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Gresham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11

££1,100,000 Guide

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Mill Farm House is nothing short of a splendour period home set in enchanting grounds amongst idyllic, rolling countryside.

The home is located close to Gresham village boasting substantial and highly versatile accommodation approaching 6,000 sq. ft. and enjoying an idyllic setting in glorious and private grounds.

Set on the site of an old working mill, and dating back in parts to the early 1800s, this unique and beguiling residence has a long-standing local history and provenance.

Having been extensively remodelled, renovated and extended during various ownerships through the 1900s and right up until today, the house - along with outbuildings - now showcases a spacious accommodation that is both highly diverse and adaptable.

The main house and guest barn provide no less than ten bedroom options, eight bath/shower rooms and around eight individual receptions.

Oozing with period charm and character throughout, the accommodation enjoys wonderful vistas out over glorious and private grounds that extend to around 1.75 acres (stms).

The main house features around 4,500 sq. ft. of space set out over two floors. The main living space is spread over several principal receptions, each with their own character and style, to provide endless entertaining options on a grand scale.

An impressive kitchen/breakfast room - together with a snug, utility room, boot room and study - delivers the essential space that make this such a complete family home.

No less than seven bedrooms and six bath/shower rooms are spread evenly across the two floors and provide a high degree of versatility to satisfy a diverse range of needs and desires.

The glorious, landscaped grounds provide a wonderful environment for the property to enjoy a high degree of privacy.

A sweeping, carriage entrance and deep frontage ensures maximum peace and discretion along with vast parking and storage options. Formal gardens wrap around the entire property on all sides with undulating lawns, paved sun terraces and an abundance of established planting and trees. Extending to around 1.75 acres (stms) the grounds perfectly harmonise with the house and barn to create a very special setting and lifestyle opportunity.

The guest barn, which is currently utilised as a holiday let, features beautifully appointed living space with an open plan kitchen, dining area and sitting room.

Two double bedrooms, and a single, are served by two bath/shower rooms and can comfortably house five guests. The barn sits in its own garden area with ample parking and separate road access options.

GRESHAM A small and pleasant rural village, Gresham is located south west of Cromer.

It has an interesting church with a very organised Victorian remodelled exterior. But once inside, you find it whitewashed and free of any decoration.

The church used to be Anglo Catholic but was 'persuaded' to be Protestant by a Consistory Court in the 1940s. The church, with its 14th century chancel, is a magnet for church explorers, because it contains one of the best of the East Anglian seven sacrament fonts series. Needless to say it is also the ancestral home of the Gresham family, founders of Gresham's School and the Royal Exchange.

Renowned for its award-winning sandy beaches, Banksy's Great British Spraycation artwork, and its famous Crabs, the scenic coastal town of Cromer boasts impressive views of the medieval church, which has the highest tower in Norfolk. There is also the spectacular Victorian pier, at the end of which is a restaurant and a 500 seat pavilion theatre. Other attractions include a cinema, Amazonia Zoo and the Cromer Museum and Lifeboat Museum. The town has its own railway station with a good service to Norwich and other prime amenities including a hospital, doctors surgery, dental surgery, library and the Royal Cromer Golf Club (18 hole).

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity. Drainage via septic tank. Oil fired heating.

COUNCIL TAX Band F.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. Ref:- 8803-8912-2029-6397-6743
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.


TENURE Freehold.

PROPERTY REFERENCE 39093.

Tenure: Freehold

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Holt
1 Market Place
Holt
Norfolk
NR25 6BE

01263 710777
holt@sowerbys.com

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