The property has been utilised by the current owners for thirty-five years as a family home, and for keeping their cattle and sheep. The land is a combination of pasture and arable, and there are various outbuildings.
Northwold is a village located seven miles north of Brandon, which is also the closest railway station on the Thetford to Ely line. It lies just to the north of the A134 between Thetford and King’s Lynn on the River Wissey. The village has a primary school and a church.
Price Guide £750,000 Ref: AR5983
A detached house with oil-fired central heating and double glazing. There is the following accommodation, please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes
Utility Room tiled flooring, electric storage heater, plumbing for washing machine, 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap and tiled splashback, a range of wall and base units, window to front, door to front
Shower Room wash hand basin, WC, electric shower cubicle, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, shaving point, window to rear
Cloak Cupboard window to rear, tiled floor
Inner Hallway fitted cupboards, tiled floor
Kitchen / Breakfast Room with a range of fitted wall and base units with rolled edge work surfaces, single drainer sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, tiled floor, integrated Neff dishwasher, integrated fridge, electric cooker with extractor over, window to rear, radiator
Main Entrance Hall door to front, stairs off to first floor, radiator
Dining Room window to rear, radiator, coving, open plan to:
Sitting Room windows to front, side and rear, three radiators, electric fire set in marble effect inset hearth with wooden surround, coving
Landing window to front, access to loft space, coving, radiator, fitted linen cupboard
Bathroom wash hand basin, WC, bath, part tiled walls window to side, radiator
Bedroom One windows to front and rear, fitted storage cupboard, radiator
Bedroom Two window to rear, radiator
Bedroom Three window to rear, radiator, fitted wardrobe, tank / airing cupboard
Price Guide £750,000Ref: AR5983
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
There are formal gardens to three sides of the property.
To the front there is an area of block paving and lawns.
To the side there is a driveway giving access to the rear of the property and a pedestrian gate to the front of the property.
Further lawned gardens are found to the side and rear of the house, with mature trees.
To the rear is a Three Bay Carport with Attached Garden Store.
Located to the rear of the property are the following Outbuildings
Three Bay Cattle Store 45’ 7 x 18’ (about 13.7m x 5.5m)
Farm Implement Store 62’7 x 18’9 (about 18.7m x 5.8m)
The land is accessed from the rear of the property, with a second access via Inghams Lane.
Within the first field there is a Dutch Barn 100’ x 60’ (about 30m x 18.4m)
To the right hand side the field is bounded by a stream which is accessible as a water supply for livestock.
The remaining land is arranged as follows:
Second Field c.5 acres of grazing land
Third Field c.9 acres of grazing land
Fourth Field c.3 acres across from the river
Fifth Field c.15 acres of arable land
We understand the arable land is currently rented out; the rental agreement will not be renewed after October 2020 when the current agreement expires, and the sown crop has been harvested.
Also the grazing land is currently used by a neighbouring farmer on an informal basis, but only until the property is sold.
Both parties are aware that the property is for sale and we are assured the land will not be utilised by anyone once the sale is agreed / tenancies expired.
The land is mainly level, with some slightly undulating
IN ALL APPROX.40 ACRES (About 16 Hectares)
Nb. A public footpath / bridge crosses the land at the end of the first paddock.
The property is also offered with less land, approx. 6 acres which would include the residence, first field and gardens.
Price Guide £750,000Ref: AR5983
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