4 bedroom detached house for sale

Orchard Cottage, Little Snoring

Sold STC £400,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Detached brick and flint cottage with spacious 4 bedroom accommodation standing in attractive 0.57 acre grounds (sts) backing onto countryside. No chain.

DESCRIPTION
Orchard Cottage is a detached period house built of brick and flint walls under a pantile roof situated in the popular and conveniently located village of Little Snoring. The house retains many character features such as beamed ceilings, open fireplaces, pamment tiled floors, exposed brick walls and latch doors. There is also the benefit of majority double glazing in timber frames and oil-fired central heating.

The property has flexible ground floor accommodation comprising a spacious entrance hall, kitchen with separate utility, dining room, vaulted sitting room, shower room and an en suite bedroom 4. Upstairs, there is a small landing, 3 further bedrooms, a study and bathroom.

Outside, the property stands in attractive south westerly facing gardens and grounds amounting to 0.57 acre (subject to survey) with extensive parking, a double garage and countryside views to the rear.

Orchard Cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain.

SITUATION
Little Snoring is a charming unspoilt Norfolk village with a scattering of houses, primary school, Post Office/store, The Green Mann Inn and a private airfield. The village is some 3 miles from the outskirts of the market town of Fakenham and 8 miles from the town of Holt. The North Norfolk Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is within easy 5 miles driving distance.






Property ref: 121_960_4676832


ENTRANCE HALL 
4.56m x 3.75m (15' x 12' 4")
A partly glazed stable door leads from the front of the property into the spacious entrance hall with space for sofas and freestanding furniture etc. Impressive exposed brick fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove on a raised pamment tiled hearth with stone arch over, pamment tiled floor, beamed ceiling and staircase to first floor landing. Radiator, 3 wall recesses with lights, double glazed window to the front and arched double doors leading into:

DINING ROOM 
4.62m x 3.74m (15' 2" x 12' 3")
Fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove (not currently in use) on a pamment tiled hearth with built-in cupboards to both sides, double glazed window to the front and door leading into:

KITCHEN 
6.85m x 2.24m (22' 6" x 7' 4")
A range of pine base and wall units with cream doors and drawers and solid pine worktops incorporating a white Belfast sink with brass mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Range cooker, integrated fridge, pamment tiled floor, radiator, exposed brick wall and painted ceiling beams. 2 windows to the rear, partly glazed stable door leading outside and door leading into:

LOBBY 
Exposed floorboards, ceiling beam, opening to entrance hall and door leading into:

UTILITY ROOM 
2.47m x 2.24m (8' 1" x 7' 4")
Pine base unit with laminate worktop, tiled splashbacks, exposed floorboards, beamed ceiling, coat hooks, radiator and window to the rear.

INNER HALLWAY 
Accessed off the kitchen with doors to the sitting room and bedroom 4. Exposed floorboards.

SITTING ROOM 
7.03m x 3.94m (23' 1" x 12' 11")
Formerly an adjoining barn which has been converted to provide a spacious reception room with a full height vaulted beamed ceiling and exposed brick and flint walls. Wall lights, underfloor heating, 3 floor to ceiling windows with fitted venetian blinds overlooking the front garden, steps leading up to French doors with fine views over neighbouring countryside leading outside.

GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM SUITE 
4.18m x 3.06m (13' 9" x 10')
Exposed floorboards, radiator, window to the side and French doors providing separate access to the rear courtyard garden. Door leading into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 
2.45m x 1.85m (8' x 6' 1")
Shower cubicle with electric shower and curved glass sliding doors, pedestal wash basin with mirror over, WC. Extensive wall tiling, ceramic tiled floor, radiator, window to the rear and skylight.

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM 
3.52m x 2.63m (11' 7" x 8' 8")
Accessed off the entrance hall with a shower cubicle, circular wash basin on a natural wood shelf, WC. Exposed brick wall, ceiling beam, loft hatch, pamment tiled floor and traditional radiator. Window to the side.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
Loft hatch, round window above the staircase and vertical beam partition.

BEDROOM 1 
4.22m x 3.86m (13' 10" x 12' 8")
Large shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, 2 double wardrobes, exposed brick chimney breast, radiator, recessed ceiling lights and window to the front.

STUDY 
3.27m x 2.32m (10' 9" x 7' 7")
Window to the rear and doors to bedroom 3 and the bathroom.

BEDROOM 2 
3.86m x 3.63m (12' 8" x 11' 11")
2 fitted wardrobes, exposed brick chimney breast, radiator, recessed ceiling lights and window to the front.

BEDROOM 3 
3.76m x 2.33m (12' 4" x 7' 8")
Fitted wardrobe, radiator, wall lights and window to the rear.

BATHROOM 
3.53m x 2.37m (11' 7" x 7' 9")
Free standing Victorian style roll top bath on ball and claw feet with traditional shower mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and WC. Exposed floorboards, radiator in cabinet and window to the side.

OUTSIDE 
Orchard Cottage is approached through high double timber gates opening onto an extensive gravelled forecourt providing parking for several vehicles, caravan etc and leading to the detached double garage. Original water well with tiled roof and grate, oil tank, raised carrstone walling with gravelled seating areas, extensive lawns, shrub and flowerbeds, hedging, fruit trees and evergreens, log store and outside lighting.

To the east of the house, there is a further garden area with more parking, shrub and flower beds and fruit trees, leading around to an enclosed courtyard with brick and cobblestone pathways and a patio with space for a table and chairs. The gardens adjoin countryside to the south east and amount to 0.57 acre (subject to survey).

GARAGING 
Substantial detached timber garage with 2 sets of double doors to the front, power and light.





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