4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
Completed in 2019, this stunning home has a "Chocolate Box" worthy curb appeal with its brick and flint finish sympathetically in keeping with other attractive properties in this quintessential and historic English village.
A carefully considered design has created a substantial and yet cosy house that superbly meets the demands of modern living, with a delicate balance between open-plan space coupled with essential additional reception rooms that offer versatility of requirement.
Subtle changes in flooring neatly help add further individuality to the zones without overly defining their purpose.
To either side of the generous entrance hall are two good sized reception rooms; one ideally suited for a home office, play-room or extra snug and to the opposite side, a sumptuous living room. The living room is complete with a log burner for those cooler seasons sat with an evening tipple or hot chocolate whilst watching a movie or reading a book.
An impressive open-plan space comprising of the kitchen, family room and dining area, stretches across the back and blends into the outside through bi-fold doors out onto the patio area. This fabulously sociable collection of zones delivers flexibility in functionality with substantial floor and wall space to accommodate a variety of furnishings in multiple formats. The views over the paddocks to the rear are a day-to-day picture perfect reminder of this homes enviable country setting.
The utility room off the kitchen is a great place for de-kitting after a day out along the north Norfolk Coast or Royal Sandringham Estate. With an abundance of footpaths for dog walking and hiking in the locality, the majority of the flooring throughout the ground floor is perfectly suited for this outdoor lifestyle.
A bespoke oak staircase leads to the first floor with four double bedrooms. The principal bedroom enjoys its own walk-in dressing room, en-suite shower room and Juliet balcony that offers elevated vistas over the rural landscape. A second bedroom also has its own en-suite shower room, whilst all share use of a family bathroom with separate bath and shower.
Outside, a magnificent chestnut tree stands proudly at the entrance where an electric five-bar gate with separate pedestrian access leads to a forward parking area for multiple vehicles.
To the rear the garden is largely laid to lawn with a rather enchanting garden room retreat tucked neatly in the corner, making for a terrific home office or peaceful hideaway.
The absolute cherry on this already delicious cake, is the self-contained one bedroom apartment above the double garage and store. This is a fantastic opportunity for multi-generational living, visiting friends and family or even an Air B'n'B.
With a vibrant year-round community, Congham proudly hosts numerous events on its village green including cricket matches, f괥s and even the annual World Snail Championships. Whilst the local pub and Congham Hall Hotel make for excellent local options to dine and meet with friends and family.
CONGHAM A small rural hamlet, Congham is on the edge of the village of Grimston.
It has the fine Congham Hall Hotel and Restaurant and The Anvil Inn pub, which offers a cosy retreat along with meals.
One of the most famous things about Congham is undoubtedly its annual World Championship Snail Racing. The snails race on a circular course and the first to reach a marker close to the edge is deemed the world champion. Ready, steady...slow!
Grimston has a general store, pub and an outstanding first school.
King's Lynn is within easy reach and is perched on the banks of the River Ouse, King's Lynn 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.
The town has an excellent variety of shops, supermarkets, places to eat, ten-pin bowling alley, swimming pool, football club, cinema, theatre and three impressive churches.
There are many services within the town including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, police station, fire station, primary schools, three secondary schools, college and a library.
The town also holds weekly markets and many events throughout the year. King's Lynn is connected to the local cities of Norwich and Peterborough via the A47 and to Cambridge via the A10. There is a mainline rail link via Cambridge to London King's Cross, approx. 1 hour and 40 minutes.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Air source heating with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor accommodation.
COUNCIL TAX Band F.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING B. Ref:- 8411-7136-6150-5500-8922
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 There is a right of way to relevant services for maintenance of the electrical pylon. An RHI grant for the air source heating unit, currently receiving a quarterly payment of £250.00 with approximately 3.5 years remaining - it is understood this may potentially be transferable to the new owner/s.
Bottled gas central heating to the annexe apartment.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 40350
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