The Mill House dates back to Victorian times and is constructed of brick under a pitched main roof. It is currently divided into two portions and occupies a good plot of land, being approached from a front drive which serves the entire property.
The accommodation is arranged on two floors and the principal portion of the property is approached from the front, including entrance hall, dining room, drawing room, inner lobby, kitchen, side hall and WC on the ground floor, together with landing, four bedrooms, bathroom and WC and on the first floor.
The Cottage, which is approached via the side drive, provides accommodation on two floors with side entrance lobby, sitting room, family room, kitchen and study area on the ground floor, together with landing, two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
The grounds are more than adequate for a property of this size and type, with an open front garden and more private rear garden which is partially walled, providing some privacy. There is a double brick built garage with twin up and over doors included with the property together with a smaller garage and there is scope to re-arrange the drive, dependant on requirements.
Whilst the property has been occupied as a single residence, the rear portion was let for many years to derive an income and there is scope to continue this arrangement or to incorporate the cottage area into the main house to provide a more suitable residence.
The vendors have maintained the property to a certain extent. All the windows in the property have been replaced with double glazed units. The roof has been stripped fairly recently down to the rafters and re-felted and tile battens and leadwork replaced, together with some of the tiles but the entire home needs re-arrangement and improvement throughout and offers up a great deal of potential.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. There is no mains gas and no central heating.
Stalham is situated in East Norfolk, strategically placed between Norwich and Great Yarmouth, within easy reach of Wroxham and North Walsham and close to the Norfolk Broadland Network. There are local shopping and transport facilities in Stalham itself, which is within walking distance, together with supermarket, doctors' surgery, etc. This is an excellent opportunity to live in a pleasant part of Norfolk but within easy reach of communication routes via Potter Heigham.
From Norwich, proceed through Wroxham and Hoveton and carry on along the A149. Upon reaching Stalham, ignore the first turning left into the High Street and turn left at Tesco Supermarket and continue to the junction, turning right into Yarmouth Road. Carry on along here and the property will be seen on the right hand side.
Alternatively, the property can be approached via the A47 trunk road from Norwich. On reaching Acle, continue to Potter Heigham and turn left towards Stalham and continue as above.
Mill House and the Cottage both have an energy rating of F.
Our representative will be at the property on Wednesdays and Fridays between 1.15pm and 2.00pm, commencing on Friday 27th May and ending on Friday 24th June.