OIEO £288,500 Sold

Superb Grade II listed flint cottage oozing character built circa 1590. Situated in a conservation area within the sought after village of Castle Acre, with views of the green to the front and countryside to the rear, this very well presented, spacious two bedroom semi detached period cottage retains many original features.

The property offers: entrance porch, lounge with recessed inglenook, dining room with working brickwork fireplace, kitchen, spacious bathroom with four piece bathroom suite, two double bedrooms, hobby room with WC, single garage, delightful gardens to three sides and oil central heating.

Early viewing is highly recommended,

Swaffham 5 miles; King`s Lynn 20 miles
A large west Norfolk conservation village with pretty red brick and flint faced cottages, Castle Acre is set within rural landscape and boasts an historical past. The village retains the ruins of a Norman castle with earth works, the beautiful church of St James and the ruins of a Cluniac Priory. The main entrance into this attractive village is through Bailey Gate, a 13th Century flint gateway, under which pilgrims have passed for hundreds of years on their way to the shrine at Little Walsingham, a pilgrimage which still takes place today. There is a large village green surrounded by lime trees, cottages, traditional tea rooms, a public house serving meals and further along the road, a village store.

Entrance Porch
Entrance door to front, doors to lounge and dining room

Lounge - 14'3" (4.34m) x 12'6" (3.81m)
Exposed oak ceiling beams, feature inglenook opening with pamment tiles to hearth and inset oak beam over, window to front, radiator.

Dining Room - 14'2" (4.32m) x 11'8" (3.56m)
Open fireplace with brick surround and pamment tiles to hearth, exposed oak ceiling beams, window to front, radiator.

Kitchen - 13'0" (3.96m) x 9'0" (2.74m)
Fitted kitchen units to wall and floor, work surface over, one and a half bowl composite sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, integral fridge and freezer, integral washing machine and dishwasher, space for range style oven with extractor hood over, cupboard housing central heating boiler, pamment tiles to floor, entrance door to rear, window to rear.

Bathroom - 9'2" (2.79m) x 7'7" (2.31m)
Spacious bathroom with bathroom suite comprising of bath with wall mounted shower over, bidet, wash basin, WC, ceramic tiles to floor, window to rear.

Inner Hall
Currently used as small study area, stairs to first floor, window to rear.

First Floor Landing
Wooden boards to floor, radiator, window to rear with far reaching views.

Bedroom One - 16'1" (4.9m) x 14'5" (4.39m)
Exposed oak ceiling beams, wooden boards to floor, windows to front and rear.

Bedroom Two - 11'5" (3.48m) Max x 10'8" (3.25m) Max
Exposed oak ceiling beams, wooden boards to floor, access to loft, window to front, radiator.

WC/Hobby Room - 20'11" (6.38m) x 8'4" (2.54m)
Exposed oak ceiling beams, WC, sliding doors to eaves storage, radiator.

Single Garage
Up and over main door to front, electric light and power, access door to rear.

Delightful well maintained gardens, laid to lawn, variety of shrubs, plants and flowers to beds and borders, views of the green to the front. Gated access to the rear area which is laid to shingle with splendid views of open countryside.

Please note: We have been advised there is a right of way to the neighbouring property. The right of way is at the rear shingled area of the property.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Property Features

  • Grade II Listed Flint Cottage
  • Oozing Character
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Very Well Presented
  • Spacious
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Garage & Gardens
  • Hobby Room with WC

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