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2 Bedrooms Semi Detached House for sale in 25 Mill Road, Great Ryburgh

2 Bedrooms Semi Detached House - £295,000

25 Mill Road, Great Ryburgh

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First listed on: 25th August 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

A superb renovated and extended 2 bedroom cottage with driveway parking, attractive gardens and stunning countryside views.

DESCRIPTION
25 Mill Road is a superb semi-detached period cottage standing in a picturesque valley setting with stunning countryside views to the front and views across ancient meadow land and the River Wensum to the rear. The cottage is located on a quiet country lane on the edge of the village of Great Ryburgh and has been renovated to a high standard with accommodation briefly comprising sitting room, good sized L-shaped kitchen/diner, utility/shower room with 2 double bedrooms and a luxury bathroom upstairs. Features abound including pine 4 panel doors, exposed brick fireplaces, semi vaulted ceilings and painted floorboards with the benefit of oil-fired central heating and UPVC double glazed windows.

Outside, there is driveway parking for 2 or 3 cars with a delightful cottage style rear garden backing onto meadow land with a summer house from which to enjoy the views. A further piece of land, detached from the garden but with a right of access, is also available by separate negotiation. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.

SITUATION
Great Ryburgh is an attractive rural village 4 miles to the south east of the market town of Fakenham. The village has a Post Office stores, traditional English village inn, The Boar, Parish Church with round tower dating back to Saxon times, butcher\'s shop, nursery and numerous village organisations. Bus services run from the village to the ever popular Stibbard primary school and Fakenham Academy.

The nearby town of Fakenham offers an excellent range of shopping facilities and schooling with a weekly market and auction on Thursdays with the North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty, some 14 miles to the north. The larger centres of King\'s Lynn and Norwich are also within easy driving distance.





ENTRANCE HALL
A timber door to the front of the property with storm porch over leads into the entrance hall with staircase to first floor landing, picture rail and radiator. UPVC window to the side and period 4 panel door leading into:

SITTING ROOM
3.62m x 4.09m (11\' 11\" x 13\' 5\")
Fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove on a pamment tiled hearth with timber panelling and fitted cupboards to both sides, picture rail, radiator and TV point. Understairs storage cupboard, UPVC window to the front and period 4 panel door leading into:

KITCHEN/DINER
3.66m x 5.11m (12\' x 16\' 9\")
A range of painted Shaker style base units with oak block worktops incorporating a white ceramic Belfast sink with contemporary chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, room for a dining table and chairs, ceramic tiled floor, radiator, exposed brick former fireplace with double doors behind which the oil-fired central heating boiler is hidden, airing cupboard housing a pressurised hot water tank. A low level cupboard to the side of the former fireplace with worktop and shelving serves as a desk space. Small original metal framed window and a larger UPVC window with obscured film to the side of the property and a wide opening leading into:

KITCHEN EXTENSION
3.02m x 2.19m (9\' 11\" x 7\' 2\")
Matching base and wall units, Smeg oven and Smeg ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor hood over. Oak block worktops with tiled splashbacks, ceramic tiled floor, radiator and recessed ceiling lights. 2 skylights and fully glazed French doors leading out to the rear garden.

UTILITY/SHOWER ROOM
2.80m x 2.10m (9\' 2\" x 6\' 11\")
Large shower cubicle with chrome mixer shower, wall mounted wash basin with illuminated mirror over, WC. Part timber panelled walls, double utility cupboard housing the washing machine and tumble dryer with beech block worktop over and shelf. Ceramic tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, recessed storage and traditional radiator with integral chrome towel rail. 2 skylights and UPVC window with obscured glass to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Picture rail, high level electric meter cupboard and UPVC window to the side.

BEDROOM 1
3.34m x 4.14m (10\' 11\" x 13\' 7\")
Exposed brick fireplace with a pamment tiled hearth, picture rail, radiator and built-in wardrobe cupboard. UPVC window to the front with countryside views.

BEDROOM 2
3.98m x 2.52m (13\' 1\" x 8\' 3\")
Built-in wardrobe cupboard, picture rail and radiator. UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM
3.03m x 2.48m (9\' 11\" x 8\' 2\")
Contemporary freestanding bath with pillar shower mixer tap, wall mounted wash basin and concealed cistern WC. Partly timber panelled walls, painted exposed floorboards, loft hatch, radiator, picture rail and chrome ladder style radiator. UPVC window with fitted shutters to the rear.

OUTSIDE
25 Mill Road is set back a little way off the road behind gravelled frontage bounded to the front by box hedging with gravelled parking to the front and side for 2 or 3 cars, sleeper bed and a hazel weaved fence to the side boundary.

Beyond the driveway to the side, there is space for the storage of refuse bins, a timber shed, outside tap, oil storage tank and a gate leading to the cottage style rear garden. The rear garden is a delight accessed through archways with a paved walkway, seating area, fenced side boundaries, gravelled and lawned areas and mature well stocked perimeter borders. To the rear of the garden, there is a gravelled section leading to a charming timber summer house with stunning views across the neighbouring countryside and river beyond.

A further piece of land, detached from the garden but with a right of access, is also available by separate negotiation. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band B.
A superb renovated and extended 2 bedroom cottage with driveway parking, attractive gardens and stunning countryside views.

DESCRIPTION
25 Mill Road is a superb semi-detached period cottage standing in a picturesque valley setting with stunning countryside views to the front and views across ancient meadow land and the River Wensum to the rear. The cottage is located on a quiet country lane on the edge of the village of Great Ryburgh and has been renovated to a high standard with accommodation briefly comprising sitting room, good sized L-shaped kitchen/diner, utility/shower room with 2 double bedrooms and a luxury bathroom upstairs. Features abound including pine 4 panel doors, exposed brick fireplaces, semi vaulted ceilings and painted floorboards with the benefit of oil-fired central heating and UPVC double glazed windows.

Outside, there is driveway parking for 2 or 3 cars with a delightful cottage style rear garden backing onto meadow land with a summer house from which to enjoy the views. A further piece of land, detached from the garden but with a right of access, is also available by separate negotiation. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.

SITUATION
Great Ryburgh is an attractive rural village 4 miles to the south east of the market town of Fakenham. The village has a Post Office stores, traditional English village inn, The Boar, Parish Church with round tower dating back to Saxon times, butcher\'s shop, nursery and numerous village organisations. Bus services run from the village to the ever popular Stibbard primary school and Fakenham Academy.

The nearby town of Fakenham offers an excellent range of shopping facilities and schooling with a weekly market and auction on Thursdays with the North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty, some 14 miles to the north. The larger centres of King\'s Lynn and Norwich are also within easy driving distance.





ENTRANCE HALL
A timber door to the front of the property with storm porch over leads into the entrance hall with staircase to first floor landing, picture rail and radiator. UPVC window to the side and period 4 panel door leading into:

SITTING ROOM
3.62m x 4.09m (11\' 11\" x 13\' 5\")
Fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove on a pamment tiled hearth with timber panelling and fitted cupboards to both sides, picture rail, radiator and TV point. Understairs storage cupboard, UPVC window to the front and period 4 panel door leading into:

KITCHEN/DINER
3.66m x 5.11m (12\' x 16\' 9\")
A range of painted Shaker style base units with oak block worktops incorporating a white ceramic Belfast sink with contemporary chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, room for a dining table and chairs, ceramic tiled floor, radiator, exposed brick former fireplace with double doors behind which the oil-fired central heating boiler is hidden, airing cupboard housing a pressurised hot water tank. A low level cupboard to the side of the former fireplace with worktop and shelving serves as a desk space. Small original metal framed window and a larger UPVC window with obscured film to the side of the property and a wide opening leading into:

KITCHEN EXTENSION
3.02m x 2.19m (9\' 11\" x 7\' 2\")
Matching base and wall units, Smeg oven and Smeg ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor hood over. Oak block worktops with tiled splashbacks, ceramic tiled floor, radiator and recessed ceiling lights. 2 skylights and fully glazed French doors leading out to the rear garden.

UTILITY/SHOWER ROOM
2.80m x 2.10m (9\' 2\" x 6\' 11\")
Large shower cubicle with chrome mixer shower, wall mounted wash basin with illuminated mirror over, WC. Part timber panelled walls, double utility cupboard housing the washing machine and tumble dryer with beech block worktop over and shelf. Ceramic tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, recessed storage and traditional radiator with integral chrome towel rail. 2 skylights and UPVC window with obscured glass to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Picture rail, high level electric meter cupboard and UPVC window to the side.

BEDROOM 1
3.34m x 4.14m (10\' 11\" x 13\' 7\")
Exposed brick fireplace with a pamment tiled hearth, picture rail, radiator and built-in wardrobe cupboard. UPVC window to the front with countryside views.

BEDROOM 2
3.98m x 2.52m (13\' 1\" x 8\' 3\")
Built-in wardrobe cupboard, picture rail and radiator. UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM
3.03m x 2.48m (9\' 11\" x 8\' 2\")
Contemporary freestanding bath with pillar shower mixer tap, wall mounted wash basin and concealed cistern WC. Partly timber panelled walls, painted exposed floorboards, loft hatch, radiator, picture rail and chrome ladder style radiator. UPVC window with fitted shutters to the rear.

OUTSIDE
25 Mill Road is set back a little way off the road behind gravelled frontage bounded to the front by box hedging with gravelled parking to the front and side for 2 or 3 cars, sleeper bed and a hazel weaved fence to the side boundary.

Beyond the driveway to the side, there is space for the storage of refuse bins, a timber shed, outside tap, oil storage tank and a gate leading to the cottage style rear garden. The rear garden is a delight accessed through archways with a paved walkway, seating area, fenced side boundaries, gravelled and lawned areas and mature well stocked perimeter borders. To the rear of the garden, there is a gravelled section leading to a charming timber summer house with stunning views across the neighbouring countryside and river beyond.

A further piece of land, detached from the garden but with a right of access, is also available by separate negotiation. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band E.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811.
Council Tax Band B.
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Disclaimer Property reference F4696156782C24_4490159. 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

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This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, FAKENHAM

3 MARKET PLACE

FAKENHAM

NORFOLK

NR21 9AS

Telephone: See phone number 01328855899

Arrange Viewing Arrange Viewing with Agent

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