Agents Marshall Buck and Casson describe the £465,000 Florence Cottage as ‘a perfect blend of old-meets-new’.
This property has parts dating from the 17th century but has had later additions, the last in 2005.
It offers a wealth of character features including an inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and original brick floors.
In addition, the property is in a lovely plot on The Green, North Lopham, with open country views to the rear.
The solid wood front door opens onto a 4.9m by 4.09m hall with exposed timbers and a bay window overlooking the rear garden with double doors to rear terrace. It has solid oak flooring.
The 8m by 3.56m drawing room has a triple bay window to front and two windows to either side, but its great feature is the red brick inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel burner set on a pamment hearth. It also has exposed timbers.
As well as a 3.86m by 3.58m dining room there is a 5.13m by 3.86m kitchen diner with a range of matching wall and floor mounted units with work surfaces over and an inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap.
It also has a water softener, space for range cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, two pull-out larders and two integral fridges.
There is also a 4.67m by 3.81m sitting room and an entertainments room.
The 4.57m by 3.05m master bedroom is also downstairs with double doors to the rear garden. It has full length fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room with Victorian-style basin and a WC.
Upstairs is a family bathroom and three more bedrooms, the smallest being 2.77m by 2.34m.
Contact Marshall Buck and Casson on 01284 705505 or www.marshallbuckandcasson.co.uk