An attractive south-facing period house believed to date from the 16th & 17th Century

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St Clements is an attractive south-facing Grade II Listed period house believed to date from the 16th and 17th Century with some Georgian additions and a later 1960's extension which has been sympathetically carried out. The house provides beautifully presented accommodation throughout and the reception rooms are laid out extremely well with the superb kitchen/breakfast room at the heart of the house which has an oil-fired Aga, exposed beams, tiled floor and modern units.

To the west of the kitchen is the dining room and a second sitting room/family room which is in the oldest part of the house. On the eastern end is a delightful drawing room with plenty of light and a good ceiling height which is accessed via double doors off the reception hall which has views over the garden and a full height vaulted ceiling. In addition there is a generous utility room with its own separate access to the rear garden and parking area.

Upstairs there are charming views from the master bedroom which is separate from the other bedrooms and has a good en suite bathroom.

The period features, especially in the older part of the house, are superb with some delightful fireplaces, exposed beams, original floorboards and mullion windows.

To the west of the house is the recently completed detached annexe which is finished to a high specification with wooden floors throughout, under-floor heating and a wet room. The kitchen/sitting room has a vaulted ceiling and could be used for a variety of different purposes.

St Clements is approached over a shared gravelled driveway ending in a parking and turning area at the rear of the house. The gardens are principally to the south and east and are laid to lawn interspersed with some superb roses, shrubs, well kept hedges and to the east some mature broadleaf trees including a fantastic cherry tree.

To the south of the house is an ornamental lined pond and a gravelled path leading to the lane. On the eastern side there is a vegetable garden and two ornamental footbridges crossing a small breck.

This property has 1 acres of land.

Situation

St Clements is on the outskirts of Rushall which is situated in attractive countryside in the Waveney Valley on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. St Clements is situated off a quiet country lane which is infrequently used. The market town of Harleston (3½ miles) has an excellent range of shops, leisure facilities and schools. Diss (6 miles) also has a wide range of shops and sporting facilities together with the mainline rail station providing a commuter service to Norwich and London Liverpool Street (approximately 90 minutes). The A140 is nearby linking to the A12 and A14.

Directions

Travelling south from Norwich on the A140 turn left into Dickleburgh. In the centre of the village turn left into Harvey Lane, signposted to Langmere. After about 1½ miles, after proceeding over a crossroad, St Clements will be found on the left-hand side.

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Other features

  • Drawing room, Family room, Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility
  • Landing/Study area
  • 4 bedrooms (1 en suite), Family bathroom
  • Detached annexe finished to a high specification
  • Mature gardens and grounds
  • About 1.25 acres.

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Ref: NOR110076

Langmere Road, Rushall Diss Norfolk IP21

Guide Price
£765,000

Ref: NOR110076

Langmere Road, Rushall Diss Norfolk IP21

Guide Price
£765,000