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Ditchingham Dam, Ditchingham, Bungay
Sold Subject to Contract

4 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | Guide price £400,000


An exciting opportunity to purchase an immaculately presented family home situated enjoying views of the Waveney Valley from its third of an acre plot. Orchard House is a Victorian grey brick cottage that has been transformed into a stunning family home, boasting an excellent specification and generous open plan living spaces with two large reception rooms, 24,ft family kitchen dining room, conservatory and four double bedrooms. Outside the gardens extend to a third of an acre (stms) offering formal garden space, open lawns, off road parking a garage and numerous small outbuildings. Viewing is essential to appreciate the space, standard and location on offer.

Beccles - 5.4 miles
Halesworth - 8.8 miles
Norwich - 15.4 miles
Southwold - 16.8 miles

An exciting opportunity to purchase an immaculately presented family home situated enjoying views of the Waveney Valley from its third of an acre plot. Orchard House is a Victorian grey brick cottage that has been transformed into a stunning family home, boasting an excellent specification and generous open plan living spaces with two large reception rooms, 24,ft family kitchen dining room, conservatory and four double bedrooms. Outside the gardens extend to a third of an acre (stms) offering formal garden space, open lawns, off road parking a garage and numerous small outbuildings. Viewing is essential to appreciate the space, standard and location on offer.

Property comprises briefly :
Reception Hall
Sitting Room
Family Room
24.ft Kitchen Dining Room
Conservatory
Ground Floor W/C
Master Bedroom
Three Further Double Bedrooms
Family Bathroom
Off Road Parking & Garage
Third of an Acre Gardens (stms)

The Property
Entering the property via the front door we are welcomed by the stunning reception hall way which flows open plan to the family room. The space, light and exacting standard that flow throughout the property offer a surprising contrast to the quaint frontage. Karndean flooring lines the room and flows through the entire ground floor adding to the continuity of this open-plan ground floor accommodation. The stairs rise from here to the first floor and a door opens to the ground floor w/c. In the family room we find an attractive red brick fireplace which creates a snug area to this vast space, the room flows open plan to the kitchen dining room, perfect for family living and entertaining alike. Two velux windows fill the kitchen with natural light whilst windows to the rear and side aspect look over the extensive gardens. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of modern, grey units with contrasting solid wood work surfaces. The dishwasher, two single slide and hide ovens, induction hob and extractor are integrated and a ceramic sink is set below the window. At the opposite end ample space is made for a large dining table and patio doors open to the conservatory. The conservatory further extends the space and leads to the garden. Fitted units hide the laundry equipment and mirror the finish in the kitchen. Completing the ground floor we find the sitting room which at over 20.ft offers an generous yet cosy space which enjoys a wood burning stove and dual aspect windows looking onto the Waveney Valley and gardens. On the first floor doors open from the landing to all four bedrooms and the bathroom. The bathroom echoes the superb finish throughout with a bath and shower over, wash basin and w/c. At the rear we find the two smaller double bedrooms looking onto the rear aspect, whilst at the front a larger double and the master bedroom the open views to the front aspect. Stairs from the landing rise again to the attic offering further potential should a purchaser require.

Outside
From Ditchingham Dam we enter the property passing the five bar gate where we find our off road parking leading to the detached single garage. From here our eye is drawn to the extensive gardens whilst on the opposite side of the road we look over a stream and the open view of the Waveney Valley. The main of the garden is laid to lawn which in total offers a third of an acre plot (stms) which is framed with hedge rows and a variety of shrubs and trees which create a superb space to explore. At the foot of the plot we find a retired vegetable garden and bonfire area whilst a variety of smaller outbuildings are set within the space. Returning to the house we cross the large patio and pass a picket fence to which leads to an area of formal garden where attractive beds and brick walls frame the space. Doors from the conservatory open to here.

Location
This stunning family home is situated a short walk from the historic Town Centre of Bungay and footsteps from the banks of the River Waveney offering the best of both town & country living. Bungay offers a good range of all the necessary amenities and shops, schools, antique shops, restaurants, The Fisher Theatre (now showing films) and leisure facilities including indoor swimming pool and golf club. The Cathedral City of Norwich is about 30 mins drive to the North and has a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street (1hr 54mins). Diss provides another mainline link to London and is 19 miles distance. The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are a short distance away.

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.

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

Agents Note
An overage is in place currently with respect to any development of the land. 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.

Services
All mains connected. Gas fired central heating and hot water.
Energy Rating: TBA

Local Authority
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: C
Postcode: NR35 2JQ

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