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4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale

PREVIEW LAUNCH EVENT SATURDAY 10TH DECEMBER, Call Sowerbys to Register your Interest.

Residing within the highly regarded Norfolk village of Griston, these two newly converted homes are accessible to a wide range of amenities and have glorious Norfolk countryside within easy reach. Furthermore, the area benefits from good transport links to the city of Norwich, the north Norfolk coastline and heading out of the county.

Formerly the Old Store and Post Office, this pair of newly converted semi-detached properties have been restored and renovated to an impeccable standard by a local developer. Both semi's offer luxury finishes and modern open plan living to suit families or couples looking for spacious accommodation.

Approached from Watton Road and passing both the church and the highly regarded local freehouse, The Waggon and Horses, both properties stand proud and set back from the road offering a generous shingled driveway with a picket fence and decorative raised borders, complete with railway sleepers and established foliage. Both properties have a generous space to the side, perfect for additional parking or utilising the space into the rear garden.

The Old Post Office is the larger of the two properties and extends to approximately 1,637sq. ft. Upon entering through a supported porch, into a generous family room, large windows to the front aspect give an indication of its past, with the added benefit of flooding natural light into the property. Leading through into a spacious 25ft open plan kitchen/dining room, fitted with a luxury kitchen, complete with centre island and built-in appliances, which include a Lamona wall mounted double oven, five ring ceramic hob and a washing machine.

The dining area has a feature brick surround fireplace and is finished with wooden flooring, contrasting beautifully with the modern tiled kitchen. In addition, patio doors lead out onto the landscaped garden with an overhanging canopy, ideal for socialising in the summer. Leading through into a rear lobby which is the perfect space to hang your coat, there is access into the downstairs bathroom. The remaining space downstairs houses the fourth bedroom which could be used as an office space or additional snug if required.

Upstairs grants access to all three bedrooms and the upstairs shower room via a rear landing which runs the width of the properties and is fitted with two windows. The principal suite has an en-suite shower room installed, along with the original circular window.

The Old Store is positioned to the left and offers similar accommodation to its adjoining property, finished to the same luxury standard with a slightly different layout. The kitchen/dining room benefits from bi-fold doors which will lead out to a paved patio and landscaped garden.

Both properties enjoy a landscaped rear garden with newly erected fencing offering private gardens, newly laid patios and lawned gardens.

GRISTON An historic village which can be traced back to the Domesday Book, Griston is just 2 miles from the market town of Watton where weekly food and flower markets are held. The village has a sociable community and the ever popular Public House 'The Waggon and Horses' has a great reputation for serving excellent food and drinks.

The local Griston Hall near Wayland Wood is in folklore the abode of the wicked uncle who ordered the death of his wards, the Babes in the Wood, so that he could inherit their property. The village sign reflects the story.

The next village, Caston has a primary school and pub, and just four miles away is Rocklands Community Shop, with a Post Office and tea room.

Aylsham and Thetford Town centres are a short drive away along with the market town of Watton which is two miles away, with an impressive selection of shops, schools and sports and leisure facilities. The cathedral city of Norwich is about 22 miles with its beautiful heritage, vibrant nightlife, sophisticated shopping, caf鳬 bars and mouth-watering restaurants. There are also a number of sought after schools and colleges. Norwich offers access to all the major rail links and Norwich International Airport. Further main line railway links in both Aylsham and Downham Market are once again both only a short drive away.

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

COUNCIL TAX Band to be confirmed.

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TENURE Freehold.


Tenure: Freehold



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