Listed manor house in Northwold is in superb condition
This Grade II listed Manor House dating from 1598 is in superb condition and situated within the desirable Norfolk village of Northwold.
The extensive accommodation includes four reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as about one third of an acre.
It has some very special Tudor features including fireplaces and ovolo brick mullioned windows.
The property has an early Victorian addition together with more recent improvements including a new front garden wall, porch, kitchen, utility room and attic conversion.
It stands well back and is screened from the road by a high wall giving lots of privacy.
There are large lawned gardens to the front with established and mature cottage style borders.
There are further lawned gardens to the rear.
Among its rooms, the drawing room has a Tudor fireplace with flagstone hearth, woodburner stove, bressemer beam over, oak flooring, oak beams, open studwork and traditional cast iron radiators.
Three steps lead upto the reception which is a great room that could be used for a variety of uses with raised floor level.
There is oak flooring, open studwork and wall lights.
The dining room has an attractive fireplace, built-in cupboard and traditional cast iron radiator.
In the sitting room is an attractive fireplace with wood burner stove, part pine panelling and built-in shelving and cupboards.
The kitchen/breakfast room has lots of space for a farmhouse style table.
It is fitted with Corian worktops, solid oak bespoke cupboards and drawers and dresser style glazed cupboards. There is a flagstone floor and traditional cast iron radiator.
The utility room is fitted with matching worktops and cupboards to the kitchen, flagstone floor, oil fired condensing boiler and stable type door to the back garden.
The master bedroom has a Tudor fireplace, double aspect windows and oak boarded floor.
The family bathroom is a white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal hand wash basin and high level wc.
The property is approached through a five bar gate with long gravel drive leading to a double cart lodge with good size storage area.
With a population of about 1,000, Northwold benefits from a pub, primary school and a sports and social club.
The village is seven miles north of Brandon which is the closest railway station on the Thetford to Ely line.
The guide price is £600,000.
Contact Fine & Country on 01284 718822.