It's very rare to find such a well designed spacious bungalow in such a lovely location just a few minutes from the Norfolk Coast. This detached property has been recently constructed to the highest possible standards and benefits from a garage and a lovely private garden.Brand New
The property is entered via a really light airy and spacious hall which has a delightful high quality wood effect flooring and useful storage cupboard. From the hall you can access all the major rooms. The kitchen/dining room is a particular delight and is a great size with ample room for a large dining table and chairs. The kitchen area is fitted with a luxury bespoke fitted kitchen with a wide range of wall and base units along with quality fitted appliances including oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is also a utility/laundry room with further fitted units matching those in the kitchen and space and plumbing for your washing machine and a door to the garden. The bathroom is a lovely room and is fully tiled, there is a luxury suite including bath with shower, w/c and wash basin and a chrome heated towel rail. The sitting room is at the front of the bungalow and offers views over the front garden. Then you have the three double bedrooms.
Outside - to the front the property is approached via the shingle drive which provides ample parking and leads to the garage, there is a small lawned area. At the rear there is a lovely enclosed private recently turfed garden with patio area.
Luxury kitchen and bathroom
Enclosed private garden
Docking is a pretty village in the north western corner of Norfolk which can trace its origins back to Roman times. It is one of the highest points in the Norfolk. Because of the elevation of the village it had problems for years with the supply of drinking water, and was often known as Dry Docking'. In the 1760s a well was sunk some 230 feet down which provided domestic water for the village at a farthing per bucket. The use of this well continued until 1936 when water was eventually piped into the village.
Within the village, the church of St Mary the Virgin has a 14th-century chancel and a tower from the early part of the 15th, but there are elements from earlier periods, including a Norman pillar in the nave. Within this pretty village there is a pub, The Railway Inn, a post office and shop and a chip shop.
Docking Market is a local market offering local produce and products. The market takes place on Wednesday mornings at Ripper Hall' the village hall.
There is currently a village archaeological project to locate the site of a lost priory believed to have been in the area during the 13th and 14th century. One theory is that the village church may have been the site of the former priory church.
The village is only 3-4 miles from the coast including the resort of Hunstanton and is a great base for exploring many surrounding attractions.Marketed by EweMove Sales & Lettings (Kings Lynn) - Property Reference 28638