doors, coved ceiling. 

STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Fitted carpet, wall lighting, built-in storage cupboard, smooth ceiling with loft access hatch, doors to: 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 6" x 14' 3" Max. Some restricted height. (4.42m x 4.34m) Fitted carpet, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to front and side, wall lighting, walk-in wardrobe with doors x2, built-in storage cupboard, smooth coved ceiling. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Three piece suite comprising low level W.C, pedestal hand wash basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, vinyl flooring, radiator, uPVC obscure double glazed window to rear, smooth ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 6" x 12' 1" Max. Some restricted height. (4.42m x 3.68m) Fitted carpet, uPVC double glazed window to front, wall lighting, uPVC double glazed door to balcony, walk-in wardrobe and further loft access. 

OUTSIDE REAR Leading out via the conservatory French doors a hard standing patio extends from the property which in turn leads to the main lawned garden. The gardens wrap around the property with a raised pond, spacious timber built summer house and access to the oil tank. A range of mature planting can be found with enclosed fenced and hedged boundaries. An open aspect leads to the front garden which remains usable with further trees, shrubbery and hedging. 

GARAGE Up and over door to front, door to rear. 
4 Bedroom Chalet For Sale
4 bedroom chalet for sale 20 250000Starkings & Watson, Norfolk & Suffolkrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

***Auction Guide Price £250,000-£300,000 - plus fees. For Sale By Auction | 11:00, 03 June 2020 - for full information please get in touch.***Offered with NO CHAIN, this SUBSTANTIAL 1800 Sq ft (stms) DETACHED CHALET requires COMPLETE MODERNISATION, with HUGE EXTENSION POTENTIAL - subject to planning. Set back from the road within a QUIET RURAL VILLAGE, with the WELL REGARDED PRIMARY SCHOOL on the same road, the property offers a MATURE LAWNED GARDEN which WRAPS AROUND the property, making use of the front SOUTH FACING ASPECT. Ample PARKING can be found, with access leading to the adjoining garage. Inside, a PORCH ENTRANCE leads to a spacious hall, with doors to the 20' SITTING ROOM with large PICTURE WINDOW, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, family bathroom and two DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Upstairs, two further double bedrooms and a FAMILY BATHROOM can be found, with ample EAVES STORAGE space and wardrobes. 

LOCATION Alpington is a popular south Norfolk village, located within close proximity to the Norfolk Broads, and a short drive from the larger village of Poringland which offers a range of everyday amenities. The A146 provides easy access into Norwich, the A47, Beccles and the East Coast, with the major villages, and the City of Norwich offering further amenities and excellent transport links by road and rail. 

DIRECTIONS You may wish to use your Sat-Nav (NR14 7NH), but to help you...Leave Norwich via the A146 Loddon Road turning right sign posted Yelverton. Follow the road, entering the village of Yelverton, which becomes Alpington. Turn right onto Wheel Road, where the property can be found on the right hand side, indicated by our For Sale board. 

Set back from the road with a mature hedged boundary and a brick pillared entrance, a sweeping driveway offers off-road parking for several vehicles and access to the main property and adjoining garage. Lawned gardens wrap around the property to the front and side with an open aspect leading to the rear garden. 

uPVC obscure double glazed entrance door to: 

ENTRANCE PORCH Fitted carpet, uPVC obscure double glazed windows to front, exposed brickwork, door to: 

ENTRANCE HALL Fitted carpet, radiator, stairs to first floor landing, built-in airing cupboard housing storage cupboard and electric fuse box, wall lighting, smooth coved ceiling, doors to: 

SITTING ROOM 20' 7" x 13' Max. (6.27m x 3.96m) Feature brick built open fire with tiled hearth, fitted carpet, radiator x2, uPVC double glazed window to front, uPVC double glazed French doors to side, wall lighting, television point, smooth coved ceiling (requiring repair), door to: 

DINING ROOM 11' 11" x 11' 7" (3.63m x 3.53m) Fitted carpet, radiator, uPVC double glazed full height windows and door to side, wood panelled ceiling, door to: 

KITCHEN 11' 9" x 11' 8" (3.58m x 3.56m) Fitted range of wall and base level units with complementary rolled edge work surfaces, and inset stainless steel twin bowl sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, space for range style cooker with extractor fan, tiled effect flooring, space for fridge freezer and washing machine, floor standing oil fired central heating boiler, door to reception hall, uPVC double glazed window to rear, uPVC double glazed door to: 

CONSERVATORY 15' 5" x 11' 1" (4.7m x 3.38m) Of brick and uPVC construction, with uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear, uPVC double glazed door to side, uPVC double glazed French doors to rear, wall lighting. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Three piece suite comprising low level W.C, hand wash basin set within vanity unit with storage cupboard under, panelled bath with thermostatically controlled shower, tiled splash backs, wood effect flooring, radiator, uPVC obscure double glazed window to rear, smooth ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 12' x 10' 10" (3.66m x 3.3m) Wood flooring, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to rear, coved ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 2" x 12' (4.32m x 3.66m) Wood flooring, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to front, range of fitted bedroom furniture and built-in wardrobes with sliding doors, coved ceiling. 

STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Fitted carpet, wall lighting, built-in storage cupboard, smooth ceiling with loft access hatch, doors to: 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 6" x 14' 3" Max. Some restricted height. (4.42m x 4.34m) Fitted carpet, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to front and side, wall lighting, walk-in wardrobe with doors x2, built-in storage cupboard, smooth coved ceiling. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Three piece suite comprising low level W.C, pedestal hand wash basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, vinyl flooring, radiator, uPVC obscure double glazed window to rear, smooth ceiling. 

DOUBLE BEDROOM 14' 6" x 12' 1" Max. Some restricted height. (4.42m x 3.68m) Fitted carpet, uPVC double glazed window to front, wall lighting, uPVC double glazed door to balcony, walk-in wardrobe and further loft access. 

OUTSIDE REAR Leading out via the conservatory French doors a hard standing patio extends from the property which in turn leads to the main lawned garden. The gardens wrap around the property with a raised pond, spacious timber built summer house and access to the oil tank. A range of mature planting can be found with enclosed fenced and hedged boundaries. An open aspect leads to the front garden which remains usable with further trees, shrubbery and hedging. 

GARAGE Up and over door to front, door to rear. 


4 Bedroom Chalet For Sale
4 bedroom chalet for sale 13 250000Auction House, East Angliarightmove

FOR SALE BY AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY 3RD JUNE AT 11:00AM TO REGISTER FOR LEGAL PACKS AND BIDDING INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE



Individually designed 4 bedroom village house requiring updating

This spacious detached chalet has been in the same ownership for many years but is now vacant and in need of updating and general repair. There is also the potential to extend subject to planning as the property is located in a spacious private garden.

The property which is fully double glazed has accommodation that extends to 1800 sq ft including four double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, a large conservatory and two bathrooms.

Alpington is a popular village laying approximately 6 miles to the south of Norwich and a short drive from the well served larger village of Poringland which has a comprehensive range of community facilities and shops.


Ground Floor

Entrance porch, reception hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, 2 bedrooms, bathroom


First Floor

Landing, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, large balcony


Outside

Generous front, side and rear gardens mainly lawned although with various mature shrubs, trees and plants currently in need of attention. Timber summer house, garden shed. Broad driveway to attached garage.


Tenure
Freehold

EPC Rating: C

Additional Fees
Administration Charge: £954.00
Disbursements: Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion


5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 20 11175000Jackson-Stops - Norwichonthemarket
!! VIDEO AVAILABLE - CLICK ON VIDEO TOUR TAB !! A beautifully finished 5-bedroom New England style detached property constructed to a very high standard and offering light and airy well-proportioned rooms throughout. The property features generous and fully enclosed gardens, far reaching countryside views and gated entrance to private parking and triple garage with gym/studio above.
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GROUND FLOOR

- Spacious light and airy entrance hall
- Spacious open plan kitchen/dining/family room
- Back kitchen
- Utility
- Dining hall with indoor log store
- Lounge
- Office
- Coat cupboard
- 2 Cloakrooms
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FIRST FLOOR

- Master bedroom with dressing room & en suite & separate W.C.
- Double bedroom with en suite shower room
- 3 further double bedrooms
- Family bathroom
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OUTSIDE

- Hardwood 5-bar entrance gates
- Off-road parking for several vehicles
- Triple garage with workshop and gym/office/studio above
- Generous fully enclosed private west facing garden with lawn and mature trees and shrubs
- Completely private south facing courtyard garden
- Timber terracing to rear
- Outdoor kitchen with pizza oven
- Wood store
- Gardens & grounds, in all approx. 0.93 acres (stms)
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DRIVING DISTANCES (approx.)

- Norwich Railway Station 6 miles
- A47/A140 junction: 6.2 miles
- A47/A11 junction: 9.0 miles
- Beccles 13.5 miles
- Norfolk coast 23.0 miles
- Suffolk coast 26.7 miles
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SITUATION

The property stands on the edge of the attractive small village of Yelverton which is situated about six miles south of the Cathedral City of Norwich. There is an active village community with a variety of clubs provided from the village hall. There are a range of other amenities including, a playing field, a children’s play area, a primary school (Graded Outstanding), a church, a public house and a farm shop with café. The nearby village of Poringland offers schooling for primary pupils (Poringland Primary School) and high school pupils (Framlingham Earl). Additional supermarket shopping is very accessible, with a Tesco Superstore at nearby Harford (6 miles) and a Waitrose supermarket in Eaton (7.4 miles).

Caister St Edmund is a 4-mile drive from the property and was the capital of the Iceni tribe, ruled by Queen Boudica. The village offers an historic and remarkable example of a major Roman village. There are many beautiful ancient walks and cycle routes in the area.

The Cathedral City of Norwich is a short commute from Yelverton via A146. Norwich has a vibrant business community and as the regional centre has an extensive range of cultural and leisure facilities, including the Norwich City football club, the Riverside leisure development complete with cinema and numerous restaurants and pubs. The city has an excellent range of state and private schools, The University of East Anglia, and is also well known for its excellent shopping with a combination of independent retailers along with a number of premium department stores. Norwich has a mainline railway station with a service to London Liverpool Street and the expanding Norwich International Airport is just to the north of the city, which is now easily accessed by the new Northern Distributer Road.

The Brecks, Thetford Forest, the Norfolk Broads and the coast are all within easy driving distance and there are several golf courses and other leisure facilities nearby.

The village is well placed for easy access on to the A146 and is only 13.5 miles from the Georgian market town of Beccles, which provides excellent day to day shopping, leisure facilities and schools and has a railway station with services to Lowestoft and Ipswich with onward connections to London, Liverpool Street. The market is on Fridays.
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DESCRIPTION

This 5-bedroom timber framed New England style property was initially constructed 7 years ago by the present owners. Since then, more additions have been made to create this fabulous dwelling. The property offers light and airy, spacious living accommodation throughout and sits within lovely mature gardens and grounds of almost 1 acre (stms). The property is located within a quiet rural location with local amenities nearby and yet only 6 miles south east of Norwich.
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GROUND FLOOR

The main entrance to the property is light and spacious and glazed to both front and rear elevations. Leading off to the right of the entrance there is a recessed area with large built in wardrobe for storage of outdoor clothing. There is a door leading through to the garage and a staircase leads up to a gym/studio with floor-to-ceiling windows to the front and rear aspect. Although this room is presently utilised an office, it offers a variety of alternative possibilities.

Leading off to the left of the entrance hall is a spacious open plan kitchen/dining room/family room which enjoys an integrated Bluetooth speaker system and benefits from dual aspect views with bi-folding doors opening out onto the timber decking to the rear of the property. The family/sitting room area and the dining area have been generously accommodated. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units and a large central island with oak worktop, breakfast/coffee bar, shelving and drawers, integrated wine cooler and an integrated refuse system. There is a range of appliances, including a 6-burner Rangemaster with double oven and extractor unit, an integrated double oven and an integrated fridge/freezer. Leading off from the main kitchen there is a back kitchen that comprises fitted cabinets with sink and worktop space, 2 integrated dishwashers and space for an American-style fridge/freezer. A separate utility room comprises a range of fitted cabinets with sink and worktop space, a walk-in storage cupboard and space for freestanding appliances. A door opens out onto the rear terrace.

Also, leading off directly from the main kitchen is a coat cupboard and a cloakroom with a large basin vanity unit and a W.C.

The formal dining hall is located in the centre of the main house and features a fabulous double-sided wood burning stove with a mosaic wall feature above that brings warmth and texture to the room. An enclosed wood store is located off from the dining hall, together with a further cloakroom and an office that looks out to the front of the property. From the dining hall a door opens out to the front of the property and a large west facing window provides an aspect over the rear garden. The lounge sits adjacent to the dining hall and benefits from the double-sided wood burning stove that features a textured stone effect wall above. This room benefits from triple aspect views and has bi-folding doors opening up to the rear terrace.
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FIRST FLOOR

On the first-floor landing there is access to the loft and there is a large light well that provides additional natural light.

On the first floor the master bedroom suite faces west and the floor-to-ceiling windows provides stunning views of the rear garden and countryside beyond. This room benefits from a large walk in dressing room with generous hanging and storage space. The en suite shower room comprises large walk-in shower, double basin vanity unit and heated towel rail. There is a separate W.C.

Bedroom 2 overlooks the front of the property and enjoys rural views. This room benefits from a fitted wardrobe and an en suite shower room comprising large walk-in shower, wash hand basin, W.C. and heated towel rail.

There are 3 further double bedrooms, 2 of which enjoy field views to the front of the property and bedroom 3 having lovely views over the rear garden.

There is a spacious and well-appointed family bathroom, comprising bath, large walk-in shower, wash hand basin, W.C. and heated towel rail.
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OUTSIDE

The property is approached from the road via a well-maintained gravelled carriageway drive leading up to the front of the property with parking available for several vehicles. To the side of the property there is additional space for parking, together with a triple garage and a workshop.

A custom designed wood store sits to the side of the property and if desired this could be easily converted, to create, for example, a games room.

Surrounding the property are mature and well-maintained formal gardens, comprising almost 1 acre of lawns, landscaping and private south facing garden.

Timber decking runs the length of the property to the rear and an outdoor kitchen has created a perfect space for al fresco entertaining. The outdoor kitchen comprises fitted cabinets, sink and worktop, space for a freestanding refrigerator and separate freezer and space for a large BBQ grill. A large pizza oven has been installed and is available with the sale.

There is a tranquil and private courtyard garden which contains attractive raised mature beds.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY

South Norfolk Council, Band: G
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SERVICES

LPG central heating, mains electricity and water, private drainage.
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DIRECTIONS

From Norwich take the A146 Beccles road and after about 4 miles take the turning to the right after The Gull public house onto Slade Lane, signposted to Yelverton. Drive for approximately 0.5 miles and then turn left onto Back Road. Proceed for approximately 0.5 miles and the property will be found on the right-hand side, set back from the road.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

1. These particulars have been prepared in good faith as a general guide, they are not exhaustive and include information provided to us by other parties including the seller, not all of which will have been verified by us.

2. We have not carried out a detailed or structural survey; we have not tested any services, appliances or fittings. Measurements, floor plans, orientation and distances are given as approximate only and should not be relied on.

3. The photographs are not necessarily comprehensive or current, aspects may have changed since the photographs were taken. No assumption should be made that any contents are included in the sale.

4. We have not checked that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation approval, statutory or regulatory permissions or consents. Any reference to any alterations or use of any part of the property does not mean that necessary planning, building regulations, or other consent has been obtained.

5. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves by inspection, searches, enquiries, surveys, and professional advice about all relevant aspects of the property.

6. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact; we have no authority to make or give any representation or warranties in relation to the property. If these are required, you should include their terms in any contract between you and the seller.

7. Note to potential purchasers who intend to view the property; we would politely ask you discuss with our staff the reason for the property coming onto the market and if there is any point of particular importance to you, before you make arrangements to visit or plan a viewing appointment.

8. Viewings are strictly by prior appointment.

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