A delightful village home.
We’re thrilled to present this wonderful three bedroom semi-detached house in the popular Norfolk Broads village of Brundall.
Originally constructed in the 1920s, the property has been extended and improved to provide spacious and flexible ground floor accommodation and three double bedrooms on the first floor – and is packed with delightful character features.
If you’re searching for a spacious family home which perfectly combines traditional character and charm with open plan modern living, this could be the perfect property for you.
Located towards the western edge of the popular Norfolk Broads village of Brundall, this delightful three-bedroom semi-detached home is perfectly positioned just a short walk from the many amenities that this popular village has to offer, and is under 10 minutes from one of two railway stations which can be found here.
Set back from the road behind mature trees and shrubs, this charming home was originally constructed in the 1920s and has been extended and improved with the addition of an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space on the ground floor, and a generous master suite with en-suite shower room on the first floor.
The property is approached via a sloping driveway, which provides off-road parking for three vehicles and which leads to a sheltered front door, providing access to the welcoming entrance hall with stripped wood flooring.
At the front of the property is a traditional sitting room with a feature bay window and open fireplace. A further sitting room can be found in the centre of the ground floor plan with open access to the spacious and bright kitchen and dining area which features French doors to the rear garden and which is a bright and airy space, thanks to a Velux roof light in the ceiling. This is a wonderful social space for cooking, eating and entertaining – or just for relaxing with a good book in front of the open fire.
Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom and a well-equipped utility room accessed from the entrance hall, where a wooden staircase leads to the first floor and its three double bedrooms.
The front bedroom benefits from another large bay window and is currently in use as a studio and home office, whilst to the rear of the property is a further double bedroom and master suite with an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Outside, the rear garden is terraced with a generous paved patio area directly to the rear of the house, accessed from the French doors in the dining area. Steps lead upwards to a lawned area, surrounded by well-stocked borders with herbs, fruit trees and flowers which are a riot of colour in the spring and summer, making this a wonderful space to relax and entertain outdoors in this sought-after Norfolk village.
Brundall lies approximately five miles to the East of Norwich on the river Yare, and benefits from a wide range of established and popular amenities. Public houses, medical centre, primary school, church, dentist, library and convenience stores can all be found in this thriving village, and waterside facilities include boatyards and marina, the Mid-Yare National Nature Reserve and RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, all within easy reach of the property.
Two railway stations provide excellent public transport links to Great Yarmouth and Norwich, with onward travel to London Liverpool Street in 90 minutes.
This, combined with plentiful bus routes and easy access to the A47, makes this well-located property a highly desirable residence.
Early viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the character of the accommodation on offer, and is exclusively available through Pendefords.
Inside the property
On the Ground Floor:
Wooden front door with obscure glazed window to side, smooth plastered ceiling, understairs storage cupboard, stripped wooden flooring, radiator. Stairs to first floor, doors to:
Front Living Room
3.67m x 4.28m into bay
Smooth plastered coved ceiling, timber framed bay window to front aspect, feature open fireplace with wooden mantel, tiled hearth and surround. Radiator, fitted carpets.
Rear Living Room
3.66m x 3.47m
Smooth plastered ceiling, feature chimney breast incorporating open fireplace with wooden mantel, tiled hearth and tiled surround, fitted shelving to sides, exposed wooden floor. Open plan to:
Kitchen / Dining Room
5.98m x 3.57m
Smooth plastered ceiling with Velux rooflight above dining area. UPVC double glazed window and French doors to rear aspect. Comprehensive range of fitted wall and base units with laminate worktop over incorporating 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, freestanding dual-fuel range cooker with 5-burner gas hob and peninsular breakfast bar. Space for dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer, vinyl floor tiles.
UPVC double glazed window and part-glazed exterior door to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, range of fitted wall and base units with laminate worktop over incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, wall-mounted gas boiler. Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, door to:
Obscure glazed timber window to side aspect, smooth plastered ceiling, dual flush W.C., washbasin, tiled floor.
On the first floor
First Floor Landing
Smooth plastered ceiling with loft access hatch. Timber framed window to side aspect, exposed wooden floorboards. Opening to storage alcove with window to front aspect, laminate flooring and radiator. Doors to:
3.34m x 6.29m max (3.53m min)
Smooth plastered ceiling, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, fitted carpets, door to:
En-suite Shower Room
Smooth plastered ceiling, obscure glazed UPVC window to side aspect, quadrant shower enclosure with mixer shower over, dual flush W.C., vanity washbasin, vinyl flooring, wall-mounted heated towel rail.
3.67m x 4.38m into bay
Smooth plastered ceiling with picture rail, bay window to front aspect, fitted carpets, radiator.
3.65m x 3.46m
Smooth plastered ceiling, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, fitted carpets.
Smooth plastered ceiling, timber framed double glazed window to side aspect, panelled bath with glass shower screen and electric shower over, pedestal washbasin, dual flush W.C., heated towel rail, vinyl flooring.
Outside the property
To the front of the property
The property is screened from the road by mature trees and shrubs, and a paved and gravel driveway provides off-road parking for three vehicles and leads to the front door.
To the rear of the property
The rear garden is terraced with a paved patio area directly to the rear of the property. Steps lead to a lawned area which is bordered by well-stocked beds incorporating a range of herbs, shrubs and young trees. To the side of the property is a further seating area with a timber shed with a close-board timber fence and personnel gate providing privacy and access to the front garden.
Council Tax Rating: 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.