A detached house in a premier South Norfolk village set in grounds of about 0.6 acre (subject to survey). The property is believed to date back to 1660 or thereabouts with a more recent Georgian section being built at the front in the early 19th Century. The accommodation is arranged on two floors with four bedrooms and a particular feature is the vinery at the side of the house which could easily be incorporated into the property, subject to a careful scheme of improvement and renovation. There is a garage/annexe at the side of the property and the grounds are more than adequate for a property of this size and type.
The garden area is divided into two portions with the front garden and larger rear garden and there is a great deal of privacy with a number of specimen trees as well.
The garage area has space for at least one vehicle with loft over and the annexe has existing accommodation arranged on a single floor, including entrance hall, kitchenette, back hall, bathroom and bedroom.
Properties of this size and type come up rarely in Brooke and this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a period property in need of re-arrangement and improvement but located in a first class area.
Brooke is situated about 7 miles south of the city of Norwich in the county of Norfolk and conveniently situated for access to the city. There are a wide range of amenities in the
area, including local shops, post office and garage in the village along with pubs. Access to Poringland is good, where there are further facilities.
Proceed out of Norwich on the B1332 Bungay Road and continue through Poringland. On entering Brooke, turn right at the crossroads and continue along the road, past the village school. The property will be seen on the right hand side of the road immediately after the farm shop on the left.
Our representative will be at the property on Wednesdays and Fridays between 12.00 noon and 1.00pm, commencing on Friday 16th February and ending on Friday 16th March.