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5 bedroom detached house for sale

The Street, Brooke, Norwich, Norfolk

Sold STC £795,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House , 5.3 acres
  • 5/6 bedrooms
  • Paddocks , Fuelwood copse
  • Stables, Tack room
  • Walled Kitchen Garden
  • Triple Garage, Carport.
  • Period features
  • Workshops, Outbuildings
  • Very Popular Village

Full description

Detached Georgian house in secluded village location with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, and kitchen/breakfast room. Set in 5.3 acres s.t.s, it combines country-style living with easy access to excellent local amenities.
The Old Hall is situated in a secluded location in the middle of the much sought after village of Brooke. It is well maintained, with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, grounds of 5.3 acres s.t.s., walled vegetable garden, paddocks, fuelwood copse, stabling, triple garage, workshops, outbuildings and ample parking. Parts of The Old Hall are believed to date from the 18th Century and the property provides a number of period features including a large inglenook fireplace in the dining room and leaded lights in much of the older part of the house. A light and airy property, The Old Hall offers well proportioned family accommodation. The property is approached through wrought-iron gates and a gravelled drive. The front garden has established mixed borders, a range of mature shrubs and trees, lawns, a summerhouse, and a large stone terrace with a well-established wisteria. There is a cottage garden to the rear with a pond feature, rose trellises, and a sitting area. Outbuidings adjoining the rear of the house provide storage for a freezer, garden equipment, bicycles, oil storage tanks, etc. A walled kitchen garden is laid out in a bed system for good and easy management; it is currently used mainly for vegetables but would lend itself equally well to more perennial crops such as fruit trees. Adjacent to this is a period greenhouse with power and water supplies and an automated watering system. The Passmores stable block has two loose boxes and a tack room, and adjoins the workshops (with inspection pit), garaging for three cars, and carport. There are 3-4 acres of grazing paddocks and additional areas planted with mainly indigenous trees, including a fuelwood copse; this area is bordered by mature traditional hedging. (A range of gardening and grass-cutting equipment could be available by arrangement.) Brooke village is well served with shops, post office, church and chapels, two public houses, garage, primary school and pre-school, and a wide range of leisure and sporting activities; all these are within walking distance. There are hourly bus services to Norwich and Bungay.

Ground Floor

Porch
Solid outside door and glazed door to Entrance Hall
Entrance Hall
16'0' x 7'0'. Pamment tile flooring. Turning stairs to first floor landing. Doorway and stairs down to cellar/basement.
Kitchen/breakfast room
25'3' x 11'0'. Fitted with base and eye level wall units, full height cupboards and work tops. Oil fired Aga and further space for electric cooker. Exposed brick and beams. Tiled floor. Leaded windows (secondary glazed) to rear and side. Ample dining area with glazed door to rear garden.
Utility Room
10'2' x 5'7'. Sink unit and space for washing machine. Door to covered yard and outside toilet with basin and water softener.
Study/Computer room
8'1' x 7'1'. Leaded window (secondary glazed) to side. Door to Cloak room
Cloakroom
WC and wash hand basin.
Lounge
23'0' x 20'5'. (max size into bays) Sash windows looking onto front garden. Natural oak-framed french doors to front and side, both giving access to stone terrace and gardens. Tortoise fire box with carved wood surround and granite hearth. Fitted oak-topped shelves to both sides of the fireplace.
Lounge/Dining Room
19'6' x 12'6'. Inglenook fireplace with woodburner and wooden shelving to side in lounge area. Sash window to side. Ample space for large table in dining area.
Sun room/office
15'3' x 13'11'. Wooden floor and two walls with natural oak floor-to-ceiling book shelves. Natural oak-framed french doors and large window area looking south onto front garden. In recent years this room has been used mainly as a home office but it was originally built as a bed-sitting room with attached bathroom and could be used like this again. Access to Sauna & bathroom
Sauna
Sauna with fitted surrounding cupboards.
Bathroom
9'7"' x 5'11"'. Built in bath with steps down and shower over, WC, bidet and wash hand basin.
Cellar
Original brick-floored cellar. The main area (11'3 x 7'9) is ideal for wine racks or general storage. There is also an arched brick side spur (8'0 x 6'7) with original brick wine bins.

First Floor

Double Bedroom
17'11' x 12'6'. Dual aspect sash windows to side. Built in cupboard.
Double Bedroom
15'1' x 13'10'. Sash bay window to front
Double Bedroom
13'6' x 12'6'. Leaded window (secondary glazed) to side, wash hand basin, walk in wardrobe/airing cupboard.
Double Bedroom
16'4' x 8'5'. Sash window to front. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom
12'4' x 9'9'. At present, this room has built-in wardrobes and cupboards to serve mainly as a dressing room. Sash window to side and door to:
En-Suite Bathroom
11'5' x 6'10'. A white suite in Art-Deco style with black glass wall tiles and white floor tiles. Heated towel rails. Window to front.
Family Bathroom
13'3' x 7'10'. Bath with shower over, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Leaded window (secondary glazed) to side. Airing cupboard.

Second Floor

Attic
Door and steps from first floor landing to second landing with access to main eaves and doorway to attic room (15'9 x 13'4) with window to front. This attic room has been mainly used as a storeroom/studio but could be easily updated to a permanent double-sized bedroom.

Gardens
Own Garden

Parking
Ample Parking on Property


Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 April 2012

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