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Wood Dalling Road, Corpusty

Guide Price £875,000 | 5 Bedroom | Houses

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This period farmhouse, believed to date from the 18th Century with later 19th Century alterations and additions. The house is traditionally constructed of brick, colour washed, under a tiled roof and retains much period detail.

Significant improvements have been carried out to include the remodelling of the kitchen to create a superb large farmhouse kitchen/dining room with custom built fitted kitchen and also equipped with 4-oven Aga.

An outstanding feature of the property is its unspoilt rural position set in mature and well stocked gardens and grounds. There is meadowland bordering a stream, a tributary of the River Bure to the east. The house is situated in a sheltered position in the lea of a small valley.

Valley Farm is situated about 3/4 mile from the village of Corpusty, which has a post office and village store, together with a pub and primary school. More extensive shopping facilities can be found in the Georgian town of Holt, 6 miles to the north, as well as the renowned Greshams public school. The North Norfolk coast, much of which is classified as an area of outstanding natural beauty, offers excellent sailing and bird watching facilities, with the village of Blakeney 10 miles from Corpusty. The market town of Aylsham is about 6 miles, with Blickling Hall situated nearby.

Part stained glazed oak panelled front door to:

ENTRANCE HALL Quarry patterned tiled floor. Radiator. Exposed ceiling beams. Stairway to first floor. Steps down and opening to dining room. Wood panelled door to:

SMALL SITTING ROOM 14' 3" x 13' 9" (4.34m x 4.19m) Fireplace with multi fuel burner, timber surround and mantel over, pamment hearth. Radiator. Window to front. Exposed ceiling beams. Fitted cupboard.

DINING/FAMILY ROOM 19' 9" max 16'2" min x 11' 4" (6.02m x 3.45m) Wood burner. Wood board flooring. Radiator. Window to rear. Glazed panel French doors to rear garden. Timber panelled door to kitchen/dining room. timber panelled door to:

LOUNGE 26' 6" x 13' 10" min 14'7" max (8.08m x 4.22m) Inglenook fireplace, pamment hearth, bressummer beam over, inset wood burner. 3 radiators. Windows to front side and rear. Exposed beams. Glazed panelled French doors to outside.

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 25' 8" x 14' 11" (7.82m x 4.55m) Fitted comprising Butler sink with mixer tap, range of granite work surfaces. Oak units. Oil fired Aga. Built-in electric induction hob and oven. Ceramic tiled floor. Plumbing for dishwasher. Fireplace recess. Windows to front and side. Glazed panelled French doors to outside. Pantry with plumbing for washing machine. Part glazed timber panelled door to:

SIDE ENTRANCE LOBBY Ceramic tiled floor. Part glazed oak door to outside. Timber panelled door to:

CLOAKROOM White suite comprising wash hand basin and WC. Ceramic tiled flooring. wall mounted electric heater. Window to rear.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to rear. Loft access.

MASTER BEDROOM 20'2" max 11'11" min x 14' 1" (6.1m x 4.29m) Radiator. Windows to front and rear. Built-in cupboards and wardrobe. Exposed timber beams. Timber panelled door to:

EN SUITE BATHROOM White suite comprising roll top bath, vanity mounted wash hand basin to dresser unit, separate shower cubicle and wc. Heated towel rail. Window to front.

BEDROOM 2 14' 2" x 12' 6" (4.32m x 3.81m) Radiator. Window to front.

BEDROOM 3 14' 2" x 9' 11" (4.32m x 3.02m) Radiator. Window to side. Eaves cupboards.

BEDROOM 4 14' 2" x 11' 5" (4.32m x 3.48m) Radiator. Window to side and rear.

BEDROOM 5 11' 5" x 7' 3" (3.48m x 2.21m) Radiator. window to rear.

BATHROOM White suite comprising panel sided bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and wc. Radiator with towel rail. Window to rear.

OUTSIDE The house is approached from the west via a gravel drive, which leads to a large gravel turning and parking area. To the side of the house there is a brick built garage under a tiled roof. The house is screened from the lane by a mature hedge. To the south of the house there is a paved terrace with a nearby mulberry tree and a pergola trained with climbing shrubs overlooking a area of lawned garden. To the rear and south east of the property there is a further area of lawned garden, again well hedged. Former milking shed and pony stable now used as a log store. To the east of the house there is a most attractive area of garden, again put down to grass and with a further paved terrace adjoining the house. To the north is hedged orchard will a good variety of fruit trees and a walnut tree. Adjacent to the orchard is a fenced hard court tennis court.

Beyond this is a meadow of approximately 1.5 acres, well hedged and trees along the boundaries with a stand of larch to the northeast. There is a further 1 acre of natural meadow land to the north east divided by a mature hedge with some fine oak trees and bounded by a stream on the east.There is a summerhouse house overlooking the natural pond. There is a substantial former pig building constructed of concrete block, partly weather boarded and re-roofed. The building is useful for the storage of garden machinery or as a workshop etc.

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