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Coast Road, Bacton

Guide Price £700,000 | 7 Bedroom | Houses

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Located on the North Norfolk coast, the village of Bacton offers beautiful sandy beaches. The county capital of Norwich is approximately 20 miles and the market town of North Walsham is approximately 6 miles and a regular bus service passes through the Village. There is a small selection of local shops and restaurants and a Public House.

The Lodge itself is an exceptional period property with a wealth of character within, such as exposed beams, inglenook fireplace, polished wood block flooring and oak skirting. A later extension provides for a three bedroom cottage capable of providing a useful income or providing annexe accommodation for a family member. Also attached to the property is a small shop, suitable for us as a small boutique or craft shop.

The gardens are a real joy, extending in all to approximately 2.5 acres (subject to a measured survey) These are formal grounds and include a tennis court.

GROUND FLOOR The property is entered via an enclosed porch with a wood panelled ceiling which in turn leads to a lobby providing access to the cloakroom. The lobby also provides access via a heavy wooded door to the magnificent Reception Hall complete with bar, polished wood block flooring, exposed ceiling beams and fireplace. A window to the front of the property. Off the Reception Hall is a magnificent Sitting Room/Library with a wide semi-circular bay to the front, and one wall fitted with a central fireplace housing a multi fuel stove and beautiful oak book selves either side. The dining room sits at the rear of the library and is another fantastic room with its wide bay window overlooking the grounds, oak panelled curved ceiling and original fireplace with oak surround. The family room opens out to the gardens through French Doors and also has wood block floor, exposed ceiling beams and an original serving hatch too. This room then leads to the Breakfast Room which is beautifully proportioned with access to the utility room and ample built in storage. A feature of this room is the gas fired Aga. The kitchen comes next with a comprehensive range of base and wall storage cupboards with integrated hob, oven and walk-in pantry. Returning to the lobby there is a further inner hallway leading to the sauna and shower room and completing the ground floor of the main house is the garden room which, as expected provides access to the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR A turning staircase leads to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms. The master bedroom sits at the front of the house and overlooks the front garden. There is a period fireplace, a range of fitted cupboards, through the centre of which is the concealed entrance to the ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom overlooking the rear garden also has an ensuite shower room and period fireplace. Bedroom three has a window to the side and also has an ensuite shower room and concluding the first floor of the main house is bedroom four overlooking the rear and with a built in wardrobe.

COACHMAN'S COTTAGE The cottage is accessed through the side porch and is completely self-contained from that point. The entrance hall provides access to the cloakroom and leads to the large open plan kitchen/dining room which offers a good range of units and ample space to dine as well. An archway opens up to the garden room which in turn opens up to the rear terrace and garden.

A turning staircase then leads to the beautifully proportioned first floor accommodation which offers three bedrooms, a family bathroom and a large sitting room which enjoys beautiful open views iover the rear garden.

SHOP The current owners run a bespoke doll repairing business from this unit but it does have full business planning in place. Applicants might wish to consider incorporating this room in to Coachman's Cottage.

GROUNDS The property stands in superb formal gardens extending to approximately 2.5 acres (STMS). At the front of the property is a sweeping gravel driveway with flint and brick wall to the boundary. A side access then leads all the way along the beautiful lawned gardens to the North Walsham Road which has vehicular rights. The grounds are mostly lawned to include a tennis court but are also interspersed with numerous mature shrubs and trees creating a beautiful picture of year round colour. Outbuildings include a Polytunnel, two Greenhouses, a Summer House and large industrial workshop.

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