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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

51 Wroxham Road, Coltishall, Norwich, NR12

Offers in Excess of £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Award Winning Development
  • Original Character Features
  • Sought After Rural Location Within 10 Miles Of Norwich
  • Bespoke Solid Oak Fitted Kitchen
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Receptions
  • Family Bathroom & En-Suite
  • Walled Front & Enclosed Private Rear Garden
  • Garage
  • Double Glazed & Gas Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
The Property Guide Price £575,000 to £600,000 This deceptively-large, tastefully-converted 3400-sq-ft (stms) four-bedroom house with private garden stands within walking-distance of Coltishall Common and moorings on the river Bure. The village offers local shops, riverside public houses / restaurants, including the Norfolk Mead Hotel and fine dining restaurant, whilst a good road network provides access to the Broadlands village of Wroxham (with its rail service) and Norwich. Weathervane House was sympathetically converted in 1985 winning a coveted Broads Authority award for providing modern living facilities whilst protecting and enhancing its character and original features, all of which are captivating to the eye. Additional to the original features the property also boasts generously-proportioned accommodation which includes a 22ft reception hall, 34ft sitting room, 15ft dining room and 25ft fully-fitted bespoke solid oak and granite-topped kitchen. The accommodation is set over three floors with the ground and second floors being linked by a main staircase and the second floor a cast-iron spiral staircase. Feature arched full-height windows are replicated at both front and rear elevations providing views over the walled front garden and private rear garden which also backs open fields. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all the distinctive features of this character property, including the vaulted ceiling to the second floor, generously-sized rooms, tranquil setting and prime location.

Entrance Porch
Covered arched entrance porch with light.

Reception Hall
22'10" x 7'3"
A fully glazed entrance door with glazed windows to either side open to the reception hall where you are immediately met by an exposed brick herringbone and timber wall, with solid timber centre post reaching up through the floors to the second floor vaulted ceiling. To the side of the hall is a cupboard housing electric meter, fuse board and water stop cock. Double radiator, stairs to the first floor with turned balustrade and handrail, shelved linen / storage cupboard, understairs recess and doors opening to the ground floor rooms.

Cloak Room
6'9" x 4'9"
Comprising a low level flush toilet and pedestal wash hand basin, radiator and extractor fan.

Sitting Room
34'3" x 20'8" narrowing to 13' x 11'8"
Double aspect windows to front and rear aspects, open fireplace with stone surround, open grate and pamment stone hearth, three double radiators, television and telephone points, floor to ceiling book case and double opening doors opening to the kitchen / conservatory room.

Dining Room
15'11" x 13'
With two double glazed windows to front, ceramic tiled floor, cupboard housing the gas meter and doors to the reception hall and rear hall area.

Kitchen / Breakfast
25'1" x20'4" narrowing to 12'11" x 11'3"
The kitchen has been the subject of recent refurbishment by the current owners providing a beautiful open plan style kitchen / breakfast room. The main kitchen has been extended into the conservatory which has been renovated with new roof joists and glass roof. The solid oak hand crafted kitchen designed and constructed by Eric Bates is a delight with central island, pull out metal rack shelving unit, glazed display cupboards with feature internal lighting, waste and recycling storage cupboard, high level wine rack over the fitted 'American' style fridge / freezer, range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with drawers being topped with solid polished granite work surfaces. Incorporated into the work surfaces you will find full and half porcelain sink bowls and a carved draining area. Additional to the extensive range of fitted units, integral appliances include a double-oven range cooker with six-burner hob and extracting cooker hood over, dishwasher, washing machine and combination microwave oven. The walls are part-tiled and the floor is tiled with limestone, which continues into the conservatory/breakfast room. Feature under-cupboard lighting, two double radiators, and double doors opening to the garden, whilst the double glazed windows of the conservatory provide a bright and airy room.

First Floor Landing
23'1" x 7'2"
With gallery-style landing, feature arched window and seating area, wrought iron spiral staircase to the second floor, doors to bedrooms, family bathroom, airing cupboard, radiator and wall-light points.

Master Bedroom
22'2" x 13'
An extremely generous master bedroom with two double glazed windows to front, two radiators, inset spot lights to ceiling with dimmer switch and door to:

Master En-suite
11'8" x7'9"
Comprising a double shower cubicle with mains shower unit, two pedestal wash hand basins and low level flush toilet. Part-tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, inset spot lighting to ceiling, and radiator.

Bedroom Two
14'7" x 13'
Two double glazed windows to front and radiator.

Bedroom Three
12'8" x 12'6"
Feature full height arched window to rear overlooking the garden, telephone point and radiator.

Bedroom Four
12'5" x 11'9"
Two double-glazed windows to rear and radiator.

Family Bathroom
10'3" x 7'7"
Comprising a corner bath with mains shower unit pelmet with rail and curtain, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush toilet. Vanity mirror with light, radiator and 'Velux' style roof line window.

Second Floor Landing
At the top of the spiral staircase an opening with glazed side panels opens to:

Office / Study
23' x 18' narrowing to 7'8"
This galleried area provides a wonderful vista down through the property and of the spiral staircase and feature full-height arched window below. This area could be utilised as an office, study or library. At the heart of this space is the magnificent vaulted ceiling and central column with spurred roof supports. Eaves storage surrounds this galleried area and is accessed via a full height door and low level entrance to the opposing side. This area provides additional storage and contains the cold water storage tank and light.

Front Garden
The front garden is walled to all sides with a wrought iron gate and arched brick frame. Once through this entrance gate a central path leads to the main entrance and arched porch. To either side of the path there are lawn areas and mature shrub / flower beds and hidden waste and recycle bin storage area with water tap.

Rear Garden
A mature and private rear garden with an abundance of trees shrubs and flower beds. Paved terrace, patio area and to the rear of the garden is a timber building.

24'1" x 11'
The garage is located to the very front of the property. This is accessed via the main drive and has double opening doors, work bench, separate fuse trip switch for power and light and a glazed side door.

Additional to the garage the property also offers two off road parking spaces.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 August 2016


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