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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Malthouse Lane, Ludham

Sold STC £450,000

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*A RESTORED RUSTIC HOME* Malthouse Farm dates back to the 18th century where it was originally used for production of Malt. The property was purchased by the current owners and transformed into its current glory, with charming features throughout, to include a Rayburn and pamment tiles.

The popular village of Ludham has a range of shops, post office, doctors surgery, church, chapel and first school. The public moorings at Womack Water are within a quarter of a mile and give access to the Norfolk broads. The Broads capital Wroxham is approximately 6 miles away and the City of Norwich 13 miles

GUIDE PRICE £450,000 - £475,000

A covered wood storage area and a wooden stable door to entrance hall.

Entrance Hall
Pamment tiled flooring, staircase to first floor and doors to kitchen/dining room, sitting room and utility room.

Sitting Room: 16'3" x 10'11"
A cosy room with open fireplace and wooden surround, exposed stripped floor boards, double glazed window to side and double doors to garden.

Kitchen/Dining Room: 19'10" x 13'11"
A traditional fitted kitchen with base units and shelving for further storage,Belfast sink, original stone and pamment tiled flooring, double glazed window to rear and radiator. The Rayburn gives the kitchen a homely feel and is complimented by an open fireplace with a cast iron range.

Utility Room: 11'7" x 6'8"
Wall and base units for storage, plumbing and space for washing machine,space for fridge freezer, tiled flooring, door to shower room  and a double glazed window to front.

Shower Room
A fitted shower cubicle, low level toilet, hand basin, tiled flooring and exposed beams.

Music Room: 17'6" x 10'8"
A versatile room with access to the exterior, fitted carpet, open brick fireplace (not currently in use), a pamment tile hearth, exposed beams, door to further reception area a double glazed window to rear.

Formal Dining Room (former Malthouse): 26'10" x 17'3"
Previously the Malthouse, this two storey conversion adds further accommodation to the main house, or could be used for a variety purposes. The ground floor room exudes charm with feature beams,exposed brick fireplace, stripped original floorboards and feature walls with exposed brick. There are three windows facing onto the garden with field views and stairs to first floor.

Studio/Second Living Room: 26'11" x 17'2"
The first floor of the conversion with versatile purpose and has been used to put brush to canvas. There’s three windows facing out onto the garden with glorious field views over the local farmland. The ceiling is vaulted and the room benefits from exposed beams and another feature fireplace.

First Floor Landing
Doors to all main rooms, two cupboards, a study area and exposed wood flooring.

Master Bedroom: 17'5" x 10'2"
Dual aspect with windows from front to rear, exposed beams and stunning views across the fields.

Bedroom: 16'4" x 11'0"
Steps from the landing, exposed flooring, window with dual aspect and a cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom: 11'11" x 10'2"
Dual aspect windows with a dormer and wood flooring.

Bedroom: 10'8" x 8'1"
A window to front.

Fitted suite with bath and cladded side panel, sink, toilet and double glazed window to rear.

The property is located on the outskirts of Ludham, with far reaching farmland views which are unspoiled. To the front of the property, there is a timber five bar gate with a separate pedestrian entrance and vehicular access. There is a well maintained garden, access to the rear garden, open to porch and access to the main house, a carport and a garage. To the rear of the property, there is a mature but well maintained garden with a variety of shrubs, planters and fruit trees. There’s further unspoiled views over the local farmland giving an excellent sunny setting for the summer evenings with the family or for entertaining guests. It is from the exterior that attracts so much local attention, with many local artists using this famous property (locally) to produce saleable canvas paintings. 

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Added on Rightmove:
18 May 2016


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