The Old Rectory, Garvestone, NR9 4QR, NR9

The Old Rectory, Garvestone, NR9 4QR, NR9

Asking £1,200,000
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À propos de The Old Rectory, Garvestone, NR9 4QR, NR9

Complete with extensive grounds and separate Coach House annex, The Old Rectory offers mid19th century grandeur with late 20th century comforts and convenience

Wide double entrance hall with Minstrels Gallery
Double aspect drawing room, Sitting room, Dining room, Kitchen, Study, Shower room
Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing room, 4 Further double bedrooms
Coach House
Garages and garden machinery stores
Cellar/Wine store
Equipped nuclear fall-out shelter
In all about 2.22 acres.
15 miles from the centre of Norwich, nestling in its own grounds extending to approx 2 acres, affording great privacy within this well established mid Norfolk village. Five bedrooms with four reception rooms totalling approx 4500 sq feet plus the convenience of an independent fully fitted annex which offers about 900 sq feet of accommodation.

The Hospital and University are about 12 miles.

The Old Rectory comprises a substantial detached Victorian family residence standing centrally in its grounds of approximately 2 acres with delightful views. The house is of brick and flint construction under a glazed pantile roof and provides spacious family sized accommodation with all bedrooms’ comfortable doubles. The house is not listed and the original part of the property is believed to date from 1840. The property benefits from significant improvements and tasteful updates, and has been with the present owners for over 30 years.

There are excellent ceiling heights throughout, and a number of striking period features. Of particular note is the large sitting room with double doors out to a large paved terrace seating area and southwest facing lawned garden. Upstairs there is a generous landing and 5 double bedrooms each with storage areas, all of which have delightful views. Of particular note is the master bedroom with dressing room, ensuite and floor to ceiling windows.

The large cellar offers ready opportunity for many social activities.

The Coach House, built in a similar style, is a separate self-contained, ground floor, one-double bedroom annexe with open plan kitchen/breakfast/living room and outside west facing private terrace seating area. The Coach House offers great privacy from the main house. Permissions have been granted for an extension of the accommodation if required.

The Old Rectory sits centrally in its grounds and is approached by a sweeping gravel driveway leading to an extensive turning circle to the front of the house, separate parking area to the front of The Coach House and garages / machinery stores with rear access.

The gardens at The Old Rectory are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrub and hedge borders. To the immediate south west of the house is a private terrace seating area with lawned garden. The turning circle features a large ornamental pond with fountain. Adjacent to the house are two further areas of lawned garden, one with a kitchen garden. To the north east of the property is an orchard with apple and pear trees. The top south facing area could easily be converted to paddock if required.


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Asking £1,200,000
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