Guide Price £450,000- £500,000. A rare and unique opportunity to acquire this charming period detached home located in the heart of Thetford town centre. Offered with spacious accommodation ideal for a multi-generational family, boasting original features, off road parking, garden studio / annexe and beautiful garden.
SITUATIONLOCATION Guide Price £450,000 - £500,000 Prepare to fall in love with this delightful grade II listed detached home dating back to the 17th century offering a wealth of original features and charm, the accommodation is plentiful and very versatile perfect for a multi generational family with the annexe/studio located in the garden, surrounded by colourful gardens, a well producing vegetable garden and several seating areas perfect for entertaining.
Thetford is situated in the south of Norfolk, in close proximity to the county border with Suffolk. By road it is 33.8 miles (54.4 km) northeast of Cambridge and 30.7 miles (49.4 km) southwest of Norwich. It lies on the River Little Ouse. On the western side of Thetford is Thetford Forest, which is heavily forested with pine trees. Brettenham Heath National Nature Reserve is to the northeast, near the hamlet of Roudham. To the southeast of Thetford is Nunnery Lakes Nature Reserve, covering about 200 acres, with Breckland heath, woodland, fen and open water habitats and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of paths.
The town is well served and includes a mainline railway station with easy access to London, The Midlands and The North. There are the usual town centre amenities and there is a sports centre complex with swimming pool. Located within the Brecks and with easy access to the surrounding beautiful pine forests Thetford is well located for a range of outdoor activities.
ENTRANCEHALL Partly glazed entrance door, staircase leading to the first floor, radiator with decorative cover, wooden panel doors leading to ground floor accommodation.
SITTINGROOM Wooden sash window to the front, fireplace with inset woodburner, two radiators, door leading to garden room.
DININGROOM Victorian part of the house offering a high ceiling with ceiling rose, wooden sash window to the front with original style shutters, wooden feature fireplace surround, two radiators.
READINGROOM Currently used as a library, original period cast iron fireplace with tile surround and hearth, radiator, wooden door to storage cupboard and shelving, glazed door to garden room.
GARDENROOM Timber framed with double glazed windows and door leading to the garden, tiled flooring - part original, UPVC sloping ceiling with skylight windows and blinds.
KITCHEN/BREAKFASTROOM Two windows to the rear overlooking the garden, range of units and storage cupboards, space for dishwasher and range cooker, tiled flooring, door leading to utility room, door leading to boiler room.
UTILITYROOM Wooden window to the rear aspect, range of storage cupboards, Butler style sink, tiled flooring, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and further appliances, hatch opening to cellar.
BOILERROOM Floor standing boiler, door to ground floor shower room, tiled flooring.
SHOWERROOM Window to the rear, walk in shower cubicle, W.C, wash hand basin, radiator.
CELLAR Ideal for storage and possible conversion.
LANDING A very spacious galleried landing with wooden sash window to the front, doors leading to bedrooms, study, bathroom and separate W.C.
BEDROOM Wooden sash windows to the front, built in wardrobes, radiator with decorative cover.
BEDROOM Wooden sash window to the front and side, radiator, door leading to study.
BEDROOM Wooden sash window to the side and window to the rear overlooking the garden, original feature fireplace, radiator with decorative cover.
STUDY Stairs leading upto study/single bedroom, radiator.
BATHROOM Window to the rear, bath with shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin, airing cupboard housing hot water tank, laminate flooring, radiator.
STUDIO/ANNEXE Converted in 2007 this spacious light and airy room really offers a variation of uses, vaulted ceiling & wooden panelling, benefits from underfloor heating, wooden glazed entrance door, wooden glazed doors overlooking the garden. Door leading to utility area with stainless steel sink unit and storage cupboards, airing cupboard housing hot water tank and electric boiler, door leading through to a shower room.
FRONTGARDEN Evergreen varied hedge secluding the house from the road with entrance gate leading to the front door, low maintenance paved garden with range or shrubs and climbers, door leading to the side covered area which leads to the rear garden(ideal for extra storage) iron gate leading to the garden.
REARGARDEN The walled garden is beautifully designed with a central lawned garden shaded by a pear tree, surrounded by a stunning array of shrubs, trees, flowers set amongst winding pathways throughout, there is a good sized well producing vegetable garden along with fruit bushes, fig and apple trees. The garden is ideal for entertaining with a with a shaded pergola seating area entwined by climbers. To the rear of the garden you will find a parking area with double access gates along with access to the studio/annexe/music room. There is a brick built outbuilding currently used as a garden shed with electric along with a replacement greenhouse with electric. Outside tap. Covered passageway to the front garden, iron gate leading to the front garden.
AGENTSNOTE The property is grade II listed and constructed over various periods including Georgian and Victorian. There is Seagrass flooring throughout, complimented by mainly tiled flooring.