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4 bedroom detached house for sale

The Street, Halvergate, Norfolk

Sold STC £649,500

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

A modern (2009) detached family house of Georgian style built on the previous entrance to Halvergate Hall, offering almost 3000sq ft. of accommodation set over 3 floors in this charming rural village

Ground Floor
- Entrance hall
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Study
- Utility room
- W.C.
- Double Garage

First Floor
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room
- 3 further bedrooms (one en suite)
- Family bathroom

Second Floor
- Attic room
- Storage under eaves

- Remote control gated entrance
- Off road parking
- Standing centrally in garden and grounds

Driving Distances (approx.)
- Norwich: 17 miles
- A47: 2 miles
- East Coast: 9 miles
- Acle: 4.5 miles


The Manor House was built in 2009 and occupies a prestigious plot, at the previous entrance to Halvergate Hall. The property was built by a well-known local builder for the current owner and although the property is now just a few years old it has not been lived in, and is still in many ways as good as new!

The design of the house is of Georgian styling, with a centrally located pillared entrance. The adjoining double garage to the west of the house is mirrored in style by the sitting room to the east side. The house benefits from internal and external CCTV which can be monitored externally. Excellent quality fixtures and fittings have been used throughout, finishing the house to an exacting standard.

Ground Floor

The house is entered through double doors into the impressive entrance hall leading to a central corridor. Immediately to the left is the large (39'2 x 12'2) handmade fitted kitchen complete with granite worktops. The tiled floor benefits from underfloor heating, this leads to a breakfast/dining area, with a separate utility room to the rear. French doors lead out to the rear garden. An internal door leads off the kitchen into the double garage, again with a pedestrian door to the rear.

From the central hallway a dining room (with rear door to the garden) is located to the western side of the house, opposite the kitchen/breakfast room. A large sitting room (25'9 x 14'9) with feature fireplace enjoys a direct view of the garden through the French doors. To the front of the house, accessed off the entrance hall is a dedicated study, whilst a W.C. completes the ground floor accommodation.

First Floor

A central staircase leads up from the ground floor to a first floor landing where the sleeping accommodation is found. The master bedroom with stunning tiled en suite shower room, complete with underfloor heating is located at the north-east corner of the house, and enjoys a view over the neighbouring paddocks and countryside. Three further bedrooms are located on this floor, with one benefiting from an en suite shower room whilst a family bathroom serves the other 2 bedrooms.

Second Floor

The second floor offers an attic room (20'5 x 18'4) accessed by a central staircase and offers an excellent space for either over flow accommodation or a games room/family room etc. Storage is available within the eaves and this floor offers an excellent view to the north.


The Manor House is approached through a remote control sliding metal gate which leads to a gravelled parking and turning area providing ample room for a number of vehicles as well as a double garage, linked to the house. The house stands centrally in the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a terrace to the rear and a patio walkway around the whole of the house. A number of large specimen trees populate the garden which is mainly bordered by a hedgerow and brick wall.


Halvergate is a charming rural village that sits between Norwich (17 miles to the west) and the East Coast (9 miles) and is situated just 2 miles off the Acle Straight. The town of Acle is about 4.5 miles to the north and provides local schools, shops, restaurants, pubs, library & a post office. The local village of Freethorpe also offers a village shop and public house. The Weavers Way footpath passes through Halvergate and provides access to the Berney Arms public house as well as access to miles of footpaths. The Halvergate Marshes are a place of special scientific interest and attracts a vast array of wildlife.

Directions NR13 3AJ

Leave Norwich on the A47 heading east towards Great Yarmouth. Upon reaching Acle, continue to follow signs for the A47 signposted Great Yarmouth. From the Acle straight, take the first major turning on your right hand side signposted Halvergate. As you drive through the village, The Manor House will be on your left hand side as indicated by its own name plate.

Local Authority

Broadland District Council, Band: F, Annual cost: £2,238.21 (2016/17).


Mains water and drainage, oil fired central heating, mains electric

Fixtures and Fittings

Items regarded as fixtures and fittings including carpets, curtains, light fittings and garden ornaments are excluded although these items may be available by separate negotiation.

Kitchen appliances, utility appliances and wall-mounted T.V.'s are included in this sale.


Strictly by prior appointment with sole agents Jackson-Stops & Staff. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.

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Added on Rightmove:
29 April 2016

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