4 Bedroom Detached House Sold STC
Hidden away in this discreet North Norfolk coastal village and just a few minutes walk to the beach, The Spinney is one of the most exceptionally finished property to come to the market in quite some time. From the moment you walk into the grand yet welcoming entrance hall the sense of space is evident throughout, with the wide staircase in front of you and the double height ceiling above you the entire house flows around this central room. Nearly every principal room leads off the entrance hall which means that the living and entertaining space is both free flowing as well as incredibly practical but you are naturally drawn towards the family kitchen at the rear. Designed, constructed and then installed by Norfolk Living Kitchens to be used as their show piece display kitchen is testament to the immaculate finish of every single item in this room. The attention to detail in the joinery, the practical layout and the quality of the equipment and finish is second to none, in a house where everything can legitimately be described as immaculately presented this kitchen still stands out. Furthermore, as well as being a practical kitchen this room is also practically arranged with a separate seating and relaxing area neatly segregated by an attractive balustrade and with three sets of bi-folding doors this room really comes into its own on a hot summer day, bringing the outside in. A double doorway leads off the rear of the kitchen into the formal dining room which, with the first floor gantry running over it, gives the room a really intimate feel despite having a double height. There are two reception rooms off the dining room, the larger of which having three sets of French doors and is ideal for either big scale entertainment or could also be used as a games room, with such proportions it would easily accommodate a full size billiards table. The other reception room is more cosy with its Stovax real wood inset fireplace and would most likely be used as a more informal family room albeit with its southerly aspect and French doors out it also makes a wonderfully bright morning room. Across the hall is what is now an essential room for any house, the home office and then at the back there are two further rooms, the utility and laundry room with butler sink and additional built in refrigerators and then through to the boot room with its beautifully crafted central seating island, perfect for putting on and pulling off muddy wellies.
Taking the grand central staircase up to the first floor, the equally impressive landing mirrors downstairs in that it gives access off to all three bedroom suites on one side and the family rooms on the other. At the rear of the house is the principal bedroom with almost extravagant proportions throughout, a full size walk in dressing room, a bathroom with separate rooms off providing a WC and a shower room and then from the seating area at the foot of the bed French doors lead you out onto a wonderful roof terrace beyond. Either of the other two suites would be considered very generous in most houses both having walk in dressing rooms and bathrooms with the suite at the front of the house having a delightful bathroom on the second floor accessed by its own private staircase. On the eastern side of the house the family rooms provide complete flexibility of use, on this floor a double and single bedroom share a shower room although the single room could be a child's study or TV room and from this room stairs lead up to the second floor with two substantial interlinked rooms that span the entire width of the house and could provide further bedrooms, a play room or even a home gym, the possibilities are as open ended as the new owners imagination. Outside patioed areas surround the house so there is always somewhere to sit out and enjoy the sun as it crosses the sky. At the back of the house there is a lawned garden leading down to a mature tree lined border whilst the front of the house is hidden from the road by an equally mature tree line affording it almost complete privacy. Finally, in addition to the gated gravelled parking at the front, there is a very attractive oak framed three bay cart shed.
The Spinney is without question an immaculately presented property in every single detail and such an exceptional level of craftsmanship can be explained when you realise that the house was conceived, designed, built and then finished by Norfolk Living Company as their show home and in every single aspect this house demonstrates the very best in what they do.
HOLME-NEXT-THE-SEA Holme-next-the-Sea is a very sought after village between Old Hunstanton and Thornham on the North Norfolk coast. The huge expanse of beach and marsh make this quiet village perfect for bird-watching. It also has a very good pub, The White Horse. An ancient ring of timbers discovered on Holme beach after a very low tide is believed to be a ritual burial site dating from Druid times. The Seahenge, as it is known, has been removed for conservation and is exhibited at Lynn Museum in King's Lynn.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity and water.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 16456
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