The Street, Hempnall, Norwich

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £450,000


  • Detached Double Fronted Georgian Home
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Ensuite to Main Bedroom
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Family Kitchen Dining room
  • Utility & Ground Floor W/C
  • Full Height Cellar
  • Conservatory Opening to Walled Courtyard
  • Generous South Facing Garden
  • Double Garage & Off Road Parking

A charming Georgian double fronted, detached family home situated in a prominent location within the desirable village of Hempnall. The property has undergone a sympathetic renovation by the current owners over the last decade providing all of the conveniences of modern living coupled with many of the original features from the early 1800's. The property boasts superb ground floor accommodation centred around family living and entertaining with two reception rooms, family kitchen dining room and a most attractive conservatory as well as utility and ground floor cloakroom. On the lower level we find a full height cellar whilst the first floor offers a family bathroom, three double bedrooms and an en-suite to the master. The rear walled courtyard garden enjoys a south westerly aspect and offers an ideal spot for outside entertaining whilst across the driveway we find a private enclosed garden which is laid to lawn planted with various fruit trees. There is also a greenhouse and a timber

Long Stratton - 4.1 Miles
Bungay - 8.4 Miles
Norwich - 10.2 Miles
Southwold - 25.8 Miles

A charming Georgian double fronted, detached family home situated in a prominent location within the desirable village of Hempnall. The property has undergone a sympathetic renovation by the current owners over the last decade providing all of the conveniences of modern living coupled with many of the original features from the early 1800's. The property boasts superb ground floor accommodation centred around family living and entertaining with two reception rooms, family kitchen dining room and a most attractive conservatory as well as utility and ground floor cloakroom. On the lower level we find a full height cellar whilst the first floor offers a family bathroom, three double bedrooms and an en-suite to the master. The rear walled courtyard garden enjoys a south westerly aspect and offers an ideal spot for outside entertaining whilst across the driveway we find a private enclosed garden which is laid to lawn planted with various fruit trees. There is also a greenhouse and a timber garden shed. A gate from the garden leads to the generous shingle driveway in front of the detached double garage. Inspection by viewing is essential to appreciate the space and character on offer.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Entrance Hall
Sitting Room with Open Fire
Kitchen Dining Room
Dining Room
Conservatory
Utility Room & WC
Three Bedrooms
En-Suite to Main Bedroom
Bathroom
Full Height Cellar
Double Garage with Driveway Parking
Charming South Westerly Facing Gardens

The Property
Pushing open the front door of this charming Georgian home we step under the attractive fanlight window and are welcomed by the entrance hall where the character of the property is instantly apparent, the original pull chord doorbell remains, and our stairs rise to the first floor. Doors lead to both of the front reception rooms where we find exposed timber floorboards lining the rooms. To our left we step into the formal dining room, two windows fill the space with natural light and a door opens to the kitchen dining room. Stepping into the kitchen we find an impressive space lined with a range of solid wood fronted kitchen cabinets set under timber work surfaces, a ceramic sink sits below a window looking to the side aspect whilst doors open to both the utility/lavatory area and the stunning conservatory. Parquet flooring offers an attractive, yet practical solution and a trap door opens to the full height brick cellar. Ample space is made for a large dining table allowing versatile use of the formal dining room. Stepping into the conservatory our eye is drawn to the clear glazed (uv protective) roof and charming view into the walled courtyard. The conservatory provides a fantastic additional space for entertaining and family living alike and returns open plan into the sitting room providing a seamless link to the living space. In the sitting room we find a large bay window looking to the front aspect whilst an ornate timber fire surround houses the cast iron Georgian fireplace and provides a charming focal point to the space, a doorway brings us full circle back to the entrance hall. Climbing the stairs to the first floor the generous landing enjoys a view of the courtyard and neighbouring grounds beyond. To our left we find our first two double bedrooms both of which benefit from fitted storage and ample space for a double bed. The family bathroom echoes the sympathetic, yet attractive decor found throughout, with a contemporary white suite boasting as separate shower and claw foot bath. Completing the accommodation, we find the generous main bedroom which offers an en-suite shower room and comfortable space for our furnishings.

Outside
Approaching Ivy House from the street an ornate garden frames the property with box hedging to either side of the tiled step which leads to the front door. To the side of the property we find access to the shingled driveway which is set to the front of the double garage at the rear of the plot. To either side of the access we find our two private garden areas. At the rear of the house a charming walled courtyard garden leads from the conservatory an provides the perfect spot to extend the accommodation when summer entertaining, a gate leads out and we cross to the main garden. This generous space is laid to lawn with a range of fruit trees in place, established hedges and shrubs line the boundaries with more mature trees in the backdrop. A timber shed and greenhouse are in place.

Location
The property is situated in the heart of the village of Hempnall, within walking distance of all amenities which include a primary school, public house, butchers, village shop, church and has an active community. The attractive market town of Long Stratton is approximately 4 miles away, which provides numerous shops, schools and all other essential amenities which may be needed. The Cathedral City of Norwich lies approximately 10 miles to the north with a mainline rail service to London Liverpool Street and Norwich Airport is located on the north side of the city with international flights. Southwold and the unspoilt Suffolk coastline are within an easy driving distance of 24 miles.

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Mains gas central heating. Mains electric, water and drainage connected.
EPC Rating: E

Local Authority:
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: D
Postcode: NR15 2AD

Agents Note
This property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.

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