A well-maintained and beautifully presented four bedroom detached house situated in a popular Broadland village to the East of Norwich.
This detached L-shaped property boasts flexible accommodation over two floors, with three reception rooms accommodating a multitude of uses on the ground floor and four generous bedrooms on the first floor.
Two en-suite shower rooms and a separate family bathroom ensure privacy and convenience for all, and the enclosed rear garden provides outdoor entertainment space for this versatile family home.
Built in 2006 and situated in on a corner plot at the entrance to a quiet cul-de-sac in an established residential area, this spacious and well-presented property has been owned by the current occupants from new, and presents the ideal opportunity for its next owners to acquire a wonderful home in a thriving community.
Occupying an enviable position on a corner plot within a quiet cul-de-sac location in the Broadland village of Little Plumstead, this contemporary four-bedroom detached family home offers spacious accommodation and considerable versatility.
The ground floor effortlessly combines spaces for living, working and relaxation, with a generous kitchen/breakfast room which is currently used as the principal dining area, a comfortable lounge, a dining/family room and a separate study.
On the first floor, bedroom one and bedroom two each benefit from their own en-suite shower rooms, and two further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.
The L-shaped plan of this home encloses a private and secluded garden, and gives rise to a number of dual aspect rooms which enhance the light and airy feeling of this welcoming property.
Built in 2006, the property is one of the larger homes within an established residential development in the Broadland village of Little Plumstead. Once the grounds of a Victorian hospital, the newer part of the village offers modern housing and amenities yet retains easy access to countryside walks and woodland. With open meadowland, dedicated childrens play areas and a private lake within a short distance, this home offers comfort and convenience in a semi-rural setting.
In our experience, this style of home proves immensely popular with buyers from all walks of life and at all stages in their property journey. There is something for everyone in this home, with rooms that can successfully multi-task, space for families to grow, and privacy and calm for those seeking a quiet life in the beautiful Norfolk countryside whilst living within convenient commuting distance of the City of Norwich and the bustling port town of Great Yarmouth.
This well-presented four bedroom family home offers spacious accommodation in one of Broadland’s most popular villages, and benefits from gas-fired central heating and PVCu sealed unit double glazing throughout.
On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Hall: Window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, Amtico vinyl flooring, radiator, stairs to first floor with understairs storage cupboard, doors to:
Cloakroom: Smooth plastered ceiling, Amtico vinyl flooring, dual flush W.C., pedestal washbasin, radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: L-shaped room, 4.75m max x 4.51m max. Dual aspect room with windows to front and rear aspects. Smooth plastered ceiling, Karndean vinyl flooring, comprehensive range of fitted units incorporating induction hob with extractor over, integrated single oven, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, cupboard housing newly-installed (April 2020) Worcester gas central heating boiler, feature wall mounted radiator.
Dining Room / Family Room: 3.04m x 4.50m. Dual aspect room with windows to front and side aspects. Smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet.
Study: 2.80m x 2.19m. Window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet.
Lounge: 3.85m x 4.36m. Dual aspect room with window to side and French doors to rear garden, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet.
On the first floor:
First floor landing: Smooth plastered ceiling with loft access hatch, windows to side and rear aspects, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, radiator, carpet. Doors to:
Bedroom One: 3.13m x 4.52m. Dual aspect room with windows to front and side aspects, smooth plastered ceiling, carpet, radiator, door to:
En-suite Shower Room: Obscure glazed window to front aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, shower cubicle with mixer shower over, pedestal washbasin with mixer tap, dual flush W.C., radiator, extractor fan, carpet.
Bedroom Two: 3.85m x 4.36m max. Dual aspect room with opposing dormer windows to both side aspects, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet, door to:
En-suite Shower Room: Smooth plastered ceiling, double shower cubicle with mixer shower over, pedestal washbasin with mixer tap, dual flush W.C., radiator, extractor fan, carpet.
Bathroom: Obscure glazed dormer window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, dual flush W.C. pedestal washbasin with mixer tap, panelled bath, radiator, extractor fan, vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Three: 4.69m x 3.55m max. wo windows to front aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet.
Bedroom Four: 3.63m x 2.08m. Window to rear aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, radiator, carpet.
To the front of the property: The front and side gardens are predominantly laid to lawn, screened at the side by mature hedging and with two mature trees. A double garage measuring 6.11m x 5m is accessed from the roadway, with twin powered garage doors, light, power and plumbing for a washing machine, and pedestrian access gate to the rear.
To the rear of the property: The South-facing rear garden is enclosed by close board wooden fencing with pedestrian access gates to the side and garage, and is predominantly laid to lawn, with a paved patio area accessible from the kitchen and lounge.
Council Tax Rating: E
This delightful family home is favourably located within the Broadland village of Little Plumstead, and lies within walking distance of the village Primary School, Anglo-Saxon grade II* listed parish church, and a community store and cafe due to open late 2020. 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 property embodies many of the characteristics of the ideal family home, with flexible living space, ample privacy and seclusion, and convenient access to amenities.
Demand is likely to be high for this spacious and modern home, which is exclusively marketed by Sole Selling Agents Pendefords – The Individual Property Specialists. Early viewing is highly recommended.
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.