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The Street, Tibenham, Norfolk, NR16

££1,200,000

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Palmer & Partners are delighted to present to the market this impressive and substantial Grade II listed farmhouse situated on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Tibenham and ideally located for long walks through the South Norfolk countryside. The location of this property is perfect for ramblers, dog walkers, and those who enjoy the tranquillity of village life. The farmhouse, which is of oak timber frame construction with colour wash rendered elevations under a pitched clay tiled roof, occupies a considerable plot extending to 0.6 acre (subject to survey), and is set well back off a country lane and shielded by retaining wall and mature hedging and trees providing a huge amount of seclusion. The farmhouse comes with a double garage and workshop, two wood stores, and is adjacent to fields offering breathtaking and uninterrupted countryside views. Dating back to the early 1600s, the dwelling retains many fantastic original features including copious amounts of exposed timbers and beams, wood burning stoves and Inglenook fireplaces, and over the years has been significantly refurbished to include a contemporary kitchen and bathroom, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. The property is heated by an oil fired central heating system, is being sold with no onward chain, and in latter years the tithe barn has had planning permission to be converted into a separate annexe and still lends itself for the possibility (subject to planning permission) potentially offering multi-generational family living.

The accommodation is in the region of 3,600 sq ft with well-proportioned rooms comprising two generous reception rooms, one of which has a mezzanine level; five double bedrooms; conservatory; 29ft kitchen / dining / family room with further mezzanine level; four bathrooms including family bathroom, ground floor shower room, Jack & Jill en-suite shower room and luxurious en-suite bathroom; laundry / boot room and separate scullery.

The idyllic village of Tibenham has a public house, village hall and church, with a further extensive range of day-to-day amenities to be found in the market town of Diss which is just 7 miles away and offers a mainline railway station providing direct train services to Norwich and London Liverpool Street. Within 10 miles of Tibenham lies Wymondham and Attleborough and just 6 miles away, is the village of Long Stratton.

EPC Rating: N/A

Palmer & Partners are delighted to present to the market this impressive and substantial Grade II listed farmhouse situated on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Tibenham and ideally located for long walks through the South Norfolk countryside. The location of this property is perfect for ramblers, dog walkers, and those who enjoy the tranquillity of village life. The farmhouse, which is of oak timber frame construction with colour wash rendered elevations under a pitched clay tiled roof, occupies a considerable plot extending to 0.6 acre (subject to survey), and is set well back off a country lane and shielded by retaining wall and mature hedging and trees providing a huge amount of seclusion. The farmhouse comes with a double garage and workshop, two wood stores, and is adjacent to fields offering breathtaking and uninterrupted countryside views. Dating back to the early 1600s, the dwelling retains many fantastic original features including copious amounts of exposed timbers and beams, wood burning stoves and Inglenook fireplaces, and over the years has been significantly refurbished to include a contemporary kitchen and bathroom, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. The property is heated by an oil fired central heating system, is being sold with no onward chain, and in latter years the tithe barn has had planning permission to be converted into a separate annexe and still lends itself for the possibility (subject to planning permission) potentially offering multi-generational family living.

The accommodation is in the region of 3,600 sq ft with well-proportioned rooms comprising two generous reception rooms, one of which has a mezzanine level; five double bedrooms; conservatory; 29ft kitchen / dining / family room with further mezzanine level; four bathrooms including family bathroom, ground floor shower room, Jack & Jill en-suite shower room and luxurious en-suite bathroom; laundry / boot room and separate scullery.

The idyllic village of Tibenham has a public house, village hall and church, with a further extensive range of day-to-day amenities to be found in the market town of Diss which is just 7 miles away and offers a mainline railway station providing direct train services to Norwich and London Liverpool Street. Within 10 miles of Tibenham lies Wymondham and Attleborough and just 6 miles away, is the village of Long Stratton.

EPC Rating: N/A

Outside    The gardens have been extremely well-maintained; are extensively laid to lawn with established hedging and trees providing an exceptional amount of seclusion and privacy; and are well-stocked with a variety of fruit trees including apple, cherry and plum trees together with blackberry bushes. Within the gardens are two log stores, a summerhouse, and from the rear are spectacular field views. To the front, the property is shielded by retaining wall with double iron gates which open onto a sweeping gravel driveway providing ample off-road parking.

Entrance    You access this impressive farmhouse through a solid wood door into an entrance porch which in turn leads into the entrance lobby with stairs up to the first floor and doors off to the reception room and laundry / boot room.

Reception One 15'10" (4.83m) (15'10" (4.83m)) x 14'11" (4.55m) (14'11" (4.55m)). The wonderful dual aspect room, with window to the front and door opening out to the rear garden, is full of exposed timbers and beams with the main focal point being the huge Inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer beam, exposed inner red brickwork and inset cast iron stove set upon a pamment tiled hearth; and next to the fireplace is the original bread oven.

Laundry / Boot Room 15'7" (4.75m) (15'7" (4.75m)) x 14'11" (4.55m) (14'11" (4.55m)). This was formerly a kitchen and is fitted with an extensive range of base level units with Corian work surfaces and integrated washing machine, double oven and Miele induction electric touch hob. This room is triple aspect with windows to the front and rear and door opening out to the side; and is full of exposed timbers and beams with a period Inglenook fireplace with inset cast iron stove.

Reception Hall 14'11" (4.55m) (14'11" (4.55m)) x 6'4" (1.93m) (6'4" (1.93m)). Off the front reception room is this generous hallway with window to the front aspect, exposed timbers and beams, period brace and batten door, and stairs up to the first floor. The hallway provides access to the ground floor shower room, second reception room and vestibule which in turn provides access the conservatory.

Shower Room 9'7" (2.92m) (9'7" (2.92m)) max x 7'6" (2.29m) (7'6" (2.29m)) max. There is a three piece suite comprising fully tiled double shower cubicle, low-level WC and vanity hand wash basin; a built-in cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder; heated towel rail; underfloor heating; and obscure window to the side aspect.

Reception Two 16'8" (5.08m) (16'8" (5.08m)) max x 13'1" (3.99m) (13'1" (4m)). The magnificent triple aspect room has a stunning vaulted ceiling, being 17ft in height, with stairs up to a mezzanine level (14'10" x 9'9") which offers spectacular views across the garden and would make an ideal office space. There is an Inglenook fireplace with exposed red brickwork and inset cast iron stove set upon a pamment tiled hearth and the room is full of exposed timbers and beams.

Conservatory 15'2" (4.62m) (15'2" (4.62m)) max x 8'6" (2.59m) (8'6" (2.6m)) max. The conservatory has a large window to the front aspect with further smaller windows to the side and rear; doors opening out to both the front and rear; and further doors leading to the scullery and kitchen.

Kitchen / Dining / Family Room 29'10" (9.09m) (29'10" (9.1m)) x 23'1" (7.04m) (23'1" (7.04m)) max. Leading off from the conservatory is an impressive kitchen / dining / family room which is a converted barn full of exposed timbers and beams with feature Inglenook fireplace and inset cast iron stove. There are windows to the rear and sides, door opening out to the side, a stunning vaulted ceiling, and stairs up to another mezzanine level (13'1" max x 9'6" max). The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern base level units with sandstone work surface, a butler sink, and space for an Aga.

Scullery 6'2" (1.88m) (6'2" (1.88m)) x 4'6" (1.37m) (4'6" (1.37m)). The scullery has a window to the rear aspect, roll edge work surfaces with inset sink, and space for washing machine and tumble dryer.

First Floor Landing    There is a window to the front aspect, stairs up to the second floor, and doors to two of the bedrooms.

Bedroom One 15'8" (4.78m) (15'8" (4.78m)) x 14'11" (4.55m) (14'11" (4.55m)). The generous double bedroom is dual aspect with two windows to the front with another window overlooking the rear garden; is full of exposed timbers and beams; and has period brace and batten doors providing access to bedroom two and the Jack & Jill en-suite shared with the second bedroom. The Jack & Jill en-suite comprises shower cubicle, low-level WC and hand wash basin.

Bedroom Two 15'7" (4.75m) (15'7" (4.75m)) x 14'11" (4.55m) (14'11" (4.55m)). Another generous double bedroom which is triple aspect with windows to the front, rear and sides; is full of exposed timbers and beams with a period fireplace with exposed brickwork from the chimney breast; and period brace and batten door into the Jack & Jill en-suite.

Bedroom Three 11'2" (3.40m) (11'2" (3.4m)) x 7'5" (2.26m) (7'5" (2.26m)). A further double bedroom which is dual aspect with windows to the front and side, and exposed timbers and beams.

Bathroom 8'2" (2.49m) (8'2" (2.5m)) x 6'2" (1.88m) (6'2" (1.88m)). This good size bathroom comprises bath with shower attachment, low-level WC and vanity hand wash basin; is full of exposed timbers and beams; and has an obscure window to the side aspect.

Second Floor Bedroom Four 18'8" (5.69m) (18'8" (5.7m)) x 9'10" (3.00m) (9'10" (3m)). This fantastic size double bedroom has a window to the rear aspect, vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and beams, stairs leading up from the first floor landing, and doors opening into an inner hallway which in turn leads into bedroom five, and a luxurious three piece en-suite (10'10" x 9'10") comprising roll top bath with claw feet, low-level WC and hand wash basin.

Bedroom Five 15'10" (4.83m) (15'10" (4.83m)) x 9'10" (3.00m) (9'10" (3m)). The final good size double bedroom is dual aspect with windows to the front and rear and is full of exposed timbers and beams.



Tenure: Freehold

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