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The Street, Hindringham, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21

££575,000 Guide

3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale

This pretty, period cottage exudes charm and boasts a delightful garden. Our vendors have made changes throughout their ownership, adding to the properties character.

Entering the cottage via its lobby, there are doors to the shower room, utility room and the kitchen/family room. The utility room houses the floor mounted oil boiler and a useful sink unit. The internal doors have been changed to ledge and brace, latched doors, creating a cottage feel from the moment you enter the property.

The fitted kitchen is both spacious and practically square with ample room for family dining and entertaining. The kitchen further benefits from a 'Rangemaster' cooker, feature ceiling beam and a stable door to the rear. The flooring has been renewed in the lobby, shower room, utility and kitchen to provide a delightful, herringbone style, tiled surface - practical for both children and pets.

The kitchen leads comfortably into the adjacent 'snug' room, with boarded floor and access to the first floor via the contemporary spiral staircase. There is also access from this room to a delightful walk-in pantry, providing lots of storage.

Onto the stunning sitting room with its cosy inglenook fireplace, bressummer beam and pamment tiled hearth, housing a wood-burning stove. The flooring has also been changed in this room to provide a beautiful oak floor that complements the exposed timbers to the walls. There is an additional original staircase to the side of the fireplace that leads to the principal bedroom. Another unusual but character feature in this room is its 'coffin hatch', allowing larger items of furniture and chattels to be moved more easily between floors.

The first floor landing offers airing and built-in storage cupboards, alongside the generous size principal bedroom with beams and exposed timbers, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The garage is another generous size space, with a staircase accessing the loft area above. There is a personal door to the side, leading to the rear of the property.

The outside space boasts an outbuilding/studio to its side aspect, independently accessed. The driveway provides ample parking and leads to the garage, further benefiting from an electric car (EV) charging point. The rear garden has been landscaped, providing a delightful space, incorporating a patio and terraced garden. The beautiful curved wall delineating the side boundary is yet another feature. There is a useful covered woodstore and outside tap. The garden briefly comprises, lawn, vegetable plot, a perennial bed with seating area to its rear and a wild grass bank. The inclusion of two ponds makes for a delightful overall space to enjoy, particularly in the spring and summer time.

The property is perfect for families and subject to necessary consents there is potential to work remotely from a first floor office above the garage.

HINDINRGHAM Hindringham is a small rural village situated not far from the unspoilt North Norfolk coast. The village which is dominated by the huge church tower of St Martin, has seen continuous habitation since the Bronze Age. The Thursford Collection of steam engines and funfair rides with its wonderful Christmas Spectacular Show - the largest of its kind in England can also be found within easy reach. The North Norfolk coast, with its many miles of beaches and salt marshes, is also nearby. Hindringham is situated midway between the busy historic market town of Fakenham with its many amenities and National Hunt Racecourse, and the lovely Georgian town of Holt also offering many shops, sports facilities, banks, and good schools.


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating and wood-burning stove. Electric car (EV) charging point.

COUNCIL TAX Band C.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 0032-8329-7100-0856-2202
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.

PROPERTY REFERENCE 26209

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Fakenham
The Old Rectory
21 Oak Street
Fakenham
NR21 9DX

01328 801534
fakenham@sowerbys.com

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