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4 Bedrooms Detached House for sale in The Old Star, Fulmodeston

4 Bedrooms Detached House - £390,000

The Old Star, Fulmodeston

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First listed on: 03rd July 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

Formerly the village pub, a superb period house with flexible 3/4 bedroom family sized accommodation, garage and attractive 0.17 acre gardens (sts). No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
The Old Star, as its name might suggest, was formerly the village pub in Fulmodeston for some 120 years until its closure in 1965. Today, the property offers an exciting opportunity to purchase a period property with bags of character in this popular village having undergone in more recent years a thorough conversion into a large family home and a programme of renovation and improvements by the current owners.
There is flexible and well laid out accommodation briefly comprising a spacious entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility/WC, dining room, high ceilinged sitting room, ground floor bedroom 4/study with 3 further bedrooms, 1 with en suite, and a family bathroom upstairs.
Traditional features abound including pamment tiled floors, wonderful period brick fireplaces, latch doors together with more modern conveniences such as oil-fired central heating, a versatile kitchen/breakfast room, well appointment bathrooms and UPVC double glazed windows and doors.
The property stands in delightful gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 0.17 acre (subject to survey) comprising a lawned south facing front garden, low maintenance kitchen style gardens to the rear with driveway parking and an integral garage.
All of this combines to make The Old Star a superb choice for a family looking for a characterful home with plenty of living space in a village location close to the amenities on offer at the nearby market towns. The property is being sold with no onward chain.

SITUATION
Fulmodeston is a small village in the heart of rural Norfolk, conveniently located only 1.5 miles from the road linking the market town of Fakenham (6 miles) to the west, and Holt to the east (7 miles) – putting the coast and all main facilities within easy access. Close by is the village of Stibbard, with its popular school, and about 25 miles to the east is the Cathedral City of Norwich with mainline links to London Liverpool Street.

ENTRANCE HALL
Entrance door with small window leads into the entrance hall with an impressive exposed brick fireplace with bressumer beam and brick hearth, built-in storage cupboard to one side with fitted shelves above. Further built-in double storage cupboard, exposed ceiling beams, staircase to first floor landing, feature exposed brick wall, wall lights, telephone point, pamment tiled floor and radiator. Latch doors to the principal ground floor rooms.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
Light and airy room with a half vaulted ceiling, double aspect windows to the rear and side and a partly glazed stable door leading out to the garden. Range of painted base units with laminate and beech block worktops incorporating a butler sink with mixer tap, matching upstands and room for a breakfast table and chairs. Integrated oven with ceramic hob, space for a fridge freezer, ceramic tiled floor, exposed brick wall, radiator and understairs storage cupboard.

INNER LOBBY
Base units with laminate worktops, oil-fired central heating boiler, door to dining room and door leading into:

WALK-IN PANTRY
Fitted shelves, brick floor and window to the rear.

DINING ROOM
Exposed brick fireplace with brick hearth, radiator, exposed ceiling beam, pamment tiled floor and window overlooking the front garden.

UTILITY/WC
Spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, vinyl flooring, WC with concealed cistern and vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin.

SITTING ROOM
Good sized double aspect room with a high ceiling, window to the rear and UPVC French doors leading out to the front garden. Exposed brick fireplace with bressumer beam and brick hearth, 2 radiators, flagstone flooring, wall panelling to dado height, wall lights and TV point. Latch door leading into:

STUDY/GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM 4
Versatile room currently used as a study but also suitable as a ground floor bedroom 4. Laminate worktop running the full width of the room with fitted drawer units under, parquet flooring, radiator, telephone point, loft hatch with ladder and window to the side.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, further storage cupboard, loft hatch and radiator.

MASTER BEDROOM
Fitted triple wardrobe cupboards with storage over, period cast iron fireplace with painted surround, painted floorboards, radiator, telephone point, loft hatch, window overlooking the front garden and door leading into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower, vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin, WC, tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, radiator, extractor, loft hatch and window to the side.

BEDROOM 2
Fitted double wardrobe cupboards and shelves, painted floorboards, radiator, loft hatch and eaves access, painted beams, exposed brick wall and double aspect windows to the front and side.

BEDROOM 3
Fitted double wardrobe cupboard and drawers, radiator and window overlooking the front garden.

BATHROOM
Traditional style suite comprising a bath with shower and curtain over, pedestal wash basin and \'The Original Burlington\' high level WC with mahogany seat. Wall panelling to dado height, vinyl flooring, radiator, painted ceiling beams and window to the rear.

OUTSIDE
The Old Star is approached over a brick weave driveway providing parking for 3 vehicles and leading to the garage. A picket fence and gate to the side opens onto a brick and paved pathway leading to the front garden and the entrance door with storm porch over. The south facing front garden is mainly lawned with mature shrub and tree borders.
The pathway continues round to the side of the property where a trellis archway leads to the kitchen style rear garden which is mainly gravelled for ease of maintenance. Raised vegetable beds, soft fruit cage, composting area, log store and, a particular feature of this garden, a high walled paved terrace with room for a table and chairs and BBQ etc, shaded by a climber covered arbour. There is also an attractive traditional style timber greenhouse plus a timber shed with pantiled roof, brick built shed which houses the oil tank and a further brick built potting shed.
In all, the gardens and grounds amount to approximately 0.17 acre (subject to survey).

GARAGE
Timber double doors to the front, power and light, water tap, solar meter reading panel, fitted shelves and window to the side.

SERVICES
Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity and photovoltaic cells on the roof. Oil-fired central heating.
EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band D.
Formerly the village pub, a superb period house with flexible 3/4 bedroom family sized accommodation, garage and attractive 0.17 acre gardens (sts). No onward chain.

DESCRIPTION
The Old Star, as its name might suggest, was formerly the village pub in Fulmodeston for some 120 years until its closure in 1965. Today, the property offers an exciting opportunity to purchase a period property with bags of character in this popular village having undergone in more recent years a thorough conversion into a large family home and a programme of renovation and improvements by the current owners.
There is flexible and well laid out accommodation briefly comprising a spacious entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility/WC, dining room, high ceilinged sitting room, ground floor bedroom 4/study with 3 further bedrooms, 1 with en suite, and a family bathroom upstairs.
Traditional features abound including pamment tiled floors, wonderful period brick fireplaces, latch doors together with more modern conveniences such as oil-fired central heating, a versatile kitchen/breakfast room, well appointment bathrooms and UPVC double glazed windows and doors.
The property stands in delightful gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 0.17 acre (subject to survey) comprising a lawned south facing front garden, low maintenance kitchen style gardens to the rear with driveway parking and an integral garage.
All of this combines to make The Old Star a superb choice for a family looking for a characterful home with plenty of living space in a village location close to the amenities on offer at the nearby market towns. The property is being sold with no onward chain.

SITUATION
Fulmodeston is a small village in the heart of rural Norfolk, conveniently located only 1.5 miles from the road linking the market town of Fakenham (6 miles) to the west, and Holt to the east (7 miles) – putting the coast and all main facilities within easy access. Close by is the village of Stibbard, with its popular school, and about 25 miles to the east is the Cathedral City of Norwich with mainline links to London Liverpool Street.

ENTRANCE HALL
Entrance door with small window leads into the entrance hall with an impressive exposed brick fireplace with bressumer beam and brick hearth, built-in storage cupboard to one side with fitted shelves above. Further built-in double storage cupboard, exposed ceiling beams, staircase to first floor landing, feature exposed brick wall, wall lights, telephone point, pamment tiled floor and radiator. Latch doors to the principal ground floor rooms.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
Light and airy room with a half vaulted ceiling, double aspect windows to the rear and side and a partly glazed stable door leading out to the garden. Range of painted base units with laminate and beech block worktops incorporating a butler sink with mixer tap, matching upstands and room for a breakfast table and chairs. Integrated oven with ceramic hob, space for a fridge freezer, ceramic tiled floor, exposed brick wall, radiator and understairs storage cupboard.

INNER LOBBY
Base units with laminate worktops, oil-fired central heating boiler, door to dining room and door leading into:

WALK-IN PANTRY
Fitted shelves, brick floor and window to the rear.

DINING ROOM
Exposed brick fireplace with brick hearth, radiator, exposed ceiling beam, pamment tiled floor and window overlooking the front garden.

UTILITY/WC
Spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, vinyl flooring, WC with concealed cistern and vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin.

SITTING ROOM
Good sized double aspect room with a high ceiling, window to the rear and UPVC French doors leading out to the front garden. Exposed brick fireplace with bressumer beam and brick hearth, 2 radiators, flagstone flooring, wall panelling to dado height, wall lights and TV point. Latch door leading into:

STUDY/GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM 4
Versatile room currently used as a study but also suitable as a ground floor bedroom 4. Laminate worktop running the full width of the room with fitted drawer units under, parquet flooring, radiator, telephone point, loft hatch with ladder and window to the side.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, further storage cupboard, loft hatch and radiator.

MASTER BEDROOM
Fitted triple wardrobe cupboards with storage over, period cast iron fireplace with painted surround, painted floorboards, radiator, telephone point, loft hatch, window overlooking the front garden and door leading into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower, vanity cupboard incorporating a wash basin, WC, tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, radiator, extractor, loft hatch and window to the side.

BEDROOM 2
Fitted double wardrobe cupboards and shelves, painted floorboards, radiator, loft hatch and eaves access, painted beams, exposed brick wall and double aspect windows to the front and side.

BEDROOM 3
Fitted double wardrobe cupboard and drawers, radiator and window overlooking the front garden.

BATHROOM
Traditional style suite comprising a bath with shower and curtain over, pedestal wash basin and \'The Original Burlington\' high level WC with mahogany seat. Wall panelling to dado height, vinyl flooring, radiator, painted ceiling beams and window to the rear.

OUTSIDE
The Old Star is approached over a brick weave driveway providing parking for 3 vehicles and leading to the garage. A picket fence and gate to the side opens onto a brick and paved pathway leading to the front garden and the entrance door with storm porch over. The south facing front garden is mainly lawned with mature shrub and tree borders.
The pathway continues round to the side of the property where a trellis archway leads to the kitchen style rear garden which is mainly gravelled for ease of maintenance. Raised vegetable beds, soft fruit cage, composting area, log store and, a particular feature of this garden, a high walled paved terrace with room for a table and chairs and BBQ etc, shaded by a climber covered arbour. There is also an attractive traditional style timber greenhouse plus a timber shed with pantiled roof, brick built shed which houses the oil tank and a further brick built potting shed.
In all, the gardens and grounds amount to approximately 0.17 acre (subject to survey).

GARAGE
Timber double doors to the front, power and light, water tap, solar meter reading panel, fitted shelves and window to the side.

SERVICES
Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity and photovoltaic cells on the roof. Oil-fired central heating.
EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band D.
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Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_4421035. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_4421035. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

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