5 Bedroom House For Sale
Sowerbys are delighted to offer a substantial new build property with the significant benefit of having accompanying gardens and land extending to approximately 2 acres (stms). Barroway Drove is a popular choice to reside in offering a peaceful village feel, farmland views and easy access to mainline stations to London, Cambridge and Ely at Downham Market, which is a short drive or cycle away.
First hand viewing of this property is essential as it is a large family house with some stunning features; notably a cathedral like garden room with a 4m ceiling height and views over the rear, it needs to be seen to be appreciated, alongside is a high-quality kitchen with quartz worktops which is open-plan to the garden room. Also, there is a sitting room, utility room, integral double garage and five first floor double bedrooms, en-suite room and spacious family bathroom with 1.5m shower and free-standing bath.
Outside the house has a handsome elevated position and is the first of a pair to be built. The front is gravelled and at the rear the builders have finished the back with a huge sandstone terrace and steps to the garden. Here you can appreciate elevated views over the land at the rear. The Garden will be turfed before a new owner takes occupation. Through gates at the back there is the land which will be enclosed by post and rail fencing and extends straight back. Equestrian facilities could be set here including stables (planning permission required). Further 2 acres (stms) available by separate negotiation.
DOWNHAM MARKET Downham Market is one of Norfolk's oldest market towns and it can be traced back to Saxon times. The town has a good range of shops and a busy market on Fridays and Saturdays as well as a range of schools and nurseries including a college. There are many attractive houses and buildings and an unusual gothic black and white town clock. There is a mainline railway station that goes to London King?s Cross (1 hour and 30 minutes). It is an ideal place for walking or cycling and the peaceful waterways are excellent for boating and fishing. Nearby at Welney is the famous Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust nature reserve, which is very popular with birdwatchers. In November the Festival of Swans is held where visitors can observe the over-wintering swans. King?s Lynn (11 miles away) has an excellent variety of shops, supermarkets, places to eat, ten-pin bowling alley, swimming pool, football club, cinema, theatre and three impressive churches. There are many services within the town including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, police station, fire station, primary schools, three secondary schools, college and a library. King's Lynn is connected to the local cities of Norwich and Peterborough via the A47 and to Cambridge via the A10. There is a mainline rail link via Cambridge to London King's Cross (1 hour and 40 minutes).
COUNCIL TAX To be confirmed.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage and Calor gas central heating.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING The property will have a SAP assessment carried out as part of building regulations when completed.
AGENT'S NOTE The property may be purchased without the additional land at rear.
A further 2 acres are available by separate negotiation.
Please contact Sowerbys King's Lynn for further details.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 27259
No EPC available for this property
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