Nestled in an idyllic English village, this beautiful modern home has been remodelled by the current owner to create a series of light-filled, sociable living spaces spanning 2,010 sq ft. It can be found set back from a quiet village lane within the Broadlands national park, within easy reach of Norwich, and the east coast.
The entrance opens to a stair hall. This is a fantastically bright space, care of roof lights on the landing which filter light down the stairwell.
The open-plan kitchen and dining room combine to create a wonderful sociable space, accessed from both the entrance hall and the utility room. The kitchen has excellent amounts of storage in the pale modern grey cabinetry, which houses all requisite appliances, and a generous work area.
A pared-back approach defines the interior spaces, which have white walls and well-placed fenestration that aids the flow of natural light. The muted tones are perfectly suited to the neutral decoration and furnishings the current owners have employed, but would work equally well as a backdrop for splashes of colour and are extremely versatile in terms of future decorative potential.
A dual aspect living room is the perfect place to relax and read, while large glazed French doors open to the garden beyond. The study, which lies off the entrance hall, is a versatile space; currently used as a home office, it would work equally well as a guest bedroom.
The main bedroom, also accessed from the entrance hall, has its own French doors which lead onto the garden patio, and an immaculately detailed ensuite shower room.
A carpeted staircase rises to the bright first-floor landing where three further bedrooms can be found. Each is an exercise in quiet and calm and has beautiful views of the garden and village beyond. The family bathroom is fully tiled, with a modern fitted suite. A large velux window over the wash basin ensures natural light abounds.
The garden is largely laid to lawn with a wonderful enclosed paved patio, and footpaths. At its limit, beyond a rustic timber fence, is arable land extending as far as the eye can see.
On the large front forecourt, there is room to park several cars and access to rear garden.
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.
Heating: Oil Fired Central Heating
Council Tax: Band C (£1,747)
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.