3 Bedroom Town House Sold STC
PASTON HOUSE Paston House is a luxurious conversion within the east wing of the former Old Lodge with views over the ancient monument set within the grounds of The Old Lodge.
Paston House benefits from the magnificent original Old Lodge stone entrance leading into the impressive shaker style kitchen complete with central island and integrated appliances. There is the benefit of a separate utility room and ground floor WC. The kitchen opens into the superb drawing/dining room which is triple aspect and will feature a bespoke media centre.
The feature oak staircase rises to the first-floor landing where you will find the principal bedroom with a spacious and luxurious en-suite. There are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower cubicle to complete the first floor. The exterior provides a delightful south-facing garden and parking for two vehicles.
Paston House measures approximately 1926 square feet and is due to be completed late 2021.
- Original Lodge door with stone surround
- Oak interior doors
- Antique brass ironmongery
- Oak and glass staircase
- Shaker style kitchen with quartz worktops
- Neff integrated appliances
- Original stone windows, secondary glazed
- Feature anthracite column radiators
- South-facing private garden with river valley view
- Bay fronted principal bedroom with views over the monument
- Equally impressive second bedroom with triple aspect views over the river valley
- Generous loft space
- Fitted wardrobes to principal bedroom
- Exterior electrical socket and garden tap
- Generous paved area plus lawned garden
- Access to our bespoke build team including interior designer, landscape gardener, bespoke joinery fit outs, kitchens, and bathrooms (extra)
- Double vanity sink unit in en-suite with oversized shower unit
- Dual fuel towel radiators in bathroom and en-suite
- Double ended bath with centre taps
- Slimline, modern profile shower trays with glass screens
- Porcelain rainforest tiles in bathroom and en-suite
- Heat mat flooring in bathroom and en-suite
- Wall hung vanity units and hidden cisterns
- Nest thermostat
- Traditional gas boiler and cylinder
- Feature home media and display unit in living area
- TV connections and network cable in all bedrooms
- Fast fibre broadband available
ROOM DIMENSIONS Open Plan Living Room / Dining Room
25' 11" x 22' 7" max (7.9m x 6.9m max)
17' 4" x 15' 5" (5.3m x 4.7m)
9' 2" x 7' 2" (2.8m x 2.2m)
15' 8" x 15' 8" (4.8m x 4.8m)
11' 5" x 6' 2" (3.5m x 1.9m)
17' 8" x 12' 9" (5.4m x 3.9m)
13' 9" x 8' 10" (4.2m x 2.7m)
10' 5" x 9' 10" (3.2m x 3.0m)
(Please note that dimensions may be subject to minor changes due to technical details at build stage)
LOCATION AND LIFESTYLE This extraordinary development is more than just a collection of outstanding properties - the location offers an incredible combination of city, suburb and countryside benefits which are hard to match anywhere in Norfolk and beyond.
Within walking distance is the village centre with a host of useful amenities. Places to eat and drink such as the bustling popular pubs and the nearby bistro; an array of shops including post office and a butchers; useful healthcare facilities, family parks and walks.
And indeed one of those walkways is famous throughout the county. 'Marriott's Way' is a meandering route than cuts through the very heart of Norfolk, from Norwich to Aylsham. Named after William Marriott, a former Chief Railway Engineer, this beautiful and charming 26 mile footpath, bridleway and cycle path is right on your doorstep. Open all year round, Marriott's Way is famed for the wealth of wildlife you will enjoy on your travels.
And those who seek travels further afield will be delighted to discover that again Drayton is perfectly located. Norwich International Airport is just over a 3 mile drive whilst Stansted is less than 90 miles away. Norwich main line Railway Station is less than six miles away, and now thanks to the recently opened NDR road link which links east and west sides of the city it is a breeze to reach. Those commuting by car to Cambridge or London will find the A11 just 7 miles away whilst the A47 is less than 4 miles to reach. There are also regular buses through Drayton village itself - perfect for accessing the centre of Norwich.
The medieval city of Norwich is renowned as a shopping paradise with a vast offering of high street brands, boutiques and the infamous open air market. The city is also regarded as a great entertainer with pubs galore, restaurants and cafes at every turn, museums, ghost walks, cinemas, sports venues, night clubs and the wonderful Theatre Royal amongst many other attractions.
But for many seeking homes in Norfolk it is the draw of the countryside and coast which is the icing on the cake - and our beautiful 'county of big skies' delivers in spades. The coastline is more than 130 kilometres of stunning scenery including award winning beaches, many of which are only half an hour to an hour away by car. Towns and villages such as Cromer, Sheringham, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Hunstanton, Brancaster and Holkham amongst so many others provide the perfect getaways. And you'll never get bored of exploring the Norfolk Broads, with over 200 kilometres of navigable rivers and lakes to enjoy.
The Lodge at Drayton will open the door to a lifestyle which can be anything you wish to make it.
THE DEVELOPER The Lodge is brought to you by Hidden Talents Development, the name behind some of Norfolk's most iconic hospitality brands such as 'Byfords' of Holt and 'The Pigs' at Edgefield. They also completed the successful residential development at 'The Dial House' in Reepham, a collection of six Georgian conversions and eleven new build homes. The Lodge will mirror the same attention to detail and provide an exclusive way of life you would expect from this exceptional brand.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING The property will have a SAP assessment carried out as part of building regulations when completed.
SERVICE CHARGES To be confirmed
PROPERTY REFERENCE 34450
No EPC available for this property
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