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5 bedroom farm house for sale

The Street, Bodham, NR25

Sold by Us £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Brick And Flint Farmhouse
  • In The Locality Of Holt
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Garages
  • Three Receptions
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Gardens & Countryside Views
  • 1/2 Acre Circa
  • 3 Miles North Norfolk Coast
  • Central Heating & Double Glazing

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A BRICK and FLINT residence in the locality of HOLT has it's origins dating from the mid 17 Century with later additions, and sits on a 1/2 acre plot circa with views over the surrounding countryside. The property was restored and renovated in 1991 and offers spacious family accommodation, two en-suite bathrooms, three garages and a carriage driveway with ample parking. Many interesting character features have been carefully preserved and displayed such as the wide, inglenook fireplace to the dining room with original bread oven along with the Inglenook to the sitting room. There are exposed timbers, pamment tiled floors and exposed beams.
The majority of the house benefits from high ceilings.
The property is situated on the edges of the village of Bodham which is in the locality of Holt and only circa three miles from some of the most interesting
and sought after regions of the North Norfolk Coast.

Location
The village of Bodham benefits from a Public House, village store and church. It is lies circa three miles from the famous Georgian market town of HOLT which offers an array of amenities and excellent shopping including designer boutiques, gourmet stores and art galleries.
The greatly respected Gresham's School is located here and there are other excellent schools in the surrounding towns and villages. There is a railway station at Sheringham, circa three miles away, which offers connections to London.
Close by is the famous North Norfolk coast which offers many leisure activities including numerous well regarded Golf Courses, sailing and bird watching. Blakeney Point is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and a National Nature Reserve. It is an impressive 4 mile long stretch of coastline encompassing a fantastic spectrum of wildlife, varying landscapes, a sand and shingle spit, salt marshes, sand dunes and a wide range of plant life.
It is surrounded by huge expanses of marshes, sky and beach. It's perfect for bird watching and dinghy sailing. The picture perfect villages of Cley, Blakeney, Salhouse and Stiffkey offer beautiful quaysides with brick & flint cottages lining the narrow streets. There are many boutique hotels with outstanding restaurants in the area along with stately homes open to visitors.

Entrance Hall
Pamment tiled floor, door to;

Sitting Room
17'6 x 15'9
Original Inglenook fireplace in red brick with bressumer beam over and inset gas stove. Windows to front and side, radiator, two TV points and door to second stairwell leading to the master bedroom.

Family Room
14' x 10'3
Window to rear, radiator, TV point and French style doors to garden.

Dining Room
14' x 15'9
Original wide and deep red brick Inglenook fireplace featuring an original bread oven, gas stove and bressumer beam over. Original door frame inscribed with the date 1649, further exposed beams, pamment tiled floor, radiator, window to front.

Kitchen / Breakfast
14' x 15'9
Range of Oak fronted base and wall units, wine rack, matching dresser unit with glass fronted display cabinets and plate rack, ceramic hob inset to chimney breast (space for range cooker if desired) eye level double oven, integrated dishwasher, sink and drainer unit, TV and phone points, electric kick board heater, pine fronted airing cupboard, pamment tiled floor, window and door to front.

Utility Room
10'8 x 10'3
A further breakfast area with space for large table, stainless steel sink and drainer unit with cupboard under, plumbing for washing machine, oil fired central heating boiler, radiator.

Boot Room
16'6 x 7'2
With range of shelving, radiator, window and stable style door to rear courtyard, door to single garage.

Study
10'3 x 7'7
TV and telephone points, radiator and window to rear.

Downstairs Cloakroom
With wash hand basin and low level W.C.window to rear.

Landing
Decorative xposed brick reveal to corner plasterwork, velux skylight, two display niches, stairway to attic space. Window to front with field views and radiator.

Master Bedroom
17'6 x 16'
Window to front with field views, two radiators, feature fireplace (sealed), exposed beam, TV and phone points, wall lights, fitted wardrobe, door to private stairwell from sitting room, over stair cupboard and door to;

Master En-suite
Part sunken cast iron bath with 'Aqualisa' shower over, vanity wash hand basin, shelf and mirror unit with shaver point, radiator and window to side.

Bedroom Two
16' x 12'6
TV and phone points, radiator, window to front and door to;

En-suite Two
Enclosed shower cubicle with 'Aqualisa' shower, wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator and window to side.

Bedroom Three
11'9 x 11'6
Two sets of fitted double wardrobes with cupboards over, TV and phone points, radiator and window to front.

Bedroom Four
16'6 x 10'3
Exposed beams, fitted wardrobes, radiator, TV and phone points, windows to side and rear.

Bedroom Five
10'9 x 6'6
Exposed beams, TV and phone points, radiator, window to rear.

Family Bathroom
Panel bath, vanity wash hand basin, low level W.C., heated towel rail, velux skylight.

Approach
The property is approached via a country road with fields opposite. An attractive brick and flint wall encloses the property and double five bar gates open onto a shingled carriage driveway with a central bed, leading to the double garage to one side and the single garage to the North side. A pedestrian gate allows access to the lane to front.

Double Garage
20' x 16'
With twin up and over doors, power and light supply, window and personal door to side.

Garage Three
Extra long at 20' x 11'
Accessed via the North side of the property. Up and over door, power and light, window to rear and personal door to the boot room.

Gardens
The garden lies principally to the side and rear and is mainly laid to lawn, edged with mature plant and shrub beds and a range of trees. There is a large paved sun terrace and a covered patio leading out from the family room. The garden continues to the North side where there is a hidden area of lawn screened by mature plants and shrubs. This leads to the rear of the single garage. There is a screened 2500 litre oil tank. The garden borders open countryside providing far reaching views and the plot extends to 0.5 acre approximately.

Services
Mains water and electricity supplied.
Broadband connected.
Drainage to private system.
LPG gas supplies the cooker and the wood burning style stoves to the sitting and dining rooms.


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