A substantial Arts & Crafts family house in need of modernising
The Homestead is a detached Arts & Crafts style house in need of modernisation situated in a highly sought after south Norfolk village. The property comprises 4-bedrooms and offers a unique opportunity to create a wonderful and substantial family home. The property was built in the 1930s of timber and brick construction under a tiled roof and sits centrally within its grounds with delightful views over the formal and informal gardens.
The existing owners have retained many period features from the Arts & Crafts movement including exposed beams, timber panelling and timber flooring.
To the north east of the Homestead is Church Farm Bungalow which is a detached self-contained one-bedroom annexe with private garden.
Planning Permission The existing owners have obtained planning permission on the paddock land to the left of the driveway.
South Norfolk Council Web Link: https://info.south-norfolk.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage (Reference Number: 2019/1958)
The property is accessed via two separate shingle driveways with parking for several vehicles, single garage to the front of the house and further garaging adjacent to the annexe. The gardens extend to 1.55 acres and are predominantly laid to lawn with shrub and hedge borders. Of particular note are the sunken Victorian and formal gardens. To the North of the property is a paddock with planning permission for three two bedroom dwellings.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with shrub and hedge borders. Of particular note are the formal gardens with sunken Victorian garden. To the front of the property is a single garage, there are also further garaging and outbuildings next the house and the annexe.
To the left of the driveway is a paddock area with planning permission for three dwellings - https://info.south-norfolk.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage
The Homestead is situated in the popular village of Bramerton, about 6 miles to the south-east of the centre of Norwich. The property is well located for access to the broads and the southern bypass, which combined with the new Northern Distributor Route, provides good access to the majority of the county.
The cathedral city of Norwich (6 miles to the North-west) has a vibrant business community and is the regional centre for shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. There is a mainline railway station to London Liverpool Street and an expanding airport to the north of the city.
From Norwich head south on the A146, turning immediately left after the southern bypass signposted Bramerton 3 miles. This is Kirby Road, continue around a sharp right hand bend onto the Street, continue past the church and the Homestead can be found a short distance on the left hand side.Read all
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