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Burgh Common, Attleborough, NR17

4 bedrooms, £795,000

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Handsome four bedroom farmhouse with a range of outbuildings in picturesque grounds of 1.38 acres (STMS)

DESCRIPTION Burgh Farmhouse is a charming and most attractive family home listed Grade II as a property of architectural and historic interest, believed to date back to 1603 with later 2011 additions, and enjoys a range of wonderful outbuildings within the grounds, whilst being tucked away in a peaceful rural position with fine views over south facing gardens and unspoilt countryside.

The Main house is constructed of clay lump with rendered elevations under pitched pantile roofs married with the newer addition to the South, with the whole enjoying beautiful period details throughout, which include two inglenook fireplaces, wall…

Handsome four bedroom farmhouse with a range of outbuildings in picturesque grounds of 1.38 acres (STMS)

DESCRIPTION Burgh Farmhouse is a charming and most attractive family home listed Grade II as a property of architectural and historic interest, believed to date back to 1603 with later 2011 additions, and enjoys a range of wonderful outbuildings within the grounds, whilst being tucked away in a peaceful rural position with fine views over south facing gardens and unspoilt countryside.

The Main house is constructed of clay lump with rendered elevations under pitched pantile roofs married with the newer addition to the South, with the whole enjoying beautiful period details throughout, which include two inglenook fireplaces, wall and ceiling exposed beams, and pamment tiles.

The property is approached via a spacious main entrance hall to the front. There are three principal reception rooms with the drawing room and sitting room enjoying inglenook fireplaces which include a log burner to the sitting room. The house flows particularly well with access out to the charming gardens from the dining room with the kitchen overlooking the grounds to the front. Modern, yet sympathetic improvements were made to the kitchen which boasts a lovely range of integrated appliances. Further useful rooms include a separate entrance hall, cloakroom, study, utility room and back staircase.

The bedroom accommodation is located off two impressive landings with the principal bedroom and guest bedroom accessed to the South and South west and enjoy magnificent views over the grounds and open countryside. A four-piece suite family bathroom services these two bedrooms perfectly. The back staircase provides access to bedrooms three and four and a large shower room. In addition, useful storage is apparent throughout the first floor. We draw your attention to the floorplan for a full explanation as to how the accommodation is arranged.

Outside - Burgh Farmhouse is approached via sweeping shingled driveway which flows past mature hedging into a courtyard with extensive parking and a large garage block which comprises a two bay car port and two garages with oak doors. A separate detached brick garage/store is positioned to the North.

The house and associated outbuildings enjoy complete privacy from the road, the gardens, and grounds act as a major feature to the property with the whole approaching 1.38 acres (stms). A delightful pond and lawned gardens are pleasantly positioned to the front and flow beautifully to the South facing rear garden with the terrace in view. A particular feature to the grounds is the beautiful walled lawned garden married with well stocked beds and a vegetable garden.

In addition, at the side of the property there is a clay lump rendered barn, probably dating from 1603, with a pitched pantile roof and solar panels. This barn is suitable for a number of purposes and is currently used as a store but could easily be converted for ancillary purposes subject to the necessary planning consent being forthcoming.

Services: Private drainage, mains water, mains electricity, oil fired central heating.

LOCATION Burgh Common is situated to the south-east of Attleborough which is a popular market town just off the A11 trunk road. Attleborough offers a range of excellent local shopping facilities in the town and easy access to the main A11 trunk road linking the property with Norwich and Thetford. This is an opportunity to live tucked away in a rural position yet within easy reach of communication routes.

DIRECTIONS Leave Norwich via the A11 Newmarket Road, continuing past Wymondham and on towards Attleborough. Leave the A11 on the slip road signposted to Attleborough and at the end of the slip road turn left at the T-junction towards the town. Follow the road round to the left and keep left into Station Road. Proceed over the railway crossing and continue through the S-bends and then take the first turning on the left. Follow the road along and the property will be found on the right-hand side, signposted Burgh Farmhouse.

AGENT'S NOTES: (1)The photographs shown in this brochure have been taken with a camera using a wide angle lens and therefore interested parties are advised to check the room measurements prior to arranging a viewing.

(2)Intending buyers will be asked to produce original Identity Documentation and Proof of Address before solicitors are instructed.

VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents' Norwich Office. Tel: 01603 629871

These particulars were prepared in April 2021. Ref. 034216

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