Lakeland Close, Little Plumstead

Guide Price: £435,000

In Summary

Status: Completed
Postcode area: NR13

Property Type:

Detached House
6 Bedrooms
4 Reception Rooms
Double Garage
3 Bathrooms

KEY FEATURES

Open plan living - Conservatory - Solar panel installation - Woodland views

In Brief

A rarely available and carefully extended six bedroom detached home situated in a popular Broadland village to the East of Norwich. This property boasts fantastic flexible accommodation over three floors, with open-plan family living spaces and private reception rooms on the ground floor, six generous bedrooms, two shower rooms and a sizeable family bathroom making this the perfect home for a large or multi-generational family.

Insight

With its far-reaching woodland views, secluded position and peaceful outlook, you could be forgiven for thinking that this beautiful family home is located in an isolated part of Norfolk with very little around it. Yet this six-bedroom property lies at the edge of one of Broadland’s most popular villages – the thriving community of Little Plumstead. On the outskirts of the village, yet within close proximity of the school, the church and a proposed community-led store and café, this Georgian-style property offers impressive accommodation over three floors, with flexibility and family life at the heart of its design. 

On the ground floor, the combination of open-plan family living space and separate reception rooms provides an adaptable environment which lends itself equally well to the needs of a growing family, an established household, or, an extended family group as there is potential for a ground floor bedroom. The first floor offers four good-sized bedrooms and a separate study area, which also offers potential for use as an occasional bedroom, adding further flexibility to the layout. 

With two more bedrooms on the second floor, this extensive and inviting home has enough space for everyone, and yet retains the cosy family feel that many larger properties lack. Morning and evening routines can flow freely thanks to the two shower rooms and separate family bathroom, which help everyone to find the time and space that they need to get ready without feeling rushed, and mealtimes are a pleasure with the spacious kitchen / dining room and family room demonstrating all the benefits of open plan living. 

Properties such as this rarely come onto the market, and in our opinion this individual home, which is unique in the village, provides the ideal blend of spacious accommodation and rural living, with the convenience of village community life.

In Detail

Built in 2007 and extended in 2016, this traditional-style three-storey home is situated at the end of a private driveway in a secluded position, overlooking fields, woodland and a private lake. The property benefits from a detached double garage and off-road parking, and has an enclosed rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio area. The accommodation includes:

On the Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall: Window to front, stairs leading to first floor, coving, radiator, doors to;

Cloakroom: Obscure glazed window to front, ceramic tiled floor, pedestal wash hand basin, dual-flush WC, part-tiled walls, radiator.

Kitchen/Dining/Family Room: 7.16m x 3.64m narrowing to 2.89m (23’6” x 11’11” narrowing to 9’6”). Dual aspect with sash window to front aspect and casement window to rear, recessed ceiling lights, coving, range of built-in fitted units, built-in double oven, gas hob with extractor fan over, integrated dishwasher, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, archway through to;

Utility Room: 2.64m x 1.9m (8’8” x 6’3”) Recessed ceiling lights, fitted units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted cupboard housing gas-fired boiler, built-in understairs storage cupboard, radiator, door to rear garden.

Boot Room: 2.85m x 3.44m (9’4” x 11’3”) Window to rear, door to rear garden, coving.

Playroom/Guest Bedroom: 3.5m x 2.74m (11’6” x 9’)Sash window to front aspect, coving, radiator.

Lounge: 5.98m x 3.19m (19’7” x 11’3”) Double doors from entrance hall, sash window to front aspect, coving, feature fireplace and surround incorporating electric fire, two radiators, French doors leading to;

Conservatory: 5.6m x 3.19m (18’4” x 10’6”) Underfloor heating, French doors to rear garden.

On the First Floor:

First Floor Landing: Stairs to second floor, sash window to front aspect, coving, built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, shelved. Doors to;

Bedroom One: 3.45m x 4.2m (11’4” x 13’9”) Sash window to front aspect, coving, radiator, door to;

En-suite Shower Room: Window to rear aspect, ceramic tiled floor, part-tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin, dual flush WC, double shower cubicle with shower over.

Bedroom Two: 2.99m x 3.88m (9’10” x 8’8”)Sash window to front aspect, radiator.

Family Bathroom: Window to rear aspect, panelled whirlpool bath with mixer tap, dual-flush WC, vanity wash hand basin, ceramic tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, radiator.

Office/Further Bedroom: 2.78m x 1.95m (9’1” x 6’5”)Window to rear aspect, coving, radiator.

Bedroom Three: 3.43m max – 2.37m min x 2.89m (11’3” max – 7’9” min x 9’6”) Window to rear aspect, coving, radiator.

Bedroom Four: 3.45m x 2.73m (11’4” x 8’5”) Sash window to front, coving, radiator.

 

On the Second Floor:

Second Floor Landing: Access to loft space, doors to;

Shower Room: Velux rooflight widow to rear aspect, ceramic tiled floor, dual-flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, single shower cubicle, part-tiled walls, recessed ceiling lights, radiator.

Bedroom Five: 3.51m x 3.78m max (11’6” x 12’5”) Window to front aspect, radiator.

Dressing/Study Area: 3.84m x 2.02m (12’7” x 6.8”)Window to front aspect, archway through to;

Bedroom Six: 3.46m x 3.44m (11’4” x 11’3”) Velux rooflight window to rear aspect, two built-in under eaves storage cupboards, radiator.

 

Externally:

To the Front: The garden is laid to lawn, with established hedged boundaries affording privacy whilst maintaining views over field and woodland towards a private lake. A paved pathway leads to the the rear of the property.

To the Rear: The rear garden is laid to lawn, with a paved pathway and patio area, outside tap, close board fencing and rear gate leading to a shared driveway providing ample off-road parking and;

Double Garage: 5.29m x 5.08m (17’4” x 16’8”) Brick built with tiled roof, two up-and-over garage doors, lighting and power.

The property benefits from PVCu sealed unit double glazing throughout, with gas central heating and roof-mounted solar panels installed.

 

 

This large family home is favourably located within the Broadland village of Little Plumstead, and lies within walking distance of the village Primary School and Anglo-Saxon grade II* listed parish church. With woodland and countryside walks on the doorstep, this property also benefits from easy access to the A47 east of Norwich, and the A1270 Broadland Northway.

Approximately six miles from Norwich City Centre, and five miles from the thriving Norfolk Broads village of Wroxham, this versatile property embodies many of the characteristics of the ideal family home, with flexible living space, ample privacy and seclusion, and convenient access to amenities. Unique within the village, this wonderful family home is exclusively marketed by Sole Selling Agents Pendefords – The Individual Property Specialists.

Disclaimer: These particulars do not constitute part or all of an offer or contract. The measurements indicated are supplied for guidance only. Potential buyers are advised to recheck measurements before committing to any expense. We have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures or services and it is in the buyers interest to check the working condition of any appliances. A buyer should ensure that their legal representative confirms as soon as possible all matters relating to title including the extent and boundaries of the property and other important matters before exchange of contracts.

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