A superbly extended 3 bedroom ex-local authority house with 1st floor sitting room, west facing garden and spectacular coastal views. No chain
Sandpiper House is a rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented ex-local authority family house situated in what is arguably north Norfolk's most desirable village. The property has been completely remodelled and extended by the current owner to create flexible 2 storey accommodation including a first floor sitting room which makes the most of far reaching views to Burnham Overy windmill and Barrow Common across beautiful countryside to the sea.
To the ground floor, there is a spacious entrance hall with room for a desk and chair etc, kitchen/diner with separate utility, dining room/snug, a double bedroom and shower room. Upstairs, there is an impressive sitting room, 2 further double bedrooms and a stylish well equipped bathroom. The property has painted double glazed hardwood windows and doors, oil-fired central heating and natural oak internal doors and window sills.
Outside, there is a delightful front garden planted for all year round colour and interest. The pretty west facing rear garden has a small outbuilding and backs onto countryside.
Please note that there is a restrictive covenant on this property, which states that it may only be sold to a purchaser who has been resident in and/or worked in Norfolk for the 3 years prior to purchase. Please ask Belton Duffey for more information.
Sandpiper House is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
A nature lover's dream and gardener's delight, the property occupies an elevated position a short walk from the beautiful natural harbour, historic boat house and The Hero, a celebrated pub/restaurant. In summer, the marshes are purple with sea lavender along the walk to the golden sandy beach. Burnham Overy Staithe was once a working seaport and is now a magnet for walkers, birdwatchers, sailors and visitors to the area.
It is deservedly an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty encompassing the nearby Burnham Overy windmill, watermill and Scolt Head island accessed by locals wading across at low tide or taking the ferry. The whole stretch of coast from Thornham to Wells-next-the-Sea and beyond offers every amenity including local shops, delis, high quality hotels, eateries, chandleries and upmarket gift and clothing shopping in Burnham Market.
A partly glazed oak door with traditional canopy over leads from the front of the property into the spacious t-shaped entrance hall. Room for freestanding furniture, desk and chair etc, space for coat hooks, staircase to first floor landing with understairs storage cupboard, radiator.
3.36m x 4.98m (11' x 16' 4")
Range of oak base and wall units with laminate worktops and matching upstands incorporating a stainless steel sink. Integrated double oven, electric hob with extractor over and integrated fridge. Porcelain tiled floor, radiator, shelved recess (which could house a freestanding fridge freezer), window to the side and French doors with glazed side panels leading out to the rear garden.
Glazed oak door leading into:
3.68m x 3.08m (12' 1" x 10' 1") at widest points.
Flexible room currently used as a dining room but could instead be used as a snug. Radiator and window overlooking the rear garden.
2.20m x 2.19m (7' 3" x 7' 2")
Laminate worktop with spaces and plumbing under for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer, Worcester Greenstar oil-fired central heating boiler, vinyl flooring, radiator, glazed oak door to the entrance hall and 2 windows to the front.
Ground floor bedroom 2
3.79m x 3.08m (12' 5" x 10' 1") at widest points.
Radiator and window to the front.
Ground floor shower room
1.55m x 2.14m (5' 1" x 7')
Shower cubicle with a mixer shower, traditional style pedestal wash basin and WC. Shaver point and light, radiator, vinyl flooring and window to the front.
First floor landing
Galleried landing with a window to the side on the half landing, loft hatch with drop down ladder.
3.23m x 4.27m (10' 7" x 14')
Radiator and window to the front with uninterrupted views over playing fields towards the harbour.
3.42m x 2.97m (11' 3" x 9' 9")
Radiator and window to the rear with views to Burnham Overy windmill, the marshes and the sea.
First floor sitting room
4.38m x 5.14m (14' 4" x 16' 10")
Impressive room with 2 windows to the west with fine views over countryside towards Burnham Overy windmill, the estuary and the sea. 2 radiators and glazed oak door to the landing.
2.23m x 3.84m (7' 4" x 12' 7") at widest points.
Traditional suite comprising a bath with electric shower over and curtain, pedestal wash basin, bidet and WC. Shaver point and light, radiator, chrome towel radiator, extractor, tiled floor, shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, window to the front overlooking playing fields.
Sandpiper House is set back from the road behind a beautifully planted cottage style front garden with birch and mulberry trees, enclosed with traditional metal country fencing and approached through an ornamental metal gate opening onto a natural stone pathway to the front entrance door. Unrestricted on street parking is available on New Road and there are garages to rent close by.
The pathway continues to the side of the house where there is space for refuse bin storage etc, outside tap and a high pedestrian gate opening into the west facing rear garden giving superb views of the setting sun. The home benefits from a Victorian style veranda with a glass roof opening out from the kitchen/diner. Beyond, there is a lawn, apple trees, clematis covered arbour, well stocked shrub and flower beds, specimen trees, screened oil tank, hedged boundaries and a Victorian style cedar greenhouse (available by separate negotiation).
2.43m x 2.43m (8' x 8')
Useful sectional concrete outbuilding with an entrance door and window to the side.
Mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. Oil-fired central heating to radiators.
EPC Rating Band C.
Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, King's Court, Chapel Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1EX. Telephone .
Council Tax Band C.