A well-presented former vicarage with converted coach house in 3 acres within the Norfolk Broads.
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The Old Vicarage is an excellently presented Victorian vicarage of excellent proportions with converted coach house and 3.23 acres of grounds situated in a peaceful and elevated countryside setting within the Norfolk Broads National Park. Constructed of red brick elevations under a slate roof, with bays to the north and west, the property enjoys many period features such as high ceilings, wooden sash windows, and original mosaic tile flooring in the open and welcoming entrance hall. Inside, the property is presented in excellent condition with well-proportioned rooms, notably the drawing room and sitting room with wood burning stove and both enjoying French doors out to the south facing gardens. The study combines as a lovely snug with wood burning stove and bay window looking down the long driveway. The dining room is conveniently located next to the kitchen which is spacious with room for breakfast table and leads through to a bright conservatory from which to observe the gardens and neighbouring countryside fields. A grand stair case leads upstairs through an open stairwell and landing to the principal bedroom with bay window overlooking the gardens to the south and west, and a modern en suite bathroom with separate shower unit. There are two further large double bedrooms, both with en suite shower rooms, two further double bedrooms, a box room and family bathroom. A rear staircase leads back down to the hallway and further to the lower ground floor gym.
The Coach House is an attractive and extended three bedroom annexe consisting of large kitchen, sitting room, bedroom with en suite shower room, two smaller bedrooms and a separate shower room. Adjacent to The Coach House is a summer house used as a home office.
This property has 3.23 acres of land.
Outside, the property is approached down a long tree lined driveway to a large gravelled area for parking numerous vehicles with a range of outbuildings providing two workshops, double garage and garden store room. The gardens which are mostly laid to lawn run from the east of the driveway where there is a large pond and runs south around The Coach House and The Old Vicarage and around to the west of the property. There is a mixed splattering of broadleaf and coniferous trees as well as some mature plant and flower beds throughout the grounds and the boundaries are delineated by a mixture of post and rail fencing and mature hedge borders.
The Old Vicarage is located on a rural road close to the Norfolk Broad villages of Barton Turf and Neatishead, a few miles north of Wroxham. Wroxham is renowned as the heart of the Norfolk Broads and has a broad range of amenities including sailing and boating, along with a good range of shopping and banking facilities. Wroxham also has its own railway station with regular trains to Norwich, with connecting trains onwards to London Liverpool Street and in the other direction via the Bittern line to the North Norfolk Coast. The Norfolk Broads are easily accessible and provide 125 miles of waterways set in delightful countryside. The Cathedral City of Norwich, the regional centre is 9 miles to the south west and offers a comprehensive range of commercial entertainment, cultural amenities and excellent schooling. Norwich has a main railway station providing regular service to London and Cambridge. On the North side of the City is Norwich international Airport which caters for both domestic and international flight destinations.
Leave Norwich via Wroxham and over the bridge into Hoveton. Continue out of Hoveton towards Stalham and after 1.8 miles take a right turn at the Church of Beeston St Lawrence onto Barton Road. At the T junction take a right and then immediate left onto Church Road and the driveway to The Old Vicarage can be found after 0.2 miles on the right hand side, immediately after passing St Michael and All Angels Church.Read all
- Period Property
- Former Vicarage
- Converted 3 bed Coach House
- Norfolk Broads
- 3.23 acres
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