- 3 bed
- 2 bath
- Attractive Gardens and Parking
- Distant Countryside Views
- Double glazing
- Downstairs Shower Room
- Kitchen and Dining Room
- Sitting Room
- Spacious Bathroom
- Three Double Bedrooms
A delightful, tastefully renovated and extended detached cottage full of character in a small rural hamlet between Dereham and Attleborough, with no onward chain.
Location Reymerston is a pretty rural hamlet surrounded by countryside, some six miles south of Dereham, 8.7 miles north of Attleborough and 15 miles west of Norwich. Within the village there is just a church with the nearest primary schools at Garvestone, just 1.5 miles and the splendid Georgian town of Hingham which also has a variety of local shops, doctors surgery and pub. Much more extensive facilities to include a variety of shopping, supermarkets, banks, sporting facilities and fast food outlets can be found at Dereham and Attleborough with main line railway station connecting Norwich to London Liverpool Street.
Description This delightful, tastefully renovated and extended detached cottage is full of character tucked away down a small no-through lane with just three other neighbouring properties.
Believed to date from the mid-1800’s, September Cottage started life as three farm workers cottages until the current renovation was undertaken creating a single property. The delightful accommodation has sealed unit double glazing, solar panels providing hot water and electric radiators with wood burning stoves in the cosy and comfortable sitting room and snug and an electric Aga in the bespoke fitted kitchen. Beyond the kitchen is a bright and airy dining room with French doors leading to the rear garden whilst at the other end of the house, a further room on the ground floor makes an ideal study. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, all are doubles and the principal has fitted wardrobing. There is a spacious bathroom alongside the bedrooms and on the ground floor, a shower room. There are exposed timbers in a number of the rooms, reclaimed pine floorboards in the majority of the rooms and the tasteful and stylish decoration is Farrow and Ball.
Outside there is a most attractive rear garden with southerly aspect to include two extensive patio areas and a small outhouse. The garden has a southerly aspect at the rear with views and plenty of walks in the surround countryside.
If your requirement is a permanent family or holiday home in a peaceful rural location then September Cottage is well worthy of early viewing.
The accommodation comprises:-
Stable entrance door to:-
Kitchen 11′ 8" x 13′ 8" (3.56m x 4.17m) (Side Aspect) Most attractively fitted with bespoke units and comprising a deep white butler style sink with mixer tap and cupboards under, adjacent oak worktops with drawers, space for fridge and plumbing for automatic washing machine, further double cupboard unit with oak work surface over, matching plate rack and shelving unit, two further display shelves, original 1950’s (now electric) Aga finished in cream and black with Fired Earth tiled splashback, cooker point, turning staircase with carpet to the first floor. Five wall lights, tiled floor opening to:-
Dining Room 12′ 6" x 11′ 2" (3.81m x 3.4m) (Triple Aspect) A delightful room with reclaimed polished floorboards, electric radiator, four wall lights, exposed ceiling timber and French doors leading to the rear garden and patio.
OPEN CUPBOARD 5′ 7" x 3′ 4" (1.7m x 1.02m) (Side Aspect) With shelving and quarry tiled floor.
WET ROOM 9′ 0" x 5′ 10" (2.74m x 1.78m) (Rear Aspect) White Savoy period-style suite comprising low level WC with oak finish seat and hand basin on chrome frame with glass shelf. Fired Earth splashback, double shower cubicle with independent Myra shower unit, Fired Earth tiled walls, extractor fan, electric radiator, quarry tiled floor, inset ceiling downlights.
Sitting Room 13′ 8" (into alcoves) x 11′ 7" (4.17m x 3.53m) With inglenook style fireplace with Bressemer beam pamment hearth continued into both alcoves and wood burning stove, three wall lights, TV point, reclaimed polished floorboards, exposed ceiling timbers. Opening with recess and wall-light to:-
SNUG 14′ 1" x 11′ 8" (4.29m x 3.56m) (Front and Rear Aspect) Inglenook style fireplace with Bressemer beam and pamment hearth continued into the alcove with wood burning stove. TV point, reclaimed polished floorboards, two wall lights, open storage recess with wall light, impressive exposed ceiling timbers. Opening with wall light to:-
Study 11′ 10" x 9′ 1" (3.61m x 2.77m) (Triple Aspect) With wall light, polished pine reclaimed floorboards, exposed ceiling timbers, part-glazed stable door to the rear garden.
Split Level Landing 24′ 6" x 2′ 8" plus 8′ x 3′ (7.47m x 0.81m) (Rear Aspect) Most attractive countryside views, three wall lights, part carpeted and polished reclaimed pine floorboards, electric radiator, exposed ceiling timbers, built-in linen cupboard.
Principal Bedroom 16′ 5" x 12′ 5" (9′ 5" minimum) (5m x 3.78m) (Front Aspect) To include fitted wardrobing, exposed ceiling timbers and studwork, wall light, cast-iron fireplace and carpet.
Bedroom 2 16′ 1" x 9′ 4" (4.9m x 2.84m) (Front Aspect) Two wall lights, polished reclaimed pine floorboards, exposed ceiling timbers.
Bedroom 3 12′ 5" x 9′ 5" (3.78m x 2.87m) (Front and Rear Aspect) Wall light, access to roof space, polished reclaimed pine floorboards, distant countryside views.
Bathroom 11′ 9" x 9′ 7" (6′ 6" minimum) (3.58m x 2.92m) (Side and Rear Aspect) White suite comprising of twin grip panelled bath, low level WC with oak finish seat and Savoy period-style hand basin on chrome frame with towel rails, electric radiator, two wall light points, extractor fan, Fired Earth tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, access to roof space, velux window, built-in cupboard housing the hot water tank and controls for the solar panels.
Outside To the west of the property is a shared gravel driveway providing parking with attractive border of spring flowers, shrubs and roses. Outside light. To the east of the property a further gravelled area providing parking for one or two vehicles. Delightful rear garden with two extensive paved patio areas and lawn, outside tap and lighting with screen fencing and trellis to all boundaries. Small store with pantiled roof (7′ 10" x 6 ‘1") with circular window.
Services Mains water, electricity and septic tank drainage are available.
Local Authority/Council Tax Breckland District Council, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham NR19 1EE
Telephone: 01362 656871
Tax Band: E
EPC Rating The Energy Rating for this property is to be D. A Full Energy Performance Certificate will be available on request.
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