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2 bedroom cottage for sale

Great Massingham


Property Description

Key features

  • Period Norfolk Brick and Flint Cottage
  • Desirable Location
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace and Wood-Burner
  • Reception Dining Room
  • Open-Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Bathroom and Newly Fitted Shower Room
  • Garage, Off Street Parking and Gardens
  • Viewing Advised

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Sowerbys are delighted to offer a period Norfolk brick and flint cottage close to the heart of what is arguably West Norfolk's most desirable village, Great Massingham. The property is positioned on Station Road just a minutes' walk from the picturesque village centre and award winning pub, The Dabbling Duck, and first hand viewing is essential to see this exceptional opportunity to acquire a home in this village.

The property is semi-detached and has a reception dining room, a sitting room with stunning inglenook fireplace and wood-burner and spacious open-plan kitchen/breakfast room extension with bespoke fitted kitchen and stone worktops. In addition, there is a newly fitted shower room to the ground floor. Upstairs there are currently two bedrooms and a bathroom, however, a bedroom wall was removed to create a large master room and a third bedroom could be easily reinstated should extra bedrooms be required. The vendors have indeed used the sitting room as a downstairs bedroom over the years since the dining reception room was originally their sitting room. All in all, the accommodation is very flexible to suit both full time occupancy and part time occupancy.
Outside the property is a delight. There is a mature cottage garden which is beautifully kept and patios that rise to the rear. The gardens continue some way back with direct access to the huge recreation field behind. There is also off street parking and a garage.  

GREAT MASSINGHAM Great Massingham is an attractive and quiet rural village with a strong community between the busy market towns of King's Lynn and Fakenham. The village has a central green (featured in Countryfile) with duck ponds and wildlife, good local shops including post office, a school, pre-school and excellent local walks. There is also a medical centre and village hall with a fortnightly folk club and monthly cinema club, and social club with extensive sports facilities including tennis courts, Bowling Green, football pitch, children's play area and outdoor gym. The Dabbling Duck provides a congenial watering hole with an excellent restaurant. The church, St Mary's, has a magnificent 13th century porch and fine 15th century painted glass. The Norfolk Coast with its unspoilt coastline is just over 15 miles away. 


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage and oil fired central heating. The property benefits from Photo-Voltaic solar panels which heat the hot water. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 May 2018


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