6 Bedroom Detached House Under Offer
Head to the famous Norfolk coast, nip for a coffee and let a child's imagination burst with the excitement of an outdoors trip to the Royal Sandringham Estate and its adventure play park. Or why not spend the day at home? Perhaps with a spot of lunch at the local pub before relaxing for drinks in the garden and then entertaining friends round the dining table - The Laurels can offer the best of both here.
Occasionally with a property of such large proportions, it can feel rambling and excessive but for our clients here it simply feels spacious and homely - no area feels like an after-thought and each offers a valuable element to the overall function and welcome of the home.
One of only a few bespoke designed executive builds, this home occupies a generous plot which is not compromised by its internal scale and sits almost centrally, meaning it enjoys ample frontage and rear garden.
The combination of the kitchen/breakfast room with the separate formal dining room and sitting room makes for a natural flow of the property. This is evident with an evening spent entertaining and how these three rooms make up the heart of the home. The additional snug downstairs makes for a great space to retreat to for a quiet read or film, but equally could be utilised as a playroom or home office. However, the dimensions of each of the aforementioned rooms is of such that they lend themselves to a multitude of uses providing flexibility and versatility.
Furthermore, even the locations of the two downstairs WCs has been carefully considered, with one lending itself perfectly to day-to-day internal use, off the main hall way, and the other being situated next to the utility room - ideally positioned for comings and going from the garage and garden.
French doors from the breakfast room and conservatory complete the 'circular motion' which is superb for accommodating gatherings which utilise all aspects of both the internal zones and the welcoming garden.
Upstairs, all of the bedrooms are doubles with two of these served by their own en-suites. The others share use of a family bathroom with separate bath and shower and then a further shower room. The principal bedroom is particularly impressive and occupies an entire wing. It has extensive in-built wardrobes, ample room and provides a haven after a busy schedule.
An integral double garages with electric doors and neatly accompanies the large driveway which can comfortably take multiple vehicles, something definitely appreciated with this amount fantastic living space.
With a thriving local community and leafy surroundings, this could be your forever home.
GAYTON A popular rural village, Gayton has a primary school, a pub called The Crown which serves excellent food, a petrol station incorporating a shop and a post office, hairdressers, family owned butcher with a deli, playing fields and a pleasant allotment site with plots of varying sizes.
Nearby are the Sandringham Estate and the open beaches of north-west Norfolk.
The area has good access to footpaths and bridleways and to the east is Peddars Way, a 93 mile long path from Suffolk to Holme-next-the Sea linking up with the Norfolk Coastal Path.
Gayton is a thriving village in West Norfolk at the centre of the Gayton Group of Parishes. St Nicholas Church is very much a part of village life and is currently seeing a revival.
Gayton has a good bus service to King's Lynn which 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.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor living accommodation
COUNCIL TAX Band F.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING C. Ref:- 8601-7226-6620-2525-5926
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.
AGENT'S NOTE The property is accessed by an un-adopted road, it is understood that each property has a responsibility to maintain a portion of this.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 39856.
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