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Hall Lane, Knapton, Norfolk

Guide Price £850,000 | 4 Bedroom | Period Property

Call 01692 402357 or email northwalsham@arnoldskeys.com for more details on this property
This elegant home provides many period features such as sash windows with wooden shutters in the sitting room and study, marble surround fireplace in the sitting room containing a woodburner. The kitchen provides plenty of family entertaining space as well as another woodburner with sitting area.
There is a large mature garden with terrace and 18th century sun dial at the front, leading onto the lawn with borders containing many interesting shrubs, mature trees and sunken area at the bottom, planted with a variety of bulbs, as well as herbaceous borders with old-fashioned roses and herb garden to the side with box hedging, paved and shingle paths with a central shingle bed planted with colourful bulbs. The entire garden is wire-fenced to keep out the deer.
Not particularly onerous to maintain as most bulbs are planted in grass or shingle beds. The garden has been opened for the NGS, and for anyone seeking 'the good life' offers a real opportunity.

KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM 19' 7" x 20' 8" (5.97m x 6.3m) Double aspect with three wooden double glazed windows, overlooking garden and one overlooking rear courtyard. Base and wall mounted wooden kitchen units, double stainless steel sinks with drainers both ends, electric cooker, dishwasher, water softener and cork flooring. Two velux windows offer additional light, three radiators and plenty of space for a large kitchen table together with seating area by the wood burner. Door to pantry (formerly the dairy).

PANTRY The pantry provides ample storage space, ideal for wine, with cupboard storage to one side, space for fridge/freezer, window and beam.

UTILITY ROOM 8' 3" x 8' 5" (2.51m x 2.57m) Stainless steel single drainer sink with workspace and space for washing machine under, floor standing oil fired central heating boiler, window and shelving. A brace and latch door leading to

REAR HALL Access to driveway, velux window, radiator and pamment tiled flooring.

HALLWAY Entering from the front of the farmhouse the hallway has a part glazed front door, with original pamment tiled flooring and provides access to the kitchen/family room, cloakroom, the sitting room and study. There is a radiator, central heating thermostat and pine doors.

CLOAKROOM Wc, pedestal wash hand basin and pamment flooring.

SITTING ROOM 21' 5" x 13' 9" (6.53m x 4.19m) This beautiful and elegant room is filled with light and has original sash windows with wooden shutters and glazed front door leading out to the terrace. Victorian marble-surround fireplace with wood burner and slate tiled hearth, oak beam and two radiators.

DINING ROOM/STUDY 15' 1" x 10' 9" (4.6m x 3.28m) Currently being used as a study, a light and airey room with wooden sash windows and shutters, beam and two radiators with archway leading to the Garden Room

GARDEN ROOM 15' 1" x 14' 4" (4.6m x 4.37m) Brick base, consisting of octagonal glazed wood-framed windows, insulated tiled roof, pamment tiled flooring, two radiators, exposed brickwork and two glazed French doors one on either side opening onto the garden.

STAIRS TO LANDING Understairs cupboard and window.

BEDROOM TWO 15' 6" x 11' 7" (4.72m x 3.53m) Original sash windows, window with radiator under, alcove wardrobes.

BEDROOM ONE 15' 6" x 13' 0" (4.72m x 3.96m) A light and bright room with original sash windows, radiator, beams and alcove wardrobes.

BATHROOM 5' 11" x 5' 7" (1.8m x 1.7m) Window overlooking the side of the house and woodland, bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, wc and radiator.

LANDING AND CORRIDOR With two velux windows, airing cupboard with immersion heater (economy 7).

BEDROOM THREE 12' 7" x 8' 2" (3.84m x 2.49m) Dormer wooden double glazed window overlooking the gardens, radiator, loft hatch.

BATHROOM 8' 11" x 8' 2" (2.72m x 2.49m) Ideally placed for bedrooms three and four, cork flooring, shaver and light point, bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, wc and wooden framed double glazed window.

BEDROOM FOUR 11' 11" x 12' 3" (3.63m x 3.73m) Dormer wooden framed double glazed window, radiator and single glazed wooden framed window overlooking the orchard and woodland.

OUTSIDE Approached from the road by a shingle driveway opening out to shingle parking area in front of a double garage and workshop (16'2" x 10'2"/4.93m x 3.10m) with access to the Orchard, Woodland and Meadow. Metal gates to shingled back yard where there is a brick, wood and tiled cart shed style single garage and store adjoining the side of the house. Paved pathway and gate to the front garden and wisteria-clad verandah. Gate through to woodland area and pond, large woodshed plus the remains of barn and stables, offering further opportunities.
3.24 acres (stms) of wild flower meadow enclosed partially by a ancient woodland with a variety of indigenous trees. The meadow would be suitable for equestrian use, the enthusiastic small holder or just a passionate gardener/naturalist.



DOUBLE GARAGE 16' 2" x 13' 8" (4.93m x 4.17m) Brick base timber double garage with power and light, provides ample storage.

EPC EPC Rating E

AGENTS NOTE Of the woodland included with the property, 0.75Ha forms part of a Farm Woodland Scheme and was planted in 1991. This scheme continues until 2020/2021 with two final payments to be made. There are no specific management obligations once the agreement ends, however, any landowner is bound by forestry and environmental regulations. Further details available from the selling agents.
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Hall Lane, Knapton, Norfolk

Guide Price £850,000
4 Bedroom
Period Property


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