A 4/5 bedroom detached period house with a large garage/workshop and 1/3 acre gardens (sts) close to the village centre. No onward chain.DESCRIPTION
Apple Tree Cottage is a spacious detached period cottage situated in a delightful tucked away location close to the village centre and bordering the village green. The property stands in attractive gardens and grounds amounting to just over 1/3 acre (subject to survey), with a large workshop/garage and Planning Permission for a further detached garage to the north.
There is a wealth of period features including beamed ceilings, latch doors, exposed floorboards, fireplaces and 2 multi fuel cast iron stoves. The flexible ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall, kitchen which is open plan to a light and airy breakfast room, spacious sitting room, snug, snug/music room, bedroom 5 and a bathroom. Upstairs, there is a landing, master bedroom with dressing room/study off (offering scope for conversion into an en suite bathroom), 3 further bedrooms and a cloakroom.
Apple Tree Cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain.SITUATION
Briston forms part of the village of Melton Constable with its primary school and both villages are set in this popular part of the North Norfolk countryside, with a regular bus service providing access to Holt, Norwich, Fakenham and King's Lynn. Within the village of Briston there is a Post Office and food stores, butchers, bakers and a community centre.
The pretty Georgian town of Holt is approximately 3 miles away and offers a further range of facilities including a primary school and the renowned Gresham’s public schools. The North Norfolk coast is nearby with Blakeney and Sheringham within easy distance. The Cathedral City of Norwich, and regional centre of East Anglia, is approximately 20 miles away with its rail service to London Liverpool Street.
A partly glazed door leads into the entrance hall with ceramic tiled floor and doors leading to the sitting room and dining room.
6.57m x 5.74m (21' 7" x 18' 10")
Spacious room with an impressive fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove on a raised brick and pamment tiled hearth with bressumer beam over. Staircase to first floor landing, exposed beams, 2 radiators, recessed ceiling lights and TV point. Double aspect windows to the front and rear and a stable door with a glazed panel leading out to the rear garden.
3.99m x 2.60m (13' 1" x 8' 6")
Exposed brick fireplace housing a multi fuel cast iron stove on a raised pamment tiled hearth, storage cupboard to side, exposed beams and ceramic tiled floor. Opening to:
5.26m x 2.30m (17' 3" x 7' 7")
Light and airy room with 2 windows to the side and a glazed door leading out to the garden, polycarbonate roof, room for a dining table and chairs and a sofa, ceramic tiled floor and partly timber panelled walls. 2 openings to:
5.26m x 2.41m (17' 3" x 7' 11")
Cream base unit with a laminate worktop incorporating a white ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap, cream faced drawer unit with wood block worktop and cupboard to the side, space and plumbing for dishwasher and fridge freezer space. Rayburn and a further LPG range cooker with ceramic tiled splashback, recessed ceiling lights and double aspect windows to the rear and side.
3.89m x 3.69m (12' 9" x 12' 1")
Currently used as a music room. Open fireplace with exposed brick reveals, pamment tiled hearth and oak bressumer beam, old pine fitted cupboard, exposed beams, ceramic tiled floor, radiator and window overlooking the front garden.
3.14m x 2.60m (10' 4" x 8' 6")
Ceramic tiled floor, radiator and loft hatch. Window to the side and French doors leading out to the side garden.
3.87m x 3.18m (12' 8" x 10' 5")
Currently used as a hobby room. Radiator and double aspect windows to the front and side.
Ceramic tiled floor, door to the garage and a partly glazed stable door leading out to the rear garden. Door to:
GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM
4.12m x 2.40m (13' 6" x 7' 10")
Spacious bathroom with a timber panelled bath, large walk-in shower with electric shower and shower curtain, marble circular wash hand basin set on a tiled worktop with storage space under, WC. Timber panelling to lower walls, radiator, chrome towel radiator, timber panelled ceiling, ceramic tiled floor and electric convector heater. 2 windows to the rear.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Exposed floorboards, skylight.
4.05m x 3.87m (13' 3" x 12' 8")
Exposed brick chimney breast with hanging rails to both sides, exposed floorboards and exposed beams. Loft hatch, radiator, window to the front and a door leading into:
3.89m x 2.50m (12' 9" x 8' 2")
Offering scope for conversion into an en suite bathroom. Exposed floorboards, exposed beams, radiator, cupboard housing the hot water tank and 2 skylights.
3.77m x 3.23m (12' 4" x 10' 7")
Radiator, exposed beams and window to the front.
2.64m x 2.61m (8' 8" x 8' 7")
Exposed floorboards, radiator and window to the rear.
2.29m x 2.04m (7' 6" x 6' 8")
Radiator and window to the front.
Wash basin with tiled splashback, WC, exposed floorboards and window to the landing.
Apple Tree Cottage is approached across the village green which leads to the front of the property through double wrought iron gates. A gravelled driveway with lawns leads to the existing garage/workshop with hedged and fenced boundaries, perimeter borders and a further 5 bar gate to the village green. Planning Permission was granted by North Norfolk District Council under reference PF/18/2317 for the construction of a detached brick and flint garage to the north with a brickweave driveway and a new access off Mill Road. This area is mainly grassed with a pedestrian walkway onto Mill Road, lawn, hedged boundaries, 2 garden sheds, external oil-fired central heating boiler and space for the storage of refuse bins etc.
The main gardens are to the west and comprise a lawn with fenced boundaries, perimeter borders, timber garden shed and outside tap. In all the gardens and grounds amount to just over 1/3 acre (subject to survey).
7.36m x 5.76m (24' 2" x 18' 11")
Large garage/workshop with power and light, double doors and 2 windows to the front.
Mains water, mains drainage and mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band E.LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone[use Contact Agent Button].
Council Tax Band E.