Sold Subject to Contract Offers In Excess Of, £400,000
A charming period detached three bedroom house with large two storey barn/workshop and other outbuildings occupying a large established plot approaching half an acre (subject to survey). Offering scope and great potential for further improvement and situated within the desirable village of Northwold- ' CHAIN FREE' viewings are recommended.
SITUATION&LOCATION Believed to date back to the mid 1700's, this charming period house occupies a central position within the sought after conservation village of Northwold and enjoys large established gardens extending to approximately half an acre (subject to survey). We understand that the property was originally two cottages and a Blacksmiths and much later a car repair garage although it has remained in the same ownership now since 1970 and just used as a dwelling house.
An extensive courtyard to the front is flanked by a substantial two storey brick, timber and pantiled barn/workshop; a further large chalk lump, brick and pantiled garage building as well as an open bayed timber framed store.
The main house has been generally maintained and improved over the years and benefits from Upvc double glazed windows and an oil fired central heating system. However, there is scope for much further improvement and modernization and this also applies to the outbuildings which provide an excellent opportunity to incorporate further accommodation to the main house, holiday accommodation or an annex. Equally, for those purchasers seeking a home/business opportunity or realising a hobby that requires space, this property could be an excellent choice. Any such improvement would require local planning authority approval.
It is quite rare for properties like this to come to the market with such a range of benefits and opportunity's- literally all under one roof. Early viewings are recommended.
Northwold is a Norfolk village containing all the usual village amenities including a primary school; a social club and church. The town of King's Lynn, with its range of shopping facilities, lies approximately 19 miles to the North and the market towns of Brandon and Thetford are located to the South, 7 and 12 miles respectively.
ENTRANCELOBBY With Upvc entrance door.
SITTINGROOM14' 3" x 11' 6" (4.36m x 3.51m) Open tiled fireplace; under-stairs storage cupboard; airing cupboard with hot water cylinder; Upvc sealed unit double glazing including bay window to rear aspect; radiator.
REARLOBBY With Upvc sealed unit double glazed window to rear; staircase leading to first floor.
DININGROOM14' 5" x 10' 1" (4.41m x 3.08m) Radiator; Upvc sealed unit double glazing; storage cupboard.
KITCHEN/BREAKFASTROOM14' 6" x 13' 9" (4.43m x 4.20m) Fitted range of wall and floor cupboard units with work surfaces over incorporating stainless steel sink unit. Larder cupboard; floor mounted oil fired boiler (serving central heating and domestic hot water). Upvc sealed unit double glazing; door leading to:
BEDROOM114' 2" x 9' 0" (4.33m x 2.76m) Radiator; Upvc sealed unit double glazed windows; double storage cupboard.
BEDROOM211' 10" x 11' 11" (3.63m x 3.65m) Radiator; Upvc sealed unit double glazed window; wardrobe cupboard.
BEDROOM314' 6" x 10' 6" (4.44m x 3.21m) Radiator; Upvc sealed unit double glazed window.
BATHROOM With panelled bath and electric shower over, washbasin; radiator; Upvc sealed unit double glazed window.
SEPARATEWC Upvc sealed unit double glazed window.
OUTSIDE The property occupies a large plot approaching half an acre (subject to survey). Directly to the front of the property is a courtyard that provides good parking for a range of vehicles. There is also access to:
TWOSTOREYBARN/WORKSHOP33' 5" x 19' 4" (10.20m x 5.90m) Of timber and part brick construction under a pantiled roof. With twin timber double entrance doors. Also Including inspection pit and timber staircase leading first floor. Double doors giving access to:
ATTACHEDGARAGE22' 11" x 14' 5" (7.0m x 4.40m) Of brick and chalk lump construction under a pantiled roof; with double entrance doors.
OPENBAYEDSTORE36' 1" x 14' 4" (11.0m x 4.38m) High bays under a corrugated metal roof.
To the rear there are large well established gardens which have clearly been well tended and nurtured for many years and could easily be brought back to their former glory. There are lawned areas interspersed with many varieties of shrubs , bushes and trees as well as fruit trees (apple & plum). There is a vegetable garden and two greenhouses and the garden lies adjacent to an open field on one side.
To the rear of the house there are a pair of Chalk lump and pantiled store sheds.
SERVICES Mains water & electricity are connected. Septic tank drainage.
Oil Fired Central Heating to radiators.
CONSTRUCTION The main house is of chalk lump and brick construction under a pantiled roof.