3 Bedroom Detached House Sold STC
An opportunity has arisen to purchase a detached property circa mid 1900's on a substantial plot of approximately 0.5 acres (STMS) with a detached double garage. This renovation project provides an opportunity for any purchaser to create a home within a generous plot size, set within in a popular village location.
The property is set back within its own generous sized plot with a gated driveway leading to the property and detached double garage. The property has original character of its era, including a bay fronted window and feature arched porch, typical of its period. Internally, whilst requiring modernisation, the potential of this property is obvious. There are well proportioned rooms with a spacious entrance hall leading to two reception rooms and a kitchen and utility area. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom off the landing.
The plot size is notable and not only is there potential to extend the current property there could also be potential to build additional properties subject to appropriate planning permission being granted. The gardens are mainly bordered with mature hedging, there is a patio area and a kitchen garden. This plot would certainly appeal to those wanting to create their own green space or build a self-sufficient lifestyle growing fruit and vegetables.
SAHAM TONEY The village is approximately nine miles from East Dereham, two miles from Watton and eight miles from Swaffham. Within the village there is a public house called the Old Bell, a hotel Broom Hall Country Hotel and the property is only about five minutes from the Richmond Park Golf Course. The village also has a Church of England Primary school, Parker's School with just over 100 pupils. The Church of St. Georges is a handsome flint building with a tower containing 6 bells and a clock. The Church has some very beautiful stained glass windows, the east window of the chancel portrays the Last Supper, this was a gift by the late Rev. W. H. Parker, who restored the whole building at considerable expense in 1864. There is a well-used Sports and Social Club with a hard working committee that keep the sports grounds in excellent condition for football and cricket matches throughout the year, there is a small bar for members and their guests.
COUNCIL TAX Band D.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water and drainage.
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.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 33050
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