Summary... The Paddocks, formally a family home and glamping site, set on approximately two acres, with a variety of outbuildings, offers flexible living and exciting future dwelling and business opportunities. The main house itself has been designed, built and maintained stylishly and to a high standard. The location offers idyllic rural living and easy access to the stunning North Norfolk coast.
Step inside... This two/three bedroom rural home offers original features finished to a high standard with a modern touch. Entering through the front door of the property into the hall which gives access to the generous triple aspect open plan lounge/kitchen/diner to one side, the second/third bedroom and cloakroom. The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base units with oak worktops, butlers sink, Indian sandstone flooring and double range cooker. From the rear of the open plan lounge/dining area there there is access to the rear garden through French doors. The second bedroom is dual aspect and provides access to the third bedroom/snug via a handmade wooden staircase. The master bedroom and bathroom are accessed via a carpeted staircase from the entrance hall and benefits from a walk in dressing area with beautiful feature timber beams and Velux windows. The bathroom has a roll top bath, low level wc and shower cubicle, with views out to the front of the property.
Step oustide... The property is accessed from the road via a private gated driveway, surrounding the driveway and dotted around the plot are numerous mature trees, three outbuildings, amenity land and the previous glamping area. The house itself has a private garden area mainly laid to lawn with some shrubs and hedging.
The glamping/camping area has six electric hook ups, three water points, shower and toilet facilities and a wash-out area for waste water.
Please note; the whole plot has been extended and is now double the size since being used for glamping offering further possibilities.
The pump house/annex... An annex/studio building perfect as a private workspace or living accommodation. A triple aspect, L shaped, open plan living area with wood burner and mezzanine. There is a large utility cupboard housing the borehole pump and filter system. This was being used as an office/studio by the current owners but could be converted into further accommodation, subject to relevant permissions.
The party barn... Accessed via a single door to the side or large double doors from the front, this large open plan space currently has a bar at one end and wood burner included, perfect for celebrations or just for storage.
Shower block & store... At the bottom of the glamping area is a separate outbuilding with one shower cubicle, hand basin, W.C and combi boiler in approx 1/3 of the building, the other 2/3 being used for storage but this could easily be developed further.
Location location location... The property is located approximately 1 mile from Stanhoe village centre which is a small rural village a short distance from the much larger village of Burnham Market with a wide range of amenities and a stones throw from the beautiful North Norfolk coast with its miles of unspoilt coastline. Towards the centre of the village is a large duck pond and The Duck Inn, a renowned gastropub offering the very best in locally sourced produce. The village also has a church, All Saints, one of six churches which along with the parishes of Bircham, Sedgeford and Docking make up the United Benefice of Docking. The village hall, also known as the Reading Room, offers many village activities and in 2012, a village screen was setup to provide film shows. Burnham Market is a stunning Georgian village with a green surrounded by 18th century houses, shops, designer boutiques and The Hoste Arms, one of the best known and most popular places to eat and drink in North Norfolk. The village has a range of amenities including doctors and dental surgeries, pharmacy, primary school, a post office and an abundance of small village shops including butcher, fishmonger, beauty and hair salon, bookshops, art galleries, Satchells wine merchant and Humble Pie, a popular delicatessen. Stanhoe is close to the sailing harbours at Brancaster Staithe and Burnham Overy Staithe and the Royal West Norfolk Golf Course at Brancaster. The closest rail links to London King Cross are from Kings Lynn.