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1 bedroom detached house for sale


Sold STC £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • House -
  • Spacious Ground Floor with Kitchen, Dining Room, Sitting Room with Woodburner. First Floor Double Be
  • Barn - 24'10 x 14'8 with mezzanine floor over sitting room. Barn extension 16'5 x 14'8
  • Victorian Style Walled Garden
  • Driveway Parking
  • Ref: AR1045

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location Felmingham is a popular village with amenities to including village hall with children's play area, general stores, post office and a church. The village is conveniently placed for easy access to a good range of facilities within both Aylsham, approximately 4 miles and North Walsham, approximately 3 miles. The Cathedral city of Norwich is approximately 14 miles south west and boasts an excellent range of shopping facilities along with main line railway link to London and an International Airport.  

Description So much potential! Situated in the centre of the village, there are views from the end of the garden over the Church. Originally purchased as a plot of land with the barn in 1975, the current owner, in 1976, had a house built linked to the barn. The barn which many years ago was used as stabling to the public house and some of the original rings can still be seen in the walls. In more recent years, the barn was used as the village hall until a new one was built and the barn sold. The current owner used to make and store pottery in the barn and the extension to the barn was used as an art studio. The barn to be converted into an extension to the current dwelling (see agents note below).

Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the potential this property has to offer.

The house itself provides spacious ground floor accommodation to include a dining room, sitting room with woodburner, kitchen, first floor double bedroom and bathroom. There is a driveway with parking at the rear of the property which is accessed via Charles Ewing Close. A good sized garden area has been laid out in a Victorian style with brick edge flowerbeds, lawned area to the end of the garden with gated access to the driveway which abuts the end of the barn extension and would make ideal garaging.

The accommodation comprises:

uPVC door to: 

Dining Room 15' 3" x 12' 4" (4.65m x 3.76m) (Front Aspect) Radiator, pamment tiled floor, latch door to sitting room, French doors to conservatory, glazed panelled door to kitchen. 

Sitting Room 14' 10" x 13' 5" (4.52m x 4.09m) (Front Aspect) Radiator, woodburner on brick hearth, t.v. point, exposed floorboards. 

Kitchen 15' x 7' 9" (4.57m x 2.36m) (Front and Rear Aspect) Base cupboard and drawer units with worktops over, wall cupboards, stainless steel sink unit, tiled splashbacks. Space for cooker, space for fridge, space for freezer, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled floor. Open tread timber staircase to first floor. Half glazed door to rear. 

Conservatory 14' 10" x 9' 5" (4.52m x 2.87m) Brick and uPVC windows along front wall with polycarbonate roof. Exposed floorboards, French doors to rear garden. 

First Floor  

Landing Latch door to walk-in storage cupboard, carpet. 

Bedroom 15' 5" x 12' 5" (4.7m x 3.78m) (Front Aspect - 2 Velux Windows) Reducing head height. Radiator, exposed ceiling beams, carpet. 

Bathroom (Front Aspect - Velux Window) Reducing head height. Panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and w.c. Tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring. 

Barn 24' 10" x 14' 8" (7.57m x 4.47m) (Rear Aspect) High ceiling with exposed beams, mezzanine floor over sitting room. Double timber doors to: 

Barn Extension 16' 5" x 14' 8" (5m x 4.47m) (Rear and Side Aspect) Door to rear garden, window to parking space. 

Outside To the front of the property is a paved area. Gated access down the side of the property to the rear garden. Although in need of some attention, it has been landscaped in a Victorian style with brick edged flower beds and gravel pathways. Lawned area to the end of the garden with views to one side over the church. Gated access to the driveway. Brick built summerhouse with pitched and tiled roof. 

Services Electricity, mains water and drainage. LPG calor gas heating. 

Local Authority North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN.
Tel: 01263 513811
Tax Band: B 

EPC Rating The Energy Rating for this property is F. A full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request. 

Agents Note The Local Planning Authority, North Norfolk District Council, has confirmed that the ancillary accommodation at the premises may be converted to residential use with the requirement for planning permission but subject to the approval of the Council's Building Inspectorate as to matter of detail. Correspondence with the Council is available for inspection but prospective purchasers are also advised to make their own enquiries. 

Important Agent Note Intending purchasers will be asked to provide original Identity Documentation and Proof of Address before solicitors are instructed. 

We Are Here To Help If your interest in this property is dependent on anything about the property or its surroundings which are not referred to in these sales particulars, please contact us before viewing and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have. 

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 January 2018


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