This four-bedroom detached house, constructed in 2016 by Hopkins Homes, is situated towards the end of a residential cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Wroxham – the Capital of the Norfolk Broads.
The spacious ground floor accommodation includes a kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room and a delightful living room with a feature fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. On the first floor, three double bedrooms and one single bedroom radiate from a galleried landing, which also provides access to the family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room.
To compliment the property’s original layout, the current owners have extended the ground floor accommodation with the addition of a bright and airy open-plan conservatory with full-width bifold doors, creating a welcoming and spacious living environment, ideal for larger families or for entertaining. During the summer months, throw open the bifold doors and the landscaped South-facing garden, with richly-planted beds and feature sunken patio area, really comes into its own.
This property’s location on the outskirts of the village gives a real sense of countryside living, yet with a broad range of amenities within close proximity. With extensive field views to the rear aspect, Norfolk’s rural landscape is truly on your doorstep – yet the property is also within walking distance of the River Bure, around which the plentiful amenities of Wroxham and the adjacent village of Hoveton are clustered.
Wroxham is known as the Capital of the Broads for good reason – the boatyards and marinas which line the riverside have contributed much to the character of the village throughout history. With Norfolk Yacht Club located on Wroxham Broad and the wider Broads network within easy reach, opportunities for water-borne recreation are plentiful all year round, either in your own craft or one of the many hire craft available. The popularity of the area means that shops, restaurants and essential services are equally plentiful, including a medical centre, library, junior and high schools – there’s even a department store.
And if you can’t find what you need locally, transport links are plentiful and convenient. Norwich city centre is approximately 8 miles distant, accessible by car, bus or train from the Wroxham & Hoveton branch line station. From Norwich station, London Liverpoiol Street is only a 90-minute journey. Should the bright lights of the capital not appeal, head 30 minutes in the opposite direction and inhale the sea air and wide horizons of Norfolk’s incredible beaches.
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