If you’re searching for a North Norfolk home which combines quiet seclusion with easy access to the exceptional amenities in this part of our county, this two-bedroom bungalow in High Kelling could be exactly the property for you!
Tucked away towards the end of a private cul-de-sac in the sought-after North Norfolk village of High Kelling, this delightful two-bedroom bungalow offers a tranquil retreat ideally located for access to the adjacent Georgian market town of Holt and the spectacular North Norfolk coast.
Nestling behind established trees and hedging in delightfully maintained and private gardens, this bungalow boasts flexible and spacious accommodation on a single level, with ample parking for several vehicles and even space to store a boat!
Originally constructed in the 1970s and extended and improved, this delightful bungalow has been scrupulously maintained by the current owners with a newly fitted kitchen, recently replaced and re-piped boiler, and a recent oil tank installation. Thanks to the high ceilings and large windows typical of the period, the rooms are all bright and airy, and have excellent views over the mature gardens which surround the property.
On entering the bungalow, a welcoming hallway gives access to all the principal rooms in the property, with ample storage cupboards and a handy guest cloakroom near the front door.
Off the hallway, the dual aspect living room is a cosy and inviting space all year round, with plenty of sunlight streaming through the south-facing windows during the day, and a warming woodburner for evenings relaxing by the fire. From this room, a doorway leads through to a second reception room, currently in use as a study, which could work equally well as a dining room, hobby room or a third bedroom if required.
The kitchen has been recently refitted and contains a good range of contemporary units with solid worktops, with ample space for a sociable kitchen island in the centre of the room. From here, a door leads out into the generous conservatory, which the current owners use as a dining room and which enjoys superb views over the private and well-stocked rear gardens.
To the other side of the property, two similarly-sized double bedrooms enjoy superb garden views, one to the front of the property, and one to the rear. A well-equipped family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The village of High Kelling benefits from a Post Office and stores and is situated amongst woodland just three miles from the North Norfolk coast and adjacent to the Georgian market town of Holt with its wealth of amenities including independent boutiques and stores, delicatessens and cafes, supermarket, schools and medical centre.
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Inside the property
Casement window to front aspect, entrance door to side aspect, coved textured ceiling with loft access, fitted carpets, two radiators, built-in storage cupboard with double doors, doors to:
5.49m x 3.43m (18’0” x 11’3”)
Dual aspect room with large windows to front and side aspects, coved textured ceiling with recessed ceiling lights, feature fireplace with wooden mantel incorporating wood burning stove onto slate hearth, fitted carpets, door to:
Study / Dining Room
2.02m x 3.84m (6’8” x 12’7”)
Window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, fitted carpets, radiator, door to:
3.25m x 3.79m (10’8” x 12’5”)
Casement window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, comprehensive range of fitted wall and base units with solid wood worktops over incorporating 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, plumbing for washing machine, space for 120cm range cooker. Radiator, oak flooring, glazed door to:
5.11m x 2.71m (16’9” x 8’10”)
Dual aspect with windows to side and rear, French doors to side aspect. Radiator, tiled floor.
3.35m x 3.41m (11’0” x 11’2”)
Window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.
3.06m x 3.81m (10’0” x 12’6”)
Window to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.
Two obscure glazed windows to rear aspect, coved textured ceiling, four-piece suite incorporating bidet, vanity washbasin with mixer tap, W.C, panelled bath with shower screen and shower over, wall-mounted heated towel rail, tiled floor.
Obscure glazed window to front aspect, coved textured ceiling, W.C., corner washbasin, radiator, fitted carpets.
Outside the property
To the front of the property–
The property is set back from the private roadway behind mature hedging, and the front garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a with well-stocked borders. A gated driveway provides parking space for at least three vehicles and leads to the attached
2.78m x 5.16m (9’1” x 16’11”)
Up-and-over garage door to front, light and power. Opening to:
Personnel access door to side aspect, floor-mounted oil-fired boiler.
To the rear of the property
The private rear garden predominantly lawned with a range of mature trees and shrubs and a specimen silver birch. A paved patio area is directly to the rear of the property and is accessible from the conservatory. A timber gate gives access to the side of the property and the oil tank, with an externally-accessed Store Room with window to rear aspect, light and power.
Council Tax Rating: D
Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage. Oil fired central heating.