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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale


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Property Description

Key features

  • No Onward Chain
  • Beautiful Chapel Conversion
  • Open Countryside Views to Front
  • Three Bedrooms (Master En-Suite)
  • Spacious Lounge with Study Area
  • High Quality Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Off Street Parking and Garden to Front
  • Superb Blend of Classic and Contemporary
  • Well-Presented
  • Viewing Advised

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An absolutely beautiful conversion of a Wesleyan Chapel in the rural and peaceful village of Pentney in West Norfolk. The chapel was split into two properties some years ago and the current owner has recently completed this fine modernising. First-hand inspection of this exceptional property is highly recommended to see the quality of workmanship and attention to detail put into its creation. The property has a superb blend of classic and contemporary and is presented in exemplary manner, with open countryside views to the front. There is an entrance porchway giving access to a spacious lounge which is also suitable for a study area if required, this is partially open-plan to the kitchen/dining room, the kitchen having a contemporary inlay shaker style kitchen with Corian worktops and LED spotlight lighting. Futhermore, there are three first floor bedrooms with original chapel roof trusses on display, an en-suite bathroom set with travertine marble walls and flooring and a further shower room, also with the travertine and contemporary fittings. In addition, the property benefits from a large boarded loft with lighting and a fitted ladder. Outside, there is off street parking and a garden to front with a further storage area to side. Viewing is highly recommended and the property is offered with no upward chain, with many items currently in the home available by separate negotiation. 

PENTNEY Pentney is an ancient Norfolk village mentioned in the Doomsday book and is home to a notable ancient building, when you look at the signpost of Pentney, you will at once notice this imposing structure. This building, was the Gatehouse of what is locally known as Pentney Abbey, an Augustinian Priory for nearly 500 years, from 1075, in the time of William of Normandy, to its Suppression by King Henry VIII in 1534. The village offers a laid back rural lifestyle with all modern local amenities not more that 15mins away and junior schooling at Narborough. Trains run to London from nearby Kings Lynn, with Norwich some 40 minutes away with superb shopping, entertainment and nightlife. Pentney is ideally located for the coast being able to cut across the county and avoid the summer traffic. 

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:- Sealed unit front door to… 

ENTRANCE HALL 8' 2" x 5' 2" (2.5m x 1.6m) Slate flooring, windows to either side, radiator, staircase to first floor and doors to kitchen/dining room and lounge. 

LOUNGE 23' 7" x 11' 1" (7.2m x 3.4m) Wood laminate flooring, radiator, feature fireplace, double aspect sealed unit windows to front and side and recessed LED ceiling lighting. A versatile space enabling room for a study at rear if required. Discreet ceiling speakers wired for media system/television and formed archway to kitchen/dining room. 

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 23' 7" x 10' 5" > 7' 2" (7.2m x 3.2m > 2.2m) Dining area with continuation of wood laminate flooring, radiator and sealed unit window to side. Comprehensive fitted contemporary colour shaker inlay kitchen with tall utility cupboard, curved ended units, integrated dishwasher and integrated washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer and space for Rangecooker with fitted Rangemaster extractor fan over. Corian stone effect worktops, fitted stainless steel sink with mixer tap, double aspect windows to front and side, radiator, continuation of wood laminate flooring and sealed unit door to side of property. Return door to reception hallway. 

STAIRS AND LANDING Straight flight staircase leads to the first floor landing with exposed original roof truss, doors to bedrooms one, two and three and the family shower room.  

BEDROOM ONE 12' 1" x 11' 1" (3.7m x 3.4m) Two sealed unit windows to front and additional roof window to side, built-in wardrobe, original roof truss exposed, radiator and door to en-suite. 

EN-SUITE Travertine tiled flooring and walls, fitted bath with shower attachment over, WC and washbasin. Contemporary towel radiator, door to airing cupboard, roof window and further window to front. 

BEDROOM TWO 10' 9" x 10' 9" (3.3m x 3.3m) Roof window, exposed original roof trusses and radiator.  

BEDROOM THREE 10' 9" x 7' 6" (3.3m x 2.3m) Roof window, radiator and exposed original roof trusses. 

FAMILY SHOWER ROOM Travertine tiled walls and flooring, tiled shower cubicle with overhead shower system and further hair wash attachment, vanity unit with sink, WC and storage. Towel radiator and recessed ceiling lighting.  

OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is off street parking and area for a patio set and bistro table with gated access to the side leading to a further area suitable for storage. The boundaries are set and defined by hedging and original wrought-iron railings.  

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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08 September 2016


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