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The Street, Hindolveston, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20


4 Bedroom Detached House Sold STC

Waking up to far reaching countryside views to the south and the opportunity to enjoy rural walks directly from your doorstep must be high up on the 'must have' list when looking for your perfect country home in north Norfolk.

'Hindol House' is fine example of a modern take on a traditional brick and flint house. A classic and handsome double fronted facade is adorned with intricate, brick and flint elevations that are so typical of the heritage architecture found in north Norfolk. Being of modern build the property benefits from excellent efficiency qualities and is presented in immaculate order throughout.

Set over two floors the bright and spacious accommodation extends to around 1,800 sq. ft. with well-proportioned rooms and a balanced and practical layout. A central hall is flanked by an impressive, dual aspect sitting room and a formal dining room. Off the sitting room is a delightful conservatory, which enjoys views and access onto the garden. A modern, fitted kitchen showcases classic 'Shaker' style cabinets and ample space for a breakfast table. Off the kitchen is a functional utility room and guest WC.

The first floor features a spacious, galleried landing with far-reaching countryside views. There are four bedrooms in total, each with fitted wardrobes and the principal bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom serves the three further bedrooms.

A sweeping carriage driveway provides a generous frontage with ample off-street parking and access to the attached garage. The rear garden is beautifully landscaped and meticulously maintained by the present owners. A paved sun terrace looks out over shaped lawns that are flanked by well-stocked shrub and flowering borders whilst an attractive selection of trees pepper the lawn.

'Hindol House' sits perfectly perched looking out over rolling open countryside in the charming and traditional north Norfolk village of Hindolveston. This delightful setting is the epitome of country life, with access to wonderful walks and country pursuits, yet is conveniently positioned close to the Georgian market town of Holt and the glorious north Norfolk coastline.

HINDOLVESTON Surrounded by beautiful countryside and quiet lanes, a traditional north Norfolk village. Hindolveston offers a Village Hall with many facilities including the Community Gym and there is also a local church, which holds regular services, and there are the ancient church ruins. Surrounded by wonderful walks in a peaceful and rural setting, Hindolveston offers country living at its finest. What is more, just on your doorstep you'll find the spectacular north Norfolk coast, with highly desirable seaside towns such as Wells-next-the Sea, Cromer and Sheringham.

Less than 10 miles away, a strong sense of community thrives among the proud residents and local businesses of Holt, and many of the latter champion the local 'Love Holt' initiative which waves the flag for the independent shops that add vibrancy to the Georgian town centre. Throughout the year, there are plenty of local events including a summer Holt Festival and 1940s Weekend, which takes over the town and 'Poppy Line' heritage railway that runs between here and Sheringham.

With a traditional butcher, fishmonger and greengrocer, the town even has its own department store and food hall, Bakers and Larners, a local landmark which has been run by the same family since 1770.

Life moves at a leisurely pace in Holt, and there are plenty of places to idle over a coffee or bite to eat. Believed to be the oldest house in town, Byfords deli and café ©s a central landmark and fabulous place to stop and watch the world go by or head to the heathland of Holt Country Park or Spout Hills and further connect with nature.

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 7395-3016-1205-1082-8200
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TENURE Freehold.


Tenure: Freehold





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1 Market Place
NR25 6BE

01263 710777

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