Jalm House, Coltishall

Guide Price £400,000 - £425,000

In Summary

Status: Completed
Location: Coltishall, Norfolk Broads

Property Type:

Detached House
4 Bedrooms
2 Reception Rooms
1 Bathrooms


Four bedroom detached house • No onward chain • Open-plan kitchen dining room • Garage • Ample parking • Sought-after village location

We’re delighted to present this individual Norfolk property, in an elevated position in the heart of the Norfolk Broads village of Coltishall.

Available with no onward chain, this four-bedroom detached house offers a fantastic blank canvas primed for you to create your dream home.

Occupying an elevated position in the heart of the Norfolk Broads village of Coltishall, Jalm House is a four-bedroom detached property which offers a wonderfully blank canvas ready for its new owners to create their perfect home in this sought-after location.

Originally constructed in the 1970’s, Jalm House boasts an open-plan kitchen and dining room, balanced by a spacious living room on the ground floor. These rooms are dual aspect, with a light and airy feeling thanks to the large windows typical of the period, and aluminium patio doors which offer access to the rear garden and allow a sociable “inside-outside” flow throughout the space, perfect for summer entertaining.

On the first floor, there are four good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom, again with plenty of natural light, whilst outside the rear garden is low-maintenance with paved patio areas and mature decorative planting. The whole of the property has been decorated in neutral tones, and is available with no onward chain.

Coltishall is our home, and this vibrant riverside village with its welcoming community feel has experienced a recent surge in demand for properties of all types and sizes. Once a centre for local brewing and boatbuilding, Coltishall boasts a wealth of amenities unusual in a Norfolk village of this size, and whilst the breweries and boatyards may be long gone, Coltishall still has three popular local pubs and plenty of scope for water-borne recreation. 

This individual home is within easy walking distance of the amenities of Coltishall, and benefits from a central location within the village. Turn left when leaving the property, and you’re just a short stroll from the iconic Coltishall Common, a popular riverside recreational area in the summertime, which boasts moorings and two well-regarded public houses. 

Turn right, and the wider amenities of the village including another popular pub, art gallery, two churches, hotel and spa, butchers, greengrocer, cafés, takeaways, convenience stores and fuel station are all within easy reach, as is the OFSTED Excellent primary school, medical centre, pharmacy, and village hall with recreation grounds.  

Situated alongside the River Bure at the gateway to the Norfolk Broads National Park, and just 30 minutes from the wide skies and open beaches of the Norfolk Coast, Coltishall is seven miles from the centre of cosmopolitan Norwich, with its international airport and direct rail service to London Liverpool Street in 90 minutes.

Entrance Hall

Textured ceiling, part-glazed external door to front aspect, stairs to first floor with understairs storage cupboard, built-in cloaks cupboard, fitted carpets, radiator, doors to:


High-level obscure glazed window to front aspect, textured ceiling, washbasin, W.C, vinyl flooring. 

Living Room

Dual aspect room with window to front aspect and aluminium patio door to rear. Textured ceiling, two radiators, fitted carpets. Freestanding electric fireplace and surround.

Kitchen / Dining Room

Triple aspect open-plan room with window to front aspect, window to rear aspect and aluminium patio doors to side aspect. Textured ceiling. The kitchen area incorporates a range of fitted units with a built-in double oven, solid plate hob with extractor over, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for washing machine, under-counter fridge and freezer. Ceramic tiled floor, part-glazed external door to side aspect.

A breakfast bar with display cabinets over separates the kitchen area from the dining area, which benefits from fitted carpets and a radiator.

First floor landing

Window to rear aspect, textured ceiling with loft access hatch, built-in cupboard with louvre doors housing Worcester gas boiler, built-in storage cupboard, fitted carpets, radiator. Doors to:

Bedroom One

Window to front aspect, textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Two

Window to rear aspect, textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Three

Window to front aspect, textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.

Bedroom Four

Window to rear aspect, textured ceiling, radiator, fitted carpets.


High-level window to front aspect, dual flush W.C., pedestal washbasin, panelled bath with shower screen and electric shower over, vinyl flooring, ceramic tiled walls, textured ceiling.


To the front of the property, the garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a sloping concrete driveway which leads to a turning area in front of the property and a covered parking area to the side. 

This in turn gives access to the Garage (2.64m x 5.53m) with up-and-over garage door, window to rear aspect, light and power.

To the rear of the property, a wooden deck area with pergola is accessible from the dining room and living room. The enclosed rear garden is predominantly paved with well-stocked mature decorative borders and ornamental hedging. 

A wooden side access gate leads to the front of the property and a timber shed provides additional garden storage.

Tenure: Freehold                  Council Tax Rating: D

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