- Detached Period Property
- 4/5 Double Bedrooms (1 en-suite)
- Air source heat pump (RHI pay back until 2023)
- .40 acre plot (stms)
- South Facing Garden, Wonderful Rural Views
A stunning, detached, period property dating from the 1840's with later additions. Occupying a wonderful rural position on the outskirts of Southrepps. Four/five bedrooms (one en-suite), three reception rooms, garage, highly efficient air source heat pump. Generous .40 acre plot (stms) with wonderful south facing garden and rural undulating fields beyond.
LOCATION Southrepps is a popular North Norfolk village located about 5 miles South East of Cromer. The village benefits from a local shop, post office, public house, church and neighbouring Lower Southrepps has a primary school. Gunton railway station provides regular services on the Norwich to Sheringham line. A large swath of the Norfolk Coast is within easy travelling distance of the village.
ACCOMODATION Main front entrance door leading into:
RECEPTION HALL Upon entering turn left for lounge and kitchen or right for study/bedroom 5 and shower room. Cloak cupboard (incorporating fuse box) with painted wood door, storage area with plumbing for washing machine, radiator, ceiling light. Tiled floor, stairs to 1st floor.
KITCHEN 17' 5" x 6' 11" (5.31m x 2.11m) The kitchen is a wonderful family room with wooden double glazed windows to the front and openings through to the breakfast room. Butler sink, solid wood worktop/drainer, pine units under, pine freestanding pantry cupboard, gas range cooker (supplied by bottled gas). Space for fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is a centre pillar with a built in dresser separating the two rooms. Tiled splashbacks, telephone point. Openings to the breakfast room.
BREAKFAST ROOM 16' 5" x 11' 0" (5m x 3.35m) MAX The heart of the home, a great place for family gatherings. Double glazed wooden window to side, fire place (not currently in use), large space for table and seating, pine built in bookcase, wall and ceiling lights, radiator, tiled floor. Bi-fold glazed doors through to the formal dining room.
DINING ROOM 16' 4" x 9' 11" (4.98m x 3.02m) Light and airy room with space for a large dining table. Large storage cupboard with power point, carpet, radiator, ceiling light and stable door to the outside. Wonderful views through the double glazed wooden windows to the rear south facing garden and rolling fields beyond. Glazed door through to the lounge.
LOUNGE 22' 3" x 13' 2" (6.78m x 4.01m) Lovely relaxing room with open fire place, centre beam, radiator, ceiling and wall lights, TV point, carpet, double glazed wooden windows to rear with lovely views. Side doors to south facing patio area and garden. Door to entrance hall.
STUDY/BEDROOM 5 12' 4" x 11' 2" (3.76m x 3.4m) Bright spacious room currently used as a study but would suit as a 5th bedroom with the handy shower room just across the hall. Feature exposed flint wall, new double glazed patio door to garden, double glazed wooden window to side, radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 9' 11" x 3' 11" (3.02m x 1.19m) Fully tiled shower area with Mira electric shower, low level WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit under, radiator, extractor fan and tiled floor, window to side.
LANDING From the entrance hall carpeted stair case to the 1st floor landing. Sloping ceiling and feature pitched double glazed wooden window to front. Carpet, radiator, smoke detector and ceiling light. Airing cupboard housing Nibe air source heat pump controls for the heating and hot water, hot water tank. NOTE the air source heating benefits from the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme and the owners receive a payment quarterly which covers their total electricity costs. This scheme is transferable to the new owners and runs until 2023.
FAMILY BATHROOM 8' 0" x 6' 10" (2.44m x 2.08m) Feature double glazed wooden pitched window to front. Panelled bath with tiled surround, inset wash hand basin, WC with concealed cistern. Shaver point, radiator, extractor fan and carpet.
BEDROOM 1 13' 4" x 11' 0" (4.06m x 3.35m) From the landing step up to the 1st double bedroom with original stripped pine door, south facing views of the garden and beyond. Double glazed wooden windows. Door to ensuite, carpet, radiator, built in shelving, access to loft.
ENSUITE 6' 10" x 5' 10" (2.08m x 1.78m) Step down from bedroom one to the ensuite, painted wooden door, double glazed wooden window to side, Corner shower cubicle with mains shower, fully tiled cubicle. Low level concealed cistern WC and wash hand basin. Radiator, extractor fan and carpet.
BEDROOM 2 11' 0" x 8' 4" (3.35m x 2.54m) MAX From landing step up to double bedroom 2, south facing double glazed wooden windows to rear. original stripped pine door. Access to loft, radiator and carpet.
BEDROOM 3 11' 0" x 7' 10" (3.35m x 2.39m) Step up from landing to double bedroom 3. Painted wooden door. South facing, double glazed wooden windows to rear, radiator and carpet.
BEDROOM 4 19' 3" x 12' 1" (5.87m x 3.68m) MAX Double bedroom 4. Split level, partly sloping roof, vanity unit with wash hand basin. South and westerly aspects. Would make a great teenagers room or alternately could be remodelled to have an ensuite. Double glazed wooden windows, radiator, access to loft.
OUTSIDE Mylor cottage has access from the road over a private loke belonging to the neighbouring property. A five bar gate leads to the gravelled parking area and brick single garage. To the front of the house there are timber raised beds and a sitting area, coal shed and larger timber shed. As you walk round to the west side of the property there is the heat exchanger for the air source heat pump. A gravel pathway leads round to the side to the south facing garden with numerous shrubs, flower beds and lawned areas. There is a greenhouse and vegetable growing area.
The property benefits from cavity wall insulation and dry lining to solid walls.
DIRECTIONS Head out of North Walsham on the Cromer Road to Thorpe Market. Proceed through the village until you get to the cross roads. Turn right onto Thorpe Road. Proceed for just over 1/2 a mile and the property will be found on your right.
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