Charming former Railway Gatehouse amongst picturesque countryside, the property benefits from solar energy and private well.
This house, located outside of the Broadland village of Martham close to the coast, is a 1920s former railway gatehouse renovated by the current owners to offer charming living accommodation. It sits in a generous and secluded garden plot which boasts of splendid and uninterrupted countryside views in all directions.
The ground floor has two entrances. The rear door opens into a lobby / utility area providing access to the family bathroom and WC, a further door leads to an open plan kitchen / breakfast room. The kitchen features modern cabinetry with ample space for dininig. The adjacent living area is a light-filled space which has a characterful inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, there are twin doors to the sun lounge with access to the cottage style gardens beyond.
Also at ground floor level and accessed off the rear lobby / utility is a family bathroom and additional WC, both featuring high quality sanitary ware.
A carpeted staircase leads to the first floor sleeping accommodation. Two double bedrooms are situated off a central landing; both rooms have charming views over open countryside, and ample storage within the eaves.
To the front of the house there is parking for numerous vehicles as well as large garage / workshop.
The gardens surround the property and offer generous lawns with shrub and trees to the boundaries providing privacy and shelter. There is a timber cabin, and generous storage shed.
The property has solar panels generating electricity for heating and hot water, surplus energy is sold to the grid. Water is provided via the properties private well, and there is a private septic tank - all of which allow the owners to be relatively self-sufficient.
Please view the floor plan for room dimensions and layout.
The house is well-placed within a sought-after part of Norfolk's East coast. Favoured for its outstanding scenery, good schools and beautiful coast, the area is rural in character but also close to the city of Norwich.
Martham is an historical and traditional village bordering on the Norfolk Broads National Park. It has a thriving community located North of Great Yarmouth, the coastline is 3 miles distant offering both tranquil and beautiful scenery. The Old Blackcurrant Farm is set on the edge of the village green and there is an impressive development of nine converted barns. Martham offers a range of shops, services and local facilities within a strong and vibrant community. There are also two schools and a public library. Access to both Norwich and Great Yarmouth is provided by the A47, London and motorways are accessed by the A12 from Great Yarmouth and the A11 from Norwich
Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only.
Larkes have not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings - prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendors.