4 Bedroom Detached House Sold STC
Having been refurbished and extended during their ownership, our clients have thoroughly enjoy all the fabulous little spots they have created both inside and out.
These fabulous spots have helped to accommodate entertaining family and friends throughout the year, whether it has been relaxing with a cool drink in the sun room or making one's self cosy in the living room with a good book.
Outside there's plenty to explore in the extensive gardens where the current owners have found there are plenty of places to enjoy the wildlife.
This is truly a house that once you're here and you see exactly what it offers, quickly feels like home.
The open plan kitchen/dining room is great for day-to-day living with the large bay window at the far end of the room flooding the space with natural light. It's also very handy for providing valuable extra room for, not only a good size dining table ,but also the perfect recess for a sofa - coupled with the additional log burner in here, this makes for a wonderfully inviting and sociable zone from morning to night.
The french doors at the opposite end give a tantalising and inviting glimpse of the colours in the garden and complement the country kitchen, allowing for easy access when dining alfresco.
To the first floor all the bedrooms enjoy leafy views with the principal bedroom being particularly spacious with double aspect views welcoming "light right to the end of the day" - this is accompanied by a walk through wardrobe to the en-suite with roll top bath and separate shower. The remaining rooms are served by a shower room.
The central landing has room for an inbuilt reading bench which lends itself to yet another little retreat for a bit of privacy or even a bedtime story.
Venturing into the garden, it is chapter-after-chapter of delightfully landscaped and cleverly divided sections that are bursting with colour. These take you on a wonderful journey concluding with an enchanting area of woodland that would capture the imagination both young and old.
Our clients loved that this home has given them the chance to create a garden from scratch, creating a green-fingered haven with fruit and vegetables growing too. Included in the property is also an acre plot (STMS).
Its fair to say this home has been hugely embraced for all that it has to offer. Within its boundaries it has much to offer but is still only a small venture from its doorstep and onto charms of the Norfolk countryside and coastline.
ASHWICKEN A tranquil life in a quiet village, that's something Ashwicken really offers.
It is only three miles from King's Lynn, with is perched on the banks of the River Ouse and has been a centre of trade and industry since the Middle Ages, and its rich history is reflected in the many beautiful buildings which still line the historic quarter.
Originally named Bishop's Lynn, during the reign of Henry VIII the town was surrendered to the crown and took the name King's Lynn. During the 14th century, Lynn was England's most important port, dominated by the Hanseatic League. Although the growth of London later eroded the port's importance, ship-building and fishing became prominent industries, the latter of which is documented at True's Yard Museum.
With more than 400 listed buildings, two warehouses - Hanse House and Marriott's Warehouse - still stand in the centre of the town, along with King's Lynn Minster and Custom House. These have appeared as stars of the screen in numerous period dramas and it's not unusual to spot a camera crew and cast on location.
King Street, which runs from Tuesday Market Place to the Custom House was once known as 'Stockfish Row' for the number of fish merchants that lived there, With a listed building every 26ft, Sir John Betjeman described it as one of the finest walks in England. In 1845, there were at leAast ten pubs on this street alone, and although these have faded away a relatively new arrival is the WhataHoot distillery with its gin school and handmade spirits.
With Cambridge, Peterborough and Norwich all within an hour's drive and a direct rail line into London King's Cross arriving in the capital in just 1 hour 40 minutes, King's Lynn continues to attract a growing number of professionals seeking an easy commuter route.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band F.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 1600-5986-0722-5103-3623
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PROPERTY REFERENCE 39066.
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