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4 bedroom detached house for sale

The Street, Trowse, Norwich

Under Offer £810,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hall, Reception room, Study, Sitting room, Utility, Kitchen/dining/living room, Guest bedroom with en suite shower room, WC
  • First floor: 3 further bedrooms, 2 family bathrooms, Storage
  • Garage, Studio, Workshop/store, Gravel driveway, Off street parking, Courtyard garden, Further gardens and grounds, Access to woodland walks

Full description

Old Hall Farm is a Grade II listed period property
which has been altered and extended to provide
excellent family accommodation.

The original part of the house is believed to date
from the early 17th century and at the rear there
is a modern conversion of an outbuilding, to
form a spectacular kitchen/dining/living room.
This room has a vaulted ceiling and is south
facing with windows and doors opening onto
a walled courtyard garden. The kitchen has
granite work surfaces and there are exposed
beams, timber framework and a wooden floor.

The adjoining garage/store and the workshop
and studio which can be accessed from the
kitchen could be formally incorporated into the
house and there is planning permission to do
so. This planning permission, under application
numbers 2016/1679 and 2016/1670, is for the
division of the building into 2 dwellings. This
includes permission for the conversion of the
existing barns together with a new 2 storey
extension to include 3 bathrooms and a utility
room to form a separate house. In the original part of the property the main reception room has a
superb inglenook fireplace with a wood burning
stove and some delightful original timbers.

The layout is flexible, and there are 3 bedrooms,
and 2 staircases along with 2 bathrooms in the
principal part of the house. The guest bedroom
suite could have a number of uses.

Old Hall Farm at Trowse is approached via a
gravel driveway, and it should be noted that
one neighbour has a right of access over the
initial part of this drive. The driveway ends in
a parking and turning area to the south of the
house, and there is also a pedestrian access to
the front door of the original house.

The secure courtyard is paved/shingled but most
of the garden is laid to lawn and interspersed with
a mixture of broadleaf and coniferous trees and
shrubs. The garden is particularly private and
secluded and there is access via the rear gate to
Whitlingham Woods. There are superb walks, from
the house, towards Whitlingham Country Park.

Old Hall Farm occupies a secluded and private
location in the popular village of Trowse, which
borders the southern edge of Norwich. Trowse
has some good local amenities, and Norwich a
comprehensive range of amenities and excellent

Norwich station is about 1 mile and has regular
services to both London and Cambridge.
Trowse has a well renowned primary school
and further facilities of the village include the
delightful lakes around Whitlingham Country
Park where there is sailing, dry ski slope and a
rowing club. Norwich has an airport with both
domestic and International destinations.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 November 2016

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