Pendefords are delighted to present this four/five bedroom family home in a popular village location to the East of Norwich.
This chalet bungalow in the Broadland village of Little Plumstead offers spacious and flexible accommodation over two floors, with generously-proportioned reception rooms giving a feeling of light and space throughout.
With an established residential setting to the front of the property, and expansive field views to the rear, this delightful home has been carefully decorated throughout and is presented to a very high standard, with stripped wood floors and doors, a welcoming open fireplace in the lounge, and shaker-style fitted kitchen at the heart of this family home.
The accommodation includes:
On the Ground Floor:
– Dining room
– Kitchen/breakfast room
– Playroom/bedroom five
– Ground floor bathroom
On the First Floor:
– Four bedrooms
– Shower room
– Loft space
– Additional eaves storage
This charming home is favourably located within the village, and lies within close proximity of the popular public house, hair salon, village hall and play area, and is approximately 1.2 miles from the village Primary School and Anglo-Saxon grade II* listed parish church. In the heart of the Broadland countryside, 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, five miles from the thriving Norfolk Broads village of Wroxham, and roughly 30 minutes from the Norfolk coast, this versatile property embodies many of the characteristics of the ideal family home, with flexible living space, ample privacy and seclusion, and enviable countryside views.
This wonderful family home is sure to prove popular, and is exclusively marketed by Sole Selling Agents Pendefords – The Individual Property Specialists.
Nestling behind flowering trees and a picket fence in an established village location, the exterior of this delightful chalet bungalow barely hints at the wealth of spacious accommodation to be found within.
A shingled in-and out driveway offers convenient parking for up to three cars, and the neatly maintained borders provide a pleasant outlook to the front of the property, with large windows maximising the feeling of light and space.
Inside, the high ceilings on the ground floor enhance this feeling further, and the generously-proportioned reception rooms provide ample space for family life.
What really sets this family home apart though, are the expansive views to the rear of the property over extensive fields and woodland, bringing the countryside right up to the back door with low-level boundary fencing to the rear, and subtle planting in the back garden which frames and enhances the rural vista.
With the shaker-style kitchen/breakfast room and the open-plan dining room both facing the rear of the property, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the countryside on your doorstep as you cook, eat, or relax – either inside, or on the deck and patio areas which adjoin the rear of the bungalow.
This is very much a family home, and with four generous bedrooms on the first floor and a ground floor playroom with the potential to be used as a fifth bedroom or a family room, the configuration options are wide-ranging and diverse, with a ground floor bathroom and a first floor shower room providing further flexibility.
Presented in immaculate order throughout, properties such as this rarely come onto the market. In our opinion this individual home offers the very best combination of well-packaged and spacious accommodation and rural living, with the convenience of village community life.
This delightful family home offers spacious and welcoming accommodation in an established village setting, with field views to the rear. The accommodation comprises:
On the ground floor:
Entrance Hall: Smooth plastered ceiling, stripped wood floor, window to front aspect, stairs to first floor, understairs storage cupboard, radiator, doors to:
Lounge: 7.31m x 3.32m (24’ x 10’11”) Coved textured ceiling, window to front aspect, open fireplace onto tiled hearth with wooden mantel and surround, carpet, dado rail, step down to:
Dining Room: 3.91m x 2.97m (12’10” x 9’9”) Dual aspect room with window to rear and French doors to side, coved textured ceiling, stripped wood floor, radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 5.39m max x 5.23m max (17’8” max x 17’2”max) Dual aspect room with windows to side and rear. Smooth plastered ceiling, comprehensive range of built-in fitted units, built-in display unit, freestanding range cooker with stainless steel extractor over, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, two radiators.
Bedroom 5/Playroom: 3.33m x 2.82m (10’11” x 9’3”) Smooth plastered coved ceiling, window to front aspect, carpet, radiator.
Family Bathroom: Smooth plastered ceiling, obscure glazed window to side aspect, vinyl flooring, shower cubicle with electric shower over, panelled bath, pedestal washbasin, WC, radiator.
On the first floor:
Landing: Textured ceiling with access to loft, built-in shelved airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, two radiators, carpet.
Bedroom One: 4.71m max x 4.22m max (15’5” max x 13’10” max) Dormer window to front aspect, smooth plastered ceiling with loft access, two eaves storage cupboards (one housing gas central heating boiler), two radiators, carpet.
Bedroom Two: 4.95m max x 2.90m max (16’3” max x 9’6” max) Textured ceiling with Velux window, dormer window to rear aspect, radiator, carpet, eaves storage cupboard.
Bedroom Three: 4.70m max x 3.17m max (15’5” max x 10’5” max). Dormer window to front aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet, two eaves storage cupboards.
Bedroom Four: 3.12m max x 2.85m max (10’3” max x 9’4” max). Dormer window to rear aspect, textured ceiling, radiator, eaves storage cupboard.
Shower Room: Textured ceiling with Velux window, washbasin, WC, shower tray with electric shower over, extractor fan, vinyl flooring.
To the front:
The property is approached via a predominantly shingled in-and-out driveway, which provides ample parking for three vehicles and which is bordered by established planting and mature trees and shrubs . A wooden picket fence and two 5-bar gates enclose the front garden, and a pedestrian access gate to the side of the property leads to a paved bin storage area and the rear garden. To the other side of the property can be found the:
Garage: 5.58m x 2.51m (18’4” x 8’2”) Up-and-over garage door to front, window and personnel door to rear, light and power.
To the rear:
The secluded rear garden benefits from far-reaching views over adjacent fields and woodland, and is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature shrubs and low-level planting. A raised deck area to the rear of the property provides steps down to a further patio area, and the garden contains a greenhouse and timber shed. Close board fenced boundaries to either side of the garden give privacy, whilst low-level picket fencing to the rear maximises the benefits of the open spaces beyond.
In addition: The property benefits from PVCu double glazing and gas central hearing throughout
Council Tax Band: D
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.