'Muted colours create a palpable sense of peace and thoughtfully connect the interior spaces'
This beautifully renovated three-bedroom house is on Potters Drive, a quiet residential street in Hopton-On-Sea, renowned for its proximity to the open countryside, the coast and excellent schooling.
Extending to circa 1,000 sq ft internally, the house includes an extended and modern kitchen dining space with a beautifully maintained private garden to the rear. The current owners have skilfully added modern interventions in a thoughtful colour palette to create a series of charismatic spaces.
The primary entrance is set under a covered porchway, leading to entrance hall an axial point for the interconnected rooms at ground level and the first floor. Positioned at the back of the house is an impressive open-plan kitchen and dining room, arranged in a free-flowing layout, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors leading to the garden. Materials have been carefully considered, with grey-hued oak surfaces, steel lighting and all the requisite appliances tucked neatly behind bespoke cabinetry.
Sunshine floods through during the day; in the warmer months, the dining space can be opened out onto the patio and gardens. Engineered oak floorboards run underfoot and at the opposite side of this room, a large island and breakfast bar provides the space to entertain. The adjacent living room is full of warm touches, and is the perfect space to relax in the evening.
Upstairs is the main bedroom, positioned at the front of the plan to enjoy a wonderful westerly evening light. There are two further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a playroom, and a family bathroom which is enveloped in grey tiles with fitted cabinetry, and a digital bath with stored preference for all of the family allowing one touch convenience.
The outside space has been landscaped with seating areas, decking and planters bursting with grasses, clipped buxus and bay trees. There are no direct neighbours at the back, and so feels wonderfully secluded. The house is set back from the road providing a generous driveway, there is additional parking/storage in the attached garage.
The village of Hopton, is a peaceful traditional farming & fishing village in the county of Norfolk. Boats are still launched nearby and fishermen still cast lines from the beach during the Autumn season, as described in W. G. Sebald's 'The Rings of Saturn'.
The closest major town is Great Yarmouth, renowned for its wide sandy beaches, fish and chips, piers and its charming seaside attractions.
Approximately thirteen miles north, just beyond Great Yarmouth, are The Broads, a sprawling national park known for its waterways, exotic wildlife & picturesque landscape,
There are many good schools nearby, including the charming Hopton Church of England Primary Academy and Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' Ormiston Venture Academy as well as Cliff Park, and Lynn Grove secondary schools.
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 vendor.