- GUIDE PRICE £800,000 - £850,000
- Detached Residence
- Seven En-Suite Bedrooms
- Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
- Sitting Room
- Study/Home Office
- Playroom/Bedroom Eight
- Downstairs Shower Room
- Utility Room
Upon entering the property you a greeted by an expansive double height reception hall with engineered wood flooring, stairs with cast iron balustrade and gallery landing, and doors leading to the open plan kitchen/dining room which comprises a contemporary fitted kitchen incorporating a range of base and wall mounted units, a wealth of integrated appliances, and an island unit with breakfast bar and integrated gas hob. The dining area opens to a substantial sitting room with floor to ceiling windows to front aspect flooding the area with natural light, however, the focal point of the room is a log burning stove with stone hearth, surround and mantle. Adjacent to the kitchen is a comprehensive utility room with plenty of base and wall mounted units for storage, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and space for tumble dryer, and doors to the rear garden, garage and downstairs cloakroom. Completing the ground floor accommodation are three more rooms; a snug, study/home office, and a playroom/bedroom 8; all of these rooms could have multiple uses making this property very versatile, and a luxury shower room with walk in shower is ideally located should someone should wish to utilise one of the reception rooms as a downstairs bedroom.
The spacious first floor gallery landing overlooks the reception hall and leads to the seven double bedrooms, with the rare benefit of each one having its own en-suite shower room. The principal bedroom is incredibly generous and has a Juliette balcony over looking the rear garden, walk in wardrobe and luxury en-suite with roll top free standing bath and sizeable walk in shower with rain head shower over.
Outside, the front garden is laid to shingle providing extensive off road parking and leading to the garage, which has electric roller doors and power and lighting. The front garden is enclosed by mature trees and hedging which provide a huge sense of privacy, whilst the rear garden has a tremendous patio seating area that runs across the entire width of the property, with steps leading up to large decked seating area. The remainder of the generous garden is laid to lawn and backs on to open fields and countryside. There is a workshop with power and lighting, a wood store, and the rear garden is also very private, being enclosed by mature trees and hedging.
The property sits in the centre of a small, pretty, rural mid Norfolk village, only a short drive from the town of Dereham and the city of Norwich, and where railway enthusiasts can enjoy a nostalgic view of the occasional steam train travelling through the village on the mid North Norfolk heritage railway line.
A viewing is highly recommend to fully appreciate this fantastic property, offering versatile and generous accommodation rarely found, Lothlorien would not only make a wonderful family home but also has huge potential to be a very successful bed and breakfast, holiday let or perhaps boutique hotel.
THUXTON The rural hamlet of Thuxton is approximately 7 miles from the market town of Dereham, with a wide range of amenities including schools, a swimming pool, golf course, museums and many shops and cafes. It is ideally located for both the north Norfolk coast and the city of Norwich with its international airport and mainline rail link. Wymondham is a bustling town, famous for its Abbey, and offers direct train links to Norwich, Peterborough, Cambridge and London, Kings Cross. Garvestone Primary School is less than a mile away and Wicklewood Primary School is approximately 1 mile away and has is rated outstanding in the Ofsted report. In addition, there is schooling in nearby Dereham, approximately 6.5 miles away. Wymondham College and Wymondham High are approximately 8 miles away. Wymondham provides excellent facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and an interesting array of boutique shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. The market town of Attleborough is 9 miles away with a range of amenities including four schools, a town hall, shops, coffee shops, bars, restaurants, takeaway restaurants, a doctors surgery and train links to Norwich, Cambridge and London.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water and drainage. LPG fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band G.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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PROPERTY REFERENCE 33605
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Wymondham Station6.4 miles
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