4 bedroom detached house for sale

Ludham

Sold STC £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Period Property
  • Four Bedrooms (Three En-Suite)
  • Landscaped Grounds of Approx. 1.25 Acres (stms)
  • Sitting Room with Central Fireplace
  • Impressive Drawing Room
  • Dining Room, Library and Charming Garden Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Sunken Terrace
  • Garaging and Off Road Parking
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Fritton Lodge is a substantial period property that offers well-proportioned accommodation over two floors that extends to approximately 5300 square feet of accommodation including the garaging. Throughout the property there are period features with ornate ceiling mouldings, exposed timbers, fireplaces with ornately carved surrounds, a hand crafted staircase and some herringbone parquet floorings. There is a lovely entrance hall that in turn leads to the staircase hall with its hand crafted oak staircase and access to the rear garden and turning right into the sitting room with a bay window to the rear and central fireplace. A further door leads to a library and then to the impressive drawing room with bay window to the rear, window to the side, fireplace and staircase to the guest suite. In addition there is an anteroom which leads to a bathroom. There is a well-fitted kitchen/breakfast room with utility room, a fabulous dining room with inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and french doors leading into the charming garden room with fine views over the rear garden. The main first floor landing serves a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. From the drawing room there is a staircase that leads to a guest suite that comprises a bedroom, shower room and roof terrace.

Outside the property is approached via two impressive wrought iron gates that lead to a gravelled drive with parking and access to the garaging. To the front there is a wide range of mature planting with shrub borders and mature trees. To the rear there is a well landscaped garden that comprises a terrace, lawn, sunken garden, mature trees, evergreen beds and beech hedging. In addition there is a self-contained static home that is available by separate negotiation. The grounds extend to approximately 1.25 acres (stms). 

LUDHAM Ludham is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk, in The Broads, at the end of a dyke leading to Womack Water and flowing into the River Thurne. There is a primary school and nursery and a number of other schools located a few miles away. Ludham has an array of shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and a butcher’s. The village is ideally located to explore The Broads and you are able to hire a day boat from Womack or Ludham Bridge with its shops, restaurant and boat yard which is a popular mooring place for boats in the summer months. The hamlet of Johnson Street and The Dog Inn are just a short walk away. It is a good starting point for walks along the riverbank past the nature reserve at Buttle Marsh to How Hill. The How Hill estate occupies much of the north west of the village and here can be found a small museum and nature trail. There is an extensive network of public footpaths and permissive paths allowing access to most parts of the parish. Ludham has a good bus services with a stop outside the peaceful St Catherine’s Church and there is also a small airfield. 

COUNCIL TAX Fritton Lodge: G.
Static Home: A. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING F. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
23 May 2016

Nearest station

  • Acle (5.3 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Acle (5.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Sowerbys, Norwich

Old Bank Of England Court, Queen Street, Norwich, NR2 4SX

01603 950215 Local call rate

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