Very well presented, detached, Family Residence with spacious, flexible accommodation, which has been extended in recent years and now offers comfortable living space comprising 3 reception rooms and 4/5 bedrooms, benefitting from oil
fired central heating and double glazed windows throughout.
This individual property stands in a South-facing position within well tended, landscaped Gardens extending to about ½ acre (stms) immediately adjoining open farmland, and enjoying fine panoramic views across gently rolling Countryside.
Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Fully Tiled Cloakroom, Spacious Sitting room with feature fireplace, Bay-fronted Dining room, Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast room, Utility room, Bar/Snug and Garden room /Playroom.
First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower room, 3 Further Bedrooms, Bedroom 5/Study, Family Bathroom and Family Shower room.
There is a further room, (presently used as a Store), over the Garden/Playroom which is considered suitable for use as further Bedroom accommodation, if required.
Outside: Ample gravelled turning and Parking Space for several vehicles to the front and rear.
Gardens of about ½ acre (stms) with lawns, flower & shrub beds, kitchen garden areas, a 42ft poly-tunnel, patios and a nuttery – the whole shaded by mature trees, and adjoining open farmland.
Ground Floor: Half double glazed door to;
Entrance Hall: Tiled floor. Telephone point. Staircase to first floor.
Fully tiled Cloakroom: Pedestal hand basin with mirror over. Low level WC. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
Sitting room: 19’4” x 15’8”, (5.9m x 4.8m). Feature brick fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, pamment hearth and bressumer beam over. Solid mahogany wood floor. Exposed ceiling beam. Centre light and 4 wall lights. TV point.
Bay fronted Dining room: 16’0” x 11’10”, (4.9m x 3.6m) + bay. Fireplace with multi-fuel fired stove. 2 ceiling beams. Centre light and 2 wall lights.
Kitchen: 16’0” x 10’0”, (4.9m x 3.6m). 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, set in fitted, granite effect work surface with tiled surround, and drawers, cupboards, appliance spaces and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher under. Built-in “Proline” 4 ring electric hob unit, with “Bosch” oven under, and recirculating hood over. Matching range of wall mounted with concealed lighting under. Fitted breakfast bar. Centre light and spot lights. Tiled floor. Venetian blind. Part glazed door to;
Utility room: 16’0” x 4’10”, (4.9m x 1.5m). Stainless steel sink unit set in fitted work top with tiled splashback, and cupboards, appliance space and plumbing for washing machine under. “Grant” oil fired central heating boiler. Tiled floor. Half glazed door to outside. Door to;
Bar/Snug: 11’8” x 6’9”, (3.5m x 2.0m). Fitted drinks serving counter. Fitted display shelves. Spot lights. Opening to;
Garden room/Play room: 16’0” x 9’9”, (4.9m x 3.0m). Twin double glazed doors to rear garden.
Staircase from entrance hall to;
Main Landing: Hatch with folding loft ladder to part boarded roof space, with electric light.
Master Bedroom: 16’0” x 11’10”, (4.9m x 3.6m) max. Built-in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and latch door. Adjoining shelved cupboard with latch door. Southerly view over The Patch, and open farmland, beyond. Latch door to;
En-Suite Shower room: Fully tiled shower cubicle with glass screen door. White suite of pedestal hand basin with tiled surround. Low level WC. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2: 10’2” x 8’3”, (3.1m x 2.5m). Fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails and latch door.
Bedroom 5/Study: 7’7” x 6’0”, (2.3m x 1.8m). Fitted shelving.
Family Bathroom: White suite of panelled bath, pedestal hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Exposed ceiling and wall timbers. Venetian blind. Airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder, fitted immersion heater and slatted shelving.
Bedroom 3: 11’4” x 8’6”, (3.5m x 2.6m). Fine rural views over open farmland and across the former RAF airfield.
Bedroom 4: 11’4” x 10’10”, (3.5m x 3.3m). Fitted wardrobe cupboard with fitted shelf, hanging rail and latch door. Venetian blind. A double aspect room with fine views over open Countryside.
Family Shower room: Fully tiled shower cubicle with sliding, glass screen door. White suite of pedestal hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Solid mahogany wood floor.
A separate staircase leads from the utility room to;
Store room: 16’0” x 7’4”, (4.9m x 2.2m). Velux roof light.
Agent’s note: If required, it is considered possible that the Utility room, bar/snug, garden room/play room and Store, could easily be converted into Separate Annexe accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.
Outside: A gravelled drive leads from the road to car parking and turning space to the front of the property. The drive continues through a ‘field’ gate to the side, and then to the rear of the property where there is further ample parking space for several vehicles.
The Gardens extend, in all, to about ½ Acre (stms), and are a particular feature of this property, with a South-facing, mainly gravelled, shrub and herb garden to the front – enclosed by a brick wall, timber fencing and shrubs and trees. A bark chip path leads to the side of the property, where there is a productive kitchen garden area, with lawn, vegetable plots, an aluminium framed Greenhouse, and a variety of soft fruit trees and canes.
A gate leads into the rear garden, and to a Polytunnel, 42’0” x 14’0”, (12.6m x 4.2m), and a brick, block, timber clad and tiled Store.
Gravelled and bark chip paths lead through the rear garden to paved patio areas and raised flower beds, mature trees, shrub beds, a nuttery (with 10 nut trees), and a decked area from where there are fine unrestricted rural views across the adjoining open farmland and gently rolling Countryside.
Directions: From Fakenham proceed out of Town along the A.148 King’s Lynn road, and proceed for 3 miles. The property is on the right, immediately after a lay-by, and opposite the turning signposted Dunton.
Location: Dunton is a small, rural hamlet about 3 miles West of Fakenham Market Town which offers a wide range of shopping, educational and sporting facilities, including a National Hunt racecourse, and was once voted by the readers of “Country Life” magazine as the seventh best Town in Britain in which to live. The picturesque North Norfolk Coast, noted for its fine sandy beaches, pinewoods, marshes, and sailing harbours, is 10 miles to the North, and the Port and Town of Kings Lynn is 22 miles distant.
Services: Mains electricity and a private drainage system are connected to the property. Water is drawn from a private bore.
District Authority: North Norfolk District Council, Cromer. Tel: Tax Band: “D”.