2 Bedroom House Sold
Sowerbys are delighted to present The Mallard, a beautifully presented converted stable, formerly part of the stable yard and granary, positioned next to the former mid-Norfolk Railway Line and station. The MNR is well known for its unique steam train events, typically in the height of the summer and for seasonal holidays.
The complex is surrounded by neighbouring farmland, offering an Idyllic location within a mid-Norfolk semi-rural village in close proximity to Dereham, a traditional market town and commutable to Norwich, offering fantastic transport links and historic links, dating back to the medieval era.
The internal space offers modern qualities such as an open-plan living space incorporating a living area, dining area and a stylish kitchen with a range of wall and base units and integral appliances. In addition, there is a downstairs shower room and two double bedrooms upstairs, the master bedroom is currently used as a home media room.
The property has double glazed windows and is fuelled by modern electric radiators. In addition, there are external power points and an outside water tap.
OUTSIDE The front garden is enclosed by a low-level fence and laid to shingle and comprises a picnic table, perfect for catching the morning sun whilst enjoying your breakfast! The rear of the property is accessed through a shared access five-bar gate, leading to a shingled rear garden and allocated off-road parking.
LOCATION The village of Yaxham is situated approximately three miles south of the market town of Dereham and about two miles from the nearest Tesco supermarket. The village provides local amenities including an Indian restaurant at the landmark Yaxham Mill, Yaxham Waters farm shop and tea room, and a primary school. Further amenities can be found at the nearby town of Dereham. Modern shops merge comfortably into a heritage dating back to the 10th century when Withburga, daughter of a Saxon king, established a religious community in the deer park, which gave the town its name. Free parking allows you time to stroll around seeking out the restaurants and cafes or for an afternoon shop. There are museums, a leisure centre, golf course and schools within the town, or for the nature lovers take a stroll along the Neatherd Moor and the Vicarage Meadow. Slightly further afield are the ruins of the Saxon Cathedral at North Elmham, the wildlife and Dinosaur Parks, Pensthorpe, a bird lovers paradise and Thetford Forest Park. Norwich has good local transport links with the town and has an international airport and a mainline rail link to Liverpool Street, London, being approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes away. Downham Market approximately 40 minutes drive away, provides mainline rail link to Cambridge and King's Cross/St Pancras, London.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity, water and drainage. Telephone and broadband connected.
COUNCIL TAX Band A.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://www.epcregister.com/ and enter in the reference number.
AGENT'S NOTE The vendor has made us aware that caravans or boats are not permitted to park overnight within the complex.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 32619
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