7 bedroom detached house for sale

Coast Road, Bacton, Norfolk

Guide Price £725,000

Property Description

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Lodge is a fantastic 4-bedroom period property, dating back to 1846 and retaining many original features. The property benefits from landscaped gardens and grounds of 2.5 acres (stms), a self-contained 3-bedroom cottage, a small shop and a building with light industrial usage and enjoys a coastal location in the popular village of Bacton on the north east Norfolk coast.
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THE LODGE

GROUND FLOOR

- Porch
- Entrance hall
- Sitting room/library
- Family room
- Dining room
- Hall/The Bar
- Kitchen
- Cloakroom
- Breakfast room/reception area
- Garden room
- Sauna with shower room
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FIRST FLOOR

- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 2 further bedrooms with en suite shower rooms
- Bedroom with hand wash basin
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COACHMAN’S COTTAGE

GROUND FLOOR

- Entrance hall
- Sun room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Cloakroom
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FIRST FLOOR

- Sitting room
- 3 bedrooms
- Family bathroom
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THE SHOP

- With full business planning
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OUTSIDE

- Landscaped gardens & grounds of 2.5 acres (stms)
- Vegetable garden
- Tennis court
- Victorian pig sty
- Building with light industrial usage
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DRIVING DISTANCES (approx.)

- Mundesley 4.4 miles
- Stalham 5.5 miles
- North Walsham 6.2 miles
- Norwich 20.5 miles
- Holt 22.8 miles
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SITUATION

The popular coastal village of Bacton is situated on the north east Norfolk coast with its excellent sandy beaches that stretch for miles. The north Norfolk coast is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering superb opportunities for bird watching, coastal walks and sailing. Bacton offers a range of amenities, including a primary school, general store, village hall, café, fish and chip shop, public house and service garage. The village has regular bus services to neighbouring North Walsham and Stalham.

The neighbouring village of Walcott offers a café, general store with post office, village hall, fish and chip shop and public house.

Mundesley is a coastal village found 4.4 miles north of Bacton. It is well known for its sandy beaches whilst the village has a good range of amenities including restaurants, public houses, shops, post office and a doctor’s surgery. Mun Valley hosts the well-designed Mundesley Golf Club with a 9-hole, 18 tee golf course.

The market town of Stalham is only 5.5 miles south of Bacton. There are boatyards here and access to the Norfolk Broads river complex. The town offers a good range of amenities, including a Tesco supermarket, shops, post office, library, doctors, dentists and schools to accommodate all ages.

The market town of North Walsham is 6.2 miles away and has a wide range of amenities including supermarkets (Waitrose and Sainsbury’s), shops, schools for all ages, dentists and two doctor’s surgeries and a library, as well as public transport (bus and rail) to Cromer, Sheringham and Norwich.

The Cathedral City of Norwich is just over 20 miles to the south west, offering a vibrant arts and business community and is the regional centre for cultural and shopping amenities. There is a permanent market in the centre of the city and a wonderful Cathedral Close on the edge of the River Wensum. Norwich has a mainline railway station (London Liverpool Street, 100 minutes) and to the north of the city is Norwich International Airport.

The Georgian market town of Holt is about 22.8 miles north west and has a wide eclectic range of shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs and is also the home to Greshams Pre Prep, Prep and Senior schools.
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DESCRIPTION

This is a fabulous 4-bedroom detached period property with a wealth of original period features, including inglenook fireplaces, parquet flooring, exposed beams and oak skirting. The rooms are light and have good ceiling heights throughout. There is a 3-bedroom cottage attached to the property that is presently used to generate an income. There is a shop that could be incorporated into the footprint of the cottage and there is a building that presently has light industrial usage. The gardens and grounds are extensive and a key feature of this property.

Note: We understand that planning permission was previously granted and is in perpetuity for the creation of a triple garage, games room and studio space above.

HISTORICAL INTEREST

An extract taken from The Sky Sweepers, a biography by Constance Mary Beckett, 1995:
“We transferred our bedding, kit and personal belongings to the delightful, airy room at The Lodge that had been the lounge in peace-time….I remember one morning I woke up early and listened, enchanted, to the dawn chorus….I wondered through the garden, inhaling the morning air, marvelling at the song of the birds, the perfume of the flowers…”
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GROUND FLOOR

The accommodation is entered through an enclosed porch with wood panelled ceiling through to the entrance hall with fitted wardrobe. Leading off to the left of the entrance hall, through a heavy wooden door is a fabulous room, known by the vendors as The Bar (Hall), as it comprises a bar. This room enjoys an aspect to the front of the property, has magnificent oak parquet flooring, exposed ceiling beams and open fireplace. The Bar opens into the sitting room, dining room and the family room. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect and has a fabulous bay window with an outlook to the front of the property. Along one wall there is a central fireplace with wooden mantel and multi-fuel stove and magnificent floor-to-ceiling oak bookcases either side. The dining room is a magnificent room with original oak panelled curved ceiling and original fireplace with oak surround. There is a beautiful bay window with leaded glass overlooking the rear garden, original oak skirting and oak framed cabinets that are in keeping with the style of this room. The family room has beautiful oak parquet flooring, original exposed beams on the ceiling, original serving hatch, original fireplace and rear bay with French doors opening out onto the rear terrace.

The family room leads through to the breakfast room with utility situated between the two rooms. The utility comprises base unit withy sink, airing cupboard and space for free-standing appliances. The breakfast room is spacious and provides ample space for a large dining table and furniture. There are two original built-in cupboards and a gas Aga. Leading off from this room is the kitchen, which comprises a range of base and wall mounted units with integrated gas hob and electric oven, walk-in pantry and space for free-standing appliances. There is an internal window between the kitchen and the garden room at the rear of the property. Returning to the breakfast room, a door opens into an enclosed lobby to the side of the property. From here a door opens into an inner hallway with sauna and shower room leading off and down to the garden room that sits to the rear of the property. Returning again to the breakfast room, a further door opens into an inner hallway with cloakroom and staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation.
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FIRST FLOOR

The master bedroom has an aspect to the front of the property and benefits further from a range of fitted wardrobes, original fireplace and en suite bathroom that comprises bath with shower over, hand wash basin, bidet and W.C. Bedroom 2 enjoys lovely views over the rear garden, has fitted wardrobes, original fireplace and laminate flooring and benefits from an en suite shower room comprising large walk-in shower, wash hand basin and W.C. Bedroom has an aspect to the side of the property and enjoys en suite facilities, comprising walk-in shower, wash hand basin and W.C. Bedroom 4 is a light an airy room that benefits from rear garden views, fitted wardrobes, original fireplace and wash hand basin.
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OUTSIDE

The Lodge is screened from the road by a brick and flint wall, specimen trees and shrubs. The gravelled driveway leads to the turning circle at the front of the house and down the side of the property, along the length of the garden, down to the neighbouring field and back out onto the North Walsham Road/Bacton Road, for which the property has vehicular rights in perpetuity.

To the rear of the house is a paved terrace, of which part of it is sheltered. The terrace runs the length of The Lodge and the adjoining cottage. The rear garden is largely laid to lawn and incorporates a grass tennis court. The garden has been extensively planted over the years to comprise a number of specimen trees and lovely shrub borders. There is a vegetable garden with polytunnel, 2 greenhouses, a summerhouse, a large shed and a Victorian Pig sty. In all, the garden and grounds extend to 2.5 acres (stms).
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COTTAGE

The 3-bedroom cottage is accessed through the side porch of the main house, with front door opening into an entrance hall with cloakroom leading off. A door opens into the open plan kitchen/dining room, which has a range of wall and base fitted units with tiled splashbacks and ample space for freestanding appliances and a dining table. An archway leads through to the garden/sun room that is extensively glazed and has French doors opening out onto the paved rear terrace.

A staircase from the kitchen/dining room leads up to the first-floor accommodation, which comprises sitting room, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The sitting room is a light and spacious room and due to its elevated position, it enjoys wonderful views over the rear garden. This room enjoys extensive eves storage along one wall. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are large rooms with the benefit of fitted wardrobes. Bedroom 1 enjoys a dual aspect and bedroom 2 enjoys an aspect over the rear garden and has the added benefit of a Velux window. The family bathroom comprises walk-in shower, wash hand basin, bidet and W.C.
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SHOP

The present owners currently have a shop, with full business planning in place. This room measures 20.1 ft x 13.11 ft and adjoins the cottage. If desired, this room could be incorporated into the accommodation for the cottage.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY

North Norfolk Council, Band: F, Annual cost: £2,489.94 (2018/19).
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SERVICES

Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
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DIRECTIONS

Leave Norwich on the A1151 Wroxham Road and drive through Wroxham, continue to Stalham. Just before Stalham continue straight on to the A149/Wayford Road and then after 1.5 miles bear left onto the B1159/Stepping Stone Lane signposted towards Walcott and Happisburgh. Continue along this road for approximately 6.1 miles and then turn right to stay on the B1159/Coast Road and the property will be found on the left-hand side.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

1. These particulars have been prepared in good faith as a general guide, they are not exhaustive and include information provided to us by other parties including the seller, not all of which will have been verified by us.

2. We have not carried out a detailed or structural survey; we have not tested any services, appliances or fittings. Measurements, floor plans, orientation and distances are given as approximate only and should not be relied on.

3. The photographs are not necessarily comprehensive or current, aspects may have changed since the photographs were taken. No assumption should be made that any contents are included in the sale.

4. We have not checked that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation approval, statutory or regulatory permissions or consents. Any reference to any alterations or use of any part of the property does not mean that necessary planning, building regulations, or other consent has been obtained.

5. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves by inspection, searches, enquiries, surveys, and professional advice about all relevant aspects of the property.

6. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact; we have no authority to make or give any representation or warranties in relation to the property. If these are required, you should include their terms in any contract between you and the seller.

7. Viewings are strictly by prior appointment with sole agents Jackson-Stops. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.


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