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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Lowestoft Road, Blundeston, NR32

Sold by Us £545,000

Property Description

Key features

  • GUIDE PRICE 545000 To 580000
  • Set In Grounds Of 1.66 Acres (STC)
  • Extended And Refurbished Throughout
  • Ground Source Heating System
  • 30Ft Open Plan Living Space
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Ground Floor Wet Room
  • High Quality And Bespoke Finish Throughout
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Detached Garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
GUIDE PRICE £545000 £580000

Recently REFURBISHED throughout and EXTENDED to incorporate a 30ft STYLISH OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE, this stunning FOUR BEDROOM family home offers flexible living accommodation and a high quality of finish throughout. Set within a mature ONE AND TWO THIRDS ACRE plot (STC), this property deserves your immediate attention and an early viewing is recommended. Secluded, tranquil and on the edge of the highly regarded village of Blundeston, next to open countryside. Perfect for country lovers, families with animal interests, recreational entertaining, young families, this is a unique property with character, charm and appropriate mix of modernisation.

Local Area
Blundeston is a village with Dickensian connections and is situated 4½ miles south of Gorleston, ½ a mile west of the A12 and is readily accessible to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft with their medical and extensive retail facilities. The village still retains a quaint, quiet pace of life, surrounded by countryside. The village has a village hall with a range of activities, children's play area, and a strong community spirit. The village pub is famous for it's link to Dickens. There are plenty of walks around the village, including those to Blundeston Marshes, Peddars Way and Somerleyton Hall. The village is regarded locally as a "sought after" location.
Norwich is to the west with a mainline railway connection and international airport. A good range of well respected local schools are all within easy reach.

Ground Floor
Entering through the large, bespoke, locally made oak double doors you are welcomed by a stunning open plan living space with central skylight, double bi folding doors to the rear patio area and windows to the front and side. Natural slate flooring throughout the majority of the ground floor and external patio, with zoned underfloor heating to the open plan living area and the snug / study. To one end of this space is a quality fitted kitchen with island and bespoke walnut work tops with underset sink, bespoke locally made oak storage cupboards, integrated dishwasher, fitted double oven with electric hob over and motorised rising extractor, vented to the outside. Several different lighting options to the whole area. The kitchen area leads through to a utility room, again with bespoke fitted units and wood work tops with underset Belfast sink, a window to the front and space for your appliances. The ground source heating unit is also located in this room. Back to the open plan living space, you are led off through to the hallway with the flow of the matching slate floor, where you will find a door into a separate w.c. with hand wash basin, an under stairs storage cupboard with light, a stunning fully wood effect tiled wet room comprising of a rain shower, w.c,, sink and dual heat wall radiator. There is a door to the side entrance porch leading straight onto the front paddock and horse shelter, and further doors to the garden room, living room and the study. The living room has a feature brick fireplace, wood floor and inset log burner, and is flooded with natural light from the double doors to the rear garden and garden room, and from the windows to the front and side. The study / snug leads back to the open plan living space and features a window to the rear, open brick fireplace and multiple power points, usb charging points and tv aerial box.

From the hallway, carpeted stairs with half landing lead to:

First floor
The first floor landing features a window to the front and a further window to the rear. Doors lead off to four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second bedroom is on the left and has dual aspect window to the front and rear garden, as well as a vanity set wash hand basin. The next bedroom is the on the right and is the third in size, a double room with dual aspect, far reaching rural views, and a vanity set wash hand basin. The room also features a fireplace and storage cupboard. The only single room is next and although single it couldn't be accused of being a box room. The window again benefits from far reaching rural views. The next room you reach is the stunning bathroom with natural slate floor and feature wall tiled in the same. You will find a rolled edge freestanding bath, w.c and wall mounted period wash hand basin. Finally you reach the master bedroom, tucked away at the end of the landing and with views over the grounds and beyond.

Loft access is to be found in the bathroom and is boarded with a fitted loft ladder.

Open Plan Living
29'8" x 16'3" with additional entrance area of 9'6" x 8'10"

Utility Room
10'7" x 9'5"

14'10" x 11'11"

Wet Room
9'10" x 4'3"


Living Room
19'10" x 15'8"

Lean To
14'9" x 9'12"

First Floor Landing
Doors to;

Master Bedroom
14'10" x 12'1"

Bedroom Two
14'10" x 11'11"

Bedroom Three
12'10" x 10'

Bedroom Four
11'6" x 7'7"

11'5" x 6'7"

You enter the property through a double gate, set back on a private track from the main road. An extensive gravelled driveway leads to both the main entrance and a timber detached garage. As you approach the house you will find a paddock to the right. Entering through the gate within the picket fence, the 2/3s of the paddock to the left including horse shelter are included within the sale. The underground ground source pipes are within this land, as are the services connections. The third to the right will retained by the owners, but may be available by separate negotiation. To the left of the main entrance and completely encircling the house are the mature, nature rich, tranquil private gardens immediately adjacent to miles of open countryside which can be accessed by a footpath entrance within a few minutes walk from the property , a raised patio area and a raised steel framed outside pool not currently in use .

The grounds are a true delight, meandering through mature trees you will find a secret garden where children have previously set up camp and enjoyed stories around the camp fire. A zip line remains in place from previous owners. With 1.66 acres (STC) there is space for everyone and everything.

General Information
Council tax band: E
Utilities: mains water and electricity are connected to the property.
Heating: via radiators and zoned underfloor heating. The heating works via a ground source system with piping laid under the front paddock. This system greatly reduces the heating costs for both water and central heating.

Agents note: the owners have a separate plot at the front of the property. This is available to purchase by separate negotiation. Although it doesn't currently have any permission to build on.

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 August 2016


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