4 bedroom detached house for saleChurch Street, Wymondham
Sold STC £875,000
- TOWN CENTRE ELEGANCE
- HISTORIC HOME WITH PROVENANCE
- UNRIVALLED VIEWS OF ABBEY, MEADOWS & RUINS
- FULLY RENOVATED TO EXCEPTIONAL STANDARDS
- SEPARATE COACH HOUSE & GENEROUS PARKING
A STUNNING FAMILY HOME RECENTLY HAVING UNDERGONE A COMPLETE RENOVATION AND EXTENSION TO EXCEPTIONAL STANDARDS. THIS ICONIC TOWN CENTRE PROPERTY BACKS ONTO THE PROTECTED ABBEY MEADOWS WHICH GIVE THE IMPRESSION OF BEING IN THE COUNTRYSIDE WHILST ACTUALLY BEING SITUATED IN THE CENTRE OF TOWN.
RECEPTION HALL * CELLAR * INNER HALL * BOOT ROOM * CLOAKROOM * SITTING ROOM * DINING ROOM * KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM * UTILITY ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM SUITE (DRESSING ROOM, BEDROOM, EN-SUITE) * 2 FURTHER BEDROOMS * EN SUITE * BATHROOM * ATTIC BEDROOM HAVING EN SUITE *
Location - Wymondham is a South Norfolk gem situated approximately nine miles south west of Norwich city centre. This rapidly expanding, yet charming, historic market town enjoys a full range of services including:- most major banks, Waitrose and Morrisons supermarkets, four medical centres, five dentists, two veterinary practices, a wide choice of pubs restaurants and cafes, leisure and sports facilities, a full range of local schools including Wymondham College and Wymondham High Academy, both having excellent reputations. The town has an award winning railway station with regular services to Norwich, London, Cambridge and many other destinations via connections at Ely. Landmarks include the impressive Abbey, the Market Cross and the Bridewell Museum. The University of East Anglia, John Innes Institute, Food Research Institute and Science Park, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, Norfolk Police Headquarters and Lotus Cars are all local employers served by the town.
Directions - From Wymondham Market Cross proceed westerly down into Market Street turning second right just before the town sign into Church Street, Abbey Lodge can be found on the left hand side next door to the Abbey.
Originally built in 1828 by the Reverend Papillon for his own occupation, the property backs into the trust owned meadow land that surrounds both the current Abbey and much of the ancient ruins. More recently the property has had royal connections being the home of the late Lady Patricia Tetley, a first cousin of the Queen, who resided quietly at Abbey Lodge until April 1995.
Although not a listed building the property is in a controlled conservation area.
CANOPY TILED PORCH
Having oak supports, leading to oak front door and side windows.
RECEPTION HALL 10'2" x 10'2" (3.1m x 3.1m)
Pamment tiled flooring, cast iron fireplace, door to inner hall, door and stairs down to:-
CELLAR 13'2" x 9'4" (4.01m x 2.84m)
Having been fully tanked built in drainage sump with pump, fully fitted with useful range of storage units and worktop, ceramic tiled flooring.
Pamment tiled flooring, useful storage cupboard, stairs to first floor, door into:-
BOOT ROOM (Former entrance)
Pamment tiled flooring, fitted with storage racks for shoes etc and coat hooks, the original door could still be used if required once racking removed, door into:-
Wash hand basin and low level w.c., half tiled walls with Travertine porcelain tiles, pamment tiled flooring, useful storage cupboard, 'Jack and Jill' doors from both boot room and utility.
SITTING ROOM 14'7" x 13'4" (4.44m x 4.06m) plus bay window
Feature Stovax victorian open fireplace with attractive ceramic tiling, shelved recesses, side and front aspect windows.
DINING ROOM 13'7" x 11'1" (4.14m x 3.38m) plus bay window
(Currently used as study) Dual aspect windows, attractive fireplace with cast iron wood burner set into exposed brick fireplace, shelved recess.
KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM 25'4" x 22'4" (7.72m x 6.81m) extremes
Kitchen area - Fitted with bespoke shaker style units comprising; soft close cupboards and drawer units, eye level double oven, large cooks gas hob with extractor hood above, space for large American style fridge/freezer with chilled water/ice facility, twin peninsular breakfast bar with granite worktop, inset sink unit with (h&c) swivel tap, pamment tiled flooring.
Family area - Panoramic windows to three aspects giving stunning views over Abbey meadows and rear courtyard area, modern barrel style wood burning stove on granite hearth, Amtico flooring, French doors to rear garden.
UTILITY ROOM 9'2" x 8'5" (2.79m x 2.57m)
Newly built and fully fitted similarly to kitchen with plumbing for appliances including washing machine and dryer, water softener, gas fired boiler and pressurised hot water system, pamment tiled flooring.
Stairs from inner hall to:-
FIRST FLOOR LANDING AREA
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE -
Dressing room - 10'2" x 10'2" (3.1m x 3.1m)
Fitted with built in wardrobe cupboards, picture window to side aspect, walk through to:-
Bedroom - 16' x 9'1" (4.88m x 2.77m) + 9'9" x 8'6" (2.97m x 2.59m) seating area
Triple aspect windows with views over Abbey with the protected meadows and ruins in the foreground, one of the best views in the area.
En-Suite Shower Room
Fully tiled with Travertine porcelain tiles, large shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w.c., useful shelved storage and picture window with views to side.
BEDROOM TWO 15' x 9'6" (4.57m x 2.9m) + recess
Attractive dual aspect windows, built in shelved storage area, original cast iron fireplace.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Fully tiled with curved shower cubicle, low level w.c. and wash hand basin, window to side, fully tiled with Travertine porcelain tiles.
BEDROOM THREE 13'6" x 11'1" (4.11m x 3.38m)
Double aspect windows to front and side, original cast iron fireplace, twin storage/wardrobe cupboards.
Attractively fitted with panelled bath and curved glass shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w.c., fully tiled with Travertine porcelain tiles, picture window to side.
Stairs from landing to:-
Central full height vaulted ceiling with surrounding low level eaves cupboards, sun tube, Velux roof windows, rear storage area leading to loft storage.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
With glass shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w.c., fully tiled with Travertine porcelain tiles, Velux roof light, further eaves storage cupboard.
Neat raised lawned frontage with wooden sleeper retaining wall and sandstone steps, screened by red brick wall and ornamental railings with willow hurdles and pleached Portuguese Laurel trees to the left hand boundary and original wrought iron palisade fencing to the front, screened by dense hedging and mature yew trees.
Gravelled pathways and security gate leading to:-
Side garden having raised feature sandstone patio/terrace, screened by close boarded fencing and ancient brick and flint wall belonging to Abbey with further willow hurdles on top, raised shrubberies stocked with a variety of specimen ornamental shrubs, climbers and roses.
Large gravelled area providing hard standing parking for several vehicles and access to:-
A two storey brick and flint building also completely overhauled by the present owners having new pan tiled roof, dual aspect double garage doors, personal access door and windows.
Internal measurement 28'10" x 14'1" (8.79m x 4.29m) with parking for two cars, workshop area and staircase to:-
First Floor Studio/Storage area 27'8" x 14' (8.43m x 4.27m)
Fully panelled having power and lighting, small picture windows to rear with views over Abbey grounds.
The owners have made provision for a water supply to the coach house should future owners need to further convert it (subject to relevant consents and regulations).
The rear of the property is approached via double access gates from a private loke.
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