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Great Witchingham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9

££750,000 Guide

4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale

A home for 35 years, Eades Mill House presents excellent characterful accommodation combined with well- proportioned rooms, classic of its period.

The beautiful soft red brick Georgian facade encapsulated the era with a fine climbing wisteria.
As you enter Eades Mill House, an entrance hall sets the scene with a beautiful sweeping staircase and gives its beholder a sense of grandeur.

There are four well-appointed reception rooms which retain a sense of charm and character, befitting this home.

It is, however, the kitchen and breakfast room at the heart of this home, a sociable space with an AGA cooker at its centre stage. Off the kitchen is the conservatory which is lovely as it's bathed in natural light.

From here, neatly tucked away, are a utility room and out-house garden store. Ideal space which doesn't feel like it encroaches on the rest of the home. Downstairs too, there is also an ever-useful WC.

Three staircases serve the first floor. As you move up through the home, these staircases really give you a sense of the rooms you are to find.

Eades Mill House has four excellent bedrooms, with the second bedroom having a built-in wardrobes and an en-suite WC.

The bedrooms are all served by the family bathroom, the ideal space to relax before heading to your chosen bedroom.

From one of the three landings, this home - once again - shows off its hidden practicalities with eaves storage, also found in bedroom three, along with a further stairway to the loft.

When it comes to peace and tranquillity, Eades Mill House delivers.

A paved terrace, just off the dining room, captures the sun and is a lovely place to sit and relax.

From the terrace you can wander beneath the mature trees and lawn over to the quaint foot bridge over water and onto a meadow. There's plenty of wildlife which can be seen and is a lovely place enjoy the summer season - or any for that matter.

GREAT WITCHINGHAM A village and civil parish, Great Witchingham is about 11 miles north-west of Norwich and falls within the district of Broadland.

Great Witchingham parish contains the village of Lenwade and is within easy reach of the market towns of Reepham and Dereham, with the former a walkable mile away.

Great Witchingham/Lenwade has a good village school, Great Witchingham CE VA Primary School as well as a local shop, public house, garage, butchers, bakers, a cafe and other amenities.

The village is set within the renowned Reepham High School and Sixth Form Centre catchment area. There are good transport links and the delightful north Norfolk coast and Norfolk broads are within easy driving distance.

Nestled in the Brecklands, in the heart of the county, Dereham is a classic country market town and an architectural haven with plenty of Georgian gems set on generous plots, blended with more recent developments.

In the eighth century, it is said that the youngest daughter of Anna, King of East Anglia, prayed for a miracle during a famine and two deers appeared every day to provide milk for the nunnery she had founded. When a huntsman tried to snare the deer, he was thrown from his horse - believed to be an act of divine retribution - and killed. The hunt is depicted on a town sign at the entry to Butter Market from the High Street.

Today, a twice weekly market, on Tuesdays and Fridays, along with a strong cohort of independent and specialist shops and free parking make the town a fabulous place for an afternoon spent browsing. Look out for the town's other historic landmarks which include the Mid-Norfolk Railway, a heritage line which runs 1950s railcars to Wymondham Abbey, Dereham Windmill, a Grade II listed building which was saved from the brink of destruction, and Bishop Bonner's Cottage, established in 1502 and believed to be the oldest building in town.

SERVICES CONNECTED Water via bore hole. Mains electricity. Drainage to... Oil fired central heating.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING Eades Mill House is Grade II listed so an Energy Performance Certificate is not required.

TENURE Freehold.


Tenure: Freehold




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