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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Barrows Hole Lane, Little Dunham, Kings Lynn


Property Description

Key features

  • A Lovely Detached Period Cottage
  • 2/3 Reception Rooms
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Village Centre Location
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Large Workshop & Small Barn
  • Full Double Glazing
  • EPC Rating: TBC

Full description

A lovely detached period cottage in village location together with large workshop and small barn, many characterful features, ample parking and a private rear garden. The property has 3 bedrooms and 2/3 reception rooms. Internal viewing is essential! EPC Rating: E/39.

Porch, study, fitted kitchen, dining room, sitting room, further porch. On the first floor: upper landing, 3 good bedrooms, large family bath/shower room. Outside: large workshop/garage, small barn, office/store, ample parking. Oil central heating, full double glazing, drainage to septic tank, council tax band C.

Little Dunham is a small rural village situated midway between the thriving market towns of Dereham and Swaffham and is only 2 miles north of the A47 trunk road. The nearby villages of Necton and Litcham have a variety of shops, there is a primary school in Great Dunham and an excellent secondary school in Litcham. To find the property leave Dereham Market Place by bearing left at the War Memorial and continue for about 5 miles through the villages of Scarning and Wendling before joining the A47 in the direction of Kings Lynn. Proceed through the village of Little Fransham and after a further 2 miles turn right on approaching the village of Necton sign posted Dunham. Continue into the village and take the second turning left and follow the road into the center of the village and the property will be found on the left hand side with a 'For Sale' board erected for ease of identification.

The accommodation comprises:

FRONT ENTRANCE PORCH: with 2 double glazed windows, stained glass panelled door to:

DINING ROOM: 15'6 x 12'6 (4.72m x 3.81m) with inglenook fireplace containing wood burner, adjacent cupboard, radiator, wall lights, double glazed window, divider with central beam to:

SITTING ROOM: 13'3 x 15' (4.04m x 4.57m) with open fireplace, radiator, 2 double glazed windows, fitted carpet, wall lights.

STUDY: 10'9 x 15' (3.28m x 4.57m) with 2 radiators, double glazed French doors to garden, staircase to first floor, divider to:

KITCHEN: 15'6 x 10'9 (4.72m x 3.28m) with single drain stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap set into an extensive range of fitted base and wall cupboards with tiled worktop, plumbing for automatic washing machine, ceiling beams and recessed lighting, quarry tiled floor, radiator, 2 double glazed windows.

SIDE PORCH: with door to courtyard.

On the first floor:

UPPER LANDING: with radiator, double glazed window, fitted carpet, built in storage cupboard.

BEDROOM 1: 14'4 x 12'6 (4.37m x 3.81m) with radiator, double glazed window, Victorian cast iron fireplace, wall lights, extensive built in mahogany veneered wardrobes.

BEDROOM 2: 15'6 x 12'6 max (4.72m x 3.81m max) with radiator, fitted carpet, doubled glazed window, built in cupboard.

BEDROOM 3: 'L' shaped 15' x 6'4 widening to 9'4 (4.57m x 1.93m widening to 2.84m) with radiator, double glazed window, fitted carpet.

FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM: 10'6 x 9'3 (3.2m x 2.82m) with large shower cubicle, paneled bath, vanity wash basin with a range of cupboards under, low level w.c., recessed ceiling lighting, radiator, double glazed window.

OUTSIDE: The property is bounded at the front by elevated timber fencing with an ornate wrought iron gate leading via a pathway to the front door. There is a wide gravelled driveway providing ample parking and this leads to the attached FORGE currently used as a forge and metal working business but as the owner is relocating the machinery will be removed. There are 3 sections broadly 29' x 14'6, 20' x 7' and a small recess of 6' x 4' (8.84m x 4.42m, 6.1m x 2.13m and a small recess of 1.83m x 1.22m). This building is of clay lump construction with a tiled roof and is fully alarmed. There is also a separate w.c. and an oil fired boiler serving the central heating system for the cottage. Adjacent to the workshop is a courtyard with timber OFFICE (12' x 7'6 (3.66m x 2.29m)) and further small BARN (18' x 13' (5.49m x 3.96m)) which would benefit from some renovation. There is a good sized garden to the rear laid primarily to lawn with many mature shrubs and is very private.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 March 2016


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