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Swargate Lane, Seething
Sold Subject to Contract

5 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £625,000


  • Detached Farmhouse
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Garden Room/Dining area
  • Traditional Farm Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Generous Plot of Grounds
  • Double Carport and Off-Road Parking
  • Beautiful Rural Location
  • Character Features
  • Beautifully Presented

To the end of a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the very popular village of Seething, nestled within a generous plot of gardens sits this lovingly cared for and beautifully presented family home enjoying field views. This pre-18th century farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and maintained, offering excellent versatile living space with five bedrooms over three floors. With far reaching country views and set within attractive gardens with double carport and plenty of off-road parking. The ideal spot to live the rural country lifestyle.

Seething - 1.1 miles
Loddon - 3.9 miles
Norwich - 12.3 miles
Beccles - 10.8 miles

To the end of a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the very popular village of Seething, nestled within a generous plot of gardens sits this lovingly cared for and beautifully presented family home enjoying field views. This pre-18th century farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and maintained, offering excellent versatile living space with five bedrooms over three floors. With far reaching country views and set within attractive gardens with double carport and plenty of off-road parking. The ideal spot to live the rural country lifestyle.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Entrance Hall
Two Reception Rooms
Large Study/reception three
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Spacious Garden Room/Dining area
Utility Room
Ground-floor Shower Room
Two First-floor Double Bedrooms
Dressing Room to Master
Single Bedroom
Family Bathroom
Two Second-Floor Double Bedrooms
Double Carport
Mature Gardens and far reaching field views
Unspoilt and Idyllic rural location

The Property
Pushing aside the locally sourced solid-oak front door, the balance of character and practicality offered by this property is immediately apparent. A handy porch offers space to hang coats and kick off boots before moving in to the sizable utility space, from where access to a ground-floor shower room can be found. From here we step through to the traditional farm kitchen, with a range taking pride of place, framed by a substantial fireplace. The kitchen provides ample space for a breakfast table and includes an integrated dishwasher and electric oven. From here, French doors open into the glorious garden room, measuring nearly 30ft in length. This attractive timber framed, brick-footed construction has unparalleled views out over the garden, with two sets of French doors that open to the outside world. Striking beams and timbers flow throughout the house, following you from the kitchen to the attractive sitting room where a fireplace with woodburner can be found. Two sets of French doors open out from this room, one to the rear garden and one into the garden room, allowing you to let the outside world in. Adjoined to the sitting room is a second reception room, providing the perfect place to retire to in the evening. Completing the ground-floor accommodation is another sizable reception room, currently used as a study. Moving to the first-floor you will find three of the five bedrooms on offer, two of which are generous double rooms and the third a single. The main bedroom has the added luxury of an attached dressing room and integrated storage cupboards. Upstairs facilities are provided by the cleverly laid out family bathroom where you will find a shower cubicle, toilet, wash basin and claw-footed bath. The second floor has a further two double bedrooms divided by a short landing built around the impressive central chimney.

Outside
From the lane, a gravelled driveway leads up to the property with space for plenty of off-road parking behind and in front of the five-bar gates. Framed by mature hedges either side, the driveway leads up to the double carport that is attached to the house and where the front door can be found. The property sits relatively central in the spacious plot of just over a third of an acre (STS) which faces a South/South-Easterly direction. Wide gravelled seating areas surround the house, framed by low brick walls with stone steps up to the lawns. An South facing brick patio area from the garden room catches the sun and looks out over beautiful field views - an ideal area for outdoor entertaining. Behind the house, formal rose beds lead to an established kitchen garden and via an arch to a newly planted orchard. This is currently fenced for free range hens.

Location
This property is located down a quiet country lane on the outskirts of Seething village with a sought after Primary School and Village Shop with Post Office. Loddon is a popular town close by providing schools, nurseries, shops, a Post Office, Churches, medical centre, library, pubs and access to the Broads network. The market towns of Beccles and Bungay are not far away, which provide further amenities and transport links. The Cathedral City of Norwich is just over 10 miles to the North, providing a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street and an airport offering various national and international flights. The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are just over 20 miles away.

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

Services
Oil fired central heating. Mains electric. Private water (shared borehole). Private drainage (treatment plant).

EPC Rating: E

Local Authority:
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: E
Postcode: NR15 1EH

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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