- 4 bed
- 1 bath
- Character Features
- Delightful Gardens
- Family Bathroom
- Four Bedrooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Oil Central Heating and Double Glazing
- Reception Hall
- Sitting Room and Separate Dining Room
- Snug/Family Room
- Utility and Garden Room
A particularly well presented semi detached period house standing on .36 of an acre, subject to survey, with planning permission for conversion of an out-building into a two bedroom single storey residence.
Location Briningham is a charming North Norfolk village just off the B1110, some 5 miles south west of Holt, 7 miles south of Blakeney and just over 13 miles north east of Fakenham. Norwich is approximately 22 miles.
The thriving Georgian market town of Holt is the closest for amenities and includes an exciting range of independent shopping with delicatessen, tea shops, art galleries, clothing and gift shops together with a large department store, supermarket, banks, building society, library and post office. The National Rail Network can be accessed at Sheringham via the Bittern line into Norwich.
Description The Olde White Horse was the village Inn at the centre of the community until the mid 1960s, but since then a delightful semi detached period family home with delightful gardens and standing on a total plot of .36 of an acre subject to survey. The oil centrally heated character accommodation is most attractively decorated and presented. There are four bedrooms on the first floor, all of which are doubles with two having fitted wardrobes alongside a family bathroom. On the ground floor there is a comfortable sitting room, good sized dining room and cosy snug which would also make an ideal family room. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room has two distinct areas; one with a breakfast bar and the other space to accommodate a table. Beyond is a utility and garden room and gardener’s wc.
As will be noted from our photograph there is a very good sized brick, flint and pantiled out building providing garaging and a good sized office ideal for home working or to accommodate a hobby or studio. The current owners have obtained full planning permission to convert this building into a separate single storey self-contained property comprising kitchen, dining room, sitting room, snug, hall, two bedrooms and wet room. There is a natural garden area to the rear of the building, screened by a brick and flint wall on one boundary and conifer hedging on the remaining two, with two parking spaces adjacent to the building. This building could, of course, be sold off as it stands or converted and sold as a finished article. However, this also presents an excellent conversion opportunity if purchasers are looking to accommodate an elderly relative where they want to be close to hand but provide independent living.
Part of the proposed plans have been included within our brochure but should you require further information the plans and associated documents are available online to view at North Norfolk District Council’s planning portal under Reference PF/14/0296.
Early viewing of this interesting opportunity is strongly recommended by the sole selling agents.
The accommodation to the main building comprises:
uPVC double glazed entrance door to:
Reception Hall 17′ 6" (average)x 5′ 10" (5.33m x 1.78m) To include the staircase with carpet to the first floor, useful cloaks/storage cupboard under stairs, radiator, two wall light points and quarry tiled floor.
Sitting Room 15′ 11" (into alcove) x 12′ 3" (4.85m x 3.73m) (Front Aspect) With feature fireplace comprising brick recess with woodburner standing on a quarry tiled hearth, radiator with radiator cover, four wall light points, picture rail, engineered oak flooring and opening to:
Dining Room 14′ 0" (into alcoves) x 13′ 7" (4.27m x 4.14m) (Front Aspect) Recess with tv point, shelved alcove, radiator with cover, two wall light points, engineered oak flooring, door to the kitchen and exposed ceiling timbers.
Snug/Family Room 14′ 1" x 11′ 6" (from the base of the chimney breast) (4.29m x 3.51m) (Double Aspect) Feature fireplace with multi fuel stove on a quarry tiled hearth, two attractive arched and shelved alcoves with shelving, double radiator, three wall light points, carpet and exposed ceiling timbers.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 12′ 9" x 11′ 4" (average) (3.89m x 3.45m) (plus 13′ 6" x 7′ 8") (Front and Rear Aspect) The rear of the kitchen is most attractively fitted with shaker style units finished in cream with timber handles and beech worktops over comprising inset Butler sink with mixer tap and cupboards under, base cupboard and drawer units with worktops over, plumbing for dishwasher, part tiled walls, fireplace recess with timber mantle housing the oil fired Aga, matching double cupboard and plate rack, dividing archway, further excellent range of base cupboard and drawer units with beech worktops over, inset four ring electric hob and built under electric oven, breakfast bar with space for two stools and cupboard under, tall cupboard, matching wall cupboards with space for integrated extractor hood, part tiled walls, space for upright fridge/freezer, exposed ceiling timber, ceramic tiled floor and door to utility room.
Utility Room 9′ 8" (average) x 6′ 3" (average) (2.95m x 1.91m) (Side Aspect Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with double cupboard under, adjacent worktop with plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer, oil fired boiler serving the central heating and domestic hot water, tiled splash backs, quarry tiled floor, door to garden room and door to:
Storage Room 7′ 0" x 5′ 3" (average) (2.13m x 1.6m) (Side Aspect) With power, light, vinyl flooring and exposed ceiling timber.
Garden Room 13′ 6" x 11′ 3" (4.11m x 3.43m) (5′ 10" minimum) (Side Aspect) With ceramic tiled floor, two wall light points and opening to a small lobby with uPVC part double glazed door to the rear garden.
Cloakroom 7′ 0" x 2′ 9" (2.13m x 0.84m) With white suite comprising of low level wc and hand basin with tiled splash back and ceramic tiled floor.
Spacious Landing 14′ 2" x 6′ 2" (minimum) (4.32m x 1.88m) (plus 13′ 8" x 2′ 9") (Front and Side Aspect) With radiator, access to roof space, two wall light points and carpet.
Principal Bedroom 16′ 7" x 13′ 1" (5.05m x 3.99m) (Front Aspect) To include fitted double wardrobes with dressing table recess with lighting, tv point, shaver point, drawers under and storage cupboard over, double radiator and carpet.
Guest Bedroom 13′ 3" x 10′ 6" (4.04m x 3.2m) (7′ 6" minimum) (Front Aspect) To include built-in double wardrobe and fitted shelving, radiator and painted floorboards.
Bedroom 3 13′ 6" x 9′ 2" (4.11m x 2.79m) (Front Aspect) With radiator and carpet.
Bedroom 4 11′ 7" x 8′ 4" (3.53m x 2.54m) (Side Aspect) With radiator, carpet and door giving access to the airing cupboard.
Storage/Study 8′ 4" (from purling) x 7′ 1" (2.54m x 2.16m) (Rear Aspect) This space has very restricted head room with a ceiling height of 4′ 10". Wall light point, velux window and vinyl flooring.
Bathroom 11′ 7" x 5′ 7" (3.53m x 1.7m) (Side Aspect) With a white suite comprising of twin grip panel bath with mixer tap and independent Aqualisa Aqua Stream shower over and shower screen, low level wc with concealed hand basin and vanity hand basin with mixer tap, pop up waste and cupboards under, matching double wall cupboard, double mirror fronted cupboard with pelmet lighting, part tiled walls, inset ceiling down lighters, built-in cupboard housing the lagged hot water tank with fitted immersion heater, towel radiator and vinyl flooring.
Outside The property is approached by a double wrought iron gate giving access to an extensive gravelled driveway providing plenty of parking. A picket fence gives access to a further gravelled area with open brick and flint OUTBUILDING with pantile roof (17′ average x 12′ 4") with cold water tap. Outside lighting and power point. Attractive arched wrought iron gates lead to the rear garden. Adjacent to the gravel parking is a good size brick and flint OUTBUILDING with pantile roof comprising GARAGE (22′ x 13′ 3") with double doors, power and light, adjacent OFFICE (overall 20′ 11" x 11′ 4") with dividing wall, exposed ceiling timbers, power, light, windows to the front and side elevation and two uPVC doors giving access to the driveway. Adjoining the office is a FUEL STORE (13′ 2" x 7′ 4") with stable door. Adjacent to this outbuilding a wrought iron gate leads through to an attractive area of garden currently acting as a small orchard with six fruit trees, a fig tree and aluminium greenhouse, screened on two sides by conifers and a most attractive brick and flint wall with wrought iron gate leading through to the delightful main garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with well stocked and a wide variety of specimen flowers, shrubs and bushes together with a variety of established trees offering seclusion. The whole plot in total extends to 0.36 acre (subject to survey).
Services All mains water, drainage and electricity are available with a full re-wire having recently been undertaken. We understand that the septic tank is shared with the adjoining ‘Olde White Horse Cottage’ and that any costs are split 50/50 for emptying etc’.
Local Authority/Council Tax North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN
Tel: 01263 513811
Tax Band: E
EPC Rating The Energy Rating for this property is F. A full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.
Agents Note The out-building currently has planning permission to convert to a two bedroom single storey dwelling. Intending purchasers will be asked to produce original Identity Documentation and Proof of Address before solicitors are instructed.
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Tel: 01603 751578