A well presented 3 bedroom detached bungalow with conservatory, garage and delightful gardens in a quiet location in this sought after village. No onward chain.
Broadacre is a well presented detached bungalow situated in an elevated position on a quiet lane in the sought after village of Harpley. The current owners have carried out a programme of improvements to the property including the addition of a conservatory, replacement UPVC windows, a new kitchen, carpets and guttering and a complete redecoration. The well laid out accommodation comprises a porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen, conservatory, impressive l-shaped sitting/dining room, 3 bedrooms and a shower room.
Outside, there is a gravelled driveway providing parking for up to 3 cars and leading to the single garage, a cottage style front garden and a good sized delightfully landscaped rear garden.
Broadacre is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
Harpley is a charming small village with a mixture of period cottages and farmhouses interspersed with modern properties. It has the benefit of a village inn and restaurant, The Rose and Crown, a pretty parish church, school, village hall and is within the catchment area of the popular Litcham School. The nearby village of Great Massingham has a village stores and Post Office, modern doctors surgery, pub and other recreational facilities.
Harpley is well placed for King's Lynn, Fakenham and the north Norfolk coast, together with numerous stately homes including The Royal Sandringham Estate and other places of interest.
A glazed UPVC entrance door leads from the front of the property into the porch with pine panelled ceiling, corner shelf and an electric heater. UPVC window to the side and a glazed UPVC door leading into:
Laminate flooring, shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, loft hatch with pull down ladder, radiator, smoke detector and telephone point.
Wall mounted wash basin with cupboards to both sides and tiled splashbacks, WC, radiator and a UPVC window to the side.
3.62m x 2.68m (11' 11" x 8' 10") A range of oak wall and base units with under unit lighting and laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink with chrome pillar taps, tiled splashbacks. Neff oven, Neff electric hob with glass splashback and pull out extractor hood over, Neff microwave and integrated washing machine. Further base unit with an oak block worktop with spaces under for a fridge and freezer. Vinyl flooring, vertical radiator, 2 skylight windows, recessed ceiling lights and a glazed door leading into:
3.21m x 2.94m (10' 6" x 9' 8") UPVC double glazed windows on a low brick wall with a tinted self cleaning glass roof, fitted blinds, vinyl flooring, electric panel heater and a glazed door leading out to the rear garden.
3.60m x 5.48m (11' 10" x 18') at widest points. An impressive l-shaped double aspect room with a UPVC bay window to the front plus secondary glazing and a UPVC window to the side. Marble fireplace with matching hearth housing a real flame lpg fire, 2 radiators and TV point.
3.62m x 3.58m (11' 11" x 11' 9") Fitted wardrobe cupboard, radiator and a UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.
3.61m x 2.98m (11' 10" x 9' 9") Fitted wardrobe cupboard, radiator and a UPVC window overlooking the rear garden.
2.98m x 2.66m (9' 9" x 8' 9") Radiator and a UPVC window to the side.
1.76m x 2.27m (5' 9" x 7' 5") Corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, WC, extensive wall tiling, radiator and a UPVC window to the front.
Broadacre is approached over a gravelled driveway providing parking for up to 3 vehicles and leading to the single garage. A paved walkway leads to the front and side of the property with fenced side boundaries and hedging to the road. There are gravelled areas with a variety of shrubs, plants and box hedging and space for the storage of the lpg bottles. Outside tap to the front.
A wrought iron gate to the side of the property leads to the delightful rear garden which is fenced to the sides and hedged to the rear boundary. The rear garden is mainly lawned with a paved terrace, gravelled walkway, perimeter borders, greenhouse, timber summerhouse and oil tank (installed in 2016).
5.53m x 2.62m (18' 2" x 8' 7") Up and over door to the front, power and light, oil-fired boiler, window to the side and a pedestrian door leading out to the rear garden. The garage lends itself to being incorporated into the main property to create additional living space if required, subject to the necessary permissions.
Mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band E.
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Council Tax Band D.