Musker McIntyre are excited to offer this four double bedroom, detached Victorian family home in a plot of 0.5 acres (STS) surrounded by exceptional Norfolk Countryside. This property boasts spacious and versatile accommodation, along with an outside pool, master dressing room & ensuite, fantastic garden room and double garage with office/studio space.
Norwich - 11.7 miles
Loddon - 2 miles
Bungay - 7.2 miles
Musker McIntyre are excited to offer this four double bedroom, detached Victorian family home in a plot of 0.5 acres (STS) surrounded by exceptional Norfolk Countryside. This property boasts spacious and versatile accommodation, along with an outside pool, master dressing room & ensuite, fantastic garden room and double garage with office/studio space above.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
- Wide Entrance Hall
- Sitting Room with Fireplace
- Second Generous Reception Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room with Fireplace
- Stunning Garden Room
- Utility Room/Bathroom
- Master Bedroom with Ensuite & Dressing Room
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Shower Room
- Swimming Pool (9 x 4 Metres)
- Large Workshop
- Double Garage with WC & Office/Studio
The Old Post Office is an attractive country home with beautiful Victorian period features. The property welcomes you into a spacious entrance hall which links to the two main reception rooms, kitchen and lobby. The sitting room is a fantastic size and has a cosy fireplace at it's heart with an exposed beam overhead. Across the hallway is the second generously-sized reception room, ideal for use as a family room or study if required. The doors are all solid wood and add an extra touch of character to the property. The quintessential country kitchen offers plenty of wall and base unit storage in cream with solid wood worktops above. Here you will find an integrated dishwasher, cooker with electric hob and extractor and space for a large American style fridge-freezer. The focal point of this room is the fully working inglenook fireplace with tiled hearth and brick surround. Leading from the kitchen is the dining room which offers ample space for a large table and chairs. This room is full of character with beams above, an exposed brick wall and a feature fireplace. Double doors lead into the newly renovated oak-framed garden room that benefits from underfloor heating, bi-folding doors on two aspects and an impressive skylight that bathes the room in light from above. A small lobby links to the ground-floor bathroom with built-in laundry facilities and back to the main hallway.
Taking the stairs to the first floor, a typical landing links to the remaining rooms of the house. To your left is the generous master bedroom which also offers a dressing room and en-suite bathroom with French doors that open up onto an impressive roof terrace above the garden room, with views out across the countryside beyond. The second bedroom is another very spacious double room whilst the third and fourth bedrooms are also larger than a standard double room. A convenient shower room provides this floor with a corner shower, toilet and wash basin and there are two boarded loft spaces for plenty of storage.
Gardens and Grounds
This stunning Victorian property is approached via a large driveway with five-bar gate, that gives way to provide parking for multiple vehicles and a large timber workshop with power/light. There is a spacious double garage with WC and the roof space above has been converted into an large office/studio space with Velux windows and a balcony to enjoy the surrounding views. A small shed can be found in a "secret garden" area beside the double garage. To the rear is a patio with solid oak pagoda and a a raised outdoor swimming pool (currently unused) which is approx. 9 x 4 metres. The rear gardens are child and pet safe, wrapping around the property and measuring a total of 0.5 acres (STS) with countryside views beyond. A section of the gardens to the back left are fenced with a path leading by a pond to another outbuilding that has power/light and has been previously used as a therapy room. To the rear of the property you can also find extra sheds for storage.
Langley is a desirable rural village just a couple of miles from the centre of Loddon, which provides many amenities including all schools, nurseries, shops, post office, churches, doctor's surgery, dentist, library, pubs and access to the Broads network. It is also within easy reach of the market towns of Beccles and Bungay which provide a fuller range of amenities. The Cathedral City of Norwich is about 20 mins drive to the North and has a mainline train link to London Liverpool Street (1hr 54 mins). The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are approx. 20 miles 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.
Oil fired central heating and hot water. Mains electricity, and water. Septic tank.
EPC Rating: E
South Norfolk District Council
Tax Band: E
Postcode: NR14 6AD
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.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
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