GREENWAYS Blacksmiths Ln, Fakenham NR21 0QB, UK
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Last Sold: JUL 2016
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Belton Duffey Agent Valuation of this property is £650,000
A detached 4 bedroom single storey property situated in beautiful south facing gardens and grounds of 0.89 acre (sts) with double garage.
Greenways is a detached single storey property of brick and flint construction built in 1994 in a tranquil setting set well back from the road on the edge of the popular north Norfolk village of Hindringham. The property stands in beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 0.89 acre (subject to survey) with extensive driveway parking and a detached double garage. The gardens are a delight being south facing and comprising good sized lawns with well stocked mature beds, winding pathways and a raised gravelled terrace.
The light and airy accommodation is immaculately presented in neutral tones with an entrance hall, spacious sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room with a separate utility/boot room and cloakroom with 4 bedrooms and a shower room. The property also lends itself to extension (subject to the necessary permissions) and has the benefit of a hardwood garden room extension, hardwood double glazed windows and doors, oil-fired central heating and a fireplace in the sitting room housing a multi-fuel stove.
Hindringham is a large parish covering 3,314 acres and is dominated by the imposing church which sits 200 feet above sea level and can be seen for miles around. This conservation village also has a small primary school and a village hall/social club which sells food and alcohol. Fakenham, Holt and Wells-next-the-Sea are all roughly equidistant from the village making it an excellent point from which to explore all that this attractive part of north Norfolk has to offer.
Binham, 2 miles to the north, is a most attractive, historical village with its atmospheric Benedictine Priory ruins. Many of the village's cottages were built with stones from the ruins and, today, the Priory hosts summer concerts which make the most of the amazing acoustics. The village has a shop, petrol station and pub, The Chequers Inn.
A partly glazed timber door leads from the front of the property into the spacious entrance hall with room for freestanding furniture and doors to the bedrooms, shower room and sitting room.
3.96m x 6.10m (13' x 20') A good sized double aspect room with a window to the front and a glazed timber door with glazed panels to the sides leading outside onto a south facing gravelled terrace and the rear garden beyond. Fireplace housing an inset multi-fuel stove with a pamment tiled hearth and a reclaimed mantel. Glazed double doors leading into:
Another light and airy double aspect room comprising:
3.00m x 3.14m (9' 10" x 10' 4") A range of sage green wall and base units with granite worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, tiled splashbacks. Rangemaster electric range cooker with a stainless steel extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher, tiled floor, window overlooking to the rear garden and a door to the utility/boot room. Open plan to:
3.00m x 2.80m (9' 10" x 9' 2") Window to the front of the property and wiring for a pendant light over the dining space.
1.80m x 5.00m (5' 11" x 16' 5") A range of base and wall units with laminate worktops, washing machine, water softener and space for freestanding fridge freezer. Oil-fired central heating boiler, space for coat hooks and shoe storage etc, tiled floor, window and a door leading out to the side and the property and doors to the garden room and cloakroom.
Vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin, WC, tiled floor and walls, extractor and a window to the rear with obscured glass.
3.30m x 3.74m (10' 10" x 12' 3") Double glazed hardwood construction on a low brick wall with a boarded polycarbonate roof, fitted window blinds, radiator, recessed ceiling lights, and French doors leading outside.
3.35m x 3.98m (11' x 13' 1") Window overlooking the rear garden.
3.35m x 3.30m (11' x 10' 10") at widest points. Currently used as a study/office. Glazed double doors leading off the entrance hall, window to the side.
2.96m x 3.57m (9' 9" x 11' 9") Range of built-in wardrobe cupboards, double aspect windows to the front and side.
2.65m x 3.57m (8' 8" x 11' 9") Window overlooking the front garden.
A suite comprising a large walk-in shower cubicle with a chrome mixer shower, vanity cupboards with a worktop over incorporating a wash basin, WC. Shelved airing cupboard with louvred doors housing the hot water cylinder, chrome towel radiator, vinyl flooring, extractor and a window to the rear with obscured glass.
Greenways is set well back from the road and is approached over a sweeping gravelled driveway with a bridge over Hindringham stream leading to an extensive parking area in front of the garaging and leading to the front entrance door. The driveway is flanked by delightful front gardens with shaped lawns bordering the stream, well stocked beds and mature trees to the boundaries.
Double metal gates lead through a high brick and flint wall to the beautifully landscaped south facing rear garden. A raised gravelled terrace with a sleeper pond opens out from the sitting room door with gravelled walkways which wind around mature beds and lead to the outside stores. Steps lead up to the main garden which comprises a good sized central lawn with lawned walkways to the sides which meander through shaped island beds which have been planted to provide all year colour. To the side and rear, there are good-sized fenced off areas currently home to ducks and chickens, fruit and vegetable growing areas, a small orchard, 2 greenhouses and sheds.
The gardens and grounds are a delight and amount to approximately 0.89 acre (subject to survey).
A detached brick built garage block comprising:
5.61m x 5.48m (18' 5" x 18') A pair of electric doors to the front, power and light.
2.80m x 2.76m (9' 2" x 9' 1") Timber double doors to the front.
2.81m x 2.76m (9' 3" x 9' 1") Open fronted wood store with a door to the garage.
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band E.
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone .
Council Tax Band F.