The property is situated in the civil parish of Rednhall with Harleston on the borders of Norfolk and Suffolk giving close access to the main A140 and A143. The village is well known for its historic St Marys Church of which the property was the former rectory.
The property is beautifully screened from the road in a central village location next to the church. You first approach the residence by a shingle driveway with brick piered entrance, well maintained hedging and as you proceed towards the property, the driveway widens to provide ample parking as the gardens unfold beyond.
You are welcomed beyond the porchway into a spacious entrance hall with the stunning original staircase and study area. The hallway also gives access to the principle rooms including an interconnecting drawing room and dining room which provides a substantial entertaining space with impressive original fireplaces, cornice, ceiling roses and full height sash windows.
The sitting room is fitted with substantial library shelving, an open fireplace, built-in drinks cabinet and windows providing views of the front garden. Beyond this, is a substantial garden room which maintains original external features of the building and provides a further fantastic entertaining space linking onto a paved patio area to the immediate outside.
The ground floor continues with a fully fitted kitchen with wall and base units, utility room with fitted walk-in store cupboard and downstairs cloak room. To complete the ground floor there is a potential annex offering double bedroom with built-in cupboards and across the hallway, a bathroom fitted with a three piece suite.
Upon ascending the stairs, you arrive at an impressive first floor landing flooded with light from the front. The landing gives access to a separate cloakroom, four bedrooms of which three are ensuite.
To the outside of the property is access to the cellar which provides ample storage and houses the oil fired central heating boiler.
As you explore further, you will discover a substantial lawned area and beyond the hedge you find a fully enclosed tennis court, four hole golf course with multiple tee positions giving flexible approach options. Continuing round the garden the tall trees take president as you are embraced by the wonderful woodland gardens hosting a wealth of wild flowers and diverse plants and trees. As you arrive back towards the front of the property you will be met by a large pond with a neighbouring dove coupe.
There is also approved planning permission ref 2018/2186 for a two storey "cross-wing" extension to provide two further bedrooms, one ensuite and a further bathroom at first floor and a new kitchen and breakfast room at ground floor and linked detached triple garage.
There is planning consent for the conversion of two outbuildings to form one single story, two bedroom barn conversion and the other a part two story three bedroom barn conversion. These properties have been carefully designed by leading architect Richard Pike Associates and are situated immediately to the right hand side of the main entrance.
These barns offer the ability for the owner of Woodland Hall to A- utilise them as outbuildings B- convert to additional residential units for letting either on a permanent or on a holiday let basis C- or as an alternative annex.
The Planning Reference is 2018/2186 granted by South Norfolk Council and the consent was passed on the 14th November 2018 and must be commenced before 13th October 2021. Listed Building Consent Refence 2018/2187.
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