With grounds stretching to approximately 7.5 acres, this beautiful smallholding close to Diss would make a delightful country retreat.
Located in the village of Thelnetham, Oak Tree Farm sits off a single track lane adjacent to an area of special scientific interest.
Built on the site of a former period farmhouse around 40 years ago, the property provides versatile accommodation although may be considered to be ‘cosmetically dated’.
The wide range of outbuildings and plot of 7.5 acres (subject to survey) would make it ideal for anyone with equestrian interests or looking to keep livestock.
A panelled front door leads to the reception hall, with a full-length window to the side, built in cupboards and stairs to the first floor.
The sitting room has windows to the side and rear and offers views over the garden, meadows and woodland beyond. It features a log burning stove and a raised hearth with display plinth to the rear.
The sitting room opens into the dining area, which has a window to the side and leads into the kitchen.
Fitted with an extensive range of base and wall units, the kitchen also features roll top work surfaces, an inset halogen hob and a built in double oven and grill.
Adjoining the kitchen is the utility room, with fitted units, an inset one and a half bowl sink, and space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine.
The garden room has windows to the rear and a part glazed outside door, with a personal door to the garage and access to the cloakroom.
Downstiars there is also a study and ground floor bedroom, with built in wardrobe and an ensuite shower room.
On the first floor, the landing has a range of built in storage cupboards including a linen cupboard.
Bedroom two has French doors leading to a balcony and built in wardrobes. Bedrooms three and four also have built in cupboards, with the latter boasting views to the rear.
The family bathroom features a panelled bath with shower screen and a bidet.
Oak Tree Farm’s formal gardens are divided into sections enclosed by hedging and fencing, and are laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and mature trees.
Twin gates give access to a large courtyard providing ample parking. This leads to the large open bay garaging.
To the side is an original barn, and there is also a more recently constructed stable area with three loose boxes and a tack room.
There is also a range of ‘post barns’, providing useful storage or livestock areas.
The meadows are enclosed by hedging and fencing and are interspersed with mature trees.
With Richard Green, Bury 755552. Guide price £629,950.