4 Bedroom House For Sale
The Old Crabbe Hall forms part of one of the Burnham Market's oldest buildings and dates back to at least the 17th Century. Hidden away from the hustle and bustle yet just moments from the village green, the hall is incredibly private for such a central location. Inside the house there is an abundance of beautiful period features, including what were then reclaimed ship's beams that are Elizabethan or quite possibly Tudor in origin. Both reception rooms have delightful inglenook fireplaces and upstairs in the central bedroom there is the outline of a priest hole.
Outside, and separate to the house, there is an attractive period stable block and cart shed that still retains its delightful wooden hay rack and manger. Subject to the usual consents this stable also offers huge potential, it could become a very well proportioned and self contained annexe, an office, a studio or perhaps a gallery for those wishing to work from home. Indeed it could also be connected to the main house to become additional integrated living space. A further outbuilding could be used as a double height garage or boat store. Another benefit that is a rare find in the middle of this incredibly popular village is that The Old Crabbe Hall enjoys ample off street parking and the substantial south facing garden also features a delightful 'secret' door in the wall that takes you straight onto the playing fields behind. To the rear of the house is a further walled garden with a mature fig tree that is said to have been planted by Admiral Lord Nelson when he lived in the village. Whether or not you wish to make use of the potential, The Old Crabbe Hall is a truly beautiful period house, steeped in history and to this day it continues to provides an oasis of peace and privacy.
BURNHAM MARKET Located a few minutes from the coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Burnham Market is for many people the jewel in the crown of North Norfolk, a stunning Georgian village with a green surrounded by 18th century houses, shops and chic boutiques. Along with The Hoste Arms, it also boasts three new and exciting restaurants; Number 29, 20 North Street and Socius. The village has a range of amenities including doctors' and dental surgeries, pharmacy, primary school and post office. An abundance of small village shops including a butcher, fresh fish shop, beauty and hair salon. Also there are bookshops, art galleries, a good wine merchant, Satchells, and a popular delicatessen, Humble Pie. The village playing field has all weather tennis courts and children&146;s recreational equipment. The village is close to the sailing harbours at Brancaster Staithe and Burnham Overy Staithe and the Royal West Norfolk Golf Course at Brancaster. The closest rail link to London King's Cross is at King's Lynn.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING An EPC is not required for this property as it is Grade II Listed. For more information please visit http://www.surveyandtest.com/what-counts-as-historic-building-for-epc-purposes
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity, water and drainage
COUNCIL TAX Band F. The amount payable for 2019/20 is £2,591.17.
AGENT'S NOTE The owner of the neighbouring property has access over the front driveway to their garden.
A new structural survey shows that the house is in good order, so there is up to date information on the state of this historic house.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 23427
No EPC available for this property
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