Once a pair of cottages dating from the late 18th century, Wildwood has been refurbished and extended to an extremely high standard with so many lovely features that it really must be viewed internally to be appreciated.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Entrance Hall/Second Sitting Room
Kitchen/Breakfast room with open plan seating area
Boot Room with butler sink
Master Bedroom with En-suite dressing room and shower room
Second/Guest Bedroom with En-suite shower room
3 further Bedrooms
Large Double Garage/Workshop
Gardens extending to approx. 1/3rd of an acre (STS)
A side door leads into the light and open space of the kitchen with central island, integrated appliances, ceramic flooring and an open plan seating area around an original log burner. There is a Rangemaster oven with gas hob and electric ovens. Double French doors open onto the side of the garden with large windows overlooking the rear garden and the fields beyond.
Downstairs are a total of 3 woodburning stoves and the oil fired boiler provides heating to radiators and domestic hot water. There is also part underfloor heating.
Upstairs all the floors are wooden and the wide landings lead into spacious bedrooms with en-suites to the two main bedrooms plus a stylish dressing area off the master bedroom. Both en-suites have power showers and are all fitted to a very high standard. There is also a family bathroom with a power shower.
There is ample storage space throughout the property.
Set in a lovely country location this stunning and extremely stylish detached family home sits in beautifully maintained cottage gardens extending to approx. one third of an acre with an abundance of vegetables and fruit trees including apple, plum and fig, and open field views to the rear. There is a summerhouse opening onto the fields, to make the most of the views, and a greenhouse. A gravel driveway leads up the side of the property and opens into a gravel courtyard where the double garage/workshop are located. There is also a log store next to the garage.
Thorpe Abbotts itself is a very pretty and peaceful village yet just approx. 5 miles east from the busy market town of Diss where the mainline railway station takes you into Liverpool Street in 90 minutes. There is also a train service to Norwich. Diss is a thriving town with excellent shopping facilities including main supermarkets, a good range of independent shops and businesses, plus sporting facilities including the 18 hole Diss Golf Club. Norwich itself is approx. 25 miles away on the A140.
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Mains water and electricity.
Oil fired central heating.
EPC Rating: D
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: F
Postcode: IP21 4HX
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given on completion.
The 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.
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