4 Bedroom Mid-Terraced House For Sale
Finished to the highest of standards throughout, this brick and flint home is arranged in the hallmark Avada style with the living space on the first floor to take maximum advantage of this elevated position and its countryside views.
On the ground floor there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a large single which could also make a great dressing room.
The principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room as well as french doors out to the garden while all the other two share a family bathroom. There is also a very useful utility and boot room immediately next to the front door.
Climb the solid oak staircase to the first floor and you are immediately struck by the wonderfully vaulted ceilings throughout which really help create a sense of space.
The living area is open plan yet flows seamlessly together, from the sleek and contemporary kitchen with its central island and breakfast bar, through to the cosy and relaxed seating area and then finally to the natural dining space to the corner.
Bedroom four is also on the first floor and it is a self-contained bedroom suite, ideal for guests but also doubling as a perfect snug.
Outside and to the rear is a completely contained garden which is part patioed and part Astroturf, which means it is very easy to maintain. There is also two off-street parking spaces.
Here in Docking, number 14 really is the perfect lock up and leave.
DOCKING Docking is arguably one of Norfolk's best hideaways, just four miles from the sea yet a comfortable breeze away from the coastal crowds in the heat of summer, and within a comfortable drive of the market towns of Fakenham and elegant Holt.
Dating back to Saxon times, Docking is one of Norfolk's highest points at 272ft and was once known as 'Dry Docking', because of its lack of drinking water. A well was sunk in the village in the 18th century and residents paid a farthing per bucket until a mains supply was installed in 1936. The small village played a key role in World War II when the RAF Docking airfield operated between 1940-1958, and nearby Docking Hall housed serving actors Richard Burton, Robert Hardy and Warren Mitchell during this time.
Today, a strong village community exists and Docking has a thriving nursery and primary school, and the heart-warming sound of young children enjoying playtime often echoes in the surrounding streets, as it has for centuries. Well-serviced, Docking also has a GP surgery, village store with Post Office, playing field, tennis court and bowling green, along with a popular fish and chip shop and good local, The Railway Inn.
Buyers are spoilt for choice with a wide range of property including traditional, brick and flint and whitewashed cottages, classic Georgian houses and a growing range of quality new-build homes. One of the latest additions is Four Miles, so called for its short distance from the coastline at Thornham and Brancaster, which offers a range of quality cottages, barns and apartments on generous plots, sympathetically designed to fit in with their country location.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating via an air source heat pump.
COUNCIL TAX Band C.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING B. Ref:- 6901-1453-0132-5021-0793
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.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 41024.
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