3 bedroom detached house for saleLong Row, Tivetshall St. Margaret, Norwich
- Detached part timber frame cottage
- 3 Bedrooms
- 4 Reception rooms
- 5 acres (sts)
- Permitted development on barn (Class Q)
- Approx 5000 sq ft of combined outbuilding space
- Registered small holding
- Equine opportunities
Enjoying a glorious rural but yet not isolated position this period farm house occupies grounds stretching to 5 acres and benefits from having planning consent for the conversion of a detached barn being some 169 sq metres (1819.1 sq ft) under planning reference 2016/05.
The accommodation in brief comprises:ENTRANCE HALL * RECEPTION ROOM ONE * RECEPTION ROOM TWO * RECEPTION ROOM THREE * KITCHEN * RECEPTION ROOM FOUR/BEDROOM FOUR * BATHROOM * BEDROOM ONE * BEDROOM TWO * BEDROOM THREE *and side before the road turns to the right.
Located within the beautiful and idyllic rural countryside of South Norfolk the property is found just 7 miles to the north of Diss and some 8 miles to the south of Long Stratton. Further having the benefit of easy access to the A140 being just 3 or 4 miles to the east with suitable roads for large vehicles. The property enjoys a lovely position set well back from the road and is surrounded by open farmland giving a most pleasing position lying just off the Norfolk parish of Gissing.
5 ACRES SUBJECT TO SURVEY
PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT ON BARN (CLASS Q)
APPROXIMATELY (5000' SQ FT) (1524 sq m) OF COMBINED OUTBUILDING SPACE
REGISTERED SMALL HOLDING
The property holds an enormous amount of history, having thought to date back to the early 1700’s and was originally a former public house, known as The Gissing Horseshoes, and is understood to have closed in the 1950’s where it was converted back into a residential dwelling and thereon sold to the current occupiers in 1977. During this time the Brewery that owns the pub purchased the two paddocks to the northern boundaries, which are still classed as common land, (however owned and registered on the deeds of the property). Not long after the property was purchased by the current vendors whom set up a farm shop and registered the property as a small holding, successfully running this for the last 30 years or so and gives a great benefit of any oncoming purchaser to do the same, reinstating the former existing farm shop/butchers stall with cold stores.
The house comprises of a three bedroom detached part timber frame cottage holding approximately over (1500 sq ft) (139.4 sq m) of internal living space, which has had the benefit of a new roof some 12 years ago along with electrics/wiring having been upgraded at the same time, further being heated by an oil fired central heating boiler via radiators, connected to mains water and having a septic tank for drainage.
Barn Conversion A large hard standing yard centres the range of outbuildings with the principle barn, (of steel portal frame with asbestos clad walls and roof) has the benefit of prior approval with permitted development rights, having been approved by South Norfolk District Council on the 6th May under reference 2016/0510 for a change of use from an agricultural building into a three bedroom single storey dwelling being some (169 sq metres) (1819.1 sq ft) , in internal living space. For further information with regards to conditions/restraints and original application form please contact the selling agent.
Externally the grounds stretch to some 5 acres (sts) and in essence are separated into the following, two large paddocks to the front/northern boundary each running parallel to the driveway leading up to the house and outbuildings. A further area of woodland is found to the north eastern boundaries being some
(40 metres) (131' 2" ft) or so in length and (13 metres) (42' 7"ft) in width. Predominately surrounding the house to the northern and southern boundaries are the formal gardens enclosed by established hedging and backing onto the rural farmland to the southern aspect. To the western aspect of the house is an extensive range of outbuildings, with particular notice drawn to the old farm shop, (as seen on the floorplans).
ENTRANCE HALL: (1.19m x 1.70m) (3'10" x 5'6")Solid wood door to front, solid wood casement windows to front and side, secondary door through to …
RECEPTION ROOM ONE: (3.85m x 4.22m) (12'7" x 13'10") With views to the front of the property. Being heavily timbered with many exposed beams and timbers and open through fireplace through to the second reception room. Stairs rising to first floor level.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO: (5.02m x 4.29m) (16'5" x 14') Again being heavily timbered and beams with an open archway connecting through to reception room three.
RECEPTION ROOM THREE: (2.45m x 5.06m) (8' x 16'7") (With window to side as a fitted cast iron wood burning stove with flue running through to the southerly aspect being externally mounted. Further access into rear lobby with built-in storage cupboard and overall measuring 2.46m x 1.10m and through to …
KITCHEN: (3.92m x 2.49m) (12'10" x 8'2") The kitchen is found to the rear of the property with two windows to the southerly aspect with views over the formal gardens. Services connected. Secondary door giving access to secondary lobby measuring (1.16 m x 0.90m) (3' 9" x 2' 11") and provides external access, access to cloakroom/wc and further access to reception four/bedroom four.
RECEPTION ROOM FOUR/BEDROOM FOUR:((3.81m x 4.60m) (12'5" x 15'1") Double aspect room being of a good size and found to the front and rear of the property.
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL:
LANDING: (1.85m x 4.54m) (6' x 14' 10") (measurements including stairs with window to front. Revealed timbers and beams.
BATHROOM: (1.90m x 3.49m) (6'2" x 11'5") Found to the eastern aspect of the property and fitted with built-in cupboard, low level wc and wash hand basin. Part tiled wall.
BEDROOM ONE: (4.67m x 2.84m) (15'3" x 9'3") Found to the front of the property and having vaulted ceilings and exposed timbers and beams.
BEDROOM TWO: (4.32m x 2.94m) (14'2" x 9'7") Found to the western aspect of the property being a good size double bedroom with part vaulted ceilings.
BEDROOM THREE: (2.42m x 3.06m) (7'11" X 10') Displaying exposed timbers and beams.
OUR REF: L0449
AGENTS NOTE: There is a footpath running through the grounds, however it could be seen to be as a benefit should any oncoming purchaser look to develop the barn and separate the plot. Current services to the barn are connected to mains water and electricity however any oncoming purchaser will have to deal direct with the statutory undertakers for further connections.
DIRECTIONS: From our Long Stratton office proceed south along the A140 until reaching the roundabout at the Pulhams. At the roundabout take your third exit right onto Station Road proceeding west. Continue along Station Road following the road over the railway line/B1134. Continue along the B1134 and after passing the S bends proceed on Long Row where the property will be found approx 1/4 mile on the left hand side before the road turns to the right.
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