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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Beech House, 50a Brow Of The Hill, Leziate, Norfolk

Under Offer £900,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Possibly Leziates Finest Modern House located in North West Norfolk
  • Benefiting From a Privileged Un-Overlooked Discreet Location
  • Offering Bright and Spacious Interconnecting Stylish Interior
  • Double Reception Room, Dining Room / Games Room & Cinema Room
  • High specification - surround sound system, solar panels, underfloor heating.
  • Oak Framed Sun Room, Study, Breakfast Room, Open Plan Kitchen.
  • Providing 5 bedrooms, 2 En Suites & Dressing Room plus Family Bathroom.
  • Substantial Studio/Office above Garage (conversion possibly into 2 further bedrooms)
  • Fabulous Mixture of Mature Gardens & Lawns with Rolling Fields to the Rear.
  • Ornamental Garden Pond, Ample off Road Parking & Integral Double Garage.

Full description

Tucked away in a very attractive rural area a few miles to the east of King's Lynn in the spread out village of Leziate is a beautiful, relatively new property. The immaculate paved driveway opens out in front of the most magnificent, substantial, traditionally-built property with attractive timbers in the external terracotta brickwork featuring pretty herringbone patterning. The dramatic pantile roof swoops down over the front entrance watched over by a pair of dormer windows above. The double-glazed windows are coloured mahogany on the outside to complement the dark external decorative timbers, but white on the inside to enhance the feeling of light inside.

Everything about this property has been conceived to impress - it shouts high specification and superb quality. On entering the reception hall through solid oak doors with timber side panels, you are greeted by a huge space with highly-polished, buff, porcelain tiles underfoot and a striking carpeted stairway taking centre stage which splits to turn right and left. The feel is quality contemporary with glass panels fitted between the natural oak structure, and recessed down-lighters fitted into the ceiling. Doors lead off to all the downstairs reception rooms: a downstairs cloakroom immediately to the left, a study and the kitchen to the right, double doors to the dining room ahead, and further semi-glazed double doors to the huge sitting room to the left. It is a wonderful light room over twenty-six feet long and sixteen feet wide with a fabulous big inglenook brick fireplace in the centre with a feature cast iron wood-burner on the quarry tiled hearth, and a hefty oak beam above. Windows face three aspects – the front drive, either side of the inglenook to the side, and then at the far end of this, fully-carpeted in cream wool, room there are double doors which open out onto the south-facing garden at the rear of the property.

The dining room is another spacious room, also fully carpeted, and has a chameleon quality to it. Over burr walnut dining table, which seats twelve with its matching chairs and rolls over easily to become a snooker table, in the ceiling is an impressive contemporary neon-lighting arrangement which surrounds a more traditional central pendant light. Beyond the dining room and connected by double interior glazed doors is a beautiful garden room fully-glazed and constructed entirely of solid oak with a timber floor underfoot. The vaulted ceiling reveals the roof timbers, and double doors open onto the paved, south-facing patio and garden at the back.

The kitchen, which is another massive room almost thirty feet long, has a continuation of the gleaming floor tiles and leads through a wide arch into the breakfast room at the back of the house. The kitchen is fitted with a beautiful Kingswood contemporary kitchen all to the highest specification, with polished granite worktops. Top notch appliances are integrated within the fitted units: a double Miele oven and ceramic hob, a Miele microwave, a Miele dishwasher, and an integrated wine chiller. Whilst there is a smaller under-counter fridge, there is a large free-standing Bosch American fridge-freezer included in the sale of the property. Off the breakfast room is another spacious and light room - the family room reached through double panelled-oak doors to one side; and the dining room is to the other. The family or 'cinema room' has a pure wool cream carpet, also has glazed, double doors onto the patio, and boasts a fabulous feature - the latest in vogue; a drop-down 2.2 metre screen which is built into the ceiling.

The kitchen also leads on into a huge utility area with black ceramic floor tiles which connects to another downstairs lavatory, a back door to the garden, and through another door into the big double garage. Beside this, carpeted stairs turn up to the area above the garage. This is an expansive, fully-carpeted office space, lit from windows at each end and two dormers in the side, making this property ideal for running a business from home. The sizable study in the house alone offers an opportunity for the self-employed.

More exceptional features of this state of the art property are the solar panels on the roof which ensure reduction on electricity costs and yield approximately £600 per year from the government, underfloor heating throughout the downstairs run by interchangable oil-fired and air source heating, a water treatment plant for private sewerage, Fantasia ceiling fans in many of the rooms and, probably above all else, the integrated surround-sound hi-fi system. Upstairs the centrally positioned, fully-carpeted, light and airy landing gives access to all the bedrooms and family bathroom. All the rooms are large doubles, light and airy, the master being particularly spacious with its huge walk-through dressing room, two sides of which house fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. Beyond the bedroom, which enjoys views overlooking the garden, is an arch over saloon-style louvre doors into the en suite. No expense has been spared in this luxurious turquoise wall-tiled cocoon for relaxation.

Beech House sits on a plot of about two-thirds of an acre. The garden, like the house, is immaculately designed and maintained, which also includes external surround sound system and garden lighting. The sunny garden is surrounded by mature trees; towards the back beyond the African hut is a small pond with an adjacent little decking area under dappled shade. A pergola over a gravel path leads from a vegetable garden round the back of the garage - which is nicely hidden away with a wood-store and the oil tank - behind the African hut and to the pond. The property features outside light detectors, and is fully alarmed.

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