4 Upper King Street
4 Upper King Street
Billingford House is an attractive detached three-storey period house which would make a comfortable family home. The house incorporates a large number of period features, including sash shuttered windows, original fireplaces and ceiling roses to name but a few.
The accommodation, of which the majority is south west facing, is well proportioned and offers light, airy and spacious rooms throughout, all of which benefit from full ceiling heights. The principle reception rooms all benefit from original fireplaces and one has a bay window. The kitchen benefits from an oil-fired Aga built into a recess.
This property has 2.42 acres of land.
The house benefits from two separate private drives, one from the A140 and the other from the A143, which lead to a turning circle at the front of the house. There is ample space for multiple cars at the property, as well as a detached secure double garage.
Double Garage Detached double garage with separate up and over doors.
Coach House A brick and tile building with a stable and storage below, with a first floor.
Secure Store Low level brick and tiled store.
Billingford House is located in the attractive rural village of Billingford in an elevated position with close access to the A140. Billingford House is set in extensive grounds and is accessed via a sweeping drive to the east which leads to a turning circle to the front. There is a secondary access to the west via a private tarmac drive. The boundaries comprise mature trees and there is a partially fenced paddock to the north. The village of Billingford is located around 1 mile from the A140 and 4 miles from Diss and the train station. Diss benefits from a mainline railway connection to London (Liverpool Street Station) taking 1 hour 30 minutes, which runs twice an hour. The city of Norwich is around 24 miles to the north, which benefits from an international airport.
From the A140, take the A143 east towards Harleston at the Scole roundabout. Continue on the A143 for approximately 1 mile before turning left around 100 yards past the The Horseshoes Public House up a private drive signed Billingford Church. On reaching the church, follow the drive to the left and Billingford House is in front of you.
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Charges: After an offer is accepted by the Landlord, which is subject to contract and acceptable references, the following non-refundable charges and fees will be payable before the commencement of the tenancy: Preparation of tenancy Agreement: £222 (inc VAT) References per Tenant £54 (inc VAT) and per guarantor. A deposit, usually between 6-10 weeks of the agreed rent. Any rent advertised is pure rent and does not include any additional services such as council tax, water or utility charges. Please ask the local office for a full illustration of tenant charges or visit struttandparker.com/tenantcharges
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