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Station Road, Pulham Market

5 beds | 4 baths | Guide price £1,100,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

  • Grade ll Listed 19th Century Country House
  • Full of original character features
  • Five Bedrooms including an attic bedroom
  • En-suite facilities in two bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Gardens & Grounds of 2.60 acres (sts)
  • Detached outbuilding with thatched roof
  • Triple garage with extensive workshop area
  • Private and Secluded gardens
  • No onward chain

A unique opportunity to purchase this imposing early 19th Century Grade ll listed property, situated within gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2.60 acres (sts) on the edge of the village. The property has been within the same family for the past 50 years with many of the original features untouched and is offered to the market with no onward chain.

The accommodation briefly comprises:-

- Reception Hall
- Sitting Room
- Formal Dining Room
- Drawing Room
- Kitchen
- Butler's Pantry
- Utility Room
- Shower Room
- First Floor Landing
- Five Double Bedrooms (two with en-suite facilities) including an attic bedroom
- Main Bathroom


- Off-Road Parking and Turning area in front of house
- Mature Gardens and Grounds of approximately 2.60 acres (sts)
- Boiler Room and Utility
- Detached Timber Outbuilding with Thatched Roof
- Triple Garaging with extensive workshop area
- Open Cart Lodge

The Property
The entrance door leads into the reception hall with the main staircase leading to the first floor and doors into the sitting room and formal dining room both overlooking the front aspect with the original windows complete with sliding shutters and wonderful marble fireplaces. The drawing room overlooks the rear garden and has pamment tiled flooring, brick inglenook fireplace and door opening to the second staircase. The Butler's pantry leads into the dining room and has fitted shelving and cupboards.

The kitchen has a door leading out to the rear with lovely brick inglenook fireplace at the far end and is fitted with a modern range of wall, base and drawer units, solid wood work surfaces with Butler sink, built-in electric oven and grill and ceramic hob. Doors open into the pantry, utility room and shower room.

There are four first floor double bedrooms which can all be accessed from either of the staircases. Two of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities and all still have their original cast iron fireplaces. The main bathroom has a suite comprising free standing bath, WC and wash basin. A further staircase leads up from the first floor landing to the spacious attic room.

The property is approached over a shingle driveway which provides parking in front of the house. The private and secluded gardens surround the property and are mainly lawned with a variety of mature trees and hedged boundaries. Attached to the house is the boiler/utility room (the boiler has been recently installed). To the rear of the garden are a number of outbuildings including a detached timber building with a thatched roof and three garages, all with double opening doors and one with an extensive workshop area to the rear running the entire length of the building.

The Beeches is situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Pulham Market. The village has a local shop, two public houses, an active community centre, doctors and a primary school, with larger services located in the neighbouring village of Long Stratton and the market towns of Harleston and Diss. Buses pass through the village going to and from Norwich, Diss and Harleston and Diss has a mainline railway station with trains to London Liverpool Street. The cathedral city of Norwich is located approximately 15 miles north and has an abundance of services including two shopping centres, and a general hospital.

Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded in the sale (unless mentioned in the sales particulars) but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Oil Fired Radiator Central Heating
Mains water and electricity are connected.
Private Drainage - Septic Tank
Energy Rating: E

Local Authority
South Norfolk District Council
Tax band: G
Postcode: IP21 4TF

Agents Note
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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