- Extended and Fully Renovated Executive Detached Bungalow
- Enjoying a 0.25 Acre Plot (STMS) Overlooking Neighbouring Farmland
- Accommodation Extending to Approx. 2334 Sq. Ft.
- Four Double Bedrooms, Including a 21’ Main Bedroom
- 26’5” Open-Plan Kitchen/Dining Room and Separate Living Room
- Family Bathroom and En-Suite
- Impressive Reception Entrance Hallway
- Shingle Driveway and Detached Garage with Electric Up and Over Door
- No Onward Chain
- Guide Price £500,000 - £550,000
The bungalow sits on a plot extending to 0.25 acres backing onto neighbouring farmland and is approached via Necton road. There is an extensive shingled driveway leading to the detached garage with an electric roller door, providing space to accommodate a good-sized vehicle.
Entering the home through a light and airy porch offering spacious dual storage cupboards there is access into a 22'6" reception hallway which narrows. From, oak doors lead to an impressive 26'5" open-plan kitchen/dining room with patio doors leading out onto the rear garden and a single internal door into the separate utility room. The kitchen has a range of fitted units incorporating floor to ceiling larder cupboards and wall and base units, complemented by a range of integral appliances including dishwasher, two wall mounted single ovens and a large ceramic hob with extractor over.
The living room, along with all four double bedrooms, are accessed from the hallway, providing extremely versatile uses and could be used in any format to suit any prospective buyer. The dual aspect main bedroom extends to 21', benefiting from two large storage wardrobes, along with a spacious en-suite . The en-suite is fitted with a larger than average double shower with waterfall shower attachment, dual white hand basins, WC and uniquely designed storage. In addition, there is a family bathroom with WC fitted with ample storage and dual white hand basins, along with a bath with an overhead shower.
The property has been finished to a high standard throughout, benefiting from UPVC double glazed windows, dual controlled dusk till dawn lighting and is fuelled by oil fired central heating.
To the front of the property offers a lawned garden with decorative shingle borders leading around either side of the bungalow. Established hedging runs along the left-hand boundary and an extensive shingled driveway leads down to the front door and detached garage. The right-hand boundary has had panel fencing erected with a natural meadow border with a range of wildflowers, which extends around to the rear garden with post and rail fencing defining the rear boundary, backing onto roaming countryside.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property offers a lawned garden with decorative shingle borders leading around either side of the bungalow. Established hedging runs along the left-hand boundary and an extensive shingled driveway leads down to the front door and detached garage. The right-hand boundary has had panel fencing erected with a natural meadow border with a range of wildflowers, which extends around to the rear garden with post and rail fencing defining the rear boundary, backing onto roaming countryside.
LOCATION Little Dunham is a small village within the catchment area for Litcham High School and is situated just north east of the market town of Swaffham. The village has a church and the nearest primary school is in the neighbouring village of Great Dunham. Swaffham is a thriving and historic market town situated approximately 15 miles east of King's Lynn and about 30 miles from Norwich. There is an extensive range of local amenities including shops, pubs and restaurants together with a variety of leisure and sports activities including an excellent Golf Club. The town has an extremely popular Saturday market and many interesting historic buildings including the parish church and 'The Buttercross'. There are direct rail links from both Downham Market and Norwich to London, as well as Norwich International Airport.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating and water treatment plant.
Ready for telephone line and broadband connections.
COUNCIL TAX Band A (Long term empty - will be reassessed when sold).
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING C. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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AGENT'S NOTE Please note that the street view image is representative prior to the renovation of the property.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 31362
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Attleborough Station15.5 miles
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