3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Sol, Colkirk

Guide Price £425,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Large 3 bedroom semi detached 1920s house with double garage and conservatory standing in delightful 2/5 acre grounds (sts).

DESCRIPTION
Sol is a large semi detached house built in 1928 and was once the residential accommodation for the landlords of the adjoining house that was formerly The Star public house. The property is set well back from the road in a prominent position in the village on a corner plot measuring approximately 2/5 acre (subject to survey).
Sol would now benefit from a programme of refurbishment, perhaps with some alterations to the layout, but retains many period features such as an impressive oak staircase, leaded windows in timber frames (with secondary glazing), 2 large south facing bay windows, period internal doors and the original butler's call box. The accommodation comprises a conservatory, spacious reception hall, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen/dining room with a galleried landing, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
Outside, there are attractive mainly west facing gardens to the front and side with extensive driveway parking, a detached double garage, brick built stores and a summer house.

SITUATION
Colkirk is an active rural village, approximately 2 1/2 miles from the busy popular market town of Fakenham with all of its amenities such as health facilities, schools and sixth form college, churches, a cinema, library, restaurants, public houses, major supermarkets, traditional food shops, and markets. There is also a racecourse and garden centre close by in the village of Hempton.
Colkirk has a variety of period and modern properties and offers a village primary school, a country public house, village hall, church and a traditional village green with a small well equipped play area. There is also a large recreation field and allotments. The village is surrounded by open farmland with ample walking opportunities. The North Norfolk Coast is approximately 12 miles away with its large sand beaches and small coastal villages with a variety of recreational facilities.

Property ref: 121_960_4463607


CONSERVATORY 
4.20m x 3.28m (13' 9" x 10' 9") Glazed double doors lead from the front of the property into the conservatory of double glazed timber framed construction on a low brick wall with a hipped and ridged safety glass roof. Electric panel heater, frost heater, ceramic tiled floor and a door leading out to the side. Glazed door with side windows leading into:

RECEPTION HALL 
4.83m x 3.05m (15' 10" x 10') Impressive oak staircase to the first floor landing with storage cupboard under, pine floorboards, deep airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and water softener, timber panelling to lower walls and radiator in cabinet. Doors to kitchen/dining room and sitting room.

CLOAKROOM 
Pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback, WC, mirrored bathroom cabinet, vinyl flooring and window to the front.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 
4.83m x 3.81m (15' 10" x 12' 6") A range of painted base and wall units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel double sink with drainer and chrome swan neck mixer tap. Double oven with space above for a microwave, ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, fridge freezer space, spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and slimline dishwasher. Room for a dining table and chairs, laminate flooring, timber panelling to walls, illuminated shelves, radiator, cupboard housing the oil-fired central heating boiler, original butler's call box. Double aspect windows to the front and rear and door leading into:

REAR HALL 
Tiled floor, window to the side, high level window to the kitchen/dining room and a partly glazed door leading out to the rear of the property. Door to:

PANTRY 
Vinyl flooring, fitted shelves, space for a tumble dryer and window to the side.

SITTING ROOM 
6.71m x 4.83m (22' x 15' 10") Brick fireplace currently housing a coal effect electric fire on a tiled hearth with pamment tiled mantel, 2 radiators in cabinets, pine floorboards and picture rail. Triple aspect room with windows to the front and rear and a large bay window to the side with a window seat with storage under.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
Pine floorboards, fitted cupboard with display shelves and a pull out desk, radiator and window on the half landing overlooking the gardens.

BEDROOM 1 
5.41m x 4.83m (17' 9" x 15' 10") Range of fitted wardrobes and drawer units, shower cubicle with electric shower, wash basin with cupboard under, brass towel radiator, laminate flooring, radiator in cabinet and wall lights over the bed space. Triple aspect windows to the front, side and rear.

BEDROOM 2 
4.85m x 4.23m (15' 11" x 13' 11") 3 fitted wardrobes, timber panelled wall, radiator and triple aspect windows to the front and rear and a bay window to the side.

BEDROOM 3 
4.84m x 2.36m (15' 11" x 7' 9") Walk-through bedroom with fitted wardrobe, laminate flooring, radiator in cabinet and double aspect windows to the front and rear.

BATHROOM 
3.24m x 2.12m (10' 8" x 6' 11") Traditional style white suite comprising a bath with chrome shower mixer tap, shower cubicle, wash basin with cupboard under, WC. Vinyl flooring, chrome towel radiator, splashback tiling, vinyl flooring, window to the front and a hatch to the boarded loft with light.

OUTSIDE 
Sol is approached through a 5 bar gate opening onto an extensive concrete driveway providing parking for several cars, caravan etc and leading to the detached double garage. The attractive gardens are mainly west facing and are located to the front and side of the property comprising lawns with deep perimeter borders and hedged boundaries. Pedestrian gate to the road and a gate to the neighbouring property for the maintenance of the rear elevation.
3 brick built stores, space for refuse bin storage, paved seating area with gazebo over, 2 pergolas, greenhouse, small water fountain, outside lighting and power sockets.

DOUBLE GARAGE 
6.02m x 5.18m (19' 9" x 17') 2 electric up and over doors, power and light, 2 windows to the side and a pedestrian door to the rear.

SUMMER HOUSE 
3.78m x 2.77m (12' 5" x 9' 1") Timber construction with power and light, double glazed windows to the front and side and double doors leading from a decked area to the front.

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  • Sheringham (18.1 mi)
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3 Market Place, Fakenham, NR21 9AS

01328 618025 Local call rate

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